PERICLES Work Disseminated at the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation
Our thoughts are with the people of Indonesia and all others who suffered from the recent catastrophe in Lombok
There were engaging presentations from all participating countries (Indonesia, Australia, United Kingdom, Jordan, Philippines, Maldives, Singapore, and Malaysia), garnering interesting insights on the developments and approaches in the region. There was a particularly elucidative presentation from Hassan Hassan, the co-author of the book: ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror (2016).
The conference facilitated discussions and learning from each other’s experiences, perfectly fitting the JCLEC motto: ‘Learning and Understanding Through Shared Experience’.
The event was perfectly organised and concluded with a guided tour to Yogyakarta and the Borobudur Temple Compounds, one of the masterpieces among the Seven Wonders of the World.
Rob Out’s presentation also included the Dutch approach (Multi-Agency approaches such as the Safety House, the ONEonONE mentoring project, Returning Minors, Family Liaison Officer) and EU approaches like the Radicalisation Awareness Network and the EU H2020 project PERICLES (www.project-pericles.eu).
In this presentation the emphasis was on the Tools for Law Enforcement and more specifically on the multi-agency Vulnerability Assessment Tool.