CRIMINAL POLICY IN CHILDREN'S CONSTRUCTION EFFORTS AS A NARCOTIC CRIMINAL ACTION PERSON

Frans Simangunsong

Abstract


Cases of narcotics abuse are increasing. This is evidenced by the almost
daily press reports from newspapers and electronic media about smuggling, illegal
trade, arrests and detention related to the problem of narcotics abuse. The purpose of
narcotics abuse is a deviant or accidental use of narcotics. So the act violates the law and
is threatened with criminality. Criminal policy in an effort to control children as
perpetrators of narcotics crimes. Threats of imprisonment that can be imposed on
children no later than 1/2 (one half) from the maximum threat of imprisonment for
adults. This means that the criminal threat for children who become narcotics couriers is
half of the criminal threats contained in the Narcotics Law. For children who become
couriers or narcotics brokers, they must be based on the mechanism stipulated in the
Child Protection Act and the Juvenile Justice System Law. Law enforcement for
perpetrators who are still under age, there is a special provision called diversion, namely
the transfer of settlement of child cases from criminal justice processes to processes
outside of criminal justice

Keywords


Criminal Policy,Children, Narcotics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.56444/ulrev.v2i2.921

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