Provisions of criminal offenses committed by children according to Dalihan natolu kinship
Marlina, Madiasa Ablisar
Restorative justice is a concept developed in the juvenile justice system in Indonesia which involves components of the community, victim’s families, offender’s families, offender, victims, observers of children, social departments, Bapas and other related parties to jointly resolve the criminal acts that occur. This restorative justice is in the Dalihan Natolu kinship. The provision of a criminal offense in the family system of Dalihan Natolu is not explicitly determined in a written regulation, but the provisions exist and live within the community. Customary leaders who know about customary rules that exist in their communities. According to the customary community in the system of Dalihan Natolu kinship, the criminal act that occurs when disturbing the balance in the community, then efforts will be made according to the customary law existing in the community by including all components of the community and groups in the Dalihan Natolu kinship.