LAW ENFORCEMENT BY THE POLICE CODE OF ETHICS COMMISSION: AN ANALYSIS OF LEGAL CERTAINTY IN IMPOSING SANCTIONS
Each country has its own characteristics and security conditions so that the format and style and police system in a country are also different. The most important in the police is how to build a paradigm of accountability to the substance and not to the place. The research is a normative law research, using normative case studies in the form of legal behavior products, by reviewing laws. The results show that the handling of violations by the Police Professional Code of Ethics Commission is still said to be not optimal and fair because it is seen from the implementation of policies based on authority that are not carried out independently and can still be intervened. It shows that the public assessment of law enforcement within the Police institution is still not fair. The guarantee of legal certainty and neutrality of law enforcement in decision-making at the Police Ethics Commission hearings was initiated with the novelty concept in this study which pays attention to policy improvement as a form of legal certainty in enforcing the Police Profession Code of Ethics Commission. Even though the rules regarding the Police Profession Code of Ethics and the formation of a police profession code of ethics commission are in a new regulation. Therefore, it is necessary to add substance to the existing rules, especially to prevent power intervention.
Ethics; Legal Certainty; Sanction; Police