Violating Neutrality, Police Members Threatened with Three Sanctions

Violating Neutrality, Police Members Threatened with Three Sanctions

Bali Police Chief Inspector General Pol. Ida Bagus Kade Putra Narendra. (BP/Special)

DENPASAR, – Bali Police Chief Inspector General Pol. Ida Bagus Kade Putra Narendra carried out a working visit to check security readiness for the 2024 Election at the Denpasar Police, Tuesday (21/11). In the work visit, the Putra Regional Police Chief reminded us to maintain neutrality and if we violate it, three sanctions will be applied, namely criminal, disciplinary and code of ethics.

Apart from that, it is hoped that there will be no conflict. The work visit was packaged in the form of a focus group discussion (FGD) and began with a presentation by the Denpasar Police Chief, Commissioner Pol. Dr. Bambang Yugo Pamungkas explained the regional security situation related to Asta Gatra, the geographic and demographic location of Denpasar City and the vulnerability of each stage of the election.

Apart from that, security preparations for the 2024 Election were also explained including TPS and DPT data, a list of permanent candidates for the Denpasar City DPRD, election logistics data that had arrived at the KPU warehouse and data on personnel involved as well as budget readiness.

In his direction, the Regional Police Chief conveyed the National Police’s vision mission for the future to make the 2024 Election a success. Regarding Chief of Police Bambang’s presentation regarding the potential for conflict and insecurity in the Denpasar area, Inspector General Putra hopes that conflict and insecurity will not happen again.

“How to find solutions or problem solving, for example from the National Police there is Bhabinkamtibmas, TNI there is Babinsa, local government there is Sipandu Beradat which can pre-emptively and preventively become a problem solving or cooling system. “That is one way we can maintain conducive security stability,” he said.

Currently, said this two-star general, there is a Banjar Police who are very close to the community and can also act as a cooling system to keep the situation conducive. The Regional Police Chief also reminded all National Police personnel at the Denpasar Police who commit violations that there are three sanctions that await them, namely criminal, disciplinary and code of ethics.

This sanction is applied if there are violations committed by members of the National Police during the 2023-2024 election period. The aim is to ensure that there are no violations and how the Police maintain neutrality during elections.

“Soon, November 28 2023, the campaign stage will begin. “How do we prevent polarization? There needs to be communication and coordination from the police to the community to respond to developing dynamics,” he said.

This regional police chief from Tabanan revealed that election security operations will not stop after the presidential and legislative elections are held. However, the democratic party continues with regional elections (Pilkada).

Therefore, operations continue to maintain the security and social security situation remains safe and smooth so that there are no disturbances in the area so that tourists will flee, the economy will not run smoothly and the people who will suffer losses will be the people. “I convey to all police chiefs and police chiefs how we can implement the cooling system so that the situation remains in the green (zone). “Even though it’s a little yellow, how can the yellow become green again, still in a safe and conducive condition,” stressed the general who graduated from the Police Academy in 1991. (State Paper/balipost)


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