UNODC organized a study visit of Justice Sector officials of Kyrgyzstan to Indonesia

5-9 December, Jakarta, Indonesia

UNODC - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) organized a study visit for high-level officials of the Kyrgyz Republic, including the Head of Situation Center, Minister of Justice, Deputy Minister of Labor, Social Support and Migration, Chair of Prison Service, Director and other officials from Probation Department to Republic of Indonesia to learn their experience on supervision of violent extremist and terrorist offenders.


During the mission delegation visited the National Anti-Terrorism Agency, where they discussed the role of the Agency in coordination of efforts of departments in support of the Ministry of Justice in rehabilitation and reintegration of persons convicted on violent extremism.

At the General Directorate of Corrections Institutions (DGC) and the Bureau of Probation and Parole Liberation of East North Jakarta, the delegates learned about the state policy towards convicts in violent extremism, including the role of other ministries and institutions in ensuring interdepartmental approach.


Within exchange visit the Minister of Justice of the Kyrgyz Republic met with representatives of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of Indonesia, Ministries of Religious Affairs, Social Affairs, and the National Police of Indonesia.

The parties discussed the overall outcomes, challenges and successes of the prison system in Indonesia, the social and religious situation in the counties and its impact on the prisoners’ rehabilitation and reintegration process.

They learned the implementation mechanism for mentoring terrorist offenders in East-North Jakarta Bapas and paid a visit to the Chipinang Prison where a tour was organized to the prison facilities, including the bloc with terrorist offenders.


The delegation learned how the processes and mechanisms for implementing security measures for managing terrorism related convicts in Cipinang Prison’s Class I of the Correctional Institution. They explored the Correctional Education system that was built in Indonesia as well as inspected several locations of educational facilities, infrastructure and facilities for cadets at Correctional Science Polytechnic Institution.

Exchange visit was a part of the “Post-release Supervision and Probation of Returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters and Violent Extremist Offenders” project implemented by UNODC and funded by the U.S State Department’s Bureau of Counterterrorism.


For more information, contact Vasilina Brazhko (Ms.)

Communication and PR Specialist at

UNODC Criminal Justice &PVE Programmes

in Central Asia

UNODC PO in the Kyrgyz Republic

+996775987817 WhatsApp or

e-mail: vasilina.brazhko [at]