Salary of 3,650 Police of Anti-Corruption Densus Equals KPK Investigator

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, October 14 2017 - 17:30 IWST

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Police Chief Gen Pol Tito Karnavan said the salary received by the police assigned to the Anti-Corruption Special Detachment, is equivalent to the investigators of the Corruption Eradication Commission.

According to Tito in Jakarta on Friday (13/10/217), higher salaries for police officers in the Anti-Corruption Densus will not be interpreted as an injustice by members of the Police who are not incorporated in the Anti-Corruption Densus and will not interfere with the internal solidity of the Police.

According to him, the investigators who want to join the Anti-Corruption Densus must undergo a strict recruitment process so it is fairness if those who pass the selection get special rights in the form of equal salaries KPK investigators.

 "Its okay, the Assessment is the same as in the KPK so that the selected people are really people who have integrity and commitment to their duties." It is natural that those who graduate earn more than others, "said Tito at Police Headquarters in Jakarta, Friday.

The Anti-Corruption Densus plan will be filled by 3,650 police officers.

The budget needed for the formation of Anti-Corruption Disorder reached Rp2, 6 trillion. This densus will be based in complex of Polda Metro Jaya.

Polri targeted the Anti-Corruption Disorders formed at the end of 2017 so that at the beginning of 2018, Densus can start work.

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