Chief of Police Commit Appreciate Video Uploader Pungli

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, August 20 2017 - 21:20 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - National Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian ordered South Kalimantan Police Chief Brigadier General Police Rachmat Mulyana to reward drivers who upload police videos involving illegal levies (pungli).

"If the incident is true then the uploader will not be given justice reward (reward) for reporting Polri members who betrayed the institution," said Tito through a written statement in Jakarta on Saturday (19/08/2017)

Tito asserted bribery will provide legal consequences to the recipient or the giver but if it happens according to the fact then the police personnel who will be processed the law.

Furthermore, Tito declares unlawful extortion video uploader may be subject to Electronic Transaction Information (ITE) law.

Related to the allegation of illegal levies by members of the Police in the jurisdiction of South Kalimantan Police, Tito instructed the Head of the Division of Profession and Security of Police and the Chief of Police to lower the team to follow up the report.

Meanwhile, South Kalimantan Police Chief Brig. Gen. Police Rachmat Mulyana justify members of the Central Hulu Sungai Police station who served in South Labuan Polsek Aiptu MM and Bripka DB were involved in illegal fees.

Previously, a circulating video spread through social media that aired a traffic policeman asking for money to a driver.

As a result of the video, a number of citizens or "netizens" responded negatively so the South Kalimantan Police Chief ordered the team to examine the members of the Police.

"After the investigation it turns out that the event is true, now the person is being investigated and will be processed by the law," said Rachmat.

The plan, South Kalimantan Police Chief handed the award to the driver who uploaded the action video on Monday (21/08/2017)

Kapolda also wanted to straighten out opinions and viral in social media stating that the police wanted to arrest and make Cecep as a suspect. "I want to straighten and affirm, that I want to thank her for her courage so I know how my members are performing in the field," the Kapolda said.

Kapolda added, the persons who have been paid illegally are handled by Propam Field of South Kalimantan Regional Police and will conduct disciplinary and KKE sessions. "I will act firmly brave personnel who play games and harming the community," said Police Chief Brigadier General Rachmat Mulyana.

The South Kalimantan Police Chief also appealed to the public who found the behavior of members of South Kalimantan Regional Police who did not comply with the Tupoksi (duties and functions) of the Police to record and report it to Bid Propam each unit.

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