POLICY FORMULATION MODEL BASED ON DELPHI ENGINEERING (Case Study of Bioterrorism in Law Number 5 Year 2018)

Arie Herumurti, V. Rudy Handoko, Achmad Sjafi'i


As time goes on, spreading terrorism does not only use violence or destruction on certain objects, but has changed its form based on the goal to be achieved. Bioterrorism is an example of the terrorism method by using the means of living things in carrying out their actions.Until now, the terrorism crime prevention law seems to be difficult to ensnare the perpetrators who commit crimes that lead to the actions of the Bioterror. The initial estimation of researcher is to lead to the definition of terrorism which is still cramp. This research uses Qualitative Descriptive Phenomenology Method Case Study.Based on the results of the study, the roots of the problems that occur in the policy formulation process which imply that the terrorism law has not been optimal are 1) inadequate human resources, 2) the involvement of weak network groups have not been optimal, and 3) retrieval using statistical methods.The conclusion of this study is to get optimal results therefore the policy formulation processes that need to be done are: human resource improvement, involvement of weak network groups in policy formulation, and the use of new methods namely Delphi techniques in the decision-making process at the executive level.

Keywords: terrorism, bioterrorism, policy formulation, Delphi.

DOI: 10.7176/PPAR/9-7-07

Publication date:July 31st 2019

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