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Volume 54, 2018The 1st International Conference on Law, Governance and Social Justice (ICoL GaS 2018)
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Reforming the Compensation Model to Victims of Crime in Indonesia
Department of Law, Faculty of Law, Universitas Islam Indonesia, 55151, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Indonesia has an obligation to place the protection of human rights against all its citizens, as well as in ensuring compensation for certain victims of crime. Ironically, the conceptual issues such as the inclusion of compensation on the existence of criminals who provide restitution, the unclear technical implementation in the normative legitimacy, as well as the financial problems of the state for compensation show that the compensation for crime victims in Indonesia is still problematic. This study focuses on the ideal idea of reforming the model, form and mechanism for providing compensation to victims of crime in Indonesia. This research uses normative research with secondary data. The approach taken include philosophical, legislation and conceptual, and analyzed descriptively qualitative through literature study. The results of research are; first, the state compensation of crime victims conceptually, juridically and practically has not been able to show the effectiveness of providing compensation for victims of crime; second, reconceptualizing the compensation model through an extra-judicial path, with a material and non-material compensation shape, and using a mechanism that focuses on the involvement of all parties as the concept of restorative justice is an alternative solution to compensation for crime victims in the future.
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