Prevention of Criminal Prostitution in Indonesian Fitness Center

Hardian Iskandar

Abstract


This article’s purpose is to discuss the prevention of prostitution crime under the guise of gym and fitness center. This study is a normative legal study conducted through literature study or library research using conceptual approach, statute approach and case approach. The results of the study and discussion indicate that prevention of prostitution crime under the guise of fitness place can be done by means of criminal law (penal) and non penal facilities (facilities outside of criminal law). Prevention of criminal acts, especially the crime of prostitution, must be adjusted with the law of development plan which is part of the national development. The process of reforming or establishing a law enforcement is carried out through a formulation / legislation policy, whereas law enforcement and institutional enforcement processes are carried out through the application / judicial appeals and criminal proceedings carried out under the exclusion / administration policy. Constraints in the prevention of criminal prosthesis are due to several factors namely legal factors (law), law enforcement factors, community factors and cultural factors. The legal factors relating to the Penal Code are not directly regulated on the prosecution of prostitution as a form of crime. Law enforcement factors that form the parties or impose the law in this case indicated otherwise tacitly involved in prostitution activities by providing leaks that will be held operations or raids against prostitution activities. Factors of the environment where the law is applicable or applied, the public lacks awareness and few who are willing to be invited to share and the cultural factor as the result of the work, inventiveness, and the sense that is based on human interaction in life.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v5i2.12451

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