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Police to use restorative justice in fatal bullying case

from the article in the Jakarta Post: The Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI) said it supported the Jakarta Police’s decision to use restorative justice when dealing with a sixth grader that allegedly beat up another student so seve... READ MORE

House passes revamped Juvenile Court Law

from the article by Ezra Sihite in the Jakarta Globe: ....Azis Syamsuddin, deputy chairman of House Commission III on legal affairs, said legislators were very thorough and careful in their deliberations on the legislation because the principle o... READ MORE

Mercy urged for child charged in Jakarta murder

by Ronna Nirmala & Arientha Primanita in the Jakarta Globe: The National Commission for Child Protection on Wednesday said it was working hard to save a 10-year-old boy, suspected of having stabbed and beaten his adoptive mother to death, from ... READ MORE

Law, Violence and Peace Making on the Island of Ambon

Source: (2004) In Foblets, Marie-Claire, and Trutz von Trotha, eds., Healing the Wounds: Essays on the Reconstruction of Societies after War. Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing. Pp. 221-239.The island of Ambon is in Molucca province in Indonesia. I... READ MORE

Victimization in Indonesia: An Expensive Lesson

Source: (2003) In, Tatsuya Ota, ed., Victims and Criminal Justice: Asian Perspective. Tokoyo, Hogaku-Kenkyu-Kai, Keio University. Pp. 83-93.There is no specific law in Indonesia that mandates state compensation or offender restitution for crime vi... READ MORE