The Directorate General of Corrections has contributed
The Directorate General of Corrections has contributed to the successful disclosure of the distribution of 1.129 tons of methamphetamine weighing 1,129 tons in the Middle East and Africa (Nigeria) network. The Director General of Corrections, Reynhard Silitonga.
Revealed that the successful disclosure of international drug trafficking is the result of synergy between Law Enforcement Officials, especially the Indonesian National Police (Polri). prisons) and state detention centers (rutan) as well as synergies with other APH.
So we are very open in cooperation and actively contribute in uncovering drug trafficking,” said Reynhard, Monday (14/6). The disclosure began with an analysis carried out by the Directorate General of Corrections with the Jakarta Police Narcotics Case Disclosure Task Force Team on international syndicate networks that been previously disclosed over the past month.
Previously, the distribution of methamphetamine weighing 1.5 tons from the Middle East-Malaysia-Indonesia network was successfully thwarted.
“We are committed to continuing to synergize in breaking the chain of drug trafficking. We will communicate the information needed regarding the disclosure of narcotics trafficking with other APH as a form of correctional contribution,”
Meanwhile, during 2020 correctional officers succeeded in making 215 failures, and throughout 2021 68 failures were made.
Meanwhile, the Director of the Metro Jaya Police Narcotics Investigation, Kombes. Pol. Mukti Juharsa, SIK, revealed that the international syndicate drug trafficking was carried out by taking advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic that is still engulfing various parts of the world.
Said Reynhard, This disclosure illustrates that Indonesia is currently experiencing a flood of drugs during the Covid-19 pandemic.(henry/pn/jdri)