Biak, Jubi – Chief of Biak Prosecutor’s office, Made Jaya Ardana revealed 80 percent of criminal cases were triggered by the influence of liquor which caused domestic violence, child maltreatment and soon.
By looking at the negative impact of liquor, he then hoped the regulation would be issued immediately so that police and prosecutors would proceed to be able to prosecute offenders.
“The local government need to pay attention on the high criminal cases seriously by making regulations as a legal basis in dealing with the offender,” he said in Biak onTuesday (6/1).
“So far, liquor cases can not be extended to the judiciary because in 2011 the legislators did not set any regulation, so I hope the acting regent Thomas Ondy can draft new regulations on liquor,” chief of persecutor’s office said in Biak Numfor.
Meanwhile, police chief Superintendent, Yustanto Mujiharso was delighted with the program.
“Police investigators are ready to implement the regulation when it is approved,” he said. (Marten Boseren/Tina)