Inspector General of Police Heru Winarko Is Ready to Continue Buwas Strategy at BNN

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, March 01 2018 - 15:00 IWST

Kepala BNN Komjen Pol Budi Waseso (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)
Kepala BNN Komjen Pol Budi Waseso (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Police Inspector General Heru Winarko admitted to continuing a drug eradication strategy that has been implemented by his predecessor Budi Waseso as Head of the National Narcotics Agency (BNN).

"What is clear is that I will continue what is the policy of Mr. Budi Waseso, and certainly we will continue to improve as well How to prevent, eradicate, rehabilitate according to the law that becomes burden, duties and responsibilities of BNN can be done optimally," said Heru after inaugurated at the State Palace of Jakarta, Thursday (1/3/2018).

The President today inaugurated the Inspector General of Police Heru Winarko as the Head of BNN to replace Komjen Pol Budi Waseso who entered his retirement. Heru was previously Deputy for the Penal Commission since October 15, 2016.

"Of course, I hope all the help, the problem of drug eradication is not only the responsibility of BNN but all of us, all agencies and all Indonesian citizens that drugs are our enemy together," said Heru.

Heru explained it will also increase cooperation with other countries to combat drug trafficking.

"We will also cooperate with foreign parties, I try first in the region that our enemy's drugs are together, so they are not them, and we are we. No, we are together I hope also our neighboring countries in the region here can be together, “added Heru.

Although coming from law enforcement agencies that are not directly related to drugs, but Heru quite confident with his new task because it has been experienced as a detective to dismantle the circulation of drugs.

"I have been on the rescue for a lot of years in the field of drugs, the stages are also clear, there are complaints, investigations, investigations, I think that is standard in law enforcement, but also BNN and KPK are not much different, there is prevention, in KPK there is also prevention. Well here we will try a good, a good one in each we can share," said Heru. (Ant)

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