Annual Reports of the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation
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I request the Annual Reports for the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation for the years since it was established in 2004 until 2006.
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Our Ref: CRM 2018/75
Good afternoon Mr Hirsch,
Your Freedom of Information Request
I refer to your application emailed 31 July 2017, in which you seek access
to documents under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the Act) as
“I request the Annual Reports for the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement
Cooperation for the years since it was established in 2004 until 2006.”
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