Joint Patrols At Sea Are Very Effective

Hasil patroli bersama lintas kementerian/lembaga di laut berjalan baik   Jakarta, Indonesia News Present :  In early 2023, Bakamla RI held t...

Hasil patroli bersama lintas kementerian/lembaga di laut berjalan baik 
Jakarta, Indonesia News Present : In early 2023, Bakamla RI held the first meeting of the implementation team for the Security, Safety and Law Enforcement (KKPH) forum, which was held virtually and led by the Head of Bakamla RI Rear Admiral TNI Aan Kurnia from Bakamla Headquarters RI, Jakarta (10/1).

Laksdya TNI Aan said this activity was an implementation of Government Regulation No. 13 of 2022 concerning PKKPH. The KKPH Forum aims to monitor the implementation of the PP. The KKPH forum is chaired by the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs, with a membership of a number of relevant ministers.

"The KKPH Forum is held at least 2 times a year and at least once a year reports the results to the President," explained Laksdya TNI Aan. Kabakamla as Head of the KKPH Implementation Team, is tasked with monitoring and evaluating national policies, conducting patrols, SAR, law enforcement and integration of kamla information systems.

"The KKPH implementation team holds a meeting at least once every 3 months and at least 2 times a year reports its work to the KKPH Forum," said Laksdya TNI Aan. This coordination meeting was attended by all members of the implementation team. Relevant ministries/agencies that have patrol boats, including Basarnas which have specific tasks, present the results and achievements of their respective independent patrols.

Bakamla RI Director of Marine Operations Rear Admiral Bakamla Bambang Irawan conveyed an evaluation of joint patrols in 2022 and plans for joint patrols for 2023. As stated by Rear Admiral Bambang, joint patrols show effective and efficient value compared to independent patrols.

Comparison of the expected value of inspection and the expected value of being caught, proves that even though the joint patrol is shorter, it turns out to have a high probability potential for more people to be examined and more to be caught.
Kepala Bakamla RI Laksdya TNI Aan Kurnia 
It was also stated that there was an increase in the Joint Patrol Plan in 2023 compared to the previous one. In 2023, joint patrols are planned for 75 days from the previous year's 60 days. In addition, its territory was expanded to the east of Indonesia, which was previously only in the Malacca Strait and the North Natuna Sea.

This Patrol Plan has been determined based on the decision of the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs. "We should be grateful because in 2022 there will be a decrease in maritime security issues compared to 2020 and 2021. Indonesia's maritime security index also shows a controlled value, but it must increase in 2023," said Rear Admiral TNI Aan (ma).

Thus the review from Indonesia News
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Indonesia News: Joint Patrols At Sea Are Very Effective
Joint Patrols At Sea Are Very Effective
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