Sri Kusriyah Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah
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KEBIJAKAN PEMERINTAH DAERAH DALAM PEMBERDAYAAN PEREMPUAN DI KABUPATEN DEMAK Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah
Jurnal Pembaharuan Hukum Vol 4, No 1 (2017): Jurnal Pembaharuan Hukum
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The general explanation of Law No. 23 of 2014 on Regional Government explains that thegranting of the broadest autonomy to the regions is directed to accelerate the realization of thewelfare of the community through the improvement of services, empowerment, and communityparticipation. This research is related to community empowerment, especially local government policyin women empowerment. The method used in normative juridical research is by reviewing variouslaws related to women empowerment, especially the policy of local government of Demak regency,and to examine the programs conducted by the government Regions through the Office of Women’sEmpowerment. To analyze the research results used qualitative analysis by giving interpretationof local government policy related to empowering woman to answer problem in this research. Theresults showed that the policy of Demak Regency Government in the empowerment of women is:a) Empowerment of women entered in one of the Head of District Mission in 2011-2016, BupatiRegulation No. 07 of 2012 on General Guidelines Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in DemakDistrict, 401/0057/2016 on Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting SKPD.b) Work programsimplemented by KP2PA include: 1) improvement of women’s quality of life and child protection, 2)institutional strengthening of gender mainstreaming, 3) harmony of policies to improve the qualityof children and women,4) enhancement of participation and gender equality in development
Implementation Of Restorative Justice Approach In Legal Protection Against Lightweight Crime By The Children Wicaksono, Rizky Adiyanzah; Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah
Jurnal Daulat Hukum Vol 1, No 4 (2018): December 2018
Publisher : Magister of Law, Faculty of Law, Sultan Agung Islamic University

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Children who were doing mischief that led to the crime, should be against the law to account for his actions. Currently, prevention and control delinquency that resulted in minor criminal offenses is done through the implementation of the juvenile justice system to a restorative justice approach. The concept of restorative justice becomes a very important consideration in resolving criminal cases committed by children. The Supreme Court has issued a Supreme Court Regulation (Perma) No. 2 of 2012 on the Limitation Adjustment light crime and the amount of penalties in the Criminal Code, which essentially stipulates that the value limit losses in tipiring (Lightweight Crime) case is a maximum of 2.5 million, and against the threat case maximum criminal penalty of three months imprisonment or fine, as well as in the settlement tipiring must promote Restorative Justice. Child settlement, which is directed to resolving informally or out of court, with the involvement of all parties involved in the criminal act has occurred. Minor criminal offenses committed by children under the Act No. 11 of 2012 carried through the diversion mechanism by way of mediation or deliberation.Keywords: Restorative Justice; Lightweight Crime; Children.
Awareness on Constitutional Rights of Citizens and Form of Protection of Constitutional Rights of Citizens in Indonesia Prihandono, Tafta Aji; Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah; Widayati, Widayati
Jurnal Daulat Hukum Vol 1, No 4 (2018): December 2018
Publisher : Magister of Law, Faculty of Law, Sultan Agung Islamic University

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In the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia of 1945 Article 1 (3) explicitly states that Indonesia is a State of Law. One element that is owned by the state law is the fulfillment of basic human rights as expressed by Friedrich Julius Stahl. Efforts to achieve a constitution that can follow the progress and will meet the basic human rights, the constitution must have a dynamic aspect and were able to capture the phenomenon of historical change, so as to make it as a constitution that is always alive. Only problem is the performance of the Government as the executor of the constitution (executive, legislative and judicial) still do not provide justice and satisfaction for those seeking justice, therefore the necessary awareness of constitutional rights of citizens in Indonesia. Efforts to protect the constitutional rights of Indonesian citizens can be done through the court and non-court lines, and can also via maximize the role of the Constitutional Court to extend its authority. The expansion of the authority of the Constitutional Court may be to accommodate Constitutional Complaint and Constitutional Question.Keywords: Awareness; Constitutional Rights; Form of Protection.
Deradicalisation Crime Of Terrorism Actors By Police (Case Study In Police Jurisdiction Of Semarang) Gani Setiana, Bagus; Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah
Jurnal Daulat Hukum Vol 2, No 1 (2019): March 2019
Publisher : Magister of Law, Faculty of Law, Sultan Agung Islamic University

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The paper titled "Deradicalisation Crime Of Terrorism Actors By Police", aims to identify and analyze the role of the National Police in the process of deradicalization of the criminal terrorism in Indonesia, the benefits of deradicalization, as well as the challenges and solutions faced by the National Police in the implementation of the deradicalization.This study uses the Juridical Sociological Approach, with descriptive analysis models, which use the type and source of primary data that is the result of interviews with police personnel and ex-terrorist, as well as secondary data source that literature on the various sub - laws that exist in Indonesia. Also in this study, the authors also used the descriptive method of analysis. That in the end all results were analyzed by using the theory of Aristotle and theory of Justice usefulness of Jeremy Bentham.Based on the research that has been analyzed, then it was concluded that the role of the National Police in deradicalizing the task is enormous, as evidenced by the reduction in the number of terrorism cases in Indonesia from year to year. In addition, the benefits of deradicalization can reduce the number of perpetrators of terrorism by changing the target ideology. But it is undeniable that the Police still face many obstacles, which in this study the authors provide some solutions to these obstacles.Keywords: Deradicalisation; Ideology; Police; Terrorism.
Constitution and Constitutionalism of Indonesia Praptini, Sri Praptini; Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah; Witasari, Aryani
Jurnal Daulat Hukum Vol 2, No 1 (2019): March 2019
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The term constitution comes from a constituer which means to form, that is , the whole of the rules both written and unwritten which regulate in a binding manner the way a government is held in a society. Constitutionalism in the strict sense is that the administration of the government which islimited by the Constitution, in a broad sense, is a set of political values and aspirations that reflect the desire to protect freedom by carrying out internal and external supervision of government power.There are differences and similarities in the four constitutional ions in Indonesia: a) Procedural aspects: only in the 1945 Constitution, as written and unwritten basic law, are flexible and rigid to adopt the supreme constitution, procedures for establishing and forming by the MPR, other written constitutions; RIS by the Constitutional Assembly, 1950 Constitution by the Constituent Assembly; RIS changes to the constitution with the Federal Law while the 1950 Constitution by the Assembly changes the Constitution; b) Substantial aspects, the form of the Unitary state existed in the 1945 Constitution before and after the changes and the 1945 Constitution, while the RIS of union states, all forms of republic government, recognition of human rights, the system of government of the 1945 Constitution before and after quasi presidential and presidential changes, while RIS and The 1950 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, the 1945 Constitution before the change of the highest sovereignty holders of the MPR, the RIS by the Government together with the DPR and the Senate, the 1950 Constitution by the Government and Parliament.Keywords: Constitution; Constitutionalism; Indonesian Constitution.
Implementation Of The Police Role In Doing Control And Law Enforcement Against Police In Area Community Organization Indramayu Associated With Act No. 17 In 2013 Jo. Act No. 16 2018 Sunardi, Sunardi; Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah
Jurnal Daulat Hukum Vol 1, No 2 (2018): June 2018
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In this study the issues to be discussed are: Implementation of the National Police's role in conducting oversight and enforcement of the law against Society. Any barriers faced by the police in doing supervision and enforcement of the law against Social Organization. Police made solutions in overcoming these obstacles above. The methodology used by researchers is the approach empirical juridical, as for sources and types of data in this study are primary data obtained from field studies withway direct communication with the respondent or informant (CJS), And secondary data obtained from the study of literature. Based on the results of research that: the application of the national police role Indramayu in conducting oversight and enforcement of the law against Social Organization that efforts emptive, ie policing effort in order to provide guidance to the public through the development activities of the community that runs from the function Unit Binmas, such as providing information to the public, placement Bhabinkamtibmas in every village one member the Police; Barriers faced is insufficient budget for operations; In the displacement of the secretariat of CBOs, CSOs are rarely reported to the Police Indramayu; Shortage of Human Resources in terms of the establishment of the superintendent; Solutions to overcome these obstaclesthat Bakesbangpol only as a facilitator who records a list of community organizations and in coordination with the central government, while the direct supervision of the CSOs do not have the authority expressly in supervision, coaching, and dissolution of CSOs. Keywords: Implementation; Monitoring; Enforcement; Community Organizations.
Revitalization Program Of The Market In Improving Infrastructure Development And Participation Of The Market Traders Kurniawan, Sufi Hamdani; Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah
Jurnal Daulat Hukum Vol 2, No 3 (2019): September 2019
Publisher : Magister of Law, Faculty of Law, Sultan Agung Islamic University

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Revitalization program aims to establish a public market in terms of both infrastructure or welfare of the traders in the market people. The method used in this study explorative inductive data collection techniques of observation, interviews and documentation. The data obtained by the guidelines as an informant interviews are officials and employees in the Department of Industry and Trade as well as traders in local markets. To help revitalize local markets to improve infrastructure and to be implemented properly in requiring the active participation of traders. With a good governance of each program can be run and supported by community participation.Keywords: Market Revitalization Program; Infrastructure Development; The Participation Of Traders.
Law Enforcement Process Analysis By Agencies Of Provos Indonesian National Police (Inp) On Discipline Violation In The Form Of Crime By Police Members (Case Study In National Police Headquarter) Setiyadi, Iwan; Kusriyah, Sri Kusriyah
Jurnal Daulat Hukum Vol 2, No 2 (2019): June 2019
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Law enforcement is one attempt to create order, security and peace in the community, whether it is a preventive and repressive effort. Order and security in society will be realized and maintained properly if all the components of society in a country can understand and comply with all the norms contained in the social life. Police as one of the law enforcement agencies in Indonesia is the spearhead for the achievement of the rule of law in Indonesia. With separated INP from the Indonesian Army (TNI) then sued professionalism of members of the police in the execution of their duties. The aims of this research are, to know Provos INP in the law enforcement of discipline to member of Indonesian National Police (INP) who did violation on Disciplinary Code in Government Regulation No. 2 of 2003 on Disciplinary Code to all member of police as the explanation from Article 27 paragraph (2) Act No. 2 of 2002 on Indonesian National Police. After declared PP No. 2 of 2003, Provos INP has given authority as auditor to all members of Indonesian National Police who did violation even though the violation is not criminal sanction and give the document to Authorities Agency (Ankum). And to know the factors which impacted the law violation by Indonesian National Police in disciplinary code which not be burden by Provos INP to do Disciplinary Law Enforcement. Keywords: Discipline Violation; Provost INP; Crime.