On Tuesday, January 21, 2003, the Coordinating Minister for the People's Welfare, Jusuf Kalla, in his capacity as the Chairman of the Team for the Revitalization of National Tourism turned over the first installment of operational items worth an estimated Rp. 10 billion (approximately US$ 1.14 million) to the National Chief of Police, General Da'i Bachtiar.
The lion's share of the new equipment was earmarked for the Bali Police and received by on their behalf by Bali's Chief of Police Inspector General Budi Setyawan.
Included in Bali's list of badly needed equipment were 11 new patrol cars, one bomb squad truck, 100 motorcycles, 608 mountain bikes, 200 cell phones, 1,300 sets of patrolmen's attributes, 30 metal detectors, 6 metal detecting gateways, one call center, and one FM broadcast center.
A remaining 130 motorbikes were distributed to police stations across the country.
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