Regional Office of Law and Human Rights Strengthens Foreigner Monitoring Cooperation with the Bali Regional Police

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The delegation from the Head of Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Bali Region was received directly by the Head of the Bali Regional Police, Inspector General. Pol. I Putu Jayan Danu Putra. PHOTO - SPC

BALI – Bali Regional Legal and Human Rights Office continues to strengthen the cooperation that has been established between the Bali Police in order to monitor foreigners in Bali. Collaboration with the Bali Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in monitoring foreign citizens and handling interpol fugitives is in line with the National Police program in law enforcement against foreign nationals (WNA).

Related to this, the Head of the Regional Office (Kakanwil) Jamaruli Manihuruk together with several officials from the Bali Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights visited the Bali Regional Police, met and held auditions with the Bali Police Chief.

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The delegation from the Head of Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Bali Region was received directly by the Head of the Bali Regional Police, Inspector General. Pol. I Putu Jayan Danu Putra, and accompanied by Karo Ops Polda Bali, Director Reskrimum Polda Bali, Director Reskrimsus Polda Bali and Dir Tahti Polda Bali which took place at the Mainstay Lounge, Thursday (4/3/2021).

The Head of the Regional Office for the Ministry of Law and Human Rights for the Region of Bali expressed his gratitude for the dedication and cooperation of the Bali Regional Police with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in handling immigration cases.

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It was continued again that the Head of the Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights for the Bali Region also appreciated the formation of the Bali Regional Police Team under the supervision of foreigners and it is also hoped that in the future the collaboration between the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and the Bali Regional Police will be increasingly solid.

In this regard, the Ministry of Law and Human Rights plans to carry out joint training between the National Police and the Ministry of Law and Human Rights related to general knowledge and law enforcement for foreigners.

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Responding to this, the Bali Police Chief, Inspector General. Pol. I Putu Jayan Danu Putra expressed his gratitude for the cooperation in handling foreigners, especially Interpol fugitives. In addition, it was conveyed that there was an increase in violations of the health protocol from foreigners in Bali, and the Bali Police would also join in later if there was a coordination meeting related to this.

At the end of the event, the activity was continued with hospitality, exchange of souvenirs and group photos.***

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