IMPLEMENTATION OF NARCOTICS AND ILLEGAL DRUGS POLICY: COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE FOR COMMUNITY RESILIENCE IN DISTRICT X
This qualitative study utilizes phenomenological methods to analyze the implementation of narcotics and illegal drug policies in District "X" according to Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 35 of 2009 concerning Narcotics, carried out with collaborative governance for community resilience. The study involves local government officials, law enforcement agents, District National Narcotics Agency (BNNK) officials, related agency representatives, and members of the community as informants. Findings suggest that collaborative governance for community resilience in implementing narcotics policies in the National Action Plan for the Prevention, Eradication of Narcotics Abuse and Illicit Circulation (P4GN) in District "X" faces several obstacles. These include a lack of human resources, limited supporting facilities and infrastructure, a lack of communication between implementing agencies, and weak social resilience within the community. The study recommends strengthening collaboration between the National Narcotics Agency of District "X," law enforcement organizations, local governments, and community elements through collaborative governance and concrete actions. This must be done in an organized, structured, massive, and systematic way, down to the individual level, to build individual resilience, which is crucial to community resilience.
Policy implementation, narcotics, collaborative governance, community resilience, National Action Plan for Prevention, Eradication of Narcotics Abuse and Illicit Circulation (RAN-P4GN)