Concept of humane implementation of imprisonment in efforts to protect human rights in Indonesia
Iskandar MZ, Amzulian Rifai, Nashriana
This research aims to find whether the current implementation of imprisonment that is carried out in Indonesia able to protect the human rights of prisoners and how is the ideal concept of imprisonment can be applied in Indonesia in the future wherein studying the problem, the author uses the normative-explanatory method and a dogmatic-approach to understand the effectiveness of this law better.The results show that the current implementation of imprisonment as part of the penal justice system needs to be reoriented immediately considering that most of the current penal sanctions both in the Penal Code (KUHP) and in the concept of the New Penal Code are still using a form of sanction in the form of imprisonment. The implementation of imprisonment in Indonesia is currently carried out by correctional institutions as a guidance institution in the implementation of crimes in order to achieve the objectives of punishment, protection of human rights, and also to determine the penal justice system as expected. The ideal concept of imprisonment that can be applied in Indonesia in the future is to develop the idea of penal individualization. As a form of the idea of individualization, an effort emerged through the idea of a "good time allowance" development program as a contribution to reform of penal law in the field of penal executors as a means of individualizing sanctions and rehabilitating prisoners to reduce convict density.
Iskandar MZ, Amzulian Rifai, Nashriana. Concept of humane implementation of imprisonment in efforts to protect human rights in Indonesia. International Journal of Law, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 216-221