Human Rights and Law Enforcement: The Use of Forced in Combating Terrorism
Imam Subandi (a*), Marthinus Hukom (b), Fayreizha Destika Putri (a)
a) Faculty of Law, Diponegoro University Semarang, Jalan Imam Bardjo Nomor 1, Pleburan Jawa Tengah, Indonesia
*pdih.undip[at]gmail.com; imam.subandi[at]jclec.com; fayreizhadp[at]gmail.com
b) Driyarkarya School of Philosophy, Central Jakarta, Komplek Cempaka Putih Indah Nomor 100A, Cempaka Putih Barat, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10520
This paper aims to discuss law enforcement efforts in combating terrorism but still in the context of respect for human rights by the Indonesian National Police. This paper uses a normative juridical approach, in which the primary material used is Law Number 5 Year 2018 Concerning Eradication of Terrorism, then also using secondary legal materials in this case is by interviewing one of the former perpetrators of terrorism and one of the officers police who have been or are accustomed to making forced efforts in the context of law enforcement. The study will focus on how to use lawful efforts and how the practice in the field relates to issues of forced effort and at the same time respect for human rights.
Keywords: Forced Efforts, Law Enforcement, Terrorism, Human Rights
Topic: Human Rights