International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development


International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
Vol. 1, Issue 7 (2014)

Analysis criminologist human trafficking as extra ordinary crime


Poppy Andi Lolo

This study aims to reconstruct a crime trafficking remarkable by the fact social through criminological analysis as part of the criminal policy. This study uses empirical legal research type (nondoktrinal). Sources of data obtained from primary data (interviews and questionnaires) and secondary data (documentation). Respondents from lawyers, judges, correctional institutions and NGOs. Criminological analysis and argumentation techniques and theories of criminology. This study shows that regulation legislation governing the crime of trafficking in persons. Both the formulation of criminal acts, criminal responsibility, Charge the maximum sanction. Besides the increasing crime, victimization emergence of structural and functional damage to the structure of values ​​and norms in society, thus forming anomistis situation. Organized crime and the spread and application of sanctions being unable kriminogen factor curbing trafficking. Then it has to be the basis of criminological qualification increased trafficking into extraordinary crime. Suggestions put forward is better all statutory provisions that criminalize the regulated recharged through criminal policies that charge legal substance Crime of Trafficking in Persons become extraordinary crime by showing the results of criminological analysis of social facts in recorded crime statistics tend to increase, already meet to renew the rule of law in order to become extraordinary crime (Extra Ordinary Crime). In addition, law enforcement officers in order to apply criminal sanctions (imprisonment and fines) the maximum in order to be repressive and preventive means that trafficking crime qualified as exceptional (Extra Ordinary Crime).
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