The Indonesian National Police (Indonesian: Kepolisian Negara Republik Indonesia) is the official police force for Indonesia.
Who enforces the law in Indonesia?
The judiciary is independent and has the power to organise the judicature to enforce law and justice (Article 24(1), Constitution).
What is the head police called?
Chief of police/commissioner of police/superintendent/sheriff: The title commissioner of police is used mainly by large metropolitan departments, while chief of police is associated with small and medium-sized municipalities; both are typically appointed by a mayor or selected by the city council or commission.
What is the retirement age of Indonesian police?
(2) Maximum retired age for members of the State Police of the Republic of Indonesia shall be 58 (fifty eight) years old and for members that have special expertise and are required in performing functions of police shall keep working until reaching the age of 60 (sixty) years old.
Is crime high in Indonesia?
The top 5 regions (others are North Sulawesi, North Sumatra, Special Region of Papua, and Central Sulawesi) account for 27.34% of it. Indonesia’s total crime rate was estimated at 4,638 crimes per 100000 inhabitants in 2019.