National Police Chief Dislodges Two Related Police Generals Djoko Tjandra

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Jakarta, CNN Indonesia –

National Police Chief Idham Azis | removing Head of the International Relations Division Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte and NCB Secretary of Interpol Indonesia Brigadier General Nugroho Slamet Wibowo. They allegedly violated the code of ethics related to the arrival of fugitive Bank Bali cases Djoko Tjandra in Indonesia.

“Violation of the code of conduct is mutated,” Inspector General Argo Yuwono, Head of the Public Relations Division of the National Police when confirmed, Friday (7/17).

The removal of the two high-ranking officers was contained in a telegram letter (STR) number ST / 2076 / VII / KEP / 2020 signed by the National Police Human Resources (HR) System Inspector General Sutrisno Yudi Hermawan on behalf of the National Police Chief dated July 17, 2020.


In the telegram, Napoleon was transferred as the Principal Policy Analyst of the Polri’s General Supervision. Napoleon was replaced by NTT Deputy Chief of Police Brigadier General Johanis Asadoma.

While Nugroho was transferred as the Main Policy Analyst in the National Police Education and Training Center. Nugroho’s position was replaced by Brigadier General Amur Chandra Juli Buana who previously served as Kadiklatsusjatrans of the National Police Education and Training Center.

Still in the same letter, Deputy Director of the Criminal Acts of the Criminal Investigation Commissioner Andian Rian R. Djajadi was appointed as the Head of the Police Bareskrim Coordination and Oversight Bureau replacing Brigadier General Prasetijo Utomo.

Prasetijo was first removed because it was proven to have made a travel permit for Djoko Tjandra to travel from Jakarta to Pontianak at the end of June 2020.

Previously, Indonesia Police Watch (IPW) suspected that two institutions within the police force had helped fugitive Bank Bali fugitive Djoko Tjandra. The two institutions are Bareskrim and NCB Interpol Indonesia International Relations Division at the National Police Headquarters.

(Mjo / from)

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