Past History of Mohammad Fadil Imran, the new Jakarta Metro Police head
The command stick of Jakarta Metro Police has now switched to Inspector General Mohammad Fadil Imran after being promoted this afternoon.
The two-star general who is now the Head of the East Java Regional Police is believed to replace Inspector General Nana Sudjana, who was removed from office because he failed to enforce the COVID-19 health protocol.
The decision of the National Police Chief, General Idham Azis, to appoint Fadil Imran as Kapolda Metro Jaya is stated in the Head of Police’s Telegram Letter Number ST / 3222 / XI / Kep / 2020. The telegram letter was published today and signed by the Assistant to the Chief of Police for Human Resources, Inspector General Sutrisno Yudi Hermawan.
“Inspector General Pol Nana Sudjana, Kapolda Metro Jaya was appointed a new position as Korsahli Kapolri. Then Inspector General Mohammad Fadil Imran, Kapolda of East Java was appointed a new position as Kapolda Metro Jaya,” said the Head of Police Public Relations Division, Inspector General Argo Yuwono during a press conference at Police Headquarters, Jalan Trunojoyo, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta. Monday (16/11/2020).
Fadil Imran is an alumnus of the Police Academy (Akpol) Class of 1991. Fadil Imran’s background is in the field of investigation.
The following is the career trail of the new Kapolda Metro Jaya, Inspector General Fadil Imran:
- Director of Special Criminal Investigation of Polda Metro Jaya (2016)
- Deputy Director for Special Economic Crimes at Bareskrim Polri (2016)
- Director of Cyber Crime at the National Criminal Investigation Police (2017)
- Director of Certain Crimes, Bareskrim Polri (2018)
- Kapolri Expert Staff for Social and Cultural Affairs (2019)
- Head of East Java Police (2020).
The man who was born in Makassar, August 14, 1968, took part in capturing Hercules and his gang. At that time he served as the West Jakarta Metro Police Chief.
In 2013, Fadil Imran formed a Preman Hunting Team to eradicate thuggery that often occurs in the West Jakarta area. The Preman Hunting Team consists of 30 members of the West Jakarta Police Criminal Investigation Unit.
“This hunting team is equipped with revolvers, SS1 and Rugermini rifles. This team was formed to deal with big thugs, who used to extort land owners and buildings, and all other forms of thuggery crimes. Like a group of thugs like Hercules and John Kei for example. For roadside thugs, the local police can handle them,” said Fadil Imran at the West Jakarta Police, Thursday (18/7/2013).
Fadil Imran also revealed the Saracen syndicate and the Muslim Cyber Army (MCA) when he served as Director of Cyber Crime at the National Police Criminal Investigation Unit in 2018.
“From the prosecution efforts, we will analyze it to attack the ulama. From the clusters of East Java, West Java, Banten, it can be seen that the perpetrators are connected to one another. The perpetrators who are members of the MCA are also members of cluster X, Saracen,” said Fadil Imran at the Rupatama Police Headquarters building, Jl Trunojoyo, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, Monday (5/3/2018).
At that time, Fadil Imran said that the formation of opinions on the issue of attacking the ulama was carried out continuously in cyberspace through social media. In addition, the issue that continues to be raised is the question of the rise of the PKI.
The angry attitude of Fadil Imran and dismissing one of the police chiefs for sleeping at the Corona response meeting (COVID-19) also received the spotlight. At that time, Fadil Imran was only the Head of the East Java Police, in mid-May.