Anton Soedjarwo

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Police Lieutenant-General Anton Soedjarwo (Bandung, West Java, 21 September 1930 – Bandung, 18 April 1988) was a Chief of the Indonesian National Police from 4 December 1982 to 1986. His son, Rudy Soedjarwo, is a film director.

Life timeline[edit]

  • 1952 - graduated from high school in Magelang
  • 1954 - graduated from police academy in Sukabumi
  • 1954–1956 - Police Chief Inspector in Palopo
  • 1956 - aide Chief of Police Sukanto Tjokrodiatmodjo
  • 1956–1957 - Head of Traffic at Makassar
  • 1957–1958 - attache Foreign Relations Section of the Bureau of Police Headquarters Organizations
  • 1959–1961 - Force Commander on Mobile Brigade
  • 1960 - ranger training in Porong
  • 1961 - infantry training in the United States
  • 1962–1964 - Battalion Commander 1232/Pelopor on Mobile Brigade
  • 1962 - led the unit that went into New Guinea
  • 1964–1972 - Commander, Pioneer Regiment, Brimob
  • 1968 - Police attended the Staff College in Lembang
  • 1969 - graduate courses paratroopers in Sukasari
  • 1969–1972 - Tanjung Priok district police heads and Fish Market
  • 1972–1974 - Commander, Kores 102, Kodak 10 in Malang
  • 1974 - Commander, Komapta
  • 1974 - Commander, Regional Command Police (Kodak) 11 (West Kalimantan)
  • 1978 - Commander, Kodak 2 (North Sumatra)
  • 1978–1982 - Brigadier General (Pol.), then Major General (Pol.), Kodak 7 (Jakarta Raya)
  • 1982–1986 - Chief of Police

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Preceded by
Avaluddin Djamin
Chief of the Indonesian National Police
1982-1986
Succeeded by
Mochammad Sanoesi