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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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Legal Protection of Children in Armed Conflict in the View of International Humanitarian Law Mangku, Dewa Gede Sudika; Yuliartini, Ni Putu Rai
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.27836

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In an armed dispute, the protected persons include combatants and the civilian population. Combatants who have horse de combat status must be protected and respected in all circumstances. Combatants who fell into enemy hands gained the status of prisoners of war. Protection and rights as prisoners of war are regulated in Geneva Convention III of 1949. Meanwhile, civilians are entitled to protection as regulated in Geneva Convention IV of 1949. The legal protection given to children is more focused on the consequences of armed disputes that will affect or affect children. As part of the civilian population, children who do not participate in hostilities receive general protection without any adverse distinction based on ethnicity, nationality, religion, or political opinion, and are intended to alleviate the suffering caused by war
Legal Protection of Children in Armed Conflict in the View of International Humanitarian Law Mangku, Dewa Gede Sudika; Yuliartini, Ni Putu Rai
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.27836

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In an armed dispute, the protected persons include combatants and the civilian population. Combatants who have horse de combat status must be protected and respected in all circumstances. Combatants who fell into enemy hands gained the status of prisoners of war. Protection and rights as prisoners of war are regulated in Geneva Convention III of 1949. Meanwhile, civilians are entitled to protection as regulated in Geneva Convention IV of 1949. The legal protection given to children is more focused on the consequences of armed disputes that will affect or affect children. As part of the civilian population, children who do not participate in hostilities receive general protection without any adverse distinction based on ethnicity, nationality, religion, or political opinion, and are intended to alleviate the suffering caused by war
Imposition of Sanctions Criminal Personnel for Torture in the Investigation Process Manik, Sonya Isabella
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.28603

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The aim of this research is to find out how the legal process for police officers who abuse suspects and how the process of arresting and examining suspects. The research used the normative juridical research method, and it is found that law enforcement against POLRI members requires a legal basis that is used as a formal juridical basis in committing a crime. The legal basis in question is the Criminal Procedure Code, namely Law No. 8 of 1981. In connection with the subject that is a suspect or defendant is a member of the National Police, besides the Criminal Procedure Code, there are several other regulations that are used as a juridical basis in implementing legal proceedings against members of the Indonesian National Police who commit criminal acts as a legal basis are stipulated at some laws, such as Law Number 2 of 2002 concerning the Indonesian National Police, Law Number 14 of 2011 concerning the Professional Code of Ethics for the State Police of the Republic of Indonesia,  and Government Regulation Number 3 of 2003 concerning the Implementation of General Judicial Institutional Techniques for Members of the Indonesian National Police. This research also highlighted that the task of arresting officers is carried out by the state police of the Republic of Indonesia by showing a letter of assignment and giving the suspect an arrest warrant stating the suspect's identity (full name, age, occupation, religion, and address/residence) and state the reasons for the arrest and a brief description of the criminal case suspected and the place where he was examined. In the event of being caught in the red, the arrest is carried out without a warrant, provided that the arrest must immediately hand over the person caught and the evidence available to the investigator or the closest assistant investigator.
Imposition of Sanctions Criminal Personnel for Torture in the Investigation Process Manik, Sonya Isabella
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.28603

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The aim of this research is to find out how the legal process for police officers who abuse suspects and how the process of arresting and examining suspects. The research used the normative juridical research method, and it is found that law enforcement against POLRI members requires a legal basis that is used as a formal juridical basis in committing a crime. The legal basis in question is the Criminal Procedure Code, namely Law No. 8 of 1981. In connection with the subject that is a suspect or defendant is a member of the National Police, besides the Criminal Procedure Code, there are several other regulations that are used as a juridical basis in implementing legal proceedings against members of the Indonesian National Police who commit criminal acts as a legal basis are stipulated at some laws, such as Law Number 2 of 2002 concerning the Indonesian National Police, Law Number 14 of 2011 concerning the Professional Code of Ethics for the State Police of the Republic of Indonesia,  and Government Regulation Number 3 of 2003 concerning the Implementation of General Judicial Institutional Techniques for Members of the Indonesian National Police. This research also highlighted that the task of arresting officers is carried out by the state police of the Republic of Indonesia by showing a letter of assignment and giving the suspect an arrest warrant stating the suspect's identity (full name, age, occupation, religion, and address/residence) and state the reasons for the arrest and a brief description of the criminal case suspected and the place where he was examined. In the event of being caught in the red, the arrest is carried out without a warrant, provided that the arrest must immediately hand over the person caught and the evidence available to the investigator or the closest assistant investigator.
Assimilation Rights as a Right of Correctional Citizens: A View of the Indonesian Criminal Justice System Ashraff, Mohamad
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.29393

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The criminal justice system in Indonesia has the final stages in the criminal justice process. Correctional services in carrying out coaching for people convicted in the judicial system which previously adopted a prison system with the intention of making prisoners have a deterrent effect on what he did. Prisoners provide guidance in the correctional institution in accordance with the authority and main duties of the correctional institution, which provides services in the form of fostering people who are undergoing a criminal period to be accepted back into the community The inmates who carry out the guidance have a number of rights granted by the state. The guarantee for the granting of this right has been regulated in a formal legal instrument so that its implementation is a constitutional obligation. Correctional assisted residents have rights, one of which is assimilation. Assimilation is given as a commitment to the correctional model that is formed to achieve social reintegration. The function of a prisoner must be returned to the community in accordance with the ideals of the prison, namely so that the inmates can carry out socialization again to the community. Assimilation given has a number of terms and conditions that apply. At the coaching stage, assimilation is the final stage of coaching, to be ready to be released again and to process socially in the community.
Assimilation Rights as a Right of Correctional Citizens: A View of the Indonesian Criminal Justice System Ashraff, Mohamad
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.29393

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The criminal justice system in Indonesia has the final stages in the criminal justice process. Correctional services in carrying out coaching for people convicted in the judicial system which previously adopted a prison system with the intention of making prisoners have a deterrent effect on what he did. Prisoners provide guidance in the correctional institution in accordance with the authority and main duties of the correctional institution, which provides services in the form of fostering people who are undergoing a criminal period to be accepted back into the community The inmates who carry out the guidance have a number of rights granted by the state. The guarantee for the granting of this right has been regulated in a formal legal instrument so that its implementation is a constitutional obligation. Correctional assisted residents have rights, one of which is assimilation. Assimilation is given as a commitment to the correctional model that is formed to achieve social reintegration. The function of a prisoner must be returned to the community in accordance with the ideals of the prison, namely so that the inmates can carry out socialization again to the community. Assimilation given has a number of terms and conditions that apply. At the coaching stage, assimilation is the final stage of coaching, to be ready to be released again and to process socially in the community.
The Fulfilment of Workers' Rights in the Dimension of Human Rights based on Indonesian Manpower Law Imron, Ali; Hunawa, Hermawan Rizki
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.29400

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which is regulated in Article 88 paragraph (1) in Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning manpower. However, in reality there are still many companies that ignore the rights of their workers' wages, which should be a normative right that must be fulfilled by the employers of the workers themselves. There are still many companies that fulfill the rights of workers / laborers themselves, which are still very concerning and there are still many companies that ignore the rights of the workers themselves. Which in itself is a current employment problem. And we often see that many layoffs that occur in Indonesia are caused by the dissatisfaction of an entrepreneur with the performance of his workers. In this case it is due to the unfulfilled rights of the workers themselves, especially from the fulfillment of wage or salary rights. With the fulfillment of workers' rights, this can have many positive impacts that occur between employers and workers themselves. In addition to enhancing the harmonious relationship between employers and workers, this can improve the welfare of the workers' economy and will show a good quality of performance for the company and devote all their loyalty to the company. Before carrying out work where the employer provides it, it is necessary to establish a work agreement and a collective labor agreement between the employer and the worker, in which this is done to protect what should be the right of both parties. And no less important, the problem related to the field of occupational health, is that during a work relationship which is a legal relationship, workers must receive insurance for their health.
The Fulfilment of Workers' Rights in the Dimension of Human Rights based on Indonesian Manpower Law Imron, Ali; Hunawa, Hermawan Rizki
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.29400

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which is regulated in Article 88 paragraph (1) in Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning manpower. However, in reality there are still many companies that ignore the rights of their workers' wages, which should be a normative right that must be fulfilled by the employers of the workers themselves. There are still many companies that fulfill the rights of workers / laborers themselves, which are still very concerning and there are still many companies that ignore the rights of the workers themselves. Which in itself is a current employment problem. And we often see that many layoffs that occur in Indonesia are caused by the dissatisfaction of an entrepreneur with the performance of his workers. In this case it is due to the unfulfilled rights of the workers themselves, especially from the fulfillment of wage or salary rights. With the fulfillment of workers' rights, this can have many positive impacts that occur between employers and workers themselves. In addition to enhancing the harmonious relationship between employers and workers, this can improve the welfare of the workers' economy and will show a good quality of performance for the company and devote all their loyalty to the company. Before carrying out work where the employer provides it, it is necessary to establish a work agreement and a collective labor agreement between the employer and the worker, in which this is done to protect what should be the right of both parties. And no less important, the problem related to the field of occupational health, is that during a work relationship which is a legal relationship, workers must receive insurance for their health.
Sexual Offences Against Women: India’s Legal Perspective Behera, Ashok Kumar
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.29401

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The concept of equality and nondiscrimination is placed on account of the Indian constitution. Besides, it also enables the state to adopt different measures of affirmative discrimination in favor of women. Laws tend to be gradual, focusing on detailed forms of brutality rather than dealing expansively with all forms of hostility against women. When the law is input, there is frequently feeble law enforcement. Complementary to that the stable throws away to the woman's children, which as an element from having an adverse result on their health also creates an emotional background for them in which they cannot protect against any bodily bloodshed or a number of forms of injustices.
Sexual Offences Against Women: India’s Legal Perspective Behera, Ashok Kumar
IJCLS (Indonesian Journal of Criminal Law Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): Indonesian J. Crim. L. Stud. (May, 2021)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/ijcls.v6i1.29401

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The concept of equality and nondiscrimination is placed on account of the Indian constitution. Besides, it also enables the state to adopt different measures of affirmative discrimination in favor of women. Laws tend to be gradual, focusing on detailed forms of brutality rather than dealing expansively with all forms of hostility against women. When the law is input, there is frequently feeble law enforcement. Complementary to that the stable throws away to the woman's children, which as an element from having an adverse result on their health also creates an emotional background for them in which they cannot protect against any bodily bloodshed or a number of forms of injustices.

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