Corruption and Its Handling Strategy in Indonesia

Dwi Antoro, I Nyoman Nurjaya, Ismail Navianto, Abdul Madjid


The law enforcement policy to eradicate corruption is one of the most important factors in the effort to achieve effective resolution of the problem of corruption that has spread to various sectors of life as a nation and state and occurs at various levels of the community to the village. The purpose of this research is to find out the meaning of corruption and investigation of corruption, law enforcement agencies authorized to investigate corruption and how to eradicate corruption in Indonesia. This research uses normative legal research methods with various approaches, including the legislative approach, historical approach and concept approach. This study uses analytical techniques with deductive logic that is processing legal materials deductively namely explaining the general and drawing it to a specific conclusion. The results showed that corruption is a special crime whose handling is extraordinary (extra ordinary). Law enforcement agencies authorized to investigate criminal acts of corruption include, the Republic of Indonesia Police Investigator, Investigating Prosecutors, and Corruption Eradication Commission Investigators. In the process of enforcing criminal acts of corruption, there are at least two important methods to be carried out namely prevention and enforcement methods (Tapping is an effective and effective strategy to trace the role of the perpetrators of corruption which will later be used as evidence in the trial).

Keywords: Corruption, Investigation, eradication of corruption, wiretapping.

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/92-25

Publication date: December 31st 2019

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