Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)

Abstract

Humanistic Law Enforcement as the Application of the Value of Justice, Expediency and Legal Certainty Based on Pancasila

Author(s): Maroni, Sopian Sitepu, Nenny Dwi Ariani

Indonesian people have made Pancasila as the foundation of the state and the live view in the life of nation and state, it is proper that its law enforcement model is humanistic. Humanistic criminal law enforcement can be realized through the establishment of a criminal legislation containing religious Pancasila value, humanitarian and social, as well as reflecting the value of justice, the value of usefulness and the value of legal certainty. So, it is required the maximum law enforcement performance by the officers in handling every criminal case by ‘picking up the ball’ and ‘wholeheartedly’. Supremacy of law is not translated as Supremacy of Law, but Supremacy of Justice. The existence of humanistic criminal law enforcement is expected to enforce law enforcement that ‘selective logging and ‘physical and nonphysical torture’ as it has happened in the past, but in the future is no longer found.