Taufiequrachman Ruki (Commissioner)

Taufiequrachman Ruki was born in Rangkasbitung, Banten, on 18 May 1946. He is an alumnus of the Police Academy (1971), graduated at the top among his peers, and the Police Staff College (PTIK). He received a bachelor degree in Law from the University of 17th August 1945 in Jakarta, in 1987. The husband of Atti Risaltri Suriagunawan started his career in the police way before that, in 1970.

He held a number of positions, namely Chief of Klari Subdistrict Police in Karawang (1974-1975), Head of Crime Subsection at Bandung Metropolitan Police (1975-1979), Head of Operation at Baturaja District Police (1979-1981), Head of Operation at Palembang Metropolitan Police (1981-1982), Deputy Chief of Lampung Selatan Police (1982-1984), Head of Detective Bureau of National Police Chief’s Operational Assistant (1984-1985), Staff Officer at the National Police Center for Operational Command and Control (1985-1986), Head of Operation at the National Police Secretariat of Deputy for Operation (1986-1987), Head of Planning at the National Police Secretariat of Deputy for Operation (1987-1988), Cianjur Police Chief (1989-1991), Tasikmalaya Police Chief (1991-1992), Secretary of Traffic Directorate at West Java Police (1992), and Malang Police Chief (1992-1997).

Ruki switched to political career, becoming legislator for House of Representatives and People’s Consultative Assembly in 1997-2001, serving several commissions, bodies and committees, including as member of bill drafting team at the House of Representatives.

Ruki received the prestigious state awards Satya Lencana Kesetiaan VIII, XIV, XXIV and Bintang Bhayangkara Narariya and Pratama.

Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas (Deputy Commissioner)

Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas was born in Bandung, West Java, on 5 September 1949. He received his bachelor degree in Accounting from the University of Padjadjaran’s Economic Faculty in 1978. Before joining KPK, Eri had a long career in state-owned enterprises, started as head of accounting for state housing company Perum Perumnas (1979-1982). Other SOEs that he had worked for included coalminer PT Tambang Batubara Bukit Asam, as director (1982-1991); tin miner PT Timah Tbk, as financial director (1991-1994); and CEO (1994-2002); PT Bursa Efek Jakarta stock exchange, as commissioner (1996-1998) and president commissioner (1998-2001); and cement producer PT Semen Cibinong Tbk (2002-2003).

Erry had also worked for a number of private companies, such as communication company PT Agrakom (2000-2003), consumer product retailer PT Unilever Indonesia (2001-2003), PT Kabelindo Murni Tbk (2002-2003) and PT Kaltim Prima Coal (2003).

For his dedication and achievements in developing mining industry in Indonesia, Erry was awarded with Satya Lencana Pembangunan in 1996 and Bintang Jasa Utama in 1997 by the President. He also received Bung Hatta Anticorruption Award in 2003 for Business Category.

Tumpak Hatorangan Panggabean (Deputy Commissioner)


The former commissioner of KPK during the first period in 2003-2007 was born in Sanggau, West Kalimantan, on 29 July 1943. He completed his law education at the University of Tanjungpura, Pontianak, and went on to have a career in the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) starting 1973.

He held a number of positions at the AGO: Head of Pangkalan Bun Prosecutors Office (1991-1993), Intelligence Assistant of Central Sulawesi High Prosecutors Office (1993-1994), Head of Dili Prosecutors Office (1994-1995), Head of Ideological and Political Security Sub-directorate at Junior Attorney’s Office on Intelligence (1996-1997), Intelligence Assistant at Jakarta High Prosecutors Office (1997-1998), Deputy Head of Maluku High Prosecutors Office (1998-1999), Head of Maluku High Prosecutors Office (1999-2000), Head of South Sulawesi High Prosecutors Office (2000-2001), and Secretary of Junior Attorney for Special Crime (2001-2003).

A hard working figure, Tumpak received prestigious awards Satya Lencana Karua Satya XX in 1997 and Satya Lencana Karya Satya XXX in 2003. He was nominated by the Attorney General to serve at the Corruption Eradication Commission in 2003.

 Amien Sunaryadi (Deputy Commissioner) 


Before serving at KPK, Amien Sunaryadi, who was born in Malang on 23 Janauary 1960, led the sub-directorate on development special monitoring under the deputy for special monitoring at the Development Finance Comptroller (BPKP).

Previously, he worked as manager of Dispute Analysis and Investigations at PT PricewaterhouseCoopers FAS (2000-2003) and senior manager at the same division and company (2003). He was also the program director at Good Governance Analysis Institute (LPGG) in 1999-2004.

Amien graduated from diploma programs on Accounting from State Accounting College (STAN) in Jakarta in 1988. He obtained a Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA) at College of Business Administration’s School of Accountancy at Georgia State University in Atlanta, the United States. In 1996, he was a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), a certificate given by the Information System Audit and Control Foundation, also in the United States.

In 1998, Amien took a one-month training on corruption and anticorruption measure held by the National Center for Development Studies (NCDS) at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. The program focused on in-depth analysis on corruption and the concepts to eradicate corruption on a wide scale.

Sjahruddin Rasul (Deputy Commissioner)


Before joining KPK, Sjahruddin Rasul was the Deputy on Monitoring at Accountability Division of the Development Finance Comptroller (BPKP) (2001-2003). Born in Padang on 17 August 1943, Sjahruddin started his career as auditor at Directorate General on State Financial Monitoring (1967-1972). He went on to become the head of the Directorate General’s office in Manado, North Sulawesi, within 1972-1976. In 1976-1983, he led the Sub-Directorate on State Revenue and Cash Monitoring.

Within 1983-1984, the graduate of Law Faculty at the University of Padjadjaran in 1996 served as Director of Monitoring of State and Regional Budget, followed by Director of Tax Implementation Monitoring (1994-1996) and Deputy on State and Regional Revenue Monitoring (1996-2001).

Throughout his career, Sjahruddin participated in numerous training, seminar and workshop, including Interregional Seminar on Corruption in Government in the Netherlands (1989); Eight-Nation Congress on The Prevention of Crime and The Treatment Offender in Havana, Cuba (1990); 7th International Symposium of Victimology in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1991; Fifth International Anticorruption Conference in Amsterdam, 1992; and International Anticorruption Conference in Cancun, Mexico in 1993.