President Jokowi Asks Police to Improve Community Trust

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, October 09 2017 - 22:30 IWST

Presiden Jokowi dan Kapolri Tito Karnavian berfoto bersama dalam acara yang digelar di AKPOL Semarang, Senin (9/10)
Presiden Jokowi dan Kapolri Tito Karnavian berfoto bersama dalam acara yang digelar di AKPOL Semarang, Senin (9/10)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Semarang - President Joko Widodo asked the Indonesian National Police to raise public confidence even though it has now reached the top four with a value of 78.

"Improve public services on the SIM, SKCK, STNK, prepare all with a simple and fast process," said President Jokowi at the Police Academy of Semarang, Central Java, Monday (9/10/2017)

President Jokowi expressed his delight that the "public trust" of the Police is currently in the top four with a value of 78.

"But I do not want that much, raise again to the top 80, go up and hopefully this public trust is maintained because it's expensive, it takes a long time to achieve it," he said.

He reminded that there is an existing public trust that is not damaged by one or two persons. "The speed of our service is so key to public confidence," he said.

The President also mentioned that political stability and security are maintained and with the current level of economic growth and if commodities start to rise, the global economy is normal, the calculations of the government itself, World Bank and OECD, in 2045 Indonesia will enter the era of Indonesia Gold.

"It is estimated revenue will reach 29,000 dollars per capita and will be the top four strongest economies in the world, after China, India, the United States and Indonesia," he said.

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