International Journal of Law


International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2021)

Law enforcement recontruction in the implementation of the prostitution management policy


Moh Isyanto, Hartiwiningsih, Sulistyanta

This study aims to find the truth in law enforcement through the implementation of policies and countermeasures in the closure of prostitution with local government regulation number 7 of 2011 enforcement action by applying the law in the closure of localization in Tegal Regency. To counter this issue, the research method used is a research method with the perspective of legal sociology. This type of research uses empirical legal research or field research, which is a legal research carried out based on empirical research to find theories regarding the process how the law works in society and be studied and researched as a study of law in action – a non-doctrinal and empirical social science study. The application of law or law enforcement can be applied in order to implement policies and countermeasures in enforcing local government regulations and the actions of law enforcement officials because implementing countermeasures policy of a localization closure must be in accordance with local government regulation number 7 of 2011 in the Tegal Regency. The implementation of the policy to tackle the closure of localization in Tegal Regency has prioritized finding sex workers compared to looking for the perpetrators or buyers. The perpetrator or temporary buyer is only treated to be subject to administrative fines which do not deter the perpetrator or the buyer. The policy of the Tegal Regency government should provide progress on proposals in law enforcement that are firmer deterring by increasing fines and longer criminal imprisonment so that order and security are more guaranteed and better in city planning, especially in the tourism environment of the Tegal Regency.
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