The Indonesian National Police (Indonesian: Kepolisian Negara Republik Indonesia) is the official police force for Indonesia. It had formerly been a part of the Tentara Nasional Indonesia. The police were formally separated from the military in April 1999, a process which was formally completed in July 2000.With 150,000 personnel, the police form a much smaller portion of the population than in most nations. The total number of national and local police in 2006 was approximately 470,000.
The strength of the Indonesian National Police stood at approximately 285,000 in 2004. The national police force was formally separated as a branch of the armed forces and placed under the Office of the President in 1999. It also includes 12,000 marine police and an estimated 40,000 People’s Security (Kamra) trainees who serve as a police auxiliary and report for three weeks of basic training each year.
Polri is a centralised national bureaucracy. As a national agency it has a large central headquarters in Jakarta (Markas Besar Polri or Mabes Polri). The regional police organisation parallels exactly the hierarchy of the Indonesian civic administration, with provincial police commands (Polisi Daerah or Polda) to cover provinces, district commands (Polisi Resor or Polres) for districts, sub-district commands (Polsek) and community police officers or Polmas to service individual villages.
There are confusing terminological differences between some police commands. This derives from certain normative features of Indonesian governance. Indonesian political culture elevates the capital district (ibukota propinsi) of a province from other districts in the same province, though all have the same functional powers. Similarly, the capital province of the country (Jakarta), enjoys special normative status over other provinces – though in practice all have the same governmental responsibilities. The Indonesian police structure continues this by creating a special command for the province of Jakarta (Polda Metro Jaya), and special commands for capital city districts and cities (Polisi Kota Besar or Poltabes). Nevertheless, all of Indonesia’s police district commands (whether they are a Polres or Poltabes) and all the provincial commands (whether it is the flagship Polda Metro Jaya or one of the other Poldas) have the same powers and duties.
As an additional complication, super large provinces like East, West and Central Java have intermediary coordinating commands (Polisi Wilayah or Polwil) designed to enhance coordination between provincial commands and districts (to illustrate, Polda Jawa Barat in West Java has no less than 29 district commands – a major challenge for command and control). However Polri has a stated commitment to dismantle these Polwil in the near future. (Source: Wiki)
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Grand design of the national bureaucracy reform minister in the form of Regulation No.15/2008 on General Guidelines for Bureaucratic Reform, is a blueprint for reform until 2025. National bureaucratic reforms implemented in order to realize good governance (good governance). In other words, the reform of the bureaucracy is a strategic move to build the state apparatus to be more efficient and effective in carrying out public duties of government and national development. The key to successful reform of the bureaucracy that carried out by employees is that if the entire state apparatus capable of changing the mindset and cultural sets, including community participation.
Reforms related to the implementation of the National Police Headquarters, has proposed Police Reforms proposal document which includes five courses, including the flagship program through quick wins, quick response samapta namely the Police, the transparency of service license, vehicle registration and BPKB, transparency of the investigation service, and transparency of recruitment Police personnel. The program is the main product the Police who have a strong leverage (leverage key) and its benefits can be directly perceived by the public, and can be realized and the results can be measured.
One of the flagship programs, namely the transparency of the recruitment program members of the Police, had preceded the ministry and other government agencies in realizing the national goal of bureaucratic reform. It is, evidenced by achievements in realizing Police Police plan to recruit members through the principles of acceptance of clean, transparent, accountable and humanist, who pioneered since 2007. While the grand design of the new national bureaucratic reforms initiated in 2008. This means that the Police had been preceded in the realization of good governance (good governance).
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- Indonesian citizen.
- Faithful and devoted to God Almighty.
- Loyal to the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
- Physical and Spiritual Health (Certificate of Health Institutions).
- Never been sentenced for committing a crime (Certificate / SKCK from the local police station).
- Authoritative, honest, fair and of good character.
- Willing to be placed on the entire territory of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia, and are willing to be assigned to all areas of Principal Police duties.