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Accountability Law Enforcement

Accountable law enforcement can be interpreted as an implementation effort of law enforcement that is accountable to the community, state and nation concerning or relating to the rule of law in the legal system, law and justice for the benefit of society. Law enforcement also cannot be separated by the legal system itself. Moderate legal system means a part of the process / stages interdependent to be done or executed and obeyed by Law Enforcement and Society that led to the establishment of the rule of law.

If a person is arrested, the items seized in his power as something to do with the alleged crime, the legal process is not running even never finished, rampant violation of Code of Criminal Procedure, is some evidence of the lack of accountability of law enforcement in this country. Steps to building a legal system accountable to the future we can put forward include:

1). the need for improvement or updating and supplementing existing laws and existing legislation.

2) Improving the quality of human resources (HR) Law Enforcement in terms of both morality and intellect, not least because the current Law Enforcement did not know exactly which legal idealism being upheld.

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