Law Enforcement of Fisheries Crimes Based on the Criminal Justice System

Sherly Adam


In an effort to prevent and eradicate Illegal Unreport Unregulated fisheries there are still obstacles faced by law enforcers including overlapping laws and regulations which lead to unclear which agencies are authorized to deal with fisheries issues Illegal Unreport Unregulated and facilities and infrastructure do not support supervision and law enforcement in the sea both from human resources and the technology used. For this reason, a model and strategy for law enforcement is needed that can be done in the prevention and eradication of Illegal Unreport Unregulated fisheries. This study aims to find out, analyze and find an ideal law enforcement model for the prevention and eradication of fisheries crime. The results of the study show that the ideal law enforcement model in the prevention and eradication of fisheries crime in the criminal justice system is coordination, cooperation, synchronization and transparency between the subsystems in the legal system, both legal substance (law), legal structure (law enforcement officers) and legal culture (mental attitude of law enforcement officers).

Keywords: criminal justice system, fisheries crime, law enforcement.

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/9-13-07

Publication date:July 31st 2019

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