Safety and Weapons Policy

What do I do if I find/lose something?
Any lost and found items should be collected at the Exhibition Service Center (ESC) or Security Office. ESC is located at the Foyer of Hall B, Jakarta Convention Center.

What if I get hurt?
If you are hurt or injured, try to find ICC staff or nearby security and we’ll get you the help that you need.

What if I’m harassed?
For information and details on reporting harassment, please visit out anti-harassment policy

Weapons and Bag Check
Please read this entire weapons policy before attending Indonesia Comic Con. Failure to follow this policy may result in your removal from the convention without refund. Indonesia Comic Con and Security Management will ensure a weapons and bag check before anyone can enter the convention. All weapons deemed unsafe will not be allowed into the event. Misuse of any prop weapon, such as swinging it in a public area or causing a hazard to attendees, will result in the weapon or prop being deemed unsafe and must be removed from the show floor. Indonesia Comic Con will not tolerate any weapon that could damage or cause serious bodily harms to another attendee or property in the convention.

The following items are forbidden at ICC:
  • Functional firearms (including air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns)
  • Electric current emitting devices (including tasers)
  • Acoustic or light emitting anti-personal devices
  • Laser pointers with an accessible emission limit of greater than 1mW
  • Realistic replica firearms (including reproduction, fake or toy guns that can be confused for functional firearms). In addition, gun barrel must be taped with orange ducktape
  • Functional projectile weapons (including blow guns, crossbows, long bows, silly string, slingshots, water balloons and water guns)
  • Sharpened metal-bladed weapons (including axes, daggers, hatches, knives, kunai, shuriken, swords, sword canes and switch blades)
  • Explosives (including firecrackers and fireworks)
  • Chemical weapons (including mace and pepper spray)
  • Blunt weapons (including brass knuckles, clubs, extendable batons and nunchaku)
  • Concealed weapons
  • Hard prop weapons (including props made of metal, fiberglass and glass)
  • Instruments that cause excessive noise levels like vuvuzelas, grenade whistles and grenade horns
  • Any prop weapons over 1 metre in length
Recommended materials for prop weapons are foam or cardboard only.

ICC staff have sole discretion in any matter that it believes may affect public safety or be important to protect the integrity of the event. The decisions are final and irrevocable.