Police Submits Dictus Corruption Budget Rp2, 6 Trillion
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, October 12 2017 - 21:30 IWST
National Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Polri filed a performance budget of the Special Detachment of Corruption Crimes worth Rp2.6 trillion and asked the House of Representatives Commission III to support the budget proposal as it is a requirement in the establishment of the special unit.
"The budget of the Tipikor Densus has been calculated, at the previous meeting has been submitted to think about one payroll to the members to be the same as the KPK," said National Police Chief Tito Karnavian in the Working Meeting of Commission III, at Gedung Nusantara III, Jakarta, Thursday (12 / 10/2017)
He said the National Police has also calculated the budget for investigation and investigation using the index system and ad cost system, which is a review conducted by KPK that can be applied Densus Tipikor.
Tito explained that the budget for personnel spending amounted to 3,560 personnel reached Rp786 billion, goods expenditure for investigation and investigation operations worth Rp359 billion.
"Then capital expenditure amounting to Rp1, 55 trillion, including making the system and office and the procurement of tools of investigation, investigation, supervision, therefore after the total reached Rp2, 6 trillion," he said.
In addition Tito explained that his side has done a number of steps such as forming a Densus structure and will be led by Police personnel with the rank of inspector general (irjen) or two stars.
He said there will be regional territorial chip task forces divided into three types, namely six taskforce for type A, 14 taskgas of type B, and 13 unitglass type C.
"The position of the chief of the Corruption Task Force under the Chief of Police, the total requirement of 3560 personnel, can be fulfilled from the existing personnel," he said.
Tito asked for support from the House of Representatives Commission III for the government to accelerate the process of forming a corruption densus including the possibility of sending a letter.
Then he also asks for support also later in the meeting with the Government for the fulfillment of the budget, infrastructure and most importantly direct coordination for the prosecutor in this case the Attorney General.
"We are actually preparing a one-roof place with the former Polda Metro Jaya, if not one roof at least from the Attorney General's Office to form a special team that does not go back and forth," he said.
He said one of the advantages of the KPK is because investigators and public prosecutors can coordinate directly without reducing the authority of the prosecutor in the handling of Corruption.
Therefore, Tito requested the assistance of Commission III in order to have an agreement between the Police and the Attorney General's Office of the Attorney General's Office in the Special Rapporteur.