PREVENTION AND ERADICATION OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES USING POLICY AND VALUE APPROACHES

Riswan Erfa(1*),

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Abstract


Based on today’s factual condition, the corruption perceptions index of Indonesia is still very poor Corruption, as part of white-collar crimes, is considered as one of non-conventional crimes which are difficult to overcome using conventional counter-measures. The qualification of the perpetrators who have high socio-economic strata often complicates the law enforcement process, especially in terms of proof. Therefore, it requires a new paradigm that prioritizes policy approach and value approach. And both of the approaches should be done simultaneously. It is also necessary to understand the types of white-collar crimes to support the implementation of policy approach and value approach. In addition, this study also discusses non-penal efforts that can maintain the views of integrity, morality, and professional responsibility of the people who have the potential to engage in white-collar crimes, primarily through the internalization of local wisdom that supports the eradication and prevention of criminal acts of corruption.

Keywords


Policy approach, Value approach, White-collar crimes, Corruption

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21532/apfj.001.18.03.01.05

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