QUO VADIS IN HANDLING THE SPREAD OF RADICALISM: PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES OF POLICE PREVENTIVE APPROACH
Across the latter half of 2022, Indonesia became the focus of world attention as it was rocked by a wave of increasingly violent confrontations between police and protesters. Both inside and outside the territory, several powerful political actors have argued that the paramilitary-style police interventions. The results show that Countering radicalism by the Police considers that the prevention and control of radicalism, namely programs established by the government and previously implemented by the National Police through the stages of counter-radicalism, counter-narrative and deradicalization are not considered effective enough. For this reason, another effort that is needed is the Human Rights approach. The human rights approach is seen as a human rights approach which is expected to make people aware of the rights of others around them so that the potential for spreading radical ideas can be minimized or even eliminated. The ideal concept of tackling radicalism begins through an early detection strategy with stages from gathering information to the method of direct approach to victims exposed to radicalism with the help of community leaders and community leaders. Furthermore, to raise Police Intelligence by providing assistance to exposed victims who are motivated by the family’s economic. Last but not least, conducting surveillance with the aim of monitoring and controlling victims so that they no longer join radicalism movement organizations.
Radicalism; Separatism; Police; Preventive; Human Rights