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Thursday, 12 May 2005
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This output involves the design, development and delivery of six streams of international law enforcement education and training programs. Trainees will be law enforcement agency practitioners including operational managers, middle-level and senior-level managers, and practitioners in specialised technical areas. The Centre’s programs will be aimed at achieving high international standards of training and technical content. Programs delivered at the Centre will enhance practical operational and investigative management skills and high-end investigations management and cross-jurisdiction liaison skills initially with a counter-terrorism focus. This will be based on sound law enforcement education, understanding, shared experience and multi-jurisdictional cooperation.


The Centre is currently in the process of advertising, interviewing and appointing trainers to draft and finalise the Australian Federal Police course curricula for the identified training streams to be delivered by the AFP. The initial education training streams will include:

Training design and development will be initially undertaken by the AFP. As the Centre becomes operational inputs from other sources of expertise in design and development of suitable training and education activities will be welcome. Training programs will be based on the following principles:

  • exchange of information and expertise;
  • international law enforcement education standards;
  • multi-jurisdictional experience and sharing;
  • supremacy of the law; and
  • where practicable, education and training should attract undergraduate and postgraduate learning credits for further law enforcement studies.

A variety of seminars and specialist workshops are also proposed and foreign donors will be sought to assist with the development and delivery of these initiatives. The seminars and workshops will cover specific transnational criminal activity in areas such as:

  • narcotics;
  • maritime crime;
  • people smuggling;
  • sexual servitude;
  • child sex tourism; and
  • cyber crime.

Regional trainers will be identified and partnered with Training Coordinators wherever possible. It is expected that graduates from courses will be identified and selected as future trainers at the Centre, where appropriate. This will build the capacity of local trainers to be able to deliver programs in the long-term. A learning orientation is highly relevant to this Centre, given the lack of precedence.

Some adjustments are likely to be made over time to ensure course delivery is and remains culturally and technically appropriate to the needs of trainees and their source agencies.

As the Centre develops a positive reputation in the region, it is likely to attract greater levels of support, thereby sustaining training programs in the longer-term. The Centre also plans to develop and sustain linkages with a recognised university or other tertiary educational training institution in Indonesia or the region.

The Centre will seek curriculum advisors from ASEAN countries with existing counter-terrorism centres in an effort to avoid duplication of effort. By seeking advisors from established education centres in Malaysia and Thailand on curriculum issues will assist the Centre in identifying relevant training needs, ensure consistent curriculum design and delivery, and improve cooperation, communication and capacity building throughout the region.

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