State Police Regulations No. 5 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Kepolisian Negara Nomor 5 Tahun 2011

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Microsoft Word-bn318-2011 REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 318, 2011 at INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE. The Interpol Network. Network Of Aseanapol. The use of. REGULATION of the HEAD of STATE POLICE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 5 in 2011 ABOUT the USE of the INTERPOL NETWORK (I-24/7) and ASEANAPOL CHAIN (e-ADS) in INDONESIA with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of STATE POLICE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the progress of science and technology in the era of globalization, besides the very influential towards the speed of information flow that makes the world seem without limits (borderless), also very negatively influential on the development of national crime , regional and international; b. that the development of crime nationally, regionally and internationally so soon has encouraged countries and agencies to increase cooperation in the field of exchange of information and data via communications network I-24/7 and e-ADS; 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 use of the Interpol Network (I-24/7) and Aseanapol Chain (e-ADS) in Indonesia; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 2 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 4286); 2. Law number 11 Year 2008 of the information and electronic transactions (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 58 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4928); 3. The resolution of the General Assembly of ICPO-Interpol No. 2 of 2002 on Interpol Global Communication System 24/7; 4. the Memorandum of Understanding of the Aseanapol Database System, on 27 May 1998. Decide: define: REGULATION of the HEAD of the INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE on the USE of the INTERPOL NETWORK (I-24/7) and ASEANAPOL CHAIN (e-ADS) in INDONESIA. 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 society, enforce the law, as well as provide protection, shelter and service to the community in the framework of the rights of security in the country. 2. The I-24/7 global communications network is INTERPOL (Interpol's Global Police Communications System) that works for 24 (twenty four) hours a day and seven days a week, which is used as a means of information exchange between Member States of the ICPO-Interpol is fast, precise, accurate and secure. 3. The Electronic ASEANAPOL Database System hereinafter abbreviated e-ADS is a database system built upon the agreement of the ASEAN Chief of police as a means of information exchange/criminal intelligence between Member States in the framework of ASEANAPOL to tackle International crime cooperation/transnational, particularly in ASEAN. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 3183 4. The user is given the authority to access the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS, include National Central Bereau (NCB-Interpol) Indonesia, the National Police Headquarters in the neighborhood of Satker, a unit of the national police and other law enforcement agencies who are members of the coordination team of Interpol. 5. User Account hereinafter abbreviated as UA is the user name and password that was given to a user who has permissions to use the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS. 6. User Profile is a user profile that contains about UA and user permissions to the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS. 7. Access Rights are granted to users to access and process data on a network I-24/7 network and e-ADS in accordance with the provisions of the International Criminal Police Organitation (ICPO-Interpol) and ASEANAPOL, bounded by the authority and the role they are given. 8. National Security Officer hereinafter abbreviated as NSO is NCB officials appointed as Administrator I-24/7 that were given the authority to manage the network I-24/7 in NCB-Interpol Indonesia. 9. The Supervisor is the official authorized by the NSO to undertake monitoring, evaluation systems and create an audit trail as well as distribute it to users. 10. System Administrator is the official authorized to conduct operational network system settings and database as well as the equipment of information technology (it) among others. 11. Site Manager is officer in charge of the operational network I-24/7 and e-ADS on its territory. 12. the Audit Trail is the process of monitoring the use of the network I-24/7 or e-ADS that contain the statistics logging, data entry and database searching records conducted by the user. 13. Interpol is the E-mail Account e-mail address with a domain interpol.go.id given to users and site managers. 14. Notices internationally notification was issued by the ICPO-Interpol containing the note information in accordance with the kind of Notice that is available in the network I-24/7. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 4 15. E-mail is the electronic transmission of information through a mail protocol. 16. Demilitary Zone that henceforth abbreviated to DMZ firewall for security configuration is local area network hereinafter abbreviated to LANS. 5. Diffusion is shipping information search criminal suspects ' requests for assistance, a person associated with a criminal, victim, witness, or missing person people died throughout the country members of ICPO-Interpol. 18. Digital Subscriber Line hereinafter abbreviated DSL is a form of internet technology, where data ditransferkan in different speeds from one side to the other. 19. Virtual Private Network hereinafter abbreviated to VPN access telecommunications services closed user group support services for voice, data and/or video. 20. The Dashboard is your homepage to access data or information from the network I-24/7 and e-ADS. 21. The Interpol Secretariat General which subsequently abbreviated IPSG ICPO Interpol headquarters is based in Lyon, France. Article 2 the purpose of this Regulation: a. as a the guidelines and instructions in the use of the network I-24/7 and e-ADS to obtain service information; b. realization of uniformity of the pairing procedure, use, security, and network system of the I-24/7 and e-ADS as well as explaining the Information in more detail; and c. are invited, the use of the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS consistently controlled and appropriate mechanisms and procedures in force. Article 3 principles in this Regulation: a. accountability, i.e. the use of systems, data, and network I-24/7 network and e-ADS can be accounted for; b. utility, that optimize the use of and utilization of systems, data, and network I-24/7 network and e-ADS; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 3185 c. clarity of purpose, namely the use of the available data on the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS must be clear and limited for the purposes of law enforcement; d. aplikabel, i.e. the use of systems, information, and data network I-24/7 network and e-ADS can help in law enforcement for users; and e. effectiveness and efficiency, i.e. the use of the network I-24/7 and e-ADS network more secure, fast, accurate, and inexpensive. CHAPTER II NETWORK INTERPOL I-24/7 Technology Architecture is considered part of the I-24/7 article 4 (1) of the exchange of information and data, Interpol using a closed network systems architecture that connects the entire Member States of Interpol through database based in the Secretariat General of ICPO-Interpol Lyon, France. (2) the system architecture of closed networks as referred to in paragraph (1) an encrypted internet-based technology and is equipped with a security system user. The second part I-network devices 24/7 article 5 (1) network device Interpol I-24/7 consists of: a. the hardware; b. software; and c. the network system. (2) Hardware as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a include the following: a. an Internet-capable computer; b. one printer connected to one or more computers; c. one scanner connected to a computer; d. the VPN devices; and e. the server. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318, 6 (3) Software as intended in paragraph (1) letter b include the following: a. operating system using the latest version of the operating system that is recommended; b. the browser using the browser's latest version recommended; c. office software tools using the latest version of office software tools are recommended; d. antivirus; and e. remote maintenance is provided through remote management from the IPSG, via VPN. (4) network system as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. connection network I-24/7 in Indonesia using the intranet network Police; b. access network using DSL or leased line to a local Internet provider; c. use the option VPN DMZ equipment; and d. network system for connections outside the Police using a Secure Online Network (SON). Article 6 (1) of the Server as mentioned in article 4 paragraph (2) letter e is the recommended technology equipment. (2) for reasons of safety, NCB-Interpol Indonesia connection with other law enforcement agencies should be through the architecture of the DMZ on the VPN. The third part App I-24/7 article 7 types of applications available in the network I-24/7 includes the following: a. database applications; b. the dashboard; c. interpol Notice; and d. webmail. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2011 No. 3187 article 8 Database applications as referred to in article 7 letter a include: a. nominal information (photographs, fingerprints, Notices, etc.); b. the fraudulent payment cards; c. stolen motor vehicles (SMV), with update and cancel options; d. stolen administrative documents; e. stolen or lost travel and identity documents (SLTD); f. stolen and recovered works of art; g. automatic fingerprint identification system (AFIS); and h. DNA Gateway, Interpol's a database of DNA profiles. Article 9 (1) the Dashboard as referred to in article 7 letter b, among others, include information about the profile of Interpol, the international crime, news, database, regional and international activities of Interpol. (2) the Dashboard is accessible in 4 languages, namely Arabic, United Kingdom, France, and Spain. (3) the Dashboard can be used to obtain: a. information and data available in the dashboard to read, upload, and downloaded by users; and b. information relevant to users ' needs, which will appear on the monitor screen automatically in accordance with the request. (4) Data/information used in accordance with the provisions of the dashboard of ICPO-Interpol. (5) the management dashboard is setting the access rights for National Security Officer (NSO) to users. Article 10 the Interpol Notice referred to in article 7 letter c covers: a. red Notice, the Notice is used as an Interpol notice to all Member countries of the Interpol about the efforts of the search and the arrest of the suspect/accused or convicted person to diekstradisikan; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 8 b. blue Notice, the Notice is used as an Interpol notice to all Member countries of the Interpol about the collection and dissemination of information related to the identity of a person who has committed a criminal offence; c. green Notice, the Notice is used as a warning to all Interpol member countries of Interpol about the perpetrators of the crime will likely be similar crimes in other countries; d. a yellow Notice, the Notice is used as an Interpol notice to all Member countries of the Interpol about the missing person or identify the person who does not know himself (lost memory); e. black Notice, the Notice is used as an Interpol notice to all Member countries of Interpol information about the discovery of the bodies of unknown identity/unidentified; f. orange Notice, Interpol Notice is used as a notification to all Member countries of the Interpol about a warning to police, public institutions and other related international organizations the possibility of secret weapons threats, the package bombs and other malicious objects; g. stolen works of art in the Notice, the Notice is used as an Interpol notice to all Member countries of the Interpol about the search efforts of cultural objects or art objects of value were stolen or to identify objects that are found in suspicious circumstances; and h. UN Special Notice, the Notice is used as an Interpol notice to all Member countries of the Interpol about the involvement of AL-Qaeda terrorism network at the request of the United Nations. Article 11 (1) Webmail I-24/7 as referred to in article 7 letter d connected between ICPO-Interpol Secretariat General with the NCB-Interpol Indonesia, and between a NCB-Interpol NCB-Interpol Indonesia with other countries. (2) Webmail I-24/7 aim to accelerate and facilitate the exchange of information in a safe, appropriate and accurate in handling problems related to crime, law enforcement and police services. (3) Email network I-24/7 use private network I-24/7 with the domain igcs.int. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 3189 CHAPTER III ASEANAPOL NETWORK e-ADS section of the Union of architecture Technology e-ADS article 12 (1) network information system e-ADS-based internet was built upon the agreement of the Member States using the Aseanapol network I-24/7, with a database based on the Singapore police force. (2) Database stored on e-ADS can share to the I-24/7 upon approval of the owner of the data. (3) Filling the database I-24/7 system can be made via Interpol e-ADS include: a. travel documents are stolen or reported lost/stolen and lost travel document (SLTD); b. vehicles stolen/stolen motor vehicle (SMV); and c. a person's crime data/nominal data. The second part of the e-network device ADS Article 13 (1) the e-ADS the same as devices in the I-24/7 according the agreement Secretariat ICPO-Interpol with ASEANAPOL. (2) network e-ADS using the facilities of the network I-24/7. The third part App e-ADS Section 14 application Module are available in the e-network ADS include: a. the Aseanapol database; b. forum; c. document and image; d. report; e. other; f. publication; and g. Member's sites. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 10 Article 15 Aseanapol database as referred to in article 2 letter a include: a. person, contains short biographies of people involved in crimes of cross country (transnational crime); b. the offence, contains about the types of crimes that include: Murder/culpable homicide, Kidnapping for ransom, Arms explosive offenses &, Drug trafficking, Commercial and financial offenses, Maritime offenses, Rape, Robbery, Housebreaking and theft, Motor vehicle theft, Smuggling, Crimes involving syndicates/gangs/secret societies, Terrorism, Pedophilia, Corruption, Illegal Logging, Environmental crimes, Trafficking in persons, and other crimes agreed by ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Transnational Crimes (AMMTC); c. syndicate, containing information on the intelligence about a syndicate into the interests of Aseanapol and Interpol; d. modus operandi, contains information about how to commit crimes that have implications for cross country and become the interest of Aseanapol and Interpol; e. stolen property, with information about the theft of historic art objects (works of art), the wealth of the country (national treasures), cultural heritage (cultural artefacts) and other property; f. maritime offence, contains information of intelligence about crimes at sea, such as piracy, smuggling and maritime fraud; g. stolen motor vehicle (SMV), contain information about the theft and smuggling of motor vehicles; h. Stolen and Lost Travel Document (SLTD), contains information about the data travel documents reported lost or stolen.; i. the nominal data contain information about personal data (personal information) of the person sought, published on Interpol's "red Notice". Article 16 (1) personal information as stipulated in article 15 letter a at the lack of covering name, sex, age, nationality, address, physical identity such as skin color, face shape, eye color, shape of the eyes. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31811 (2) person Data can be associated with other data, such as: a. a Wanted Person, when that person becomes the object of wanted for being involved in a serious crime; b. the Person Arrested, if the offender is sought has already arrested; and c. the Missing Person, when that person was reported missing. (3) data is syndicated as stipulated in article 15 of the letters c, carried out by the user contains the names of the perpetrators of crime syndicate either national or international syndicate. Article 17 (1) of the Forum referred to in Article 14 and the letter b is used as a discussion and sharing of information between the user who operates e-ADS. (2) Forum is used in connection with the operation of the e-ADS and task of police/law enforcement, not used for personalized information. Article 18 (1) Document and Image as stipulated in article 2 letter c contains documents and images to share information with other members of Aseanapol. (2) documents can be in the form of regulations or provisions, training manuals, system-related documents e-ADS, and others. (3) the size of the document or image contained no more than 300 kilobytes. Article 19 (1) the Report referred to in Article 14 d contains information on data that has already been made of all users, which can be viewed by all levels of users. (2) personal information is Data about suspects or people involved in the case who have been recorded in the database of e-ADS can be viewed and updated in accordance with the development of the case. (3) the information published in the audit trail Report to the monitoring and evaluation of the use of e-ADS. Article 20 (1) of the Other as stipulated in article 2 letter e contains information about the profile, levels and access rights of user in e-ADS. (2) the user's profile as referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least the username, country of origin, user levels, and access rights. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2011, no. 318 12 of article 21 (1) the Publication referred to in Article 2 letter f contains information such as: a. the important events; b. News print and electronic media that are actual; and c. the story of success in handling cases (success story). (2) the information referred to in subsection (1) longest-loaded 6 (six) months and are automatically erased after a time limit is exceeded the loading. (3) publication file size no more than 1000 kilobytes. (4) the data for publication is done by the system administrator. Section 22 (1) the Member's sites as stipulated in article 2 letter g load profile website each member country ASEANAPOL. (2) the form of the appearance and content of the site, turned over entirely to each Member State and for the loading of ASEANAPOL on e-ADS done by System Security Administrator (SSA). CHAPTER IV INTRANET network devices is considered part of the NATIONAL POLICE Article 23 (1) units of work in the neighborhood Police and cantonal units that will access the network I-24/7 and e-ADS, using the Police intranet. (2) the connection of the satker workstations/satwil using the intranet network Police to access the I-24/7 and/or e-ADS through the NCB-Interpol Indonesia gateway. (3) management of NCB-Interpol Indonesia gateway and the connection to the database I-24/7 Lyon France and e-ADS Singapore implemented by NCB-Interpol Indonesia. (4) the management of the intranet network of the national police was carried out by Police and Bid IT Div TI Polda. (5) for access to the network I-24/7 and e-ADS, the user must do a VPN tunneling to the NCB-Interpol Indonesia. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31813 second part Webmail Interpol section 24 (1) Webmail Interpol Indonesia uses the domain name interpol.go.id. (2) the Interpol Indonesia Webmail can be accessed via the public internet network or VPN network I-24/7. (3) the purpose of the building of webmail Interpol Indonesia to speed up and simplify the exchange of information in a secure and flexible in dealing with the problems of policing and law enforcement users of I-24/7 and e-ADS Indonesia. (4) the User is the I-24/7 and e-ADS mandatory use email interpol.go.id to receive and send information from and to the NCB-Interpol Indonesia. (5) Webmail Interpol Indonesia is used for sending and receiving information related to use of the network I-24/7 and e-network ADS as well as activities related to international police cooperation and law enforcement. (6) the Interpol Indonesia Webmail can be accessed from the website www.interpol.go.id using the recommended software. Chapter V USER NETWORK I-24/7 NETWORK and E-ADS is considered part of the Classification Article 25 User network I-24/7 network and e-ADS classified as follows: a. the NSO; b. system administrators; c. NCB Contact Officer; d. the supervisor; e. site manager; and f. the operator. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 14 Article 26 (1) of the NSO as stipulated in article 25 letters a instrumental: a. as contact NCB-Interpol Indonesia officer in the management of the network I-24/7 in Indonesia; b. as a security administrator network I-24/7; and c. as system administrator network I-24/7. (2) the NSO in carrying out the role referred to in paragraph (1) has the duty and authority to: a. inform the Secretary General of the ICPO Interpol with regard to the management of the network I-24/7; b. provide training to the user in the use of the network I-24/7 and e-ADS; c. to monitor and evaluate the use of the network I-24/7 and e-ADS; d. enforce regulations and standards in the use of the Interpol network I-24/7 and e-ADS; e. create and delete user account network I-24/7 and e-ADS; f. giving access rights to user network I-24/7 and e-ADS; and g. guarantee and safeguard the security of the network system I-24/7 and e-ADS. (3) the NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia Upon replacing Part of international communications (Kabagkominter) Divhubinter Police set out upon the decision of the Assistant. Article 27 (1) the System Administrator as stipulated in article 25 letter b has the duty and authority to: a. administer user; b. maintain and operationalize the system IT; c. maintain the security of the network I-24/7 and e-ADS; d. develop access network I-24/7 and e-ADS; e. provide access rights to e-network ADS to a user with confirm to the Director an application in Singapore; and f. make a proposal for the development of the system and upgrade hardware and software. (2) the System Administrator set with Warrant Assistant. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31815 Article 28 (1) the NCB Contact Officer as referred to in article 25 of the letter c has the duty and authority to: a. receive and give service to the information submitted by a user of the Satker/Satwil and other law enforcement agencies; and b. receive and give service to the information transmitted by the NCB-Interpol in other countries. (2) Media Contact NCB Communications Officer I-24/7 operates 24 hours a day and seven days a week through: a. email: ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id; b. fax: 021-7201402 021-7269203 and; c. telephone: 021-7218467, 021-72,798,261 021-7218609 and; d. Office address (delivery by mail): International Relations Division of the national police, the building Floor 11, TNCC Trunojoyo Road 3, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta,,12110 e. NCB-Interpol Indonesia website: http://www.interpol.go.id. Article 29 (1) of the Supervisor as referred to in article 25 letter d has the duty and authority to: a. create, read, modify, and delete data; b. implement administrative policies and procedures of data according to agreement in ADSTC; c. submits a request to the service ADSTC; d. request to make and revoke user account to the NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia and update user profile; e. request creation/modification/deletion of code table to SSA in Singapore; f. carry out audit trail network usage weekly e-ADS and distribute via email to the user Interpol, site manager, NSO and administrators; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 4 g. report quarterly to the NSO and SA data and statistics about the use of e-ADS; h. propose the creation of a user account to the NSO and SA; and i propose to the NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia to suspend and revoke access rights user who does not use his user account is more than 3 months, abusing e-ADS or other reasons that Aseanapol Chief of police agreed. (2) the Supervisor assigned by Assistant Warrant. Article 30 (1) Site Manager as stipulated in article 25 of the letter e on duty: a. conduct surveillance against operasionalisasi network I-24/7 and e-ADS, particularly regarding the activity of the user (login, charging among other data and utilization system (searching the database)); b. reviewing the audit trail of the supervisor delivered via e-mail in order to increase the activity of the user; and c. make monthly reports about the activity of the use of the system I-24/7 and e-ADS to Kasatker/Kasatwil CC Kadivhubinter Secretary of the u.p. Police NCB-Interpol Indonesia via email Interpol.go.id (ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id). (2) the Site Manager position was ex officio by: a. the National Police Headquarter level: 1. Bareskrim Police by the Director of the Special Economic II; 2. Baintelkam the national police by the Director of internal security; 3. Baharkam by the Director of the national police Polair; and 4. Police Korlantas by Kabidregident; b. cantonal level: 1. Director General Reskrim; 2. The Director of the Special Reskrim; 3. The Director of the Drug; 4. The Director of the Intelkam; 5. Director of Polair; and 6. The Director Then. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31817 (3) Site Manager at law enforcement agencies outside the Police appointed by the concerned agencies. (4) the Site Manager in a law enforcement agency outside the national police on duty: a. conduct surveillance against operasionalisasi network I-24/7 and e-ADS, particularly regarding activities of users (among others login, data and utilization system (searching the database)); b. reviewing the audit trail of the supervisor delivered via e-mail in order to increase the activity of the user; and c. make monthly reports on the activities of the use of the I-24/7 and e-ADS to the leadership of the institution with copy Kadivhubinter Police. (5) the access rights Site Manager: a. obtain service information about the database I-24/7 and e-ADS through I-24/7 and e-ADS; and b. coordination with the supervisors about the changing of the user I-requests 24/7 and e-ADS and things related the use of the two systems. Article 31 the Operator as referred to in article 25 letter f has the duty and authority to: a. conduct the input data against an existing database on the network I-24/7 and e-ADS-related crimes and international/transnational; b. provide results of searching data officer/leadership of the satker/satwil/agencies respectively; c. information from NCB-Interpol Indonesia sent via e-mail to officials/leadership of the satker/satwil/agencies respectively associated with the use of the network I-24/7 and e-ADS as well as in the framework of law enforcement and policing tasks; and d. request the publication of the Notice from the investigators to the NCB-Interpol Indonesia using e-mail. The second part of the rights and obligations of paragraphs 1 User on the network I-24/7 and e-ADS Article 32 (1) User access rights on the network I-24/7: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2011, no. 318 18 a. database access Integrated Automatic Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), DNA, a Wanted Person, Notice, Disaster Victim Identification (DVI), SMV, SLTD, Travel Document Associated With Notice (TDAWN), administrative documents, stolen and recovered stolen works of art, of fraudulent payment cards, nominal information (photographs, fingerprints, Notices, etc.); and b. the dashboard to access the I-24/7. (2) the right User permissions on the network e-ADS include: a. Basic Access Rights, i.e. the user can only read the Homepage, Forum, Documents, Images and Publication, and is not able to access the module's database and System Administration; b. Screening Local, i.e. the user can only perform searching to local data and can not do modifications and delete data on the data of other users; c. Screening Overseas, that user can searching the State data to the other and not given ASEANAPOL right to do modification and delete the data on the data state of the Aseanapol; d. Data Entry Owner, i.e. the user can only create, read, modify your own data in the local database; e. Data Entry and Others, namely, user has the permissions to create, read, and modify their own data, as well as read and modify other user created data in local databases. Article 33 (1) User to access the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS through the Police intranet network with given login identifier and password VPN on a workstation. (2) the VPN Password created by NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia and will be distributed as well as changed every three (3) months. (2) a Login Identifier and a password have the following conditions: a. the user has permissions to the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS after being given a user account and password; b. password is made at least 8 (eight) character, which is a mixture of letters and numbers (alphanumeric); c. valid password for 90 (ninety) days grace period to renew your password during 180 days; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31819 d. when the grace period deadline passes, then automatically deletes the INSYST portal user account; e. user login identifier created by NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia with format: xx. yyyyyy. zz and the format xx and yyyyyy is used for user names, whereas the zz is the country code (example: ncb.ind.id or URferoz.ncb.id); f. user giving/split accounts to others; g. mandatory user change his password after first login to I-24/7 and e-ADS and replace it every 90 (ninety) days; h. If user forgot password, then it can be reported to the NCB-Interpol Indonesia (ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id) and the NSO will provide a new password; and i. If the user violates the regulations relating to access, download or direct interconnection, then the NSO will revoke access rights to users. Paragraph 2 Obligations Article 34 (1) in using the network I-24/7, the user shall be obliged to: a. modify/change the password every 90 (ninety) days; b. locking access (log off) before leaving the computer; c. do the back-ups on a regular basis; d. checking/scanning anti virus on the hard disk, flash disks and other media before use; e. inform the NSO or the technician IT if there is a virus detected on a workstation; and f. maintain the security and confidentiality of the data/information. (2) in using the tissue e-ADS, the user shall be obliged to: a. access to network e-ADS per day. b. do the searching to database e-ADS, either through the facilities of enquiry as well as search B2B (Business to Business Search); c. conduct data entry into the system e-ADS when there are cases found/handled related to cross-country crimes; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 20 d. did a review of audit trail that is sent via email by Supervisor e-ADS or NCB-Interpol Indonesia on a weekly basis; e. reported activities the use of e-ADS to the Site Manager on a monthly basis for evaluation; f. carry out the transfer of knowledge to potential substitute user/operator of e-ADS; and g. reporting to Supervisor e-ADS/NCB-Interpol technical team Indonesia in case of technical problems or operational e-ADS in the first opportunity via email. The third part of article 35 Prohibition in using network I-24/7 and e-ADS, user is prohibited: a. record the password; b. share or reveal a password; c. open the chance the other person to see when you're working on things that are important/secretive; d. use a shareware or freeware (software that is downloaded from the Internet or PC Magazine), without the consent of the NSO; e. doubled or cut software; f. install the software on the machine or configure it, this job can only be done by the staff of the authorities; and g. use a workstation for the benefit in addition to the I-24/7 and e-ADS. CHAPTER VI the USE of NETWORK I-24/7 and E-ADS is considered part of the information service of I-24/7 Article 36 information service the I-24/7 includes the following: a. Services database; b. service dashboards; c. services of Interpol Notices; and d. the email service I-24/7 Interpol. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31821 Article 37 database services as stipulated in article 36, the letter a is used with the following conditions: a. the database used by the user has been given access rights; b. the user into the database provided by the NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia; c. database is used only for the purposes of police cooperation and law enforcement; and d. the management of databases is governed by the NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia in accordance with the provisions of the ICPO-Interpol through the Rule of Processing Information (RPI). Article 38 dashboard Service as stipulated in article 36, the letter b is used with the following conditions: a. the information available in the dashboard menu can be accessed through the portal INSYST; b. a user can only access the information on the dashboard in accordance with the permissions granted by the NSO; c. the user can perform the display settings menu on the dashboard according to needs; and d. the latest news and results of meetings of related regional and international cooperation in the framework of the handling of cross-country crimes. Article 39 services of Interpol Notices as referred to in article 36 of the letter c, is used with the following conditions: a. request the issuance, renewal and revocation Notice to ICPO-Interpol can only be made by the NCB-Interpol Indonesia upon approval of the head of the International Relations Division of the national police; b. the National Police Investigators, law enforcement agencies, and in 1988, through the national police investigators as Korwas 1988 may submit a signed Notice of issuance of the Director/Head of Kadivhubinter Police; c. for the purposes of publication of the Notice in the speed of document requests can be sent by email ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id and followed up by sending a formal letter in compliance procedures of the issuance of the Notice; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 of 22 d. Investigator police, law enforcement agencies, and in 1988, can be viewed directly on the Notice publishing the network I-24/7 through the designated user or through Interpol website public (URwww.interpol.int); and e. Notice that can be accessed by the user only a Notice that has been published by the ICPO-Interpol and can be printed for the benefit of the police and law enforcement. Article 40 email service I-24/7 Interpol as stipulated in article 36, the letter d is used with the following conditions: a. email the I-24/7 community is only used by Interpol NCB-Interpol and IPSG; b. access to I-24/7 Interpol is restricted in accordance with the permissions granted by NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia; and c. the IPSG monitor the use of the email system to ensure the safety of both the system or information/data. The second part e-information services ADS Article 41 (1) the information available in the e-ADS can be accessed through the portal e-ADS and network I-24/7, especially database SLTD, SMV and Nominal. (2) the User can access the e-ADS is a user who has been given access rights by SSA. The third section of the information services of Interpol Indonesia Article 42 (1) Interpol Indonesia information services accessible via the site www.interpol.go.id. (2) the information referred to in paragraph (1) contains among other features of the home page, news, transnational crime, legislation and law, meetings and events, media releases, and DPO. Part four Special information services Article 43 (1) the investigating police, law enforcement agencies and in 1988, may submit a request for information about: travel person (exit/entry), address/identity matching person, position, telephone number, number www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2011 No. 31823 account, company profile, email addresses, criminal records, medical records, via email ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id or a letter to the head of the International Relations Division of the national police. (2) Request the investigating police, law enforcement agencies and in 1988, will be followed up by the NCB-Interpol NCB-Interpol Indonesia into the destination country, and the results will be forwarded to the investigating police, law enforcement agencies and in 1988 by email/mail. (3) Requests matching one's identity through a fingerprint in a database I-24/7 can be sent to NCB-Interpol Indonesia through letter or email ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id, provided: a. the fingerprint image resolution at least size 500 pixels/inch; and b. image format in JPEG form. Part five Installation Installation Installation 1 Paragraph Network in the neighborhood Police Section 44 (1) the installation and deployment of Police intranet were implemented by the IT Division of the national police/Bid TI Polda. (2) computer and supporting equipment prepared by the Satker users with appropriate technical specifications standards recommended by the NCB-Interpol Indonesia. Paragraph 2 Installation Installation outside the national police Article 45 (1) law enforcement agencies that will use the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS must send a written request to the Assistant Head of the International Relations Division of the u.p. Police. (2) before the installation is carried out, it should be equipped with an umbrella law by making collaboration (Memorandum of understanding) between the national police with law enforcement agencies. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 of the sixth Section 24 Paragraph 1 Security System Security Data/information I-24/7 of article 46 (1) terms and conditions of use of the INTERPOL information as follows: a. data are used only for the purposes of policing and law enforcement; b. data must be protected from unauthorized access, use, alteration and distribution that is not true and is not valid; and c. data must be kept in the security systems with limited access that are used only for the purposes of Policing and law enforcement. (2) the level of confidentiality of information that may be risky if used by a person who is not entitled, comprise: a. "INTERPOL FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY" If the unauthorized use of this information will harm law enforcement action or harm/discredit the Organization, its staff, its members, or other law enforcement agencies with an interest in information; b. "the INTERPOL RESTRICTED" If the person is not entitled to use this information, law enforcement actions can harm or cause harm to the organization or its staff, the members, or other law enforcement agencies with an interest in information; and c. "INTERPOL CONFIDENTIAL" If the person is not entitled to use this information, seriously endangering law enforcement action or cause serious losses to the organization or its staff, the members, or other law enforcement agencies with an interest in the information. (3) the third level of the confidentiality of this information is used for the purpose of classifying the information processed through the network I-24/7. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31825 (4) if the NCB-Interpol has special needs for classifying some of the confidentiality level of information items is higher, then the IPSG assess seriousness of information sources. (5) channel and the facilities used to process information, depending on the level of confidentiality, should be equipped with security control to prevent the risk of use by Parties not entitled. Paragraph 2 Security Data/information e-ADS Article 47 (1) Data are only used for the purpose of Policing and law enforcement. (2) Data must be protected from unauthorized access, use, alteration and distribution that is not true and is not valid. (3) the Data must be kept in the security systems with limited access that are used only for the purposes of Policing and law enforcement. (4) the User must know and understand the security of documents, as well as the classification of the information and ensure the information/document e-ADS wrong print to be destroyed. Paragraph 3 Network security system I-24/7 Article 48 (1) the responsibility of the IPSG in system security, as follows: a. the IPSG is responsible for the entire system network I-24/7, including the special system, the network and/or databases, which is required to: 1. create a security policy, based on international standards and collaboration with NCB, which aims to implement security control in administrative, technical and procedural , and set the proper level of confidentiality, integrity and availability of the system, network and/or the database; 2. assess risk; and 3. develop control mechanism that is right for the security of information; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 26 b. IPSG and NCB-Interpol Indonesia conduct surveillance confidentiality and security of information through: 1. audit log and monitor the use of the I-24/7; and 2. hardware, software and network I-24/7. (2) the responsibility of the NCB-Interpol Indonesia in maintaining the security of the system as follows: a. the NCB-Interpol Indonesia through NSO should inform the user that the authority is only used for the purposes of international police cooperation, before giving the authorization to the user for access to the network I-24/7; b. instruct the user to communicate the information using the network I-24/7; c. instructing the user of I-24/7 network I-operationalize in 24/7 shall comply with the provisions of the ICPO-Interpol; d. adopt security level created by IPSG to be implemented in the use of the network I-24/7 by user; e. appoint one or more of the NSO to undertake security operations and coordinate with the IPSG relating to system security; and f. NCB-Interpol Indonesia must inform the IPSG about connection problems of use and or the implementation of the system I-24/7, in accordance with the regulations. (3) the responsibility of the user in the security system I-24/7, as follows: a. provide the requested additional information to evaluate the possibility of IPSG process information in INTERPOL's files or process it in accordance with the regulations; b. using the network I-24/7 to do the communication with ICPO-Interpol; and c. inform NCB-Interpol Indonesia via email: ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id as soon as possible, in the event of "positive hits" to a request accompanied by the reason of the request. (4) in implementing antivirus protection network I-24/7 network and e-ADS is done with the following conditions: www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31827 a. ICPO-Interpol Secretariat providing, managing and updating antivirus regularly workstation connected directly to the network I-24/7; and b. the NCB-Interpol Indonesia ensures that systems on the server and the workstation is protected with a high quality antivirus software is updated regularly and treated appropriately. Paragraph 4 of the security of the network system of e-ADS Article 49 (1) surveillance and security network access e-ADS is done with the following conditions: a. security procedures e-ADS network system is in principle the same as the network I-24/7; b. e-ADS each user is given a login password by the NCB-Interpol Indonesia; c. systems set 10 minutes to time out and if there is no activity then the system will automatically log off; and d. the user must log off from e-ADS when not in use to prevent access by unauthorized persons. (2) the Audit System in the implementation of network security system of e-ADS is done with the following conditions: a. the NSO NCB-Interpol Indonesia audit to check the account e-ADS and will delete the user account that has been inactive for 6 months; b. System Administrators e-ADS NCB-Interpol Indonesia to evaluate Audit Trail on a weekly basis, including the evaluation of the activity of the User in the use of e-ADS as well as validation of User (still valid or have already moved/mutation); and c. in the event that there is no User activity in accessing e-ADS during the period of 1 month, then Kabagkominter Divhubinter national police may recommend to Kadivhubinter the national police to carry out a Site Visit and Coaching Clinic. (3) the responsibility of the user in the system security e-ADS as follows: a. the use of workstation e-ADS only for purposes related to e-ADS; b. do the coordination/communication emails with NCB-Interpol Indonesia using domain email interpol.go.id; www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id


2011, no. 318 of 28 c. security password access to the system e-ADS in accordance with the applicable provisions, and do not share/share password with another user; d. when there will be a replacement of the User/Operator then obliged to report to the NCB-Interpol Indonesia by email ncb-jakarta@interpol.go.id or via a formal letter, and carry out the transfer of knowledge to potential substitute user/operator; and e. report to the NCB-Interpol Indonesia in case of technical problems or operational e-ADS. CHAPTER VII-MAINTENANCE NETWORK I-24/7 NETWORK and e-ADS Section is considered a Hardware Maintenance article 50 (1) the User must keep, care for and maintain a workstation connected to the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS, as well as other supporting devices. (2) in the event of damage to the workstation that cause not connected to the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS, then the user consult to NCB-Interpol Indonesia for its repair. (3) maintenance of workstations and other supporting devices be the responsibility of each user. The second part of the maintenance Software Article 51 (1) the User has to keep, maintain and upgrade the software that supports the use of network I-24/7 network and e-ADS. (2) if the software that supports network I-24/7 network and e-ADS no or less, then the user can consult to the NCB-Interpol Indonesia to penambahannya. The third part Network system maintenance of article 52 (1) for the neighborhood police, in case of damage or disruption, the addition of a new intranet network, coordinated by the IT Police Div/Bid TI Polda. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011 No. 31829 (2) for other law enforcement agencies which are connected with the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS, then its maintenance is the responsibility of the institutions concerned. The fourth part of the cost of maintenance of article 53 (1) hardware and software maintenance costs being the responsibility of the user. (2) the replacement of the network device I-24/7 and e-ADS in the event of loss/damage caused by negligence is the responsibility of the user. (3) the cost of maintenance and rental of Police intranet that is used to access the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS in environmental Police Div IT is the responsibility of the national police/Bid TI Polda. (4) For other law enforcement agencies which are connected with the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS, then the cost to rent its network becomes the responsibility of the institution concerned. CHAPTER VIII miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 54 in the event there are changes to the terms and procedure for the use of the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS from the Secretary General of the ICPO-Interpol or of Consortium Leader e-ADS then the terms of use of the network I-24/7 network and e-ADS in this rule is adapted to those changes. CHAPTER IX PROVISIONS COVER Article 55 of the regulation this Assistant comes into force on the date specified. www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id 2011, no. 318 30 so that everyone knows it, this Assistant Regulations enacted by its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on May 24, 2011 at the HEAD of the INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE, East Jakarta PRADOPO Enacted on May 27, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, PATRIALIS AKBAR www.djpp.kemenkumham.go.id