MODEL OF STRENGTHENING THE CAPACITY OF COLLABORATION OF MADIUN RESORT POLICE SERVICES IN HANDLING LAND CONFLICTS
This study aims to describe the strengthening of collaboration capacity in the jurisdiction of the Madiun Resort Police (Polres). Through a collaborative governance approach, the Madiun Police Department has innovated in realizing excellent service through police synergy in the field of security services and community order for collaborative handling of land conflicts. Based on the empirically, normative and theoretical research framework, the collaboration of police services in handling conflicts in Madiun Regency which is located in the Madiun Resort Police (Polres), and focuses on Strengthening Service Collaboration Capacity which includes Internal Capacity Frameworks; and External Capacity Frameworks; The results and discussions on Capacity Building in Police Collaboration in Land Conflict Resolution show that internal and external factors between parties to make efforts to resolve Land Conflicts have not been fully established effectively, this is indicated by: that the level of understanding of human resources implementing collaboration still needs to be improved. The problem lies in the limited number of adequate human resources so that they cannot perform excellent public services. In addition, the absence of guidelines for the implementation of collaborative services makes there are shortcomings in the aspects of tasks and role burdens that are still not structured with legal documents (example: SOPs) so that they are prone to overlapping main tasks and functions.
Capacity, Land Conflict, Collaborative Governance