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INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW STUDIES
ISSN : 25481568     EISSN : 25481576     DOI : -
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The Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies (IJCLS) is one of the scientific journals in the field of criminal law issued by the Criminal Law Department of the Faculty of Law, UNNES. IJCLS was first published in November 2016 to coincide with the 9th anniversary of the Faculty of Law UNNES, and since its first publication it has had ISSN both printed and online. In 2017, IJCLS continues to improve and make improvements both in terms of management systems and writing quality. The first time, IJCLS was published in Indonesian, and since the second issue, in May 2017, IJCLS has been published in English as a forward vision towards a reputable international journal. At present, IJCLS has established various collaborations, including the Association of Indonesian Law Journal Managers, Indonesian Criminal Law and Criminology Society, and various other associations. In 2018, IJCLS in collaboration with the Faculty of Law held various activities in the form of seminars and criminal law conferences. Until now, IJCLS has been indexed by several national and international indexing institutions.
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Juridical Review of Restorative Justice in the Juvenile Justice System through Diversion Putri, Claudia Carolina Indra
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (301.53 KB) | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18680

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Children are the most valuable assets, for families, communities and nations so that they need to be protected and noticed from negative influences especially in the current era of globalization. This is because children at the age of 12-18 years are still easily affected by negative factors outside themselves so that children fall into juvenile delinquency and even lead to criminal acts which are then called children who conflict with the law. Children who have committed a crime will inevitably bring into the criminal justice process which causes children to be harmed because it will create a negative stigma on children, discrimination, loss of children's rights and so on. For this reason, there is a need for other ways of solving child cases through the diversion stage with a restorative justice approach. The research method used is a normative juridical legal research method, the approach used in legal research is the statute approach. The results and discussion of diversion in the criminal justice system is the process of resolving child cases out of criminal justice. Diversion must be applied during the investigation / investigation phase, the prosecution stage, and the examination phase in the court. In Indonesia diversion embodied in Law No. 11 of 2012 concerning the Criminal Justice System of Children in the implementation of diversion is very suitable to be combined with a restorative justice approach which is the settlement of criminal cases involving the perpetrators, victims, families of perpetrators / victims, and other parties related parties to jointly seek a just solution by emphasizing recovery back to its original state, and not retaliation. 
Juridical Review of Restorative Justice in the Juvenile Justice System through Diversion Putri, Claudia Carolina Indra
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18680

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Children are the most valuable assets, for families, communities and nations so that they need to be protected and noticed from negative influences especially in the current era of globalization. This is because children at the age of 12-18 years are still easily affected by negative factors outside themselves so that children fall into juvenile delinquency and even lead to criminal acts which are then called children who conflict with the law. Children who have committed a crime will inevitably bring into the criminal justice process which causes children to be harmed because it will create a negative stigma on children, discrimination, loss of children's rights and so on. For this reason, there is a need for other ways of solving child cases through the diversion stage with a restorative justice approach. The research method used is a normative juridical legal research method, the approach used in legal research is the statute approach. The results and discussion of diversion in the criminal justice system is the process of resolving child cases out of criminal justice. Diversion must be applied during the investigation / investigation phase, the prosecution stage, and the examination phase in the court. In Indonesia diversion embodied in Law No. 11 of 2012 concerning the Criminal Justice System of Children in the implementation of diversion is very suitable to be combined with a restorative justice approach which is the settlement of criminal cases involving the perpetrators, victims, families of perpetrators / victims, and other parties related parties to jointly seek a just solution by emphasizing recovery back to its original state, and not retaliation. 
Analysis of Corruption Settlement for Obligor Deviations of Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) Hasbullah, Hasbullah
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
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The settlement of the BLBI Corruption Case was only focused on the mistakes of former IBRA Chairperson Syafruddin Arsyad Temenggung who issued paid settlement letter to Sjamsul Nursalim as a BLBI obligor which caused 4.58 trillion in financial losses, even though the SKL issuance contained legal slices of the state administration process and civil affairs. The corruption case of the former Chairperson of the IBRA has diverted us all to the main point of corruption errors in the BLBI distribution. Distribution of the Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance Facility (BLBI) with a total of 144.53 trillion, from the distribution recorded based on BPK-RI Audit No. 34 I / XII / 11/2006, there was a distribution deviation amounting to 138.44 trillion, but the BPK audit by law enforcement has never been carried out until now. Therefore the problem is focused on two main things, namely whether the settlement of the BLBI Corruption crime in the case of the IBRA chairman issuing SKL to Sjamsul Nursalim has resolved the BLBI corruption case and how the law enforcement policy in BLBI corruption settlement has cost the state 138,44 trillion . Using a normative juridical method that is qualitative in nature, the research results show that the settlement of BLBI corruption in the case of the IBRA chairman issuing SKL to Sjamsul Nursalim is not the case for BLBI irregularities and even in the legal doctrine of the case is not a corruption case due to a legal clash state administration and civil law. and there has been a transfer of corruption eradication in the case of BLBI distribution which has cost the country a total of 138.44 trillion, because law enforcers must enforce the law against alleged BLBI corruption with criminal mechanisms and if possible civilian efforts.
Analysis of Corruption Settlement for Obligor Deviations of Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance (BLBI) Hasbullah, Hasbullah
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18713

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The settlement of the BLBI Corruption Case was only focused on the mistakes of former IBRA Chairperson Syafruddin Arsyad Temenggung who issued paid settlement letter to Sjamsul Nursalim as a BLBI obligor which caused 4.58 trillion in financial losses, even though the SKL issuance contained legal slices of the state administration process and civil affairs. The corruption case of the former Chairperson of the IBRA has diverted us all to the main point of corruption errors in the BLBI distribution. Distribution of the Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance Facility (BLBI) with a total of 144.53 trillion, from the distribution recorded based on BPK-RI Audit No. 34 I / XII / 11/2006, there was a distribution deviation amounting to 138.44 trillion, but the BPK audit by law enforcement has never been carried out until now. Therefore the problem is focused on two main things, namely whether the settlement of the BLBI Corruption crime in the case of the IBRA chairman issuing SKL to Sjamsul Nursalim has resolved the BLBI corruption case and how the law enforcement policy in BLBI corruption settlement has cost the state 138,44 trillion . Using a normative juridical method that is qualitative in nature, the research results show that the settlement of BLBI corruption in the case of the IBRA chairman issuing SKL to Sjamsul Nursalim is not the case for BLBI irregularities and even in the legal doctrine of the case is not a corruption case due to a legal clash state administration and civil law. and there has been a transfer of corruption eradication in the case of BLBI distribution which has cost the country a total of 138.44 trillion, because law enforcers must enforce the law against alleged BLBI corruption with criminal mechanisms and if possible civilian efforts.
Analysis of The Probability of Money Laundering Crimes toward the Development of Crypto-currency Regulations in Indonesia Muttaqim, Muttaqim; Apriliani, Desi
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

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Cryptocurrency is done instantly, so it does not require a third party (the central bank as the holder of moneter policy). All transactions in the Cryptocurrency system will be collectively verified in a private network. Today Cryptocurrency transaction activities are prohibited in Indonesia in line with the issuance of Bank Indonesia Regulation number 18 of 2016 concerning the Implementation of Payment Transaction Processing. Taking into account that the clarity of the Cryptocurrency system is not very good and is still in the government assessment stage even though it is noted that the exchange rate of virtual currencies is very high, in 2017 the price of one Bitcoin is closed equivalent to 4,224 US dollars or around Rp. 56,000,000, with market capitalization (Marketcap) for 71.5 billion US dollars, equivalent to Rp. 954 trillion which makes investors choose to challenge inventories on Cryptocurrency or digital currency rather than investing in safe havens such as gold or bonds. This study will discuss how Cryptocurrency can provide potential money laundering criminal offenses in the form of digital transaction systems and how the regulations are developed. Given the legal conditions for proving money laundering crimes originating from criminal acts of corruption often find it difficult, especially against Cryptocurrency as a currency that is not recognized in Indonesia and the peer-to-peer nature that increasingly makes Cryptocurrency very private and difficult to trace.
Analysis of The Probability of Money Laundering Crimes toward the Development of Crypto-currency Regulations in Indonesia Muttaqim, Muttaqim; Apriliani, Desi
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18714

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Cryptocurrency is done instantly, so it does not require a third party (the central bank as the holder of moneter policy). All transactions in the Cryptocurrency system will be collectively verified in a private network. Today Cryptocurrency transaction activities are prohibited in Indonesia in line with the issuance of Bank Indonesia Regulation number 18 of 2016 concerning the Implementation of Payment Transaction Processing. Taking into account that the clarity of the Cryptocurrency system is not very good and is still in the government assessment stage even though it is noted that the exchange rate of virtual currencies is very high, in 2017 the price of one Bitcoin is closed equivalent to 4,224 US dollars or around Rp. 56,000,000, with market capitalization (Marketcap) for 71.5 billion US dollars, equivalent to Rp. 954 trillion which makes investors choose to challenge inventories on Cryptocurrency or digital currency rather than investing in safe havens such as gold or bonds. This study will discuss how Cryptocurrency can provide potential money laundering criminal offenses in the form of digital transaction systems and how the regulations are developed. Given the legal conditions for proving money laundering crimes originating from criminal acts of corruption often find it difficult, especially against Cryptocurrency as a currency that is not recognized in Indonesia and the peer-to-peer nature that increasingly makes Cryptocurrency very private and difficult to trace.
E-Retribution as an Effort to Break the Corruption Chain (Study of Market E-Retribution Implementation in Surakarta City) Kinasih, Wulan
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (277.751 KB) | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18740

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Retribution is one of the most important regional revenues. Managing levies manually has a large potential for fund leakage and transparency issues. This study aims to describe the implementation of e-levies in the traditional markets of Surakarta city as an effort to break the chain of corruption. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. The research was conducted at Klewer Market and Surakarta City trade service. The results of the study indicate that E-retribution can increase transparency, accountability and community participation in supervision so that corruption can be minimized.
E-Retribution as an Effort to Break the Corruption Chain (Study of Market E-Retribution Implementation in Surakarta City) Kinasih, Wulan
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18740

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Retribution is one of the most important regional revenues. Managing levies manually has a large potential for fund leakage and transparency issues. This study aims to describe the implementation of e-levies in the traditional markets of Surakarta city as an effort to break the chain of corruption. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. The research was conducted at Klewer Market and Surakarta City trade service. The results of the study indicate that E-retribution can increase transparency, accountability and community participation in supervision so that corruption can be minimized.
Measuring the Factor of the Criminal Action of Corruption (Case Study of Criminal Acts of Corruption in the Environment of Legislative Authority) Gunawan, Tri Agus; Hakim, Sholihatul
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (354.373 KB) | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18748

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With the spirit of reform, it gives extraordinary power and authority to legislative members in line with their duties and functions based on the mandate of the constitution such as the functions of legislation, budgetary functions, and supervisory functions. With the current power and authority of legislative members, they often do not fully carry out the people's mandate, but injure the people's mandate with the capture of several legislative members in the vortex of corruption cases. This study attempts to analyze these causes that make corruption continue to occur in the legislative power environment while providing solutions that are fundamentally changes in our constitutional system This study uses normative legal research methods by examining primary legal materials, namely relevant laws and regulations and secondary legal materials in the form of library studies and also by utilizing quantitative data. The purpose of this study is to examine the fundamental factors causing the widespread of corruption cases that ensnare the legislative members when various regulations and criminal sanctions have often been imposed on convicted corruption before and do not have deterrent effects. The hypothesis that is temporarily built is that the authority/duties of legislative members, the high salary received now and also the policy of raising criminal sanctions are not effective in tackling corruption and this is the focus of the study in this study.
Measuring the Factor of the Criminal Action of Corruption (Case Study of Criminal Acts of Corruption in the Environment of Legislative Authority) Gunawan, Tri Agus; Hakim, Sholihatul
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): May 2019 Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v4i1.18748

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With the spirit of reform, it gives extraordinary power and authority to legislative members in line with their duties and functions based on the mandate of the constitution such as the functions of legislation, budgetary functions, and supervisory functions. With the current power and authority of legislative members, they often do not fully carry out the people's mandate, but injure the people's mandate with the capture of several legislative members in the vortex of corruption cases. This study attempts to analyze these causes that make corruption continue to occur in the legislative power environment while providing solutions that are fundamentally changes in our constitutional system This study uses normative legal research methods by examining primary legal materials, namely relevant laws and regulations and secondary legal materials in the form of library studies and also by utilizing quantitative data. The purpose of this study is to examine the fundamental factors causing the widespread of corruption cases that ensnare the legislative members when various regulations and criminal sanctions have often been imposed on convicted corruption before and do not have deterrent effects. The hypothesis that is temporarily built is that the authority/duties of legislative members, the high salary received now and also the policy of raising criminal sanctions are not effective in tackling corruption and this is the focus of the study in this study.

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