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Indonesia: Unfinished Business: Police Accountability in Indonesia - Executive Summary

Indonesia: Unfinished Business: Police Accountability in Indonesia - Executive Summary

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This document is a summary of a report in which Amnesty International examines the extent to which the Indonesian government has failed to develop strong internal and external police accountability mechanisms. Strong mechanisms would help to prevent human rights violations by punishing perpetrators and providing reparations and assistance to victims through a free, fair and transparent process.
This document is a summary of a report in which Amnesty International examines the extent to which the Indonesian government has failed to develop strong internal and external police accountability mechanisms. Strong mechanisms would help to prevent human rights violations by punishing perpetrators and providing reparations and assistance to victims through a free, fair and transparent process.

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UNFINISHEDBUSINESS:POLICEACCOUNTABILITYIN INDONESIA
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 
 
Amnesty International is a global movement of 2.2 millionpeople in more than 150 countries and territories, whocampaign on human rights. Our vision is for every person toenjoy all the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights and other international human rightsinstruments. We research, campaign, advocate and mobilizeto end abuses of human rights. Amnesty International isindependent of any government, political ideology, economicinterest or religion. Our work is largely financed bycontributions from our membership and donations
Amnesty International PublicationsFirst published in 2009 byAmnesty International PublicationsInternational SecretariatPeter Benenson House1 Easton StreetLondon WC1X 0DWUnited Kingdomwww.amnesty.org
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Copyright Amnesty International Publications 2008Index: ASA 21/014/2009Original Language: EnglishPrinted by Amnesty International, International Secretariat, United KingdomAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any formor by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior permission of thepublishers.Cover photo: Amnesty International
 
 
CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.................................................................................................5
 
POLICE ABUSES.......................................................................................................5
 
HOLDING THE POLICE ACCOUNTABLE......................................................................7
 
RECOMMENDATIONS................................................................................................9
 

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