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Digging PPNS Data, Central Java Crime Directorate and Ministry of Law and Human Rights Team Coordinates with Vertical Agencies and OPD

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Digging PPNS Data, Central Java Crime Directorate and Ministry of Law and Human Rights Team Coordinates with Vertical Agencies and OPD

Central Java Regional Office 08 March 2024 Views: 44

SEMARANG – In collaboration with the Criminal Directorate of the Directorate General of General Legal Administration (Ditjen AHU), the Central Java Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights conducted administrative guidance for Civil Servant Investigators (PPNS) in several vertical agencies and Regional Apparatus Organizations in Semarang, Friday (08 /03).

Then on Friday, March 8 2024, the Team coordinated with the Head of the Regional Legal Product Enforcement Division at the Tubayanu Civil Service Police Unit, AP., M.Sc. The team obtained data and information regarding the distribution of PPNS enforcing regional regulations from provinces to districts/cities, the number of PPNS who are no longer active in carrying out technical investigative tasks, and obstacles in enforcing regional regulations and developing PPNS competencies.

In its implementation, the Directorate General of AHU Team and the Regional Office coordinated with the Central Java I Regional Office of the Directorate General of Taxes.

Their arrival there was welcomed by the Head of the Preliminary Evidence and Investigation Section at the Regional Office of the Directorate General of Taxes for Central Java I Dwi Hermawan Wicaksono and the Head of Investigation Section I at the Law Enforcement Directorate of the Directorate General of Taxes Teguh Widodo.

As a result of coordination, the Directorate General of AHU Team and Regional Offices obtained data and information regarding the condition of PPNS within the Directorate General of Taxes and the Central Java I Regional Office of the Directorate General of Taxes, problems in enforcing the Tax Law, and plans to propose education and training for PPNS Candidates of the Directorate General of Taxes.

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Nur Hikmah as Chair of the PPNS Working Team asked each Ministry/Agency PIC to immediately report PPNS who are inactive due to death, quitting, or no longer technically carrying out the function of enforcing Laws/Regulations to the Criminal Directorate via the PPNS application so that the Ministry of Law and HAM can issue a Temporary Dismissal Decree.

“If a civil servant is transferred to the field of investigative duties, the Ministry/Agency is welcome to submit a request for reappointment to us,” explained Nur Hikmah

Apart from that, Nur Hikmah also reminded every PPNS to actively extend the validity period of their Identification Cards so as not to hamper the ongoing investigation process.

At the end of the meeting, both vertical agencies and vertical organizations visited stated that they were ready to update data to provide data on PPNS which are still active and which are no longer active, so that the Government can more accurately assess the effectiveness of law/regional enforcement.

On the previous day, the Directorate General of AHU Team and the Regional Office first coordinated with the Center for Drug and Food Control in Semarang.

The coordination activity began with remarks from the Head of the POM Center in Semarang Lintang Purba Jaya via Zoom Meeting.

Furthermore, the PPNS Working Team received an explanation from the Enforcement Coordinator regarding the condition of PPNS at the POM Center in Semarang and the obstacles they have been facing in the context of enforcing the Law.

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