Susno Duadji (born 1 July 1954 in Pagar Alam, South Sumatra) was the head of Indonesian National Police's Crime Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) until his resignation on 5 November 2009. He had got promoted to his last position on October 2008 after serving as Chief of Police in West Java Province for less than a year. He has a rank of Police Commissioner General (Komjen Pol.) - equivalent Lieutenant General in the military. His experiences include Chief of Police in Malang, in Madiun, both are in East Java Province, as well as Chief of Police in North Maluku.
In the recent days, Mr. Duadji became the headlines in the Indonesian National media due to his allegedly "involvement" in several high caliber corruption cases investigated by Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). Once applauded for his anti corruption stance during his tenure as West Java Police Chief, he became increasingly hostile to the Commission. He was allegedly undermined anti corruption effort in Indonesia. In one occasion he met with Mr. Anggoro Widjojo in Singapore, while Mr. Widjojo was still wanted by Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) for his involvement in a corruption case. This accusation has sparked rivalry between Indonesian National Police and Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission, that led to arrest of two leaders of the Commission. This arrest in turn has touched emotion among Indonesian people due to their concern about weakening corruption fight in Indonesia. Most Indonesians view Corruption Eradication Commission more credible than Indonesian National Police as well as Indonesian Attorney General Office in fighting corruption through several high caliber cases, including the sentencing of Aulia Pohan, in-law of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.