tirto.id – The National Police has completed Operation Safe Nusa II on Monday, August 2, 2021. This operation targets crimes related to handling the Corona pandemic.
“In a telegram letter from the National Police Chief, the implementation of the Safe Nusa II contingency operation within the scope of the National Police Headquarters or operations carried out by the special task force were carried out independently with an adjusted amount,” said Head of the Public Relations Division of the National Police Public Relations Division Kombes Pol Ahmad Ramadhan at the National Police Headquarters, Monday (2/8). /2021).
A number of regional police in Indonesia have successfully handled cases of surveillance and control of retail prices and the availability of COVID-19 drugs. The police also claimed to have handled the spread of fake news in an invitation to a demonstration against PPKM being handled by the Central Java Police.
The police also handled other cases, such as falsifying antigen test results at Halim Perdanakusuma Airport (Polda Metro Jaya), rioting during the PPKM (West Java Police) demonstration, spreading hoax information (Cirebon Police), falsifying antigen test results at Merak Port (Banten Police). , and buying and selling rooms for self-isolation in a hotel (Bali Police).
The following are the results of Operation Safe Nusa II on July 16-August 1, 2021: The Sub Task Force for the Directorate of Drug Crime investigated 5,685 cases. The Sub Task Force for the Directorate of Special Economic Crimes investigated 454 cases. The Sub Task Force for the Directorate of Cyber Crime investigated 867 cases and 2 restorative justice cases.
The Sub Task Force for the Directorate of Certain Crimes investigated 641 cases. The Sub Task Force for the Directorate of Corruption Crimes investigated 2 cases and investigated 1 case.
The Sub Task Force for the Directorate of General Crimes investigated 2,036 cases, investigated 36 cases, minor criminal proceedings 2,592 cases, and 1,328 cases were resolved in a fair, restorative manner.