(Studi Kasus Di Polresta Surakarta)




The purpose of this research is to analyze the process of investigating
corruption crimes in Surakarta Police. Analyzing the obstacles experienced by
investigators in conducting investigations of corruption crimes in Surakarta
The method of approach in this writing is sociological juridical. The
specifications of this study use descriptive analysis. Data sources use primary data
and skunder data. Data collection techniques use interview studies and document
studies. To analyze the data, researchers use qualitative descriptive analysis
The role of the Police in investigating corruption crimes in Surakarta
Police is guided by the Kuhap also guided by a special law, namely the Law of the
Republic of Indonesia No. 31 of 1999 on Eradication of Criminal Acts of
Corruption as amended by the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 of
2001 on changes to Law No. 31 of 1999 on Eradication of Criminal Acts of
Corruption. Investigation of corruption crimes has been carried out several
actions, including in the form of summons, detention, confiscation, collection of
witness statements, which ended with the enactment of the news of the
investigation event. Based on the resume of case exposure in this study, it can be
seen that the investigation process conducted by the Surakarta Police has been
running in accordance with the procedures specified in the KUHAP. The process
of investigating the suspect included: information given to investigators without
pressure from anyone and in any form. Investigators note with the careful
accuracy of the suspect's information, if the suspect to be examined resides
outside the investigator's legal area who will conduct the examination, the
investigator concerned can charge the examination to the investigator who is
authorized in the area where the suspect lives. Or if the suspect is unable to attend
before the investigator, then the investigation can be carried out in the suspect's
place by way of the investigator who came to the suspect. The obstacles
experienced by investigators in investigating corruption in Surakarta Police are
divided into two (two), namely technically and non-technically. Technically, the
obstacles are fugitive suspects / entering the search list of people, witnesses not
domiciled, the calculation of auditors from the old BPK/BPKP, and witnesses are
subordinates of the suspect, so that the witness does not give his testimony
thoroughly or clearly. Non-technical obstacles are missing documents. Before the
suspect is examined or searched, usually the suspect will release documents that
have been long, so that this document can not be disclosed again.
Keywords: The Role of the Police, Investigation, Criminal Acts of Corruption.


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