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Anang Iskandar Wikipedia
Commissioner General Dr. Anang Iskandar, S.H., M.H. (born 15 January 1956 in Mojokerto, East-Java) is a senior ranking officer of the Indonesian National Police (POLRI). Iskandar is the head of the POLRI's Criminal Investigation Department (BARESKRIM).
Iskkandar was previously Director of the National Anti-Narcotics Agency (BNN), replacing Commissioner General Gories Mere, who retired in December 2012.
Iskandar was born in Mojokerto, East-Java, on 18 May 1958, to Suyitno Kamari Jaya, a Barber, and Raunah, a homemaker. Iskandar is Javanese.
Iskandar wrote that his father taught him barbering since he was in grade school, which developed into both a hobby and part-time job. Iskandar attended Taruna Nusa Harapan (TNH) high school in Mojokerto, where he also worked part-time as a barber near the campus and serviced customers who were mostly students of the school.
Iskandar also wrote of his early fondness for photography and painting which he learned through extra-curricular programs at school and which he still cites as his hobbies.
Following high school graduation, Iskandar applied to college with the intent of majoring in agriculture and eventually becoming a county official. He also applied to the Indonesian Armed Forces Academy (AKABRI). AKABRI offered Iskandar admission (ranking him 43 out of 203 applicants offered admission), which he accepted.
In 1982, Iskandar graduated from AKABRI and in the same year received his officer commission from POLRI.
Iskandar's first post was Bali, where he held several positions, including police chief for South-Denpasar, Kuta, and Sanur sectors, and Chief of Port Enforcement and Security (P3) at Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Following his Bali tour, Iskandar attended the POLRI Institute for Higher Learning (PTIK) in Jakarta, after which he was assigned for several years to posts in the Jakarta and Tangerang district, which included: Unit Chief of Investigation at Tangerang Police Resort; Chief of Police, Pancoran District; Unit Chief, Vice Control, Taman Sari District; and Junior Division Head of Career Planning, Staff Personnel Office of the Indonesian Armed Forces (ABRI) at its headquarters in Cilangkap, West-Java.
In 1997, Iskandar was sent to Indonesian National Police Staff & Leadership Training Academy (SESPIM), after which he was assigned as Directorate Secretary of Community Relations & Planning in Bengkulu. He was then assigned back to his former position at ABRI headquarters.
Iskandar was then given the command posts as Police Chief of Blitar and Kediri in East-Java. He was then assigned as Director of POLRI Training Academy, Bangsal—near his hometown of Mojokerto, then promoted to Director of Jakarta Metropolitan Police's (Polda Metro Jaya) Training Academy in Lido, West-Java.
In January 2006, Iskandar was assigned as Surabaya Police Chief, which he held for two and a half years. Following this, he was assigned to BNN as Executive Director of Prevention, and subsequently, Director of Advocacy, Deputy of Prevention, BNN, where he was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General
On 28 October 2011, Iskandar was appointed Jambi Chief of Police, which he held for eight months. On 2 July 2012, he was assigned as POLRI Director of Human Resources at its Jakarta Headquarters, then was appointed two months later as Commandant of the Indonesian National Police Academy (AKPOL).
On 11 December 2012, POLRI Chief Timur Pradopo officially appointed Iskandar as Director of BNN, which promoted him to the rank of Commissioner-General—the equivalent of a three-star Lieutenant General.
On 7 September 2015, POLRI reassigned Iskandar as Director of BARESKRIM, POLRI's Criminal Investigation Department (CID).Indonesian Armed Forces Training Academy (AKABRI), 1982.
Specialist Training Criminal Research & Investigation (DIKJURPA), 1983
Indonesian National Police Institute for Higher Learning (PTIK), 1987
Narcotics Investigation Training, 1989
Out Bound Leadership Training, 1993
Indonesian National Police Staff & Leadership Training Academy (SESPIM), 1997
Handgun Marksmanship Training, 1997
Indonesian National Police Police Resort Chief Training Program (SUSJAB), 1999
Criminal Investigation Training, 1999
Management Course, 2000
Indonesian National Police Senior Official Training Academy (SESPATI), 2005
ESQ Leadership Training, 2010
Intensive English Language Training, 32 Elementary Modules, 33 Intermediate Modules
State Elementary School (SD Negeri) No. 6, Mojokerto
State Junior High School (SMP Negeri) No. 2, Mojokerto
Senior High School (SMA) Taruna Nusa Harapan (TNH), Mojokerto
Bachelor of Law (S1), Pancasila University, Jakarta
Master of Law (S2), 17 August University, Semarang
Doctor of Law (S3), Trisakti University, Jakarta
Deputy Chief of Police, Denpasar Sector, Bali
Chief of Police, South-Denpasar Sector, Bali
Chief of Police, Kuta Sector, Bali
Chief, KP3, Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali
Student, National Police Institute for Higher Learning (PTIK)
Unit Chief, Criminal Research, Tangerang, Jakarta Metropolitan Police (POLDA METRO JAYA)
Chief of Police, Pancoran Sector, South-Jakarta
Unit Chief, Criminal Research, Criminal Investigation Division (CID), Jakarta Metropolitan Police (POLDA METRO JAYA)
Chief of Police, Taman Sari Sector, West-Jakarta
Junior Division Chief, Junior Division Head of Career Planning, Staff Directorate, Indonesian Armed Forces (ABRI)
Student, Indonesian National Police Staff & Leadership Training Academy
Secretarial Director, Community Development & Planning (BIMAS), Bengkulu Regional Command
Aide, Personnel Management, Indonesian Armed Forces (ABRI)
Chief of Police, Blitar, East-Java Regional Command
Chief of Police, Kediri, East-Java Regional Command
Principal, Police Government School, Mojokerto, East-Java.
Principal, Police Government School, Lido, Jakarta Metropolitan Sector.
Chief of Police, East-Jakarta
Indonesian National Police Senior Official Training Academy (SESPATI), Generation IX
Chief of Police, Surabaya, East-Java Regional Command
Director of Operations, Narcotics Prevention Division, National Narcotics Board (BNN)
Director of Advocacy, Deputy Narcotics Prevention Division, National Narcotics Board (BNN)
Chief of Police, Jambi
Chief of Human Resources Division, Indonesian National Police (POLRI)
Governor, Indonesian National Police Training Academy
Director, National Narcotics Board (BNN)
Director, Badan Reserse Kriminal (BARESKRIM)