Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Regional Police Forms Special Team to Suppress Crime in Jakarta
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Friday, 08 October 2021 - 12:31 WIB
Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Regional Police Forms Special Team to Suppress Crime in Jakarta

Tribratanews.polri.go.id - Jakarta. The increase in crime rates in the Jakarta Capital City area occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic. Crimes such as robbery, brawls, acts of Thievery with violence, and Thievery by weight.

Head of Public Relations of Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police, Pol. Grand Commissioner Yusri Yunus said that the Regional Police Chief, Pol. Inspector-General Mohammad Fadil Imran, instructed his staff to form a special team to suppress crime in the Jakarta Capital City area since the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Regional Police Chief has ordered the formation of teams, including the direct backup controlled by the Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police's Directorate of Criminal Investigation. To create a team to map any areas prone to crime, for example, stealing, stealing and stealing, said the Head of Public Relations of the Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police to reporters, Wednesday (10/06/21).

The Head of Public Relations of the Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police did not explain in detail the current crime rate. However, he did not deny that the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was one of the factors.

"Indeed, during this pandemic, there were several events that had increased during the pandemic," he said.

The Head of Public Relations of the Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police said that the number of violent Thievery crimes (curas) and Thievery still showed a decline compared to last year. However, Yusri claims to have revealed many cases of Thievery during the Covid-19 pandemic.

"But if we compare with last year. "In the same month, last September, examples of stealing and robbery decreased, but during the pandemic from the beginning until now, there has been an increase," explained the Head of Public Relations of the greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police, Pol. Grand Commissioner Yusri Yunus.

"So when it comes to Thievery, the incidence is quite high, but every disclosure must involve several dozens of police reports, one usually being caught until it is revealed that 100 or more Thieveries have been carried out," he concluded.

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