Monday, December 31, 2012
police would increase cooperation with other law enforcement agencies such as the Attorney General and the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in combating corruption.
In 2012, still attached to the memory, the polemic between the National Police and the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). The second conflict is the law enforcement agency that conducted the investigation stems from the Commission on cases of alleged corruption in the procurement of SIM simulator Korlantas Police. September 2012, the Commission searched the Korlantas and set Korlantas former Chief Gen. Djoko Susilo as a suspect. The conflict continued with the withdrawal of a number of police investigators in the Commission.
Opening a new chapter in 2013, the Head of the Criminal Investigation Police Commissioner General Sutarman said police would increase cooperation with other law enforcement agencies such as the Attorney General and the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in combating corruption. According to him, corruption is an extraordinary crime that can not be handled by one party alone.
"The crime of corruption is an extraordinary crime that should be handled by increasing the outstanding cooperation, mutual support., And together all law enforcement officers," said Sutarman through short message to Kompas.com, Monday (12/31/2012) night.
Sutarman said, so far the police have to act decisively in cases of law enforcement corruption. However, corruption is still rampant. For that, he said, prevention is a critical step to break the chain of corruption.
"From the aspect of law enforcement are tough enough. Proven us for this action, but corruption is still going on, so in addition to law enforcement prevention should also inflamed by all the people of Indonesia," he said.
During the year 2012, 1171 cases of police handling of corruption. That number increased by 405 cases from the year 2011, up 52.8 percent. Meanwhile, cases of corruption that have been completed are handled as many as 626 cases. Then, the amount of loss to the state in the case of Rp 1.57 trillion. This number decreased from the previous year to Rp 2 trillion. State money has been restored in the year 2012 as much as Rp 258 billion.
Sutarman invites all levels of society to prevent and combat corruption. "Let us join hands to work together begins with our families, our environment to prevent and combat corruption in Indonesia beloved country," said Sutarman.