Transferable Movie Terrorists Can not Visit the Family

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, May 12 2018 - 21:30 IWST

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Napi Terorisme (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Cilacap - Prisoners of terrorism cases recently transferred from Mako Brimob Prison to a number of prisons on Nusakambangan Island, Cilacap, Central Java, have yet to be visited by families, said Sri Puguh Director General of Prisons Budi Utami.
"For the time being can not be visited, now it is in final assessment," he said at Wijayapura jetty, Cilacap, on Saturday afternoon after checking a number of prisons on Nusakambangan Island occupied by prisoners of terrorism relocation from Brimob Prison.
He said the transfer prisoners are currently deployed in three prisons of Nusakambangan Island, namely Batu Lapas, White Sand Mausoleum, and Iron Ore.
Of the three prisons, he said, Lapas Batu and Lapas Pasir Putih are "high risk" prisons.
Furthermore, Utami said that the assessment involving officers of Directorate General of Correctional of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and the Police of the Republic of Indonesia is intended to know the proper classification and will be followed up by the Division of Correctional Affairs of Kemenkumham Regional Office of Central Java Province along with the ranks in Nusakambangan.
"It should be assessed really, which is still ideology (radical ideology, ed.), Which has been cooperative, and which is almost finished serving the sentence because of short criminal verdict," he explained.
He said now, the information just came from the prisoner so that his party can not trust it and must be checked with documents owned by the Directorate General of Corrections.
After the assessment is completed, he said, will be done cell division but not yet the number of divisions in each prison.
According to him, the capacity in the three prisons is still sufficient, even in the Iron Prison is still very open because of its large capacity.
"One man, one cell (especially high-risk prisoners in high risk" prisons), while for the prison of iron for prisoners who have been cooperative, "he said.

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