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Cablegate: Department Clearance for Indonesia Leahy Vetting Request -

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TO AMEMBASSY JAKARTA IMMEDIATE 0000
INFO DEPT OF JUSTICE WASHINGTON DC PRIORITY

UNCLAS STATE 119632

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PHUM MARR KCRM PINR PREL SNAR ID
SUBJECT: DEPARTMENT CLEARANCE FOR INDONESIA LEAHY VETTING REQUEST -
ICITAP-30-2008

REF: JAKARTA 2011

1. (SBU) The Department of State reviewed its files and finds that,
to date, it possesses no credible information of gross violations of
human rights for the individuals identified below. These individuals
are candidates for participation in the INL-DOJ/ICITAP Provincial
Criminal Investigation Training of the Trafficking in Persons Program
scheduled from December 15, 2008 through December 14, 2009. The
approximate U.S. funding for this training is $25,000.

2. (U) Candidates:

PURWADI ARIANTO, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY DIRECTOR CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, METROPOLITAN JAKARTA PROVINCIAL POLICE,
JAKARTA, JAVA, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 02 OCTOBER
1966, JAKARTA, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

MOHAMAD JUPRI, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DIRECTOR CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, RIAU ISLANDS PROVINCIAL POLICE, PEKAN BARU,
SUMATRA, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 20 DECEMBER 1962,
CIREBON, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

SULISTIONO, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY DIRECTOR CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, RIAU ISLANDS PROVINCIAL POLICE, PEKAN BARU,
SUMATRA, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 06 SEPTEMBER 1967,
TEGAL, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

LUKY ARLIANSYAH, ADJUNCT SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY DIRECTOR
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, RIAU PROVINCIAL POLICE, TANJUNG
PINANG, BATAM, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 20 DECEMBER
1962, CIREBON, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

ALEXANDER MARTEN MANDALIKA, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY
DIRECTOR CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, RIAU PROVINCIAL POLICE,
TANJUNG PINANG, BATAM, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 14
MARCH 1962, WATAMPONE, SULAWESI, INDONESIA; MALE

ARI DONO SUKMANTO, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DIRECTOR CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, RIAU PROVINCIAL POLICE, TANJUNG PINANG,
BATAM, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 23 DECEMBER 1961,
BOGOR, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

NURULLAH, ADJUNCT SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, STAFF OFFICER,
DIRECTORATE I, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, WEST JAVA PROVINCIAL
POLICE, BANDUNG, JAVA, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 20
DECEMBER 1967, CIREBON, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

RAFLI, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DIRECTOR, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS
DIVISION, WEST KALIMANTAN PROVINCIAL POLICE, PONTIANAK, KALIMANTAN,
INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 01 JANUARY 1961, PARIAMAN,
SUMATRA, INDONESIA; MALE

HENDI HANDONO, ADJUNCT SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY DIRECTOR,
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, WEST KALIMANTAN PROVINCIAL POLICE,
PONTIANAK, KALIMANTAN, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 02
JUNE 1963, YOGYAKARTA, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

ARIEF WICAKSONO SUDIUTOMO, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DIRECTOR,
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, EAST KALIMANTAN PROVINCIAL POLICE,
BALIKPAPAN, KALIMANTAN, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 15
MARCH 1960, SEMARANG, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

WAHYU TRIWIDODO, ADJUNCT SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY DIRECTOR,
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, EAST KALIMANTAN
PROVINCIAL POLICE, BALIKPAPAN, KALIMANTAN, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE
(INP); DPOB: 24 FEBRUARY 1963, YOGYAKARTA, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

WAWAN IRAWAN, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DIRECTOR, CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, NORTH SUMATRA PROVINCIAL POLICE, MEDAN,
SUMATRA, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 06 JULY 1963,
BANDUNG, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

EDY SUPRIADI, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, EAST JAVA PROVINCIAL POLICE, SURABAYA, JAVA,
INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 01 AUGUST 1962, BEKASI, JAVA,
INDONESIA; MALE

DARMAWAN SUTAWIJAYA, ADJUNCT SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY
DIRECTOR, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, NORTH SUMATRA PROVINCIAL
POLICE, MEDAN, SUMATRA, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 18
JULY 1962, TASIKMALAYA, JAVA, INDONESIA; MALE

CARLOS BRIX TEWU, SENIOR POLICE COMMISSIONER, DIRECTOR CRIMINAL
INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION, METROPOLITAN JAKARTA PROVINCIAL POLICE,
JAKARTA, JAVA, INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE (INP); DPOB: 13 SEPTEMBER
1962, TONDANO, SULAWESI, INDONESIA; MALE

3. (U) To authorized parties: Embassy verifies that the Department of
State possesses no credible information of gross violations of human
rights by the individuals listed above, as of this date. Post may
cite this cable in response.

4. (U) If, in the future, post becomes aware of possible human rights
violations by the individuals listed above, post should inform the
Department and not proceed with training.

5. (U) POC for this action is Jameson DeBose:
-Email: DeBoseJL@state.gov
-Phone: 202-647-2989
RICE

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