Policy in Combating Terrorism Crimes

Iwan Sardi, Amiruddin Amiruddin, Lalu Parman

Abstract


Terrorism crimes will occur at any time where the target is unpredictable. Its actions cause fear to the public at large, take many lives, and cause property losses. It also has a very broad impact on the life of the nation and state. The research objective is to determine the legislative and applicative policies in combating terrorism crimes. This study uses secondary legal material in the form of official legal materials, books, research results in the form of reports, and opinions from legal experts. Research findings include: 1) legislative policy in combating terrorism crimes is to provide more responsive legal policies to the development of terrorism crimes that ensnare not only perpetrators who commit crimes directly but also investigate parties that collect, provide, or lend funds directly or indirectly with a view to using all or part of it to commit terrorism crimes, terrorist organizations, or terrorists, and 2) the applicative policies in combating terrorism crimes include 3 aspects, namely national preparedness, counter radicalization and deradicalization. This prevention aspect is strengthened by involving all stakeholders and all components of the nation to engage universally in combating terrorism. As a common enemy, cooperation is required to combat terrorism.


Keywords


Terrorism; Legislative; Organization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v6i4.991

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