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Handling Criminal Act of People-Trafficking Subject on Indonesian Migrant Workers in the Immigration Law Perspective (Case Study of Immigrated Criminal Acts of Class I Special Immigration Office Tpi Soekarno Hatta)

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 8)

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Page : 1293-1304

Keywords : Indonesian Migrant Workers; Criminal Act of People-Trafficking;

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Criminal Act Of People-Trafficking (TPPO) which uses the mode or targets migrant workers as the subject is an activity carried out in an organized and international manner. In efforts to prevent and eradicate TPPO, the strategic steps to eradicate TPPO are taken with reference to what has become an international agreement. This research was conducted to find out 1) How Handling Cases of Criminal Act Of People-Trafficking with Subjects of Indonesian Workers in accordance with applicable laws and regulations; 2) How to optimize efforts to Eradicate Criminal Act Of People-Trafficking from the immigration perspective, in order to reduce the negative impact on Indonesian Workers. This research method uses a normative juridical approach which is aimed at policy issues in establishing and formulating TPPOs and implementing sanctions. The results of this study can be explained that 1) the form of violations of human rights, especially the problem of trafficking in persons, is the government's efforts to ratify the provisions of international law into national law, such as the enactment of Act Number 21 Year 2007 concerning the Criminal Act Of People-Trafficking; and 2) To minimize and prevent more cases of TPPO, good coordination between competent institutions and socialization of the community is needed. At the community level, this can be done by providing labor-intensive training to communities that do not yet have the ability to improve the community's economy and provide knowledge about human trafficking. At the national level, among others enforce Law Act 21/2007, improve security at national borders, both land and sea and air, increase security in immigration (overseas permits), increase employment, improve education, close off potential places. sexual exploitation. At the foreign level, among others improving cooperation between countries, conducting joint operations, and forming organizations to combat trafficking in persons.

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