Restoraktiv Justice Policy in the Investigation of Children as Trafficking Actor

Ifahda Pratama Hapsari

Abstract


A forced effort by the investigator of the child of investigation because the investigator can not rule out a perpetrator. Nevertheless, the maximum effort of handling child offenders in non-litigation cases is preferred by looking at the nature of the child and Non penal sanction is more appropriate for the child of the offender. Furthermore, the action that can be carried out by the investigator on the child of the Trafficking Trafficking in Law Number 11 Year 2012, to substitute for restitution restitution, and the return to the parent / guardian is a matter that is deemed appropriate, since the investigator has no authority to override the case, even in conduct investigations with more emphasis on prioritizing restorative justice rather than formal legalistic considerations.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v5i2.12450

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