State Police Regulations Number 22 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Kepolisian Negara Nomor 22 Tahun 2011

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 758, 2011 REGULATIONS CHIEF of STATE POLICE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 22 in 2011 ABOUT FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY in the ADMINISTRATION of the ENVIRONMENT STATE POLICE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of STATE POLICE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in carrying out the task as a tool of State security and public order-keeping community, law enforcement, as well as protective, pengayom, and servants of the community State police of the Republic of Indonesia, supported by performance-based budget outlined in the form of work programmes;
b. that in order to make the implementation of State police of the Republic of Indonesia is effective, appropriate, transparent and accountable use of the mechanisms, the budget was elaborated in the form of work programmes, need to be equipped with the administration of the code of conduct as a form of financial liability to the State;
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 administration of the Financial Liability on the State police of the Republic of Indonesia Environment;
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. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4286) 3. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355);
4. Presidential regulation Number 54 in 2010 about Government procurement of goods/services;
5. Presidential Decree Number 42 in 2002 about the guidelines of the implementation of the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues, as amended by regulation of the President Number 53 in 2010 about the second amendment above Presidential Decree Number 42 in 2002 about the guidelines of the implementation of the budget of the State Expenditures and revenues;
Decide: define: REGULATION of the HEAD of the INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE ABOUT the ADMINISTRATION Questioned the FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT of the 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 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. Budget Users hereinafter abbreviated PA is the competent authority responsible for the use of the budget in the neighborhood of the national police.
3. The power of the Budget Users hereinafter referred to as the power PA is officials who obtained 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).
4. a Commitment Maker Officials subsequently abbreviated PPK is the Official authorized by the PA/PA Power to take decisions and/or actions that could result in expenditure over a load of State spending.
5. The General Treasurer of the State which hereafter BUN is officials who had the authority to carry out the functions of the management of the Public Treasury Account State.
6. The national police personnel expenses is the Treasurer appointed by the Assistant on duty to receive, store, pay or submit, conducting Administration accountable, and the money is in the operations.
7. Letter of request for payment that is subsequently abbreviated SPP is a document published by the PPK which contains a request to the official signatory SPM to issue warrants paying a sum of money upon the load part of the budget for the acquisition of its designees and accordingly the terms specified in the document of the Alliance that is the basis of publishing related SPP.
8. Pay Warrants hereinafter abbreviated MSS is a warrant issued by the signatory official SPM for and on behalf of the PA to the BUN or the power based on the TUITION FEE to pay a sum of money to the parties and the designated budget burden in SPP deals.
9. Signing Officers SPM is the official authorized by the PA or PA Power to do the test over the SPP and published a SPM.
10. Budget Implementation Checklist hereinafter abbreviated DIPA is a document the implementation of the budget drawn up by the Minister or the direction of the institution as a user budget and endorsed by the Minister of finance as the BUN.
11. Waiver of liability Absolute hereinafter abbreviated to SPTJM is a letter that is created by the power of PA or PPK that contains the statement that all expenses for the payment of expenditures have been calculated correctly accompanied the ability to restore to the State when there are excess payments.
12. Waiver of liability hereinafter abbreviated SPTB Shopping is a statement of responsibility made by shopping a PA/PA Power over spending transactions.
13. the Office of the Ministry of State Treasury which further shortened the vertical KPPN is the instance of the Directorate General of the Treasury of the Ministry of finance who gained authority as a power BUN.
14. Certificate of cessation of payments further abbreviated SKPP is the certificate created by the Treasurer of the Expenditure in this respect Treasurer Satker (Bensatker) and endorsed by the KPPN for and on behalf of employees who move or retire are used as the basis for continued payment of salary at KPPN at work a new and/or basis for the first retirement pay will be paid by PT ASABRI (Persero).
15. Letter of guarantee the guarantee is hereinafter referred to as a guarantee in writing that is easily melted and not conditional (unconditional), issued by a public bank/company guarantee/insurance company submitted by goods/services providers to the Procurement Services Unit or PPK (ULP) in order to ensure the correct fulfillment of the obligations of providers of goods/services.
16. The Financial Liability which further abbreviated financial statements are Perwabkeu equipped with evidences the receipt and expenditure of money authorized in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
17. Employees Shopping are funds provided/allocated in TH for the payment of salary and allowances as well as other grocery employees.
18. Shopping Goods are funds provided/allocated in TH for the procurement of goods/services, maintenance, and travel agency.
19. Capital expenditures are funds provided/allocated in TH capital formation including in order to land, equipment and machinery, building and building, networking, as well as in the form of other pisik.
20. other Expenditures was allocated/funding provided in the DIPA used for expenses/Government spending that cannot be classified into types of shopping.
21. Contract procurement of goods/services are hereinafter referred to as the contract is a written agreement between the PPK with providers of goods/services or implementing Swakelola.
22. Procurement of goods/services Government procurement activities are goods/services financed with the STATE BUDGET/BUDGETS, both implemented in swakelola as well as by providers of goods/services.
23. Swakelola is the procurement of goods/services in which the work is planned, carried out and/or supervised by the State Ministry/institution/Department/Agency (K/L/D/I) as the person in charge of the budget, other government agencies and/or community groups.
24. The procurement Documents is a document which is specified by ULP/Procurement Officials with information and conditions that must be adhered to by the parties in the process of procurement of goods/services.
Article 2 this regulation aims: a. as a guide in the conduct of the Perwabkeu; and b. the realization of administrative Perwabkeu, orderly, transparent and accountable in the environs of the national police.
Article 3 principles in implementing Perwabkeu, include: a. legal, i.e. Administration of Perwabkeu carried out in accordance with the regulations;
b. accountable, that is organizing the administration of Perwabkeu must be accounted for; c. transparent, i.e. Perwabkeu implemented clearly and openly; and d. the proportional, i.e. Perwabkeu is performed according to the allocation.

CHAPTER II MANAGEMENT of the FINANCES of the STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICE in parts of the Union Acting Manager article 4 financial manager of State Officials in the neighborhood police, consisting of: a. the PA;

b. the power of PA;

c. PPK;

d. Signing Official SPM; and e. the Treasurer expenses.

Article 5 (1) of the PA as referred to in article 4 of the letter a in the environs of the national police was Assistant. (2) the Assistant as a PA can delegate those powers to the PA's power.

(3) the power of the PA at the beginning of each fiscal year mandatory pointing: a. PPK;

b. Signing Official SPM; and c. the Treasurer expenses.


Article 6 (1) the appointment of the Officials signing the PPK, SPM, and Treasurer of the Expenditure referred to in article 5 paragraph (3) on the basis of the decision, and should not be used to the Office.
(2) the power of PA can be concurrently served as one of the dignitaries Signers PPK SPM, when on the Satker does not allow separation of functions performed as referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) letter a and letter b.
Article 7 (1) the Treasurer of the expenditure referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) Letter c, appointed by the Assistant who in its implementation may be delegated to the competent authority provided that:


a. at the National Police Headquarters, Satker appointed by Kasatker on the recommendation of Kapuskeu; and b. at the cantonal, appointed by the Satker Kapolda on the recommendation of Kabidkeu.
(2) the personnel appointed as Treasurer of the Expenditure referred to in subsection (1), is the national police officials who served as Kasubbagkeu, Kaurkeu, or Paurkeu in Kasikeu environment Satkernya.
The second part of article 8 Power PA Duties referred to in article 4, letter b is in charge of: a. drafting documents the implementation of the budget;
b. perform actions that result in expenditure over budget burden; c. do the test over the Bill and ordered the payment;

d. execute the poll tax in the form of State acceptance and not taxes;

e. Managing debt and accounts receivable;

f. use of items belonging to the State;

g. supervise the implementation of the budget; and h. prepare and submit financial statements the Satker his flock.

Article 9 PPK as referred to in article 4 of the letter c, is in charge of: a. draw up a plan of activities and withdrawals;
b. make an alliance with the goods/services providers which resulted in budget expenditure;
c. prepare, implement and control the agreement/contract with the provider of the goods/services;
d. prepare supporting documents are complete and correct, published and delivered to the signing Official SPP SPM; e. specific to procurement of goods/services PPK in charge: 1. establish a plan of implementation of the procurement of goods/services, including: a) the technical specification of goods/services;
b Estimated Own Price) (HPS); and c) of the draft contract;

2. publish the letter designation of providers of goods/services;
3. sign the contract;
4. carry out contract with goods/services Providers;
5. control the execution of the contract;
6. report on the implementation of the settlement/procurement of goods/services to the PA/PA Power;
7. submit the results of the work of the procurement of goods/services to the PA/PA Power with the news submission event;
8. report on the progress of the work including the absorption of the budget execution of the work and the barriers to the PA/PA Power quarterly; and 9. storing and maintaining the integrity of all documents the execution of procurement of goods/services.
Article 10 Officials Signing SPM as stipulated in article 4 letter d, is in charge of: a. check the supporting documents in accordance with the provisions of the SPP;
b. check for pagu budget in the DIPA to obtain assurance that the Bill did not go beyond the limits of the budget launched;
c. check the suitability of the work plan and/or the appropriateness of the work accomplished by the output indicators;
d. check the truth over the Rights Bill, include: 1. the party that is designated to receive the payments (name of person/company, address, account number, and the name of the bank);
2. the value of bills to pay (suitability and/or disqualified by the achievements of the work achieved appropriate technical specifications stated in the contract); and 3. time schedule of payments;
e. check the achievement of goals and/or objectives activities outputs indicators in accordance with that stated in the DIPA related technical specifications set out in the contract.
Article 11 (1) Kabidkeu served as the Builder of the function of finance and Treasurer for the budget Expenditures are specialized according to the provisions of the legislation.
(2) a special Budget as referred to in subsection (1) is conditional based on the dilution of budget Authorization or order the execution of the Program (P3).
Article 12 Kasubbagkeu/Kaurkeu/Paurkeu/Kasikeu as Treasurer in charge of expenditure: a. receive, save, pay or submit, held accountable administration and money that are in its management;
b. Drawing up financial statements using System program Satker Accounting Agencies (SAI) based on Government accounting standards (SAP) which includes the realization of the Budget Report (LRA), balance sheet, and notes to financial statements (CaLK); c. guide the Organization of financial functions in the Satker environment;

d. prepare the SPP and SPM;

e. proposed the Bill to KPPN;

f. taking Warrants Disbursements (SP2D) to KPPN;

g. organizing process of accounting and verification of financial data;
h. conducts processing, print or post implementation data backing up and saving;
i. Noting the financial administration especially against budget and funds that have not been entered into the computerized program; and j. cut/picking up and depositing and report the tax in accordance with the applicable.
CHAPTER III TYPES of SHOPPING and FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY DOCUMENTS Part One General Article 13 types of Shopping in the neighborhood police, include: a. employee expenditures;

b. shopping goods;

c. capital expenditure; and d. shopping etc.

The second part of article 14 Employees Shopping Shopping Officers referred to in Article 13 the letter a consists of: a. salary, include: 1. the parent payroll/salary monthly;

2. the salary of the following;

3. lack of salary (salary rapel);

4. down payment/advance salary;

5. money for the funeral died;

6. money for the funeral were killed/missing or fall;

7. salary of the Canal (warakawuri/widow/widower); and 8. other allowances. b. non salary, include: 1. money on overtime and overtime meal money of CIVIL Police;

2. members of the national police overtime meal money;

3. money packed PNS Police;

4. honor; and 5. incentive.
Article 15 (1) parent Payroll/monthly salary as referred to in article 2 letter a number 1 is the regular income received by civil servants in the Police every month that must be accounted for with the completeness of the documents.
(2) Non Salary as referred to in article 2 letter b is not regular income by civil servants in the Police in certain conditions appropriate incidental must be accounted for with the completeness of the documents.
Article 16 (1) Non salary as referred to in article 2 letter b is not regular income received beyond the paycheck.
(2) money on overtime and overtime meal money PNS Police given when doing work outside working hours has been set, at least 2 (two) hours, and the longest 8 (eight) hours in one (1) day.
(3) members of the national police overtime meal Money given in a job outside of working hours has been set, at least 2 (two) hours, and the longest 8 (eight) hours in one (1) day.
(4) the police CIVIL SERVANTS given meal Money every day at work for those who enter the work force, in accordance with the maximum of 22 working days in a month.
(5) the Honoraria and incentives given to every civil servant at Police who perform tasks with a warrant, which are classified and required appropriate conditions.
Article 17 Parent payroll/monthly salary as referred to in article 2 letter a number 1, equipped with the following documents: a. the salary list was signed by the officer's salary and the Affairs of the Kasubbagkeu/Kaurkeu/Paurkeu/Kasikeu as Treasurer of the spending, known Kasatker, accompanied the list recapitulating the salary;
b. a copy of the decision of appointment first as a member of the national police, CIVIL Police officers and Candidate/statement has been carrying out duties in case there are additions to the members of the national police, CIVIL Police/Prospective Employees;
c. Oversight of individual Income Payment Card (the garden) or the Model DA 01/KU-1, in the event of a civil servant at the national police, the prospective civil servants who experience a change order document accompanied family supporters, such as: 1. copy/photocopy of marriage certificate already legalised for changes due to marry;
2. copy/photocopy of a birth certificate that has been legalised for changes due to the addition of the child;
3. certificate of College/School, for children aged over 21 (twenty one) years up to 25 (twenty five) years, was a College/School, not working, not/never married, had no income of her own, and become dependent on Civil Service Police/Prospective civil servant concerned;
4. defective affidavits for disabled children who have aged over 21 (twenty one) years who can't find their own earnings, issued by the competent authority (Government physician); and 5. certificate of adoption from the District Court for a foster child who was adopted by civil servants in the Police/Prospective civil servants who do not have children or have children who became dependents less than 2 (two).
Article 18 (1) fitted the documents referred to in article 17, a special civil servants at national police/Prospective civil servants that the mutation position, for the payment of his salary is obligated to come the following documents: a. letter of penghadapan from Kasatker.

b. the SKPP created by Bensatker and endorsed by KPPN;

c. photocopying the decision of an authorized officer of mutations which legalised;

d. warrant has been carrying out the duties of the Kasatker; and e. the decision of appointment first as a civil servant in the environs of the national police (the newly appointed special or intake).
(2) in the event of a decision as referred to in paragraph mutations (1) the letter c has not yet been published, it can be used a letter Telegram mutation positions legalised by the competent authority.
Article 19 successive salary Payments as stipulated in article 2 letter a number 2, furnished documents as follows: a. the payroll following signed by Bensatker, known Kasatker in stanzas 2 (two);
b. photocopy of Decision Adoption/mutation of an authorized officer which legalised and a warrant has been carrying out the duties of the Kasatker;
c. warrants and/or news event handover position (structural role) and a warrant and/or certificate reinstated (for functional Office); and d. SKPP, in terms of the personnel in question was a transfer from outside the Satker KPPN payment is concerned.
Article 8 payment of the salary shortfall (rapel salary) as stipulated in article 2 letter a number 3, furnished documents as follows:

a. list the salary shortfall calculation has been made and signed by Pamin salary, Bensatker known Kasatker;
b. photocopy of Decision Periodic salary increases (KGB) that legalised by the officials of the concerned personnel functions;
c. photocopying the Promotion Decision legalised by the officials of the concerned personnel functions; and d. photocopying Warrant the handover of Office to the Office of decisions/structural or affidavits to occupy the post of functional.
Article 21 Payment down payment/advance salary as referred to in article 2 letter a number 4, furnished documents as follows: a. a list of cash advance/advance calculation on salary having been signed by Bensatker known Kasatker;
b. photocopy of the decision of the authorized officials moved from the mutations that have legalised; and c. Letter from concerned and known by Kasatker.

Article 10 payment of mourning his death as stipulated in article 2 letter a number 5, furnished documents as follows: a. list of calculation of money and grief that has been signed by d. Pamin salary and Bensatker is known by Kasatker; and b. the death certificate of an authorized officer head of perfect humility/village chief/doctor/kasatker.
Article 23 (1) the payment of money for the funeral were killed/autumn as stipulated in article 2 letter a number 6, complete the following documents: a. list of calculation of the money for the funeral were killed/fall which has been signed by a known Bensatker by Kasatker; death certificate of an authorized officer head of perfect humility/village chief/doctor/Kasatker; and b. the decision of an authorized officer stating the personnel/candidate concerned personnel killed/fall, which has got the approval of the Assistant/Kapolda for members of the national police and Bkn (NATURISTS) for police and CIVIL SERVANTS.
(2) the payment of money and grief for personnel who are declared missing in action as stipulated in article 2 letter a number 6, complete the following documents: a. implementation report and the report of the chronological events that created and signed by the immediate supervisor of the victim to a territorial Unit or in Kapolda Kasatker in an environment of National Police Headquarters;
b. photocopy of decision of appointment first as a member of the national police and the decision about placement, rank and title as a member of the national police; c. photocopying KTA Police;

d. participants sign Asabri card;
e. a photocopy of marriage certificate and spouse designation cards to members of the Police who have been married; f. photocopies of ID cards, family, and the heirs of the affidavits; and g. the recommendations of the concerned Kasatker/Kapolda to Assistant.
Article 24 (1) the payment of the salaries of the Canal (warakawuri/widow/widower) as stipulated in article 2 letter a number 7, furnished documents as follows: a. list of salary calculations of the Canal has been made and signed by an officer of the Administration (Pamin) salary, Bensatker Kasatker known under the name of personnel/prospective personnel concerned with listing the time died;
b. the death certificate of an authorized officer head of perfect humility/village chief/doctor/Kasatker; c. SPTJM; and d. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(2) the list of calculation salary sign-on as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, including health care Funding, while pension and old age Allowance are not cut.
Article 25 payment of overtime and overtime meal money Police CIVIL SERVANTS as stipulated in article 2 letter b figure 1 document, completed as follows: a. warrant overtime work from Kasatker;

b. a list of the present work and the list of present overtime;
c. the nominative list calculation of overtime made and signed by Pamin salary, Bensatker is known by Kasatker; d. letter of Tax Deposit (CNS), to PPh 21 for classes III to the top;

e. SPTJM; and f. SPP/SPM/SP2D.

Article 26 payment of overtime meal money is a member of the national police as stipulated in article 2 letter b number 2, furnished documents as follows: a. warrant overtime work from Kasatker;

a. a list of the present work and the list of present overtime;
b. nominative list calculation of overtime made and signed by Pamin salary, Bensatker is known by Kasatker; c. letter of Tax Deposit (CNS), to PPh 21 for classes III to the top;

d. SPTJM; and e. SPP/SPM/SP2D.

Article 27 Payments of money packed Police CIVIL SERVANTS as stipulated in article 2 letter b number 3, furnished documents as follows: a. a list of the present;
a. calculation of the nominative list of money packed PNS Police made and signed by Pamin salary, Bensatker is known by Kasatker. c. letter of Tax Deposit (CNS), to PPh 21 for classes III to the top;

d. SPTJM; and e. SPP/SPM/SP2D.

Article 28 payment of honoraria and incentives as stipulated in article 2 letter b of numbers 4 and 5, furnished documents as follows: a. a warrant from Kasatker;

b. list of present c. nominative list calculation of honor made and signed by Pamin salary, Bensatker is known by Kasatker. d. the CNS, for PPh 21 for Two Inspectors/class III and above;

e. SPTJM; and f. SPP/SPM/SP2D.

Article 29 other security payments as stipulated in article 2 letter a number 8, furnished documents as follows: a. a decision of the competent authority;
b. nominative lists are made and signed by Pamin salary, Bensatker is known by Kasatker; c. the CNS, for PPh 21 for Two Inspectors/class III and above;

d. SPTJM; and e. SPP/SPM/SP2D.

The third part of shopping Goods article 30 Shopping Goods as referred to in article 13 the letter b, consisting of: a. procurement of goods/services expenditures in General with the value: 1. up to Rp. 5,000,000 (five million dollars);
2. above Rp. 5,000,000 (five million dollars) up to IDR 10.000.000,00 (ten million dollars);
3. the above Rp. 10,000,000 (ten million dollars) up to Rp. 100.000.000 (one hundred million rupiah) for the procurement of goods/construction jobs and other services. Consultancy services up to Rp 50,000,000 (fifty million rupiah); and 4. Rp. 100.000.000 (one hundred million rupiah) for the procurement of goods/construction work and other services, and above Rp 50,000,000 (fifty million rupiah) for consultancy services; b. procurement of goods/services in shopping swakelola;

c. shopping money feeding and care of prisoners;

d. shopping resources and subscription services, including: 1. the electricity, telephone, gas, and water (LTGA); and 2. POS and giro; e. maintenance expenditures; and f. shopping trip: 1. in the country, consists of: a regular trip); and b) travel agency of mutation;
2. overseas, consisting of: a regular trip);
b) travel agency of mutation; and c) travel agency special assignment.
Article 31 (1) procurement of goods/services worth up to Rp. 5,000,000 (five million dollars) as stipulated in article 30 letters a number 1, equipped with the following documents: a. proof of purchase (invoice/notes);

b. tax receipt (if subject to VAT);

c. CNS;

d. SPTB; and e. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(2) procurement of goods/services worth over Rp. 5,000,000 (five million dollars) up to IDR 10.000.000,00 (ten million dollars) as stipulated in article 30 letters a number 2, furnished documents as follows: a. proof of purchase (invoice/notes);

b. receipts;

c. tax receipt (if subject to VAT);

d. CNS;

e. SPTB; and f. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(3) procurement/construction work/other services whose value is above Rp. 10,000,000 (ten million dollars) up to Rp. 100.000.000 (one hundred million rupiah) and for consultancy services whose value up to Rp 50,000,000 (fifty million rupiah) as stipulated in article 30 letters a number 3, complete the following documents: a. Summary of contract;

b. receipts;

c. SPTB;

d. the invoice of the goods;

e. tax receipt (if subject to VAT);

f. CNS;

g. Warrant work;

h. news event completion of the work;

i. handover events news work;

j. news event payment;

k. coffee warrants team recipient Committee work; and l. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(4) the procurement of goods/other services/construction work with a value of Rp. 100.000.000 (one hundred million rupiah) and consultancy services on top of the Rp 50,000,000 (fifty million rupiah) as stipulated in article 30 letters a number 4, furnished documents as follows: a. Summary of contract;

b. receipts;

c. the invoice of the goods;

d. tax receipt (if subject to VAT);

e. CNS;

f. the decision of the determination of the winner;

g. affidavit of integrity Pact;

h. bank guarantees/warranties the implementation;

i. letter of agreement;

j. coffee warrants team recipient Committee work;
k. progress report on the work and events of payment per term, when the payout through terms; b. news event completion of the work;

m. handover events news work;

n. news event payment;
o. news event test material, specifically certain items required in the contract to be enforced testing;
p. coffee warrants a test team materially from special Kasatker certain items required in the contract to be enforced testing; q. the SPTB;

r. guarantees bank guarantees a cash advance, when taking a cash advance; and s. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
Article 32 (1) procurement of goods/services in shopping swakelola as referred to in article 30 of the letter b, furnished documents as follows: a. warrant Kasatker in swakelola; and b. the nominative list of the acceptance of the wage work.
(2) Implementing swakelola payers carry out bookkeeping and accounts purchase realization in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 33 (1) Shopping money feeding and treatment of detainees, referred to in article 30 of the letter c, equipped with the following documents: a. receipts;

b. the invoice of the goods;

c. tax receipt (if subject to VAT);

d. CNS;

e. SPK or contract;

f. a news event of acceptance and handover of prisoners eating;


g. list of details of the cost of the care and feeding of prisoners (WT-02);

h. coffee Warrants Detention;

i. coffee Warrants extension of Custody (SPPT), when extended; and j. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(2) in the case of custody at Polres from Polsek are over 10 Km or the transportation difficult, Bensatker can provide eating prisoners in the form of money to Polsek, with Perwabkeu in the form of receipts of acceptance of money and documents referred to in subsection (1) letter f, letter g, and the letter h made by Polsek concerned and sent to Polres Bensatker.
(3) in the case of the region Polres no third party that meets the requirements of the terms of the auction in the procurement of food and care of prisoners, can be done direct procurement is paid every month.
Article 34 (1) shopping cart subscription resources and services LTGA as stipulated in article 30 d figure 1 document, completed as follows: a. Evidence Bill;

b. SPTB;

c. news event power consumption and services, through verification; and d. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(2) Postal Service Expenditures and current account referred to in article 30 of the letter d figure 2, furnished documents as follows: a. proof of delivery of the service delivery; and b. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
Article 35 (1) of the maintenance Expenditure referred to in article 30 of the letter e, complete the document referred to in article 31.
(2) for the maintenance of the building that's worth over Rp 50,000,000 (fifty million rupiah) attached a photo shortly before executed maintenance works and new pictures after the completion of maintenance.
(3) for the maintenance of the machine in case of replacement of the engine, the engine remains on the old assets prior to the removal of the Satker REFER BMN.
Article 36 (1) shopping trips a regular service as referred to in article 30 of the letter f figure 1 a grain), furnished documents as follows: a. the details of travel expenses in accordance with the format specified;

b. warrant;
c. Travel Warrant (SPPD) and known by the officials at the place of destination; d. ticket and hotel receipts;

e. letter of authority, when necessary;
f. evidence of other expenses and/or list of real expenditure of those concerned and known Kasatker;
g. calculation of travel expenses in nominative, when implemented in groups; and h. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(2) Shopping trip to mutations, as stipulated in article 30 letter f figure 1 grain of b), equipped with the following documents: a. receipts;

b. a writ of Kasatker;

c. travel warrant from Kasatker;

d. decision of the telegram/coffee mutation;

e. list of families;

f. list of goods;

g. details of travel expenses in accordance with the format specified; and h. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
Article 37 (1) foreign service travel Expenditure referred to in article 30 of the letter f number 2, furnished documents as follows: a. a warrant;

b. receipts;

c. list of calculation of travel expenses foreign service;

d. tickets;

e. boardingpass;

f. hotel receipts; and g. SPP/SPM/S2D.
(2) foreign service travel Expenditures referred to in subsection (1), when using the services of a third party, comes the following documents: a. the contract/agreement specifying the account number;

b. statement of the power of the PA expressed the determination of the counterparty;

c. news event completion of the work;

d. news event payment;

e. receipts;

f. SPTB;

g. resume contract/SPK;

h. tax invoice and/or Tax Deposit (CNS); and i. list of implementation/achievements of the work load among other information the data State officials/civil servants (name, rank, group), destination, date of departure, the place of stay, long stay, and the total cost of each State officials/civil servants.
Article 38 (1) Shopping goods and maintenance for purposes of special assignment abroad on international missions, complemented the documents as follows: a. the plan needs known by the Commander of the contingent of Indonesia and the international Commissioner of the (UN) International Mission Coordinator or representative;
b. proof of purchase documents, can be sent via email are equated with temporary Perwabkeu;
c. the original proof of purchase documents, submitted after the assignment is completed and a contingent back to Indonesia; and d. the photo goods bought and replaced. (2) the purchase of goods/services, implemented with direct procurement.

The fourth part of the capital expenditure Section 39 (1) capital expenditure as referred to in article 13 of the letter c, complete the document referred to in article 31.
(2) specifically for the building and building, equipped the news submission event finished second after a time of maintenance.
Part five miscellaneous Expenditure article 40 (1) miscellaneous Expenditure referred to in Article 13 of the letter d, consisting of: a. the pre operation, exercise is used to: 1. money packed or packed operation;
2. meals and refreshments (snack and drink);
3. Alins/Alongins;
4. the Administration exercises (minlat);
5. honor instructor; and 6. health checks;
b. implementation of the operation, are used to: 1. pocket money;

2. money packed or packed operation;

3. Fund Unit;

4. transport services;

5. the provision of health care; and 6. kodal;
c. support budget activities investigation and investigation of criminal acts, are used to: 1. the investigation of offences and criminal acts;

2. investigation: a) the matter is very difficult;
    b) things are hard;
    c) things are;
    d) easy matter; and e) violations; 3. administrative support;

d. support budget activities investigation and drug crime investigation is used to: 1. an investigation of drug cases;

2. investigation of drug cases;

3. development of a network of drug cases and disclosure;

4. the construction of a network of drugs; and 5. administrative support;
e. budget support activities investigation and investigation is a criminal act of terrorism is used to: 1. the investigation of criminal acts of terrorism;

2. investigation of the crime of terrorism;

3. penindakan criminal acts of terrorism;

4. Prevention of the crime of terrorism;

5. penangkalan criminal acts of terrorism;

6. the construction of the network of terrorism; and 7. deradikalisasi;
f. budget support activity detection/investigation and security intelligence, used to: 1. the intelligence analysis;

2. detection/investigation of intelligence;

3. Security Intelligence;

4. raising intelligence;

5. establishment of a network of intelligence;

6. the construction of the network intelligence; and 7. copyright conditions; g. budget support facility contacts, used for: 1. the costs of construction of the partnership; and 2. the cost of construction of the Kamtibmas coordination; h. contingency budget support, is used to: 1. safeguarding of natural disasters;

2. security disturbance/social conflict; and 3. handling security disturbances;
i. support of non organic eating money/money eating keep guard, used to support the picket and guard duty officer; j. Health Maintenance Fund (DPK), is used to: 1. reimbursement of health care costs (restitution);

2. the procurement of medicines and medicinal raw materials; and 3. health equipment consumables; k. administrative budget support procurement of goods/services, is used to: 1. honoraria;

2. the cost of the announcement;

3. the cost of doubling the procurement documents; and 4. cost of meetings and other administrative expenses;
b. budget support consultant Planner and supervisor of the construction, used for: 1. the cost of consulting services;

2. supervisory service fee; and 3. the cost of administration.
(2) the implementation of the operations referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, in particular Police operations provided support of fuel oil (FUEL) and Lubricants.
Article 41 (1) pre Exercise operation referred to in letter a of article 40, furnished documents as follows: a. receipts;

b. warrant exercise pre operation;
c. list of nominative receipt of money to eat, when to participants of the latpraops given the money packed; d. list of nominative receipt of honoraria instructor;
e. a list of the details of the cost of medical examinations to attendees pre exercise operation; f. CNS; and g. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(2) in the case of the pre workout meal operation given in kind, the administration of Perwabkeu come with the documents referred to in article 31.
(3) provision of food and drink (snack and drinks), Alins/Alongins and administration of exercise including documentation exercises, Perwabkeu comes the documents referred to in article 31.
Article 42 (1) the implementation of the operations referred to in article 40 the letter b, furnished documents as follows: a. General receipts;

b. the operation plan;

c. orders the execution of the operation;

d. the nominative list reception allowance;
e. list of nominative receipt of money to eat, when to participants of the operation given the money packed and mail Tax Deposit (CNS) for PPh 21 match conditions;
f. proof of fund management unit by the Satker who adapted to the implementation of activities;
g. proof of payment of transport services, administration Perwabkeu adapted to the implementation of the activities (in the form of nominative receipt to the Member or to a third party in the form of rent of vehicles);
h. receipt provision of health care, the administration of Perwabkeu come with the documents referred to in article 31;
i. acceptance fee receipts Kodal, administration Perwabkeu adapted to the implementation of activities; a. tax invoices (if subject to VAT);

k. CNS; and l. SPP/SPM/SP2D. (1) Fuel and lubricants, fitted the following documents: a. receipts;

b. SPK/letter of Agreement;
c. list of nominative when money fuel and lubricants provided directly to members; and d. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(3) when the operation was given to participants in the form of natura, administration Perwabkeu equipped with a document referred to in article 31.
(4) When packed in units managed by the operations swakelola administration Perwabkeu, equipped with the documents referred to in Article 32.

(5) implementation of budget support operations, fuel and lubricants as stipulated in paragraph (1) and (2), can be given to Police personnel outside the Union concerned and agencies outside the Police.
(6) budget support given to Police Personnel and agencies outside the Police referred to in subsection (5), Perwabkeu come with a warrant from the original unity of the BKO.
Article 43 (1) support the inquiry and the investigation referred to in article 40 letter c, letter d, and the letters e, should be made of the plan of activities and budget needs by investigators/investigators are known to be Kasatker, furnished documents as follows: a. warrant the task of investigation and investigation;

b. receipts;

c. a note/invoice of the goods;

d. tickets, hotel receipts and local transportation;

e. tax receipt (if subject to VAT);

f. CNS;

g. SPP/SPM/SP2D; and h. report of the results of the inquiry and investigation.
(2) budget support activity detection/investigation of intelligence, security and raising as stipulated in article 40 letter f, must be made of the plan of activities and budget needs by the team detect/investigation of known Kasatker, furnished documents as follows: a. a warrant;

b. receipts;

c. a note/invoice of the goods;

d. tickets, hotel receipts and local transportation;

e. tax receipt (if subject to VAT);

f. CNS;

g. SPP/SPM/SP2D; and h. report of the results of detection/investigation.
(3) use of funds investigation and crime investigation tailored to real needs per case and are not tied to an index of classification of easy, medium, difficult and very difficult.
(4) use of funds-detection/investigation of intelligence, security and raising tailored to real needs and not tied to an index of the cost of the investigation, security and raising per activity.
(5) in the case of the document referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) letter b, letter c, letter d and hard to come by, evidence of Perwabkeu can be replaced with a list of real expenditure by the concerned personnel known PPK/Kasatker.

Article 44 budget support means of contact referred to in the letter g of article 40, furnished documents as follows: a. a warrant;

b. receipts;

c. tax receipt;

d. CNS;

e. SPP/SPM/SP2D;

f. report of the results of the implementation of activities; and g. the documentation.

Pasal45 contingency budget support as referred to in article 40 the letter h, Perwabkeu administration according to the completeness of the documents the implementation of the operations referred to in Article 42 paragraph (1) and furnished documents as follows: a. a warrant;

b. Note, invoice, receipt proof of spending money;
c. list of real expenditure, if you can't get the evidence of expenditure as referred to in subparagraph b; d. CNS;

e. SPP/SPM/SP2D; and f. report on implementation.

Article 46 (1) budget support of non organic eating money/money eating keep guard and picket as in article 40 the letter i, comes the following documents: a. a warrant;

b. a list of the present keep pickets;

c. list of nominative receipt of money, if granted in the form of money;

d. CNS; and e. SPP/SPM/SP2D.
(2) in the case of budget money to eat given in kind, the administration of Perwabkeu come with the documents referred to in article 31.
Article 47 (1) Restitution as stipulated in article 40 of the j 1, equipped with the following documents: a. the original receipt from the hospital/pharmacy;

b. petition for restitution/letter of introduction from Kasatker;

c. list of recipients restitution; and d. SPP/SPM.
(2) the procurement of medicines and medicinal raw materials as referred to in article 40 letter j number 2, administration Perwabkeu is equipped of a document referred to in article 31.
(3) health equipment consumables as stipulated in article 40 the number 3, letter j of the administration of Perwabkeu comes a document referred to in article 31.
Article 48 the administrative budget support procurement of goods/services as referred to in article 40 the letter k come the following documents: a. warrant appointment of PPK/procurement Committee/Committee work recipients; b. nominative list of recipients of the honor;

c. payment receipts announcements;

d. purchase receipts ATK and doubling of documents;

e. a list of the present meeting and the receipts of purchase a snack;

f. tax receipt;

g. CNS; and h. SPP/SPM/SP2D.

Article 49 budget support consulting services planners and supervisors of construction as stipulated in article 40 of the letter l, equipped with the following documents: a. the decision of appointing a winner, if the value is above Rp 50,000,000 (fifty million rupiah); b. warrant work;

c. list of present;

d. receipts receipt of money;

e. CNS;

f. SPP/SPM/SP2D; and g. report of the results of activities.

CHAPTER IV the MECHANISM of PAYMENT and VERIFICATION of the implementation of article 50 PERWABKEU bill payments consist of: a. a bill payment through KPPN; and b. a bill payment through Kabidkeu.

Article 51 the Bill payment through KPPN as referred to in article 50 of the letter a, as follows: a. Perwabkeu created duplicate of at least 3:1. 1st sheet stored in the Satker;
2. for Bills worth over Rp. 100.000.000 (one hundred million rupiah) the 2nd sheet sent to Bidkeu: a) the Bills are worth over Rp. 100.000.000 (one hundred million rupiah) to Rp. 500.000.000,-(five hundred million rupiah) verification by the Bidkeu; and b) Bills worth over Rp 500.000.000,-(five hundred million rupiah), Kabidkeu send Kapuskeu the national police for verification by the Puskeu Police; 3.3rd sheet handed to third parties.

b. delivery of Perwabkeu whose value is above Rp. 100.000.000 (one hundred million rupiah) to Kabidkeu no later than 7 (seven) months (T + 7) and delivery of Perwabkeu whose value is above Rp. 500.000.000,-(five hundred million rupiah) from Kabidkeu to Kapuskeu Police no later than the date of the next 20 months (T + 20).
Article 52 the Bill payment through Kabidkeu as referred to in article 50 of the letter b, as follows: a. Perwabkeu 1st sheet stored in the Satker;
b. Perwabkeu the 2nd sheet sent to Bidkeu no later than the 7th of the following month (T + 7), and to a Bill worth over Rp 500.000.000,-(five hundred million rupiah) Kabidkeu send Kapuskeu Police no later than the date of the next 20 months (T + 20); and c. Perwabkeu 3rd sheet handed to third parties.

Article 53 Perwabkeu Verification implemented by: a. Bidkeu/Police Headquarters; and b. Puskeu Police.

Article 54 (1) Bidkeu as referred to in article 53 a, after receiving Perwabkeu from Bensatker verify on matters relating to: a. payment mechanisms for compliance with the provisions and regulations b. rights bills have been paid out to eligible; and c. expenditures were in accordance with goals and objectives that have been set.
(2) after verification as referred to in paragraph (1), precision of measurement carrying out Bidkeu/truth of numbers.
(3) if the verification is not found deficiencies and/or errors in documents Perwabkeu, Kabidkeu published the notes Cover the inspection results Financial Accountability (NPHPW) to the power of PA, with copy to Kapuskeu Police.
(4) if the verification found deficiencies and/or errors in documents Perwabkeu, Kabidkeu published the results of the examination of the Financial Liabilities Notes (NHPW) to the power of PA, with copy to Kapuskeu Police.
(5) the power PA is obliged to convey an answer NHPW to Kabidkeu within a period of fourteen (14) working days after NHPW received.
(6) if within a period of fourteen (14) working days after NHPW received has not been answered, Kabidkeu published a letter of rebuke to the power of PA, with copy to Kapuskeu Police.
Article 55 (1) Puskeu the national police as stipulated in article 54 subparagraph b, after receiving Perwabkeu from Kabidkeu verify about: a. the payment mechanism for compliance with the provisions and regulations b. rights bills have been paid out to eligible; and c. expenditures were in accordance with goals and objectives that have been set.
(2) after verification as referred to in paragraph (1), Puskeu Police implement measurement accuracy/the truth figures.
(3) if the verification is not found deficiencies and/or errors in documents Perwabkeu, Kapuskeu the national police published the NPHPW of the power of PA, with copy to Irwasum Police and Kapolda (for Cantonal Satker).
(4) if the verification found deficiencies and/or errors in documents Perwabkeu, Kapuskeu published NHPW of the power of PA, with copy to Irwasum Police and Kapolda (for Cantonal Satker).
(5) the power PA is obliged to convey an answer NHPW to Kapuskeu national police within a period of fourteen (14) working days after NHPW received, with copy to Irwasum Polri (the National Police Headquarters for the Satker) and to Kapolda (for Cantonal Satker).
(6) if within a period of fourteen (14) working days after NHPW received has not been answered, Kapuskeu the national police published a letter of rebuke to the power of PA, with copy to Irwasum Polri (the National Police Headquarters for the Satker) and to Kapolda (for Cantonal Satker).
Article 56 the form used in the administration of the Perwabkeu listed in the annex which is an inseparable part with this rule.

Chapter V MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS-other Article 57 (1) management of grants or grants sourced from Ministries/Agencies/local government/community received by the Satker, completeness of document Perwabkeu identified with Perwabkeu STATE BUDGET in accordance with the usability and/or allocation.
(2) in case the grant/grants are received directly by the Satker, administration Perwabkeu made by Kasatker or power of the PA concerned.

(3) if the assistance/grants received in the form of goods/buildings, in order to be listed the value of the acquisition and subsequent inclusion in the CHECK OUT and CaLK in BMN Satker respectively.
Article 58 (1) in the case of activities that technically the country's financial management is not possible following goods/services procurement mechanism in an auction as has been set then the implementation activities can use the mechanism of money supply.
(2) if in the case of procurement of goods/services are not available the cost of procurement of goods/services then it does not need to be carried out of the auction.
CHAPTER VI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 59 at the time these regulations come into force, regulations Assistant number 10 in 2008 about Financial Accountability in the administration of the Environmental Police of the Republic of Indonesia, was revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 60 of this Regulation comes into force on Assistant date enacted.

So everyone knows, this Assistant Regulations enacted by its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on November 28, 2011 HEAD of the INDONESIAN NATIONAL POLICE, East Jakarta PRADOPO Enacted on November 30, 2011 MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();