– Jakarta. The Indonesian National Police (INP) collaborated with several ASEAN member states as it continues its effort to track down Corruption Eradication Commission’s (KPK) wanted persons, who have fled the country.

“We are working with our ASEAN counterparts to search for the suspects through a police-to-police cooperation scheme,” said Chief of INP General Listyo Sigit Prabowo at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta on Tuesday (7/2/23). 

The four-star general added that INP personnel were visiting those countries to help with the arrest of suspects or wanted persons who have fled the territory of Indonesia. 

KPK Chairman Firli Bahuri previously issued a list of 21 wanted persons, of which 17 persons have been arrested.

(my/hn/pr/um) | Indonesian National Police