Law Enforcement for Prevention and Control of Vandalism Acts in Yogyakarta City
Keywords:public and private facilities, prevention and control, law enforcement, vandalism.
AbstractLaw enforcement is always became an option to prevent and control act of vandalism. This various forms of vandalism are causing destruction and suppression toward various facilities owned by both public and individuals. This vandalism acts includes environmental negligence that harms society. The research was conducted in Yogyakarta City, Indonesia. The research method is using normative juridical. The results of the study indicate that various law enforcement efforts have been carried out by the Yogyakarta local government to control vandalism as a violation of the criminal law as misdemeanor. The efforts to prevent and control vandalism in Yogyakarta are carried out through various methods especially through educational campaigns, involvement, organizational climate and restricted access.
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