Regulation Police State Number 9 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Kepolisian Negara Nomor 9 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 982, 2013 police. The Loss Of The Country. Demands. Settlement. The Ordinance. Repeal.

REGULATION of the HEAD of STATE POLICE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 9 by 2013 on the SETTLEMENT of the STATE'S DAMAGES CLAIMS in an ENVIRONMENT of INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of STATE POLICE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the resolution demands the losses the State is the responsibility of the individual for the Treasurer, public servants in the national police or any third party to the State upon the tort committed intentionally or due to negligence of the real-real can result in losses of State;
b. that to embody integrity, individual responsibility and the recovery of losses to the State, required the State losses return arrangements in a transparent, objective, and accountable;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to establish the Rule of the Republic of Indonesia National Police Chief about the procedures for the settlement of the State's Damages Claims in the environment of the Republic of Indonesia national police;
Remember: 1. Act No. 2 of 2002 on State police of the Republic of Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 2, 2002 an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4168);
2. Presidential regulation Number 52 in 2010 about the Organization and the work of State police of the Republic of Indonesia;
Decide: define: REGULATION of the HEAD of the INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE ABOUT the PROCEDURES for the SETTLEMENT of the STATE'S DAMAGES CLAIMS in an ENVIRONMENT of INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in this rule is: 1. State police of the Republic of Indonesia which further shortened the national police is a State that plays a role in maintaining security and order of the community, uphold the law and provide protection, shelter and service to the community in the framework of the rights of security in the country.
2. personnel expenses is Treasurer on the national police who served as Kasubbagkeu/Kaurkeu/Paurkeu/Kasikeu appointed by the Assistant who is in practice delegated to the Kasatker at the level of the headquarters of the State police of the Republic of Indonesia (Mabes Polri) and Kapolda level regional police (Polda), served for and on behalf of the State, receive, store, paying out/submit, menatausahakan and charged money for the purposes of State spending.
3. The Treasurer is Acceptance personnel at the Police appointed by the Assistant who was in practice delegated to the Kasatker at the level of the National Police Headquarters and Police level Kapolda, served for and on behalf of the State, receive, store, produce, organize-try and account for the money income of the country.
4. A third party is an individual person or business entity binding agreements with the national police in order to support the implementation of the basic tasks Police because his offense against the law intentionally or dereliction of duty charged to him directly cause loss to the State.
5. State-owned Goods hereinafter BMN is moving and not moving goods purchased or obtained over the burden of the budget of the State Expenditures Revenue (BUDGET) or derived from other legitimate earnings.
6. Demands Damages State is a process that is done to demand the replacement of the Treasury and as a result of damages in tort in negligence or intentionally done by the Treasurer and/or Police Personnel was not the Treasurer and/or third parties.
7. the Repertory Demands further abbreviated TP is a process that is done to demand reimbursement for losses as a result of State tort law were negligent or intentionally done by the Treasurer.
8. Claims for damages which further abbreviated SE is a process that is done to demand reimbursement for losses as a result of State tort law were negligent or intentionally done by the personnel of the national police is not the Treasurer or any third party.
9. The decision of Imposition is a decision that the Agency published a financial Examiner of the Republic of Indonesia (BPK RI) or Assistant to the National Police Headquarters level addressed to the perpetrator demands redress and has the force of law final about the imposition of damages the country as a base to conduct the execution against goods is a guarantee of sita.
10. Exemption Decision is a decision issued by Mr. RI to demands by the Treasury and Assistant to the compensation demands acquittal of the perpetrator of the alleged conduct of State losses liability to indemnify the State because there is no element of tort either deliberately or negligent.
11. Budget Users hereinafter abbreviated PA is the competent authority responsible for the use of the budget in the neighborhood of the national police.
12. The power of the Budget Users hereinafter referred to as the power of the PA is the officials who received the authority and responsibility of the PA to use the budget delegated to him, in an environment of Police is the head of the unit of work (Kasatker).
13. The State Finances is all the rights and obligations of the State which can be owned by money, and everything good in the form of money or in the form of goods that can be made relating to the implementation of the State-owned and the liabilities.
14. The absolute responsibility of the Affidavits hereinafter called SKTJM, is affidavits stating the ability and/or the recognition of losses of State principals responsible for loss of State happening and willing to indemnify the State in question.
15. The settlement Team Losses the country, hereinafter called TPKN, is a team that is in charge of handling the settlement of losses of State Police Headquarters level appointed by the Kapolri and the cantonal levels delegated to each Kapolda formed on the basis of a warrant.
16. The Ad hoc Team is a team that is formed by the Kasatker and is in charge of helping TPKN in action introduction of State losses in the Satker is concerned.
17. The decision of the determination of the time limit, which is hereinafter referred to as the decision of the PBW is Assistant decision about giving a chance to the alleged offender committing the State to file an objection to the loss or defensiveness over demands to replace the loss of the country.
18. While the imposition of a decision is a decision issued by the Assistant to the National Police Headquarters level or levels to Polda Kapolda addressed to countries that do not disadvantage the offender is willing to sign the SKTJM as the basis to conduct the execution against the goods of sita sita guarantee.
19. The calculation of the Ex Officio is the calculation of the treasures that made/done not by the Treasurer but by officers appointed by the official authorities because the Treasurer fails/not able to make calculations, escape, died or was under a pardon (curatele).
20. Pardon (Curatele) is a situation where the offender does not have a State revenue losses as well as wealth/property/other items that can be used as guarantees to indemnify the State.
21. Pengampu is the person responsible to compensate for the loss of the State done by perpetrators of the country's losses.
22. Registration Decision is a decision of the CPC RI for Treasurer and Assistant for civil servants at national police instead of the alleged perpetrators Treasurer do harm the country about the process of prosecution of cases of loss of State temporarily cannot continue.
23. Civil servants At the national police is a member of the national police and the civil servant (PNS) Police.
Article 2 the purpose of this Regulation: a. as a guide the settlement of damages in State environmental Police; and b. the attainment of security assets of the State and to recover the wealth of the country.

Article 3 principles in this Regulation: a. the legality, namely damages and settlement demands the country carried out in accordance with the regulations;
b. procedural, i.e. settlement damages the State executing, the procedures and conditions set out;
c. accountability, activities and results of the completion of the State's damages must be accounted for; d. transparent, i.e., completion of the State's damages should be implemented explicitly, and open; and e. the objective, namely the implementation of the resolution of the State damages based on the facts, the evidence was found.

CHAPTER II DEMANDS the COUNTRY LOSSES article 4 Losses the State is tort negligent or intentionally done by the Treasurer or civil servants in the Police and/or any third party resulting also reduced money, securities, and BMN.
Article 5 Information known from the State of occurrence of loss results: a. the audit report/inspection of internal and/or external;

b. surveillance and/or notices Kasatker;

c. clarification of public complaints; and/or d. calculation of the ex officio.

Article 6 (1) the perpetrator of a loss the State: a. the Treasurer;

b. civil servants at national police instead of the Treasurer; and c. any third party.
(2) Object state: a. loss of money;

b. Securities; and URc.BMN.
Article 7 (1) of the target State's losses, demands include: a.TP; and URb.TGR. (2) TP as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, performed by the Treasurer.
(3) SE as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, carried out by civil servants in the Police not the Treasurer and/or third parties.
CHAPTER III the SETTLEMENT DEMANDS TEAM LOSSES the COUNTRY article 8 (1) settlement Team, include: URa.tim ad hoc; and b. TPKN.
(2) ad hoc Team may be formed by Kasatker at least 2 (two) days after the occurrence of the loss the country receiving the information, with the following membership: Chair: a. designated officer;


b. the Secretary: the last official function of the Renmin; and c. members: designated officer as much as 1 (one) person.
(3) TPKN formed no later than 7 (seven) days after the occurrence of the loss the country receiving the information and can be put in place within 1 (one) year, by: a. at the level of Assistant National Police Headquarters, with membership as follows: 1. the person in charge: Inspector General oversight of State police of the Republic of Indonesia (Polri Irwasum);
2. Chairman: Inspector Areas Supervisory Inspectorate General of police v. Republic of Indonesia (Polri Itwasum V Irwil);
3. Vice Chair: – I Region IV Inspectorate Inspectorate General supervision of State police of the Republic of Indonesia (Itwil Pore Itwasum I-IV) in the area of radar;
4. Secretary: the head of the quality control section of the Bureau of planning and Administration (Kabagdalmutu Rorenmin) Itwasum the national police;
5. Members: Inspector fields (Irbid)/Auditor Pamen Itwasum police, on the last of the Satker function human resources (HR), Infrastructure (Sarpras), finance, and Security Profession (References), Legal Division (Divkum) of the national police as well as the boss who has the right to Punish (Ankum);
b. Kapolda level Police, with membership as follows: 1. the person in charge, Deputy Head of the regional police force (Wakapolda);

2. Chairman: Inspector Surveillance area (Irwasda);

3. Vice Chair: field operations Inspector/Construction (Irbidops/Irbidbin) in Itwasda;

4. The Secretary of the:P amen on Itwasda;
5. Members: Pamen on last of the Satker function human resources (HR), Infrastructure (Sarpras), finance, and Security Profession (References), Law (Bidkum) as well as the boss who has the right to Punish (Ankum);
Article 9 (1) the duties and responsibilities of the ad hoc Team: a. collect data/information and verification to obtain preliminary evidence incurred losses to the State, include the following: 1. make the news of the proceedings of the cash;

2. register the cash book closure by attaching current account;
3. create a certificate the amount of cash or securities that have not been accounted for, by the Treasurer; 4. match the books that apply appropriate provisions; b. complete the TP are summary condemnation;

c. assessment of the losses of the State; and d. recommend to Kasatker to lay off while the post of Treasurer to complete verification by TPKN.
(2) in writing within 7 (seven) days the ad hoc Team reported the results of the implementation of tasks to Kasatker to be forwarded to: a. the Assistant to the National Police Headquarters level; and b. Kapolda for Police.
Article 10 (1) duties and responsibilities TPKN: a. collect data/information and verification of supporting documents and evidence against the occurrence of the harm the State, include: 1. a news event team ad hoc inspection results;

2. the object of the State losses have not been accounted for;

3. create a certificate of bank balance;

4. copy the book financial records the month concerned containing the existence of shortcomings;

5. make the news event the results of the examination; 6. establish and while proven whether or not incurred losses of the State and the results of the assessment; b. inventory treasures belonging to the Treasurer guarantees settlement of losses of State;

c. menatausahakan completion of the losses of the State; and d. commanded Kasatker to carry out the sale of top assets pledged, by involving the function Sarpras.
(2) report the results of the implementation tasks to: a. the Assistant to the National Police Headquarters level; and b. Kapolda to level Police and forwarded to the Assistant.
(3) The results of the implementation of the tasks referred to in paragraph TPKN (2) reported by the Assistant to MR. RI no later than 7 (seven) working days after the report is received.
CHAPTER IV SETTLEMENT of CLAIMS AGAINST the TREASURY is considered part of the TREASURER the Treasurer that proved detrimental to the Country Paragraph 1 Treasurer who are willing to sign a SKTJM article 11 (1) Treasurer SKTJM, who signed the mandatory surrender the collateral worth of losses to the State, in the form of document TPKN, among others: a. proof of ownership of the goods and/or other wealth on behalf of Treasurer; and b. the power of attorney to sell and/or dilute the goods and/or other riches from the Treasurer.
(2) SKTJM which has been signed by the Treasurer referred to in subsection (1) may not be withdrawn.
(3) Power of attorney to sell and/or dilute the goods and/or property referred to in subsection (1) letter b is declared valid after MR RI decreed Imposition.
Article 12 (1) the indemnity by the State Treasurer, made in cash and deposited into the State Treasury at least 40 (forty) days counted since signed SKTJM.
(2) TPKN mandatory return the proof of ownership of the goods and/or power of attorney to sell the Treasurer after the Treasurer performs State indemnity.
Article 13 (1) the Treasurer may sell and/or disburse the pledged property as referred to in article 11 paragraph (1) after obtaining the consent of and under the supervision of TPKN.
(2) In case there are advantages over the sale of assets, then returned to the Treasurer of concerned, either in the form of money or goods.
Article 14 in case the Treasurer does not have a property for sale or sale proceeds are insufficient to penggatian State losses, then seek refund losses TPKN country through cuts of at least 50% (fifty percent) of the revenue each month until it is paid off.

Article 15 (1) TPKN reported the results of the completion of the country's losses to the Kapolri by attaching SKTJM or affidavit is willing to indemnify the State.
(2) Assistant tells the results of settlement of losses to the country of the CPC RI by attaching SKTJM or affidavit is willing to indemnify the State, at least 7 (seven) days from receiving the report from TPKN.
Paragraph 2 Treasurer Who is not willing to sign the SKTJM article 16 (1) completion of the TP against Treasurer who is not willing to sign the SKTJM, for a period of 7 (seven) days, the temporary imposition of Decisions published the Kapolri to concerned and forwarded to the CPC RI.
(2) While the imposition of decisions as referred to in paragraph (1) has the legal power to do sita guarantee.
(3) Implementation of sita the guarantee referred to in paragraph (2) is submitted to the authorized Assistant Kasatker doing foreclosures at least 7 (seven) days after publication of the imposition of the provisional Decision. (4) Implementation of sita assurance conducted in accordance with Statutory Regulations.
(5) TPKN reported the results of the implementation of the sita guarantees at least 7 (seven) days to the Assistant, who then forwarded to MR RI by attaching a photocopy of proof of ownership of wealth on behalf of the Treasurer are concerned.
Paragraph 3 of decision setting of time limits article 17 (1) the decision Deadline Assignment published by Mr. RI if: URa.BPK RI did not receive reports of the results of the verification of kerugiannegara of Assistant; and/or b. upon notification Assistant about the Treasurer not willing to carry out the SKTJM.
(2) The decision of the determination of the time limit referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the recorder via Kasatker with furnished proof in the form of the receipt of the Treasurer with copy to TPKN.
(3) The receipt of the Treasurer as referred to in paragraph (2) is submitted to CPC RI via Kasatker no later than 3 (three) working days since the decision Deadline Assignment accepted Treasurer.
Article 18 (1) the Treasurer may file objections over the decision Deadline Assignment to MR. RI no later than fourteen (14) business days counted from the date of receipt of the decision of the fixing of the time limit.
(2) Treasurer pending from MR. RI over objection filed as mentioned in subsection (1), for 6 (six) months since accepted MR RI.
(3) Objections received by the Treasurer MR RI, Treasurer reported to Kasatker by indicating decisions receipt of MR. RI.
(4) Objection rejected by Treasurer MR RI, Treasurer reported to Kasatker by indicating the rejection decision from MR RI.
(5) Within a period of 6 (six) months since he received the submission of the objection referred to in subsection (1), MR RI does not issue a decision on the objection lodged an objection, then the Treasurer the Treasurer is declared admissible.
Article 19 (1) the decision of Imposition is a decision issued by MR. RI submitted to the Treasurer through Kasatker with copy to the Assistant if: a. the time period for filing the objection referred to in article 17 has been exceeded and the Treasurer does not pose the objection; b. the Treasurer submits objections but rejected; or c. has exceeded the period of 40 (forty) days from SKTJM signed, but the loss of the State have not changed completely.
(2) The imposition of decisions as referred to in subsection (1) is final and binding.
Article 20 (1) based on the decision of the Imposition of the CPC RI, Treasurer of the State is obligated to indemnify by way of deposit in cash to the Treasury for a period of at least 7 (seven) days as of receipt of the Decision since the imposition.
(2) In the event that the Treasurer has indemnify the State in cash, then the property that had been confiscated was returned to the question.
Article 21 (1) decisions of the Imposition has the force of law for the implementation of sita's execution.
(2) If within a period of 7 (seven) days as stipulated in article 5 paragraph (1) has been exceeded and the Treasurer does not indemnify the State in cash, TPKN filed requests to Kasatker authorized to conduct a foreclosure and auction sales over wealth Treasurer.
(3) During the auction process was implemented, cutting by 50% (fifty percent) of the salary of the Treasurer received each month until paid off.
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Implementation of the seizure and sale and/or auction as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (2), after coordinating with the Office of the Ministry of State Wealth and auction (KPKNL) to do a foreclosure and sale and/or auction.

Paragraph 4 the Treasurer is not able to resolve the State's Loss of article 23 (1) when the Treasurer does not have a property for sale or sale proceeds are insufficient to State indemnity, then Assistant seeking a refund of the losses the country through cuts of at least 50% (fifty percent) of the revenue each month until it is paid off.
(2) When retired Treasurer, then in the certificate of payment of earnings (SKPP) noted that question still has a debt to the State.
Article 24 (1) the resolution of the country's losses as set forth in article 11 to article 23, applies to the loss calculation based on known State ex officio.
(2) When the rights/pengampu/heir willing to indemnify the State voluntarily, then the relevant make and sign an affidavit is willing to indemnify the State as surrogate SKTJM.
(3) The value of losses of State that can be charged to obtain the pengampu//beneficiary is limited to the wealth that he has managed or originating from the Treasurer.
The second part of spending and elimination of Losses of State Article 25 in terms of the Treasurer of the escape and its existence is unknown and there is no family, the Treasurer passed away or unknown heirs of its existence so that it cannot be processed state indemnity settlement, then: a. Kasatker complete the administration of the last domicile affidavit RT/RW/Wards; and b. Kasatker via a petition for filing TPKN team to be able to publish the decisions of the recording to the CPC RI.
Article 26 Assistant delivered the report to the CPC implementing Decision about RI Imposition with evidence enclosed setor to State Treasury for the published recommendations repayment by Mr. RI.

The third part of the Treasurer Are Not proven to be detrimental to the State Treasurer who is Against article 27 is not proven to be detrimental to the country, MR RI publishes the decisions of State Indemnity Exemptions to remove and removed from the list of State losses.

CHAPTER v. SETTLEMENT of CLAIMS for DAMAGES AGAINST PUBLIC SERVANTS on the POLICE is NOT the TREASURER Article 28 (1) completion of SE against civil servants in the Police instead of the Treasurer, is done based on the results of a report from the Kasatker forwarded to TPKN.
(2) Kasatker referred to in subsection (1) establish and assign ad hoc team.
(3) Ad hoc teams as referred to in paragraph (2) promptly study and verify the magnitude of losses to the State.
(4) In the event that an ad hoc team set: a. not proven incurred losses to the State, then the Chairman of the ad hoc team on behalf of the Kasatker publish a decision of Exemption State Indemnities; and b. the existence of proven loss of State, then the Chairman of the ad hoc team on behalf of the Kasatker publish the decision of the State to resolve the Loss of load losses of the country through SKTJM.
Article 29 (1) of the civil servants on the Police is not the Treasurer signed SKTJM, mandatory hand over State losses totaling guarantees to TPKN, attaching: a. proof of ownership of the goods and/or other wealth on behalf of civil servants in the Police instead of Treasurer; and b. the power of attorney to sell and/or dilute the goods and/or other wealth of civil servants at the national police instead of the Treasurer.
(2) SKTJM which has been signed by a civil servant at the national police instead of the Treasurer as referred to in paragraph (1) may not be withdrawn.
(3) Power of attorney to sell and/or dilute the goods and/or property referred to in subsection (1) letter b is declared valid after publication of the imposition of Decisions.
Article 30 (1) completion of SE by civil servants in the Police instead of the Treasurer as stipulated in article 28 paragraph (1), made in cash and deposited into the State Treasury at least 40 (forty) days counted since signed SKTJM.
(2) When SKTJM signed and returned the country's losses in installment, Kasatker warrant issued the pay cuts to the Treasurer of the Satker pay cuts to do the longest 24 (twenty-four) months.
(3) Kasatker mandatory return the proof of ownership of the goods and/or power of attorney to sell to public servants on national police instead of the Treasurer, after civil servants in the Police is not the Treasurer performs settlement loss State.
(4) Kasatker report on the implementation of SKTJM to TPKN.
Article 31 (1) Kasatker can sell and/or disburse the pledged property as referred to in article 29 paragraph (3) after approval TPKN.
(2) In case there are advantages over the sale of assets, then returned to the civil servants at the national police instead of the Treasurer is concerned, either in the form of money or goods.
Article 32 in terms of civil servants at the national police instead of the Treasurer does not have a property for sale or sale proceeds are insufficient to penggatian State losses, then seek refund losses TPKN country through cuts of at least 50% (fifty percent) of salary each month until it is paid off.

Article 33 (1) decisions of the Imposition is a decision issued by Assistant delivered to civil servants at the national police through Kasatker with furnished proof setor to the State Treasury from the civil servants are not the Treasurer on the national police and the effluent to TPKN.
(2) Publication of the Decree the imposition, if: a. the time period for filing the objection referred to in article 30 has been exceeded and the civil servants at the national police did not file an objection; and b. have exceeded the period of 40 (forty) days from SKTJM signed, but the loss of the State have not changed completely.
(3) The imposition of decisions as referred to in subsection (1) is final and binding.
Article 34 (1) of the civil servants on the Police not to cause harm that State Treasurer may file objections/defense in writing no later than fourteen (14) working days since the receipt of the decision of the Imposition by attaching evidence.
(2) Objection/pleadings referred to in subsection (1) is addressed to Kasatker.
(3) Kasatker filed an objection/pleadings referred to in subsection (2) to the Assistant at the level of the National Police Headquarters and Police on a level with Kapolda effluent TPKN.
Article 35 (1) of the civil servants at the national police pending the imposition of Assistant over the objections lodged.
(2) In case of objection/pleadings referred to in subsection (1) is accepted, then the Assistant to the exemption decision issued the civil servants on the Police is concerned.
(3) In case of objection/pleadings referred to in subsection (1) is refused, then the Assistant publishing decisions to the imposition of civil servants in the Police is concerned.
(4) Publication of the Decree of liberation and the imposition of Decisions at least thirty (30) working days since the letter of objection/pleadings submitted accepted.
Article 36 When civil servants at national police instead of the retired Treasurer, then in the certificate of payment of earnings (SKPP) noted that question still has a debt to the State.

CHAPTER VI SETTLEMENT of CLAIMS for DAMAGES AGAINST THIRD PARTIES Article 37 (1) completion of SE to a third party, is conducted based on the results of verification to establish the ad hoc Team going or whether the loss of the country.
(2) In the event that an ad hoc team set: a. not proven incurred losses to the State, then the Chairman of the ad hoc team on behalf of the Assistant publishing Decision the exemption of State Indemnity; and b. the existence of proven loss of State, then the Chairman of the ad hoc team on behalf of the Assistant to publish the decision of the State to resolve the Loss of load losses of the country through SKTJM.
(3) An ad hoc team to intervene in order for third parties to make and sign the SKTJM later than 7 (seven) days after publication of the imposition of Decisions.
(4) State indemnity by a third party, done in cash, with the terms: a. deposited into the State Treasury through the Satker Treasurer no later than 40 (forty) days from SKTJM signed; and b. when the third party has indemnify countries listed in the decision, the imposition of ad hoc team return the proof of ownership of goods and wealth/power of Attorney and other selling.
(5) If within a period of 7 (seven) days of third parties are not willing to sign the SKTJM, completion of the losses the country filed for criminal proceedings and/or civil suit legislation.
(6) An ad hoc team to report to the State loss settlement results TPKN through SKTJM at least 7 (seven) working days by attaching proof of the setor to the State Treasury.
CHAPTER VII ASSESSMENT of STATE INDEMNITY Clause 38 assessment of the country's losses in the form of money and securities, namely: a. the value of the lost; and b. of the difference less contained in accounting and/or other notes.

Article 39 (1) an assessment of the country's losses in the form of BMN adapted to: a. type of BMN;

b. categorization BMN; and c. the classification of BMN.
(2) BMN assessment, namely: a. the assessment for the goods not moving aside of land and chattels in addition to weaponry, tool as follows: 1. in accordance with the price gains that are listed on the application REFER to the BMN without shrinkage;
2. the BMN has not been established his acquisition price, then: a) the amount of the value of the damages set forth based on local market price against similar BMN without shrinkage;
the BMN pengadaannya b) using foreign currency, then the amount of the value of damages set by using the exchange rates prevailing at the time of the occurrence of the loss of the State; and c) for motor vehicles (Ranmor), great value losses set by price gains in CHECK OUT BMN;

b. for the goods not moving land assessed in accordance with the prevailing market price in the region of the assets;
c. to the chattels be tools of weaponry and ammunition, are rated 10 (ten) times of the price of the acquisition; and d. to the other chattels, if not in price gains REFER to the BMN assessed according the prevailing market price in the region of the assets are located.
CHAPTER VIII LAPSE of article 40 (1) the liability of the perpetrators of the country's losses as referred to in article 6 paragraph (1) to indemnify the State be expired if: a. the prosecution indemnity is not done within 5 (five) years since he knew the loss of the State; or b. within 8 (eight) years from the occurrence of the loss of the State done in not prosecution damages.
(2) the responsibility of the beneficiary/pengampu/acquire rights of Treasurer becomes clear in terms of: a. 3 (three) years has elapsed since a court decision establishing the pardon to the Treasurer; or b. Since Treasurer known fled or died is not notified by the Kasatker of the country's losses.
CHAPTER IX SETTLEMENT of LOSSES of STATE ADMINISTRATION Article 41 (1) Administrsi settlement of losses to the State, include the following: a. the activity report of the team demands the country losses each penahapan implementation of complete loss of the State;
b. notice of the occurrence of a lack of money or goods and attach: 1. news of the proceedings and the closure of the cash book/warehouse BMN; and 2. news of the proceedings and the assessment of property belonging to the perpetrators of the country's losses.
c. decision of the conclusion of the State losses;
d. Absolute Liability Certificate (SKTJM) to the perpetrators of the country's losses: 1. a letter of approval of the realisation of the implementation of the absolute responsibility of the affidavits;

2. the power of attorney to sell and/or dilute the goods and/or wealth; 3. Affidavit and willing to Indemnify the State (SPKBMKN) to the beneficiary/pengampu/acquire rights to indemnify the State. e. warrant pay cuts;

f. certificate heir/pengampu or acquiring rights;

g. Decision the imposition of temporary;

h. the decision Deadline Assignment submission of objections;

i. decision of the imposition of losses of State;

j. report of the results of settlement of losses of State;

k. Registration Decision; and b. a decision of exemption State indemnity.
(2) The format of the report, the letter and the decision referred to in subsection (1) are listed in the annex which is part an integral part of this regulation.
CHAPTER X miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 42 (1) Demands the completion of State indemnity by the subject of the Treasurer and the civil servants on the Police is not the Treasurer does not remove sanctions Police profession code of ethics and/or criminal sanctions according legislation.
(2) Kasatker that does not implement the resolution of the country's losses may be subjected to appropriate sanctions legislation.
CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 43 at the time these regulations come into force, then: a. administrative instructions No. Pol: Jukmin/13/III/1993 regarding the demands of the Repertory and Demands punitive damages in the neighborhood of the national police; and b. implementation of regulations relating to the settlement of State indemnity.

revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 44 of the regulation this Assistant comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations Assistant with this placement is in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on July 30, 2013, HEAD of the INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE, East PRADOPO GENERAL POLICE Enacted in Jakarta on August 6, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();