POLICY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PERDA ENFORCEMENT CADRE IN EAST JAVA CIVIL SERVICE POLICE UNIT TO REALIZE A FRIENDLY INDONESIA
The process of bureaucratic reform has encouraged the Civil Service Police Unit (Satpol PP) to be able to make a paradigm shift through a humanist approach, not just take action that has so far been militaristic. This study aims to describe the implementation of local regulation enforcement policies for local law enforcement cadres in East Java, so a descriptive qualitative method approach is used to provide an overview of the implementation process and the results of the formation of regional law enforcement cadres, which is a priority program in Satpol PP East Java Province. Research data was collected through interviews, document data and literacy to answer the results of implementing the policy of forming regional law enforcement cadres. The results of the research can illustrate that the 2017 Minister of Home Affairs Instructions regarding the formation of regional regulation enforcement cadres towards a friendly Indonesia have been carried out in East Java, but in the period between 2018-2022 this has not yet reached half of the total regencies and cities in East Java that were formed. Law Enforcement Cadre. Analysis of the problem using Leavitt's diagnosis found internal factors, namely the problem of weak coordination and guidance in the Satpol PP for the cadres who had formed, and external factors, namely the socio-emotional factors of the cadres which were influenced by impressions of the Satpol PP's non-judicial actions in terms of policing tasks. The results of this study designed a model as an approach known as Agency-based Multi-Organizational Collaboration. This model was adapted and developed from the Leavitt;s model, which is seen as practical, measurable, and has elements of new public services and transparency as required in the good governance paradigm shift.
policy implementation, local law enforcement cadres, collaboration model