gustianiti, diah (2021) IMPLEMENTATION OF ASSIMILATION AND INTEGRATION PROGRAM DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC FOR INMATES IN INDONESIA. International Journal of Business, Economics and Law, 24 (2). pp. 125-131. ISSN 2289-1552

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ABSTRACT Article 2 of Law No. 12 of 1995 on Correctional Services states that the correctional system is organized in order for inmates aware of mistakes, improve, and do not repeat crimes that have been committed in connection with the current Covid-19 outbreak, The Government of Indonesia sets policies for assimilation and integration rights. The two programs are interconnected with each other, where assimilation is a way of fostering inmates, both in children and adults by releasing inmates by blending them into the community. While the integration program is a program given to inmates and children to be released on condition, in addition there is also leave for inmates when going free and leave with conditions for convicts of terrorism, narcotics, corruption, state security crimes, human rights, as well as organized crimes with foreign nationals in accordance with Government Regulation No. 99 of 2012 No. 99 of 2012. The problems in this study are how the implementation of assimilation and integration policies for inmates during the Covid-19 pandemic and how the impact of violations of the Assimilation and Integration Program for inmates during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research method used in this study uses empirical juridical research supplemented by literature studies. Empirical juridical research aims to analyze the problem by combining legal materials with primary data obtained in the field. The result of the discussion in the matter is an assimilation program implemented at home for adult inmates is provided that the prison term is less than 2/3 of the criminal period and for child inmates is given with the provision of 1/2 of the prison term. Both are counted until December 31, 2020 provided that the inmate is not undergoing subsidies and related to Government Regulation No. 99 of 2012. If during assimilation commit a new crime, they will face two legal consequences. First, according to the crimes they committed. Second, get additional punishment for serving a period of assimilation. The threat of prison in the form of isolation cells is also ready to be applied to inmates assimilation and interrogation.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Depositing User: DIAH GUSTI
Date Deposited: 25 May 2021 01:34
Last Modified: 25 May 2021 01:34

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