IMPLEMENTATION OF ETLE (ELECTRONIC TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT) POLICY AT POLDA METRO JAYA'S DITLANTAS
With the advancement of technology and information as a result of globalization, the government, especially the police, has taken advantage of technological advances to enable more effective and efficient electronic services. The implementation of the electronic ticketing program or commonly called ETLE is one of the services by utilizing technology and communication. In practice, it is hoped that the ticket management process will be easier to carry out. In general, a ticket is an abbreviation of "evidence of violation" in the field of road traffic and transportation as mandated in Law Number 22 of 2009 concerning Road Traffic and Transportation. At first, the ticketing mechanism was carried out conventionally by giving a ticket to the violator to then conduct a trial and pay a fine. This study uses a qualitative approach where researchers will interact with them, and try to understand their language and interpretation of the implementation of policies that are the focus of this research, while the results of this study explain that, the implementation of the electronic ticketing program (ETLE) carried out by the Ditlantas Polda Metro Jaya seen from the public dimension regarding communication and coordination between implementing agencies has been said to be good. With the e-ticketing policy (ETLE) that has been implemented, it is quite effective in suppressing the actions of extortionists and brokers, both from the internal police and other stakeholders/actors (prosecutors and courts) involved in the implementation/implementation of the e-ticket system. In addition to increasing the effectiveness of the process, it also creates transparency and accountability of Law Enforcement Officials (APH) in terms of payment of e-ticket fines.
Implementation, Policy, Electronic traffic law enforcement