Applicable Local Number 11 Of 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 11 Tahun 2009

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Microsoft Word-PERDA No. 11 TTG TRANTIB_Revisi_Dwi TASIKMALAYA REGIONAL REGULATION number: 11 in 2009 ABOUT PUBLIC ORDER with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Considering: a. that the corresponding provision of article 14 paragraph (1) Letter c of Act No. 32 of 2004 on local governance, local Government has an obligation to hold public order and peace of the community; b. that in order to improve the grammar of life that orderly, comfortable and serene in the town of Tasikmalaya is need for arrangements in the field of public order by observing the norm of the religious and cultural communities Tasikmalaya; c. that setting the serenity and the public order Ordinance in the area of the town of Tasikmalaya number 7 in 2005 about the Peace and public order needs to be adapted to the provisions of the legislation and the dynamics of the community; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c and the need to establish local regulations concerning public order; Remember: 1. Act No. 7 of 1974 about Curbing Gambling (State Gazette Number 54 in 1974, an additional State Gazette Number 3040); 2. Law No. 8 of 1981 on the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 76 of 1981, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3209); 3. Act No. 4 of 1992 on Housing and settlements (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3560); 4. Act No. 5 of 1997 on psychotropic substances (State Gazette No. 10 of 1997, additional State Gazette Number 3671);  ‐ 1 -   5. Act No. 22 of 1997 concerning Narcotics (Sheet country number 67, additional State Gazette Number 3698); http://bphn.go.id/the use of 2-6. Act No. 23 of 1997 on environmental management (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3674); 7. Act No. 9 of 1998 about Independence Delivered Opinions in public (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 181 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3789); 8. Act No. 10 of 2001 on the establishment of the town of Tasikmalaya (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4117); 9. Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 134 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4247); 10. Act No. 7 of 2004 about water resources (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 year 2004, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4377); 11. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3489); 12. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as it has twice changed with Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 13. Act No. 38 of 2004 concerning road (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 132 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4444); 14. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 15. Act No. 44 of 2008 about Pornography (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 181 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 16. Act No. 22 of 2009 about traffic and Road Transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 96, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5025); 17. Government Regulation Number 41 in 1993 about the Road Transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 1993, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3527); 18. Government Regulation number 19 in 2003 about the safeguarding of Smoking to health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 36 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4276); http://bphn.go.id/form 3-19. Government Regulation Number 32 year 2004 regarding guidelines for Police teachers ' Praja (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 112 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4428); 20. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and supervision of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 21. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 22. Regulation No. 4 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2003 about the holding of Advertisement (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette 2003 No. 4); 23. Applicable local Tasikmalaya number 10 in 2003 about the Organization of traffic and Road Transport (Regional Gazette Tasikmalaya 2003 No. 10); 24. Applicable local Tasikmalaya Number 29 in 2003 about Cleanliness, beauty and environmental sustainability (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2003 Number 29); 25. Applicable local Tasikmalaya No. 2 of 2004 concerning the Permanent Redirection location (Regional Gazette Tasikmalaya 2004 Number 33); 26. Applicable local Tasikmalaya No. 8 of 2004 concerning the plan of Spatial Locality Tasikmalaya (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2004 Numbered 39); 27. Local regulations Tasikmalaya number 15 in 2004 about the arrangement of the buildings (the regional Gazette Tasikmalaya 2004 No. 46); 28. Local regulations Tasikmalaya No. 17 of 2004 about Irrigation (Gazette of the regional city of Tasikmalaya 2004 Number 48); 29. The regulations of the regional city of Tasikmalaya No. 2 of 2005 on the establishment of Organizational units of the Police and teachers ' Praja Tasikmalaya (Gazette of the regional city of Tasikmalaya 2005 Number 52); 30. Applicable local Tasikmalaya number 6 2005 on Investigating civil servant (1988) (Sheet Tasikmalaya 2005 Areas Number 56); 31. Rule number 3 Tasikmalaya City Area in 2008 about the Affairs of governance into the authority of the Government of the city of Tasikmalaya (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2008 Number 83); 32. Regulation No. 8 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2008 on the establishment of the Organization the device region (the regional Gazette Tasikmalaya in 2008 Number 92); 33. Local regulations Tasikmalaya No. 9 in 2008 on Long-term development plan (RPJP) the town of Tasikmalaya http://bphn.go.id/form 4-2005 – 2025 (the sheets 2008 Tasikmalaya Regional Number 89); 34. Regulation No. 15 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2008 about the medium-term development plan of the regional city of Tasikmalaya in 2008-2012 (the sheets 2008 Tasikmalaya City Area Number 96); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and Mayor of TASIKMALAYA CITY AREA of TASIKMALAYA, DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING PUBLIC ORDER. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation of this area is meant by: 1. The area is the town of Tasikmalaya. 2. Local Government is the town of Tasikmalaya. 3. The Mayor is the Mayor of Tasikmalaya. 4. Police Unit is the unit of the Municipal Police teachers ' teachers ' Praja Tasikmalaya City. 5. The investigating Police are Investigating State police of the Republic of Indonesia. 6. The investigating civil servant who then shortened in 1988, is a civil servant in a Government environment Tasikmalaya special authorised by law to do the investigation against violation of local regulations that contain provisions of a criminal. 7. The competent authority is the competent authority issuing the permit in accordance with the legislation. 8. the Order is an atmosphere that led to the order in the society according to the applicable norms giving rise to motivations at work in order to achieve the desired goals. 9. The Agency is a group of people and/or capital which is unity, both doing business and not doing business, including a limited liability company, the company komanditer and the company's other State-owned enterprises or areas by name and in any form, firm, peers, cooperatives, pension funds, charitable organizations or political organizations of its kind, institutions, business form and for the effort of its kind. http://bphn.go.id/


 the use of 5-10. Motor not vehicle is any vehicle that is driven by human or animal power. 11. The road was all over the road, including complementary buildings and equipment intended for public traffic, which is at ground level, above ground, below ground level and/or water, as well as on the surface of the water, except for the way the rails and roads. 12. Public Road is a road reserved for public traffic. 13. The space belongs to one-lane road is certain land in outer space benefits the way that still being part of the space belongs to the path that is limited by the space limit of right of way sign which is intended to meet the requirements of the vastness of the security of the use of the road, among others, for the purpose of widening the space benefits the way in the future. 14. the benefits of road Space is a space that is utilized for the construction of roads and made up the road, a street, as well as the threshold of security. 15. The shoulder of the road is part of the edge of the road to be used as a place to stop damage to the vehicle or used by emergency vehicles that were headed to a place that requires emergency assistance at a time when the road is undergoing a high density. 16. Sidewalk space is part of the way benefits reserved only for pedestrian traffic. 17. cue giver traffic Tool is an electronic device that uses a light cue can be equipped with sound cues to regulate the traffic of people and/or vehicle in the intersection or on the road. 18. the Beggar is a person who either singly or together in public meminta-minta with a variety of ways and reasons to expect compassion from others as well as intended to earn an income. 19. Public facility is a facility provided to the benefit of the public in the form of roads, sidewalks, parks and other public places. 20. The Park is all forms of children who were in the town of Tasikmalaya controlled by local governments. 21. Khomar is everything that when consumed can lead to drunk, impaired consciousness and intellect. 22. Alcoholic beverages are all types of beverages containing alcohol or ethanol. 23. Narcotics are substances or drugs derived from plants or plant is not good or semi synthetic synthetic that can cause a decrease or alteration of consciousness, loss of taste, reduce to eliminate pain, and can lead to dependency. 24. Psychotropic substances are substances or drugs, either natural or synthetic instead of narcotics, psychoactive nutritious through selective influence on the arrangement of the Center nerve causing characteristic changes in mental activity and behavior. http://bphn.go.id/the use of 6-25. Pornography is pictures, sketches, illustrations, photographs, text, voice, sound, moving image, animation, cartoon, conversations, gestures, or any other form of messaging through various forms of media communication and/or performing in public, which contains obscenity or sexual exploitation violates the norms of morality in society. 26. Prostitution or prostitution is the sale of sexual services, such as oral sex or sex, to obtain money and/or goods. 27. Cohabitation is persenggamaan/sexual intercourse committed by people of different genders without matrimony in a conscious state based upon love the same love. 28. Gambling is an activity game are chancy conducted through the media and/or specific tools in the form of betting by a man or a group of people with the intent to make a profit or acts that can be equated with it. 29. Renten is business activity membungakan of money and/or goods as a livelihood. 30. The Tuna is social disabilities social problems including Tramp and beggar. 31. the prostitute was a man who had sexual intercourse without being based on a legitimate marriage ties with with expect rewards or wages as retribution as well as disrupting public order. 32. the child is someone who hasn't aged 18 (eighteen) years old and have never been married. 33. Street children are children who most of the time are on the streets or in public places and disrupting public order. 34. Morality is a feeling of shame associated with sex appetite. 35. home Cabins is the rental house rooms are reserved for residences within a certain period. 36. The protection of society is the effort to protect the interests of the community of all the distractions and the threat of the serenity that cause any harm either physical or psychic. 37. The enforcement of local regulations is an effort or action so that the local regulations are adhered to by people in Tasikmalaya and/or associated with the city of Tasikmalaya. 38. The investigation is investigating a series of actions in the matter and according to the manner provided for in Act No. 8 of 1981 on the law of criminal procedure to locate and gather the evidence with the evidence it makes no bones about the crime happened and to find should suspect. 39. The documents of the population is the official description of the results of population registration and civil registration issued by the City Government as authentic evidence of Tasikmalaya for residents. http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 7-CHAPTER II AIMS and OBJECTIVES article 2 (1) the meaning of the regulation of this area is as legal basis that align the interests of the community to not interfere with each other or each other's harm each other so that created the conditions for an orderly, safe, comfortable and serene. (2) the purpose of regulation of this area is to bring about the social life of the order, a nation and a country that guarantees every person or entity can exercise the rights and obligations are aligned and balanced. CHAPTER III the SCOPE of article 3 of the regulation of this area governs matters relating to efforts to realize the public order in an area that includes the following: a. an orderly traffic; b. code of conduct of public/fasilitas place; c. an orderly effort; d. Environmental Code of conduct; e. the orderly rivers, waterways and water sources; f. orderly sluttish, tuna social and street children; g. orderly home cabins. CHAPTER IV ORDERLY TRAFFIC of article 4 (1) every person is entitled to protection and to enjoy the convenience of traffic. (2) local Governments those powers through setting appropriate holding of traffic. Article 5 in an attempt to regulate a smooth flow of traffic, local governments can establish one-way roads, freeways, highways sado/horse cart, parking facilities, free parking, a school safety zone and the orderly traffic on certain streets. Article 6 Every pedestrian crossing the road using compulsory means of crossing that has been provided. http://bphn.go.id/real 8-article 7 (1) any public transport service users are prohibited from rising or falling from a vehicle in a place forbidden for vehicles to stop. (2) every public transport obligated crosses the road according a predetermined route. Article 8 (1) every person or entity that engages in the street or road that can lead to disruption of the function of the way mandatory to install signs or other warning signs that can be seen clearly by other road users. (2) if the activity referred to in subsection (1) has been completed, then the person or entity carrying out such activities is obligated to return the road conditions to its original state. Article 9 any individual or entity that owns and/or driving a public passenger transport permissions issued by the local government, obliged to: a. complete the on-site safety and security requirements to ensure the safety, comfort and safety of passengers; b. charge rates in accordance with the rates set by the Mayor; c. do not coat the vehicle with glass glass film and/or objects/other layers that can interfere with dazzling views/other road users, except that which has been set up specifically in the legislation; d. use the number sign vehicle, issued by the competent authority; e. provide a warning to passengers if known by him or by him, there are allegedly worth evildoers who hitchhike on vehicles; and f. transport and carry passengers up to the appropriate destination path routes permitted for him; Article 10 any person or entity prohibited: a. use of space benefits and/or road right of way spaces in addition to the allocation of functions and without the permission of the competent authority; b. driving of motor vehicles is not to fight the flow of traffic, a breaching tool giver traffic signals and/or do not use lamps/lighting at night; http://bphn.go.id/


 form 9-c. driving a pedicab or horse/sado on freeway sections rickshaws and/or sado/horse; d. engage in gathering a biker (gank motor) that does the damage, anarkhis and other criminal acts so as to disturb public order and convenience cross-pass; e. benefits of space litter the streets and/or space belonging to the roads, drainage, pavement, traffic signs and other public facilities; f. burn trash in space benefit the road and/or right of way; g. broke through the fence dividing the road; h. wash, repair, store, letting in a State of broken and/or paint the vehicle on the shoulder of the road or pavement over 1 x 24 hours; i. installing roadblocks portal and/or the Ribbon penggaduh on public roads without the permission of the competent authority; and j. busking on the street so it can cause interference order leisure and traffic. Chapter V ORDERLY PLACES and PUBLIC FACILITIES article 11 Orderly places and public facilities geared to protecting places and public facilities are built, prepared and/or placed by the local authorities and/or the community in order to be used in accordance with the functions and their uses. Article 12 in order to embody an orderly place and public facilities, so any person or entity prohibited: a. storing objects can disturb public order at the venue and/or public facilities; b. organizing advertisement, either non-commercial or not commercial in places and/or public facilities without the permission of the competent authority; c. littering public facilities; d. organizing effort at parking places and/or public facilities without the permission of the competent authority; e. open or move the warning sign, flower pots, the street name, street lighting lamps, traffic signs and/or other tools of its kind; f. smoking in certain places which are regulated by the rules then the Mayor; and g. perform any act or any other act resulting in disruption of the functions of the site and/or public facilities. http://bphn.go.id/form 10-CHAPTER VI ORDERLY BUSINESS chapter 13 an orderly effort directed at ways seek that orderly, regular and protect/appreciate the rights consumers/community. Article 14 any person or entity that conducts business activities in the Region must first obtain permission from the competent authority in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Section I code of conduct Attempts Khomar, gambling and Morality Article 15 local governments regulate its suit against persons or entities who conduct business regarding khomar, gambling and violation of decency. Paragraph 1 attempt at Orderly Khomar article 16 (1) every person or entity prohibited from producing, providing, incorporate, distribute, transport, store, Stockpiling, trade, present, promote and/or have khomar, including alcoholic beverages, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. (2) specifically for narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, the prohibition referred to in paragraph (1), are excluded for the purposes of health care and the development of science. Paragraph 2 the code of conduct of gambling article 17 any person or entity prohibited: a. doing business, organizing, seeking advantage from any form of gambling practices; b. establish, provide, rent the venue/facility/facilities to be invited, all forms of gambling, including selling coupon gambling; c. provide opportunities, assist, give permission to invited, all forms of gambling; and the use of http://bphn.go.id/11-d. protect and keep the place used for conducting gambling. Paragraph 3 Orderly Effort that violates Decency Article 18 any person or entity prohibited: a. conduct business activity or other entertainment venues, whether done alone or through another person, should be alleged can be a means to conduct contrary to the norms of decency/morality, religion and/or custom/culture of the local community, such as prostitution, discotheque, night club or can be equated with it; b. either singly or together, dress it, provide a venue/facility and/or people to do prostitution. c. manufacture, make, reproduce, duplicate, distribute, broadcast, importing, exporting, offering, trade in, lease, or otherwise make available pornography which explicitly contains the following things: 1. persenggamaan, including persenggamaan who stray; 2. sexual violence; 3. masturbation or masturbation; 4. the nudity or the impressive display of nudity; 5. the genitals; or 6. child pornography. d. provide pornography: 1. explicitly presents the nudity or the impressive display of nudity; 2. present the explicit genitalia; 3. exploit or exhibiting sexual activity; or 4. offer or advertise, either direct or indirect sexual service. The second part of the code of conduct other business article 19 in order to embody an orderly effort, then any person or entity prohibited: a. perform business activities in places that are not in accordance with the allocation, except at a place set by the rules of the Mayor; b. conduct business activities of begging in a public place and/or employ another person as a beggar; http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 12-c. doing business activities the voting donations without the permission of the competent authority; d. doing business activities providing a loan of money and/or goods by way of renten; e. share flyers for business activities in the streets, the green line, public transportation and City Park that can disturb public order; f. performing entertainment on the road, the green line and the City Park that can disrupt public order, without the permission of the competent authority; g. conduct business using public transport vehicles that his permission was not intended for public transport; h. activities as parking attendants in the road is not top of the authority granted by the competent authority; i. producing, trafficking, trade and storing firecrackers and the like without the permission of the competent authority; and j. opened the diner/rice stalls or similar with that in Ramadlan before 16.00 pm. CHAPTER VII an ORDERLY ENVIRONMENT article 20 local governments protect everyone from the disruption of public order environment. Article 21 (1) local governments regulate places of entertainment that could disrupt public order and/or may cause an adverse impact on the community. (2) to protect the rights of any person in the exercise of worship and/or religious activities, local authorities can shut down and/or shut down while the entertainment venues that can interfere with the execution of the service. Part One Orderly Environment of Khomar, gambling and acts that Violate Decency Article 22 local governments regulate against any person who consumes khomar, gambling and doing deeds that violate decency http://bphn.go.id/the use of 13-Paragraph 1 Orderly Environment of Khomar Article 23 in order to embody an orderly environment, then each person is prohibited: a. any khomar, including alcoholic beverages, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances except for the benefit of the treatment/recovery of health that his acquisition by prescription/under the supervision of doctors; and b. drunk publicly so disturbing public order and threaten the security/safety of itself and/or any other person as a result of consuming khomar, including alcoholic beverages, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. Paragraph 2 of the Environment Code of conduct Gambling Article 24 any person or entity prohibited: a. do all forms of gambling practices; b. engage, either directly or indirectly in the practice of any form of gambling; and c. look, watch, allowing any form of gambling practices without trying to prevent, stop or report to the competent authority. Paragraph 3 Orderly Environment of acts that Violate Decency Article 25 any person is prohibited: a. do prostitution; b. told other people or people who are under his rule or perwaliannya, either by force or without coercion, to do any act of prostitution; c. persuading or forcing others, good with words, gestures, signs or other means so that interested or forced to do prostitution; d. offer and/or provide yourself or others to commit prostitution; e. assist, facilitate, protect, hide and/or let the venue/facilities for the continuation of his deeds of prostitution; f. bring a person to do any act of prostitution; g. committing fornication with persons who have had ties of marriage; and http://bphn.go.id/


 the use of 14-h. did a cohabitation with people under the age of 18 (eighteen) years old and have never been married. Article 26 any person or entity prohibited: a. lend or download (download) pornography as stipulated in article 18 of the letters c and d; b. make, showcases, harness, have, or storing pornography products as referred to in article 18 of the letters c and d, except as authorized by regulations; c. Fund or facilitate any act referred to in the Article 6 letter c and d; d. intentionally or upon the consent of himself into objects or models which contain pornography charges; e. make other people as objects or models that contain pornography charges; f. expose themselves or others in the show or in public that depicts nudity, sexual exploitation, persenggamaan or other pornography-laden; g. engage children in activities and/or as an object referred to in the Article 6 letter c and d, article 26 letter a, letter b, letter d, letter e and the letter f; and h. engage, entice, exploit, condone, abuse of power or force the child in using the products or services of pornography. Article 27 any person or entity prohibited: a. making out, cuddle and/or kissing in public places that led to sexual intercourse; b. conduct cohabitation with people other than those referred to in article 25 of the letters g and h; c. do persenggamaan/sexual relationships with people of the same sex; d. make, sell and/or distribute goods that form and his mimicked the shape and form of the breasts, genitalia, nudity, lewd scenes, scenes of coitus, masturbation/masturbation scenes and/or a scene that raises passions of lust, except those authorized by laws-an invitation; e. wearing clothing made from fabrics that invisibility in public; and f. specifically for adult women, are prohibited from wearing tight clothing which shows dent body, clothing that does not cover the chest, clothing that does not cover the belly button and/or clothing under that less than half the thighs in public. http://bphn.go.id/the use of 15-second portion of other environmental code of conduct Article 28 everyone is obligated to carry out the services in accordance with the teachings of the religion and beliefs of each. Article 29 (1) every person or entity that gathers, leads and/or coordinate some people or groups of people who are raising the mass deployment/, obliged to notify in writing to the competent authority. (2) a person or entity referred to in subsection (1) is obligated to ensure public order and prevent Group members or member of her group stop acts that violate the law. Article 30 in order to embody an orderly environment, then each person or entity is prohibited: a. littering the green line and/or garden city; b. broke through the fence of the green line and/or garden city; c. cut, trim and/or perform other deeds which could lead to the death of the trees in the forest city, Garden City and/or trees at the edges of the road belonging to local governments without the permission of the competent authority; d. rang loud aircraft radio, television or other entertainment that can disrupt the peace of the surrounding environment; e. organizing a party or entertainment either using the tool of entertainment or not at any given time where communities need tranquility to relax without the permission of the competent authority; f. solicit money or goods or services to any other person unlawfully or in return for services offered unilaterally; g. providing alcoholic beverages in any supper, except for certain religious activities; h. eat, drink and/or similar with that in public places during the day in the month of Ramadlan; i. insulting, harassing or demeaning religious symbols; j. interfere with or inhibit other people who are legitimately doing their job; k. cinematic entertainment in violation of the norms of decency/morality and leads to acts of sadism; the use of 16-http://bphn.go.id/l. burn trash in places that could compromise safety, cause pollution and/or interfere with public health; d. let the trees, branches, twigs and/or leaves that spread and/or fall onto the page belongs to others nearby that can cause damage and/or make garbage; n. burning firecrackers and the like so that it can cause interference with public order; o. play kite that can harm people, damaging electrical cable network, telephone and/or antenna; p. let farm animals and/or pets who become his responsibilities running around in the street or in a public place so as to disturb public order; q. let dirt farm animals and/or pets who become his responsibility so as to disturb public order; and r. soiling of buildings and facilities complement belonging to other people against the law without the permission of the owner. CHAPTER VIII ORDERLY UTILIZATION of rivers, WATERWAYS and WATER SOURCES article 31 local governments organize the efforts of preservation and utilization of rivers, waterways and water sources and/or similar. Article 32 in order to realize the orderly utilization of rivers, waterways and water sources, any person or entity prohibited: a. make building irrigation without the permission of the competent authority; b. do the business of river and irrigation building without the permission of the competent authority; c. change the flow of the River, establish, modify or dismantle the buildings within or cross the river without the permission of the competent authority; d. take and use river water for the non-commercial business activities without the permission of the competent authority; e. discard and/or place the dirt on springs, ponds, streams and drinking water sources of clean water. f. maintain, put keramba-keramba fish in waterways and rivers; g. take or move the lid got sewers or waterways. http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 17-h. closing and/or narrow waterways so as to disrupt the smooth flow of water; and i. connect a network to the network of water TAPS persil. CHAPTER IX ORDERLY SLUTTISH, TUNA STREET CHILDREN and SOCIAL Article 33 local governments regulate against: a. sluttish, tuna social in public places and other places; b. places that used to do the deed and/or activities that violate decency or lead to deeds and/or activities in violation of decency; c. any person, legal entity or Association gathers street children, beggars and bums to put to the road meminta-minta/busking for pulled his earnings; d. street children who seek income by busking, meminta-minta and/or the like on the road and/or in the public passenger transport vehicles; and e. the lunatics who roam and not guarded by her family so that harm to himself or to others. Article 34 (1) the local government organises the construction, supervision and control for prostitute, tuna social and street children. (2) the procedures for construction, monitoring and control for prostitute, tuna social and street children referred to in subsection (1) are governed further by a regulation the Mayor. CHAPTER X ORDERLY HOME CABINS Article 35 Each lodge's mandatory home organizers: a. Act as responsible for the security, public order, and all activities that occur in the lodge's House; b. provide a living area separate from the lodge's rooms; c. report in writing every month or at any time are needed regarding the number and identity of the pemondok to the local History through Chairman Jiran (RT) and Chairman of the tenets of the citizens (RW); http://bphn.go.id/the use of 18-d. told Chairman of the RT when receiving guests staying more than 1 x 24 hours; e. create and put up a code of conduct in the House of the lodge with guided to the norms of law, religion, custom and propriety; f. provide guidance and direction to pemondok to be able to adjust to the life of the local community and play an active role in civic activities or development; g. maintain hygiene and environmental health; and h. adhering to the overall provision of legislation. Article 36 Any mandatory pemondok: a. have the residency documents; b. maintain order and security in their environment; and c. comply with the applicable code of conduct in the House of the lodge. Article 37 (1) of each lodge, home providers are prohibited from organizing the house inhabited by the pemondok cabins of different genders in one building. (2) the prohibition in subsection (1) does not apply to the House of the lodge as a whole are intended for inhabited by the pemondok and their families or who had relatives was raised. CHAPTER XI and the PUBLIC ROLE of article 38 (1) the community can participate in implementing public order and conducting prevention efforts against indications of violation of public order. (2) the role of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out with attention to aspects of public order and peace of the community based on the provisions of the legislation. http://bphn.go.id/


 form 19-CHAPTER XII CONSTRUCTION, control and SUPERVISION Article 39 Construction, control and supervision of the implementation of Regulations against this area carried out by the Organization of the device Area in accordance with the basic tasks and functions of each. CHAPTER XIII article 40 MONITORING monitoring of the situation of public order was implemented at all times by a police unit of teachers ' Praja. CHAPTER XIV the ENFORCEMENT of article 41 If found infringement of applicable local and/or regulations the implementation of the other then 1988 immediately do the investigation in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. Article 42 the results of the investigation as referred to in article 41 is poured in the news of the proceedings (BAP) for further submitted to the investigating Police for further processing. CHAPTER XV the ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS Article 43 each person or entity that: a. undertake activities as parking attendants in the road is not top of the authority granted by the competent authority, as referred to in article 20 h; b. open a restaurant/stall rice or similar with that in Ramadlan before 16.00 WIB, as stipulated in article 20 j; c. wearing clothing made from fabrics that invisibility in public, as stipulated in article 27 of the letter e; 20-d-agricultural http://bphn.go.id/. specifically for mature women, wearing a tight dress which shows dent body, clothing that does not cover the chest, clothing that does not cover the belly button and/or clothing under that less than half the thighs in public, as stipulated in article 27 of the letter f; e. do not carry out the services in accordance with the teachings of the religion and faith respectively, as stipulated in article 28; f. eat, drink and/or similar with that in public places during the day in the month of Ramadlan, as stipulated in article 30 h; g. let trees, branches, twigs and/or leaves that spread and/or fall onto the page belongs to others nearby that can cause damage and/or making junk, as stipulated in article 30 of the letter m; h. let farm animals and/or pets who become his responsibilities running around in the street or in a public place so as to disturb public order, as stipulated in article 30 of the letter p; i. let dirt farm animals and/or pets who become his responsibility so as to disturb public order, as stipulated in article 30 of the letter q; j. organizes home cabins that do not meet the obligations: 1. to act as a person in charge for the security, public order, and all activities that occur in the lodge's House; 2. provide a separate living space from the lodge's rooms; 3. report in writing every month or at any time as needed, regarding the number and identity of the pemondok to the local History through Chairman Jiran (RT) and Chairman of the tenets of the citizens (RW); 4. inform the Chairman of the RT when receiving guests staying more than 1 x 24 hours; 5. make and install the code of conduct in the House of the lodge with guided to the norms of law, religion, custom and propriety; 6. provide guidance and direction to pemondok to be able to adjust to the life of the local community and play an active role in civic activities as well as development as stipulated in article 35 the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e and the letter f; administrative penalties may be: a. coaching; b. reprimand; c. a written warning; d. restriction of activities; e. termination of activities, either temporarily or permanently; f. orders demolition or removal or discharge; -agricultural http://bphn.go.id/21-g. dissolution; and/or a fine of Rp. h. 3,000,000.00. (three million dollars). CHAPTER XVI the PROVISIONS of INVESTIGATION Article 44 (1) Investigation against violation of local regulations is conducted by the police or Investigators in 1988 in the Tasikmalaya City Government environment appointment specified in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (2) in carrying out the task of investigation, 1988, referred to in subsection (1), authorized: a. receives a report or a complaint from a person regarding the existence of a criminal action for infringement of the rules Area; b. do the first action and examination on the scene; c. instructed to stop someone and checking identification belonging to the suspect; d. perform the seizure of objects and/or letter; e. taking fingerprints and a photograph of a person; f. calling the people to be heard and examined as a suspect or a witness; g. bring the necessary expert people in connection with the proceeding; h. inspect the books, records and other documents relating to criminal acts; i. hold the cessation of investigation after receiving instructions from the National Police Investigators that there was no sufficient evidence or such events does not constitute a criminal offence and subsequently through the National Police Investigators to notify the public prosecutor, the suspect or his family; and j. held another action according to the law is responsible. (3) the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1) notify the commencement of investigation and convey the results of penyidikannya to the public prosecutor in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. CHAPTER XVII of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 45 (1) Every pedestrian crossing the street does not use a means of crossing that has been provided, as stipulated in article 6, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 15 (fifteen) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 150, 000, 00 (one hundred fifty thousand rupiah). http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 22-(2) every public transit service users rise or fall from a vehicle in a place forbidden for vehicles to stop, as stipulated in article 7 paragraph (1), are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 15 (fifteen) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 150, 000, 00 (one hundred fifty thousand rupiah). Article 46 (1) every person or entity that engages in the street or road that can lead to disruption of the function of the road did not put up a sign or other warning signs that can be seen clearly by other road users, as referred to in article 8 paragraph (1), are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 1 (one) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 2.500.000.00 (two million five hundred thousand dollars). (2) if the activity referred to in subsection (1) has been completed, but the person or entity carrying out such activities did not return to the original state road conditions, as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2), are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 1 (one) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 2.500.000.00 (two million five hundred thousand dollars). Article 47 any individual or entity that owns and/or driving a public passenger transport permissions issued by local government: a. do not complete the requirements of the safety and security of its vehicles to ensure safety, comfort and safety of passengers; b. charge a rate incompatible with the tariff set by the Mayor; c. coat the vehicle with glass glass film and/or objects/other layers that can interfere with dazzling views/other road users, except that which has been set up specifically in the legislation; d. do not use the number sign vehicle, issued by the competent authority; e. give no warning to passengers if known by him or by him, there are allegedly worth evildoers who hitchhike on vehicles; and/or f. does not carried and carries passengers up to the appropriate destination path routes permitted for him. referred to in article 9, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 20 (twenty) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 750,000.00 (seven hundred fifty thousand dollars). http://bphn.go.id/


 the use of the 23-article 48 every person or entity that: a. drive the motor with no vehicle against traffic flow, breaching tools giver traffic signals and/or do not use lamps/lighting at night; b. driving a pedicab or horse/sado on freeway sections rickshaws and/or sado/horse; c. benefits of space litter the streets and/or space belonging to the roads, drainage, pavement, traffic signs and other public facilities; d. burn trash in space benefit the road and/or right of way; e. broke through the fence dividing the road; and/or f. put up roadblocks portal and/or the Ribbon penggaduh on public roads without the permission of the competent authority; and/or g. busking on the street so it can cause interference comfort and orderliness of traffic; as stipulated in article 10 the letter b, letter c, letter e, letter f, letter g, letter i and j, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 20 (twenty) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 750,000.00 (seven hundred fifty thousand dollars). Article 49 every person or entity that: a. storing objects can disturb public order at the venue and/or public facilities; b. soiling public facilities; c. organizing effort at parking places and/or public facilities without the permission of the competent authority; d. open or move the warning sign, flower pots, the street name, street lighting lamps, traffic signs and/or other tools of its kind; e. smoking in places that according to regulations of the Mayor is forbidden to smoke; and/or f. perform any act or any other act resulting in disruption of the functions of the site and/or public facilities. as stipulated in article 12 letter a, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f, letter g and are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 1 (one) month of 15 (fifteen) days or a maximum fine of IDR 5,000,000.00 (five million rupiah). Article 50 any person or entity that conducts business activities or other entertainment venues, whether done alone or through another person, should be alleged can be a means to conduct contrary to the norms of decency/morality, religion and/or custom/culture of the local community, such as prostitution, discos, http://bphn.go.id/the use of a 24-night club or can be equated with it, as stipulated in article 6 letter a are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 7,500,000.00 (seven million five hundred thousand dollars). Article 51 any person or entity that: a. perform business activities in places that are not in accordance with the allocation, except at a place set by the rules of the Mayor; b. employing other people as beggars; c. do the business activities of the voting donations without the permission of the competent authority; d. distributing flyers for business activities in the streets, the green line, public transportation and City Park that can disturb public order; and/or e. conduct activities as parking attendants in the road is not top of the authority granted by the competent authority as referred to in article 7 letter a, letter b, letter c, letter e and h, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 20 (twenty) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 750,000.00 (seven hundred fifty thousand dollars). Article 52 any person or entity that: a. conducting a business activity providing a loan of money and/or goods by way of renten; b. hold a live entertainment on the road, the green line and the City Park that can disrupt public order, without the permission of the competent authority; and/or c. produce, distribute, trade and storing firecrackers and the like without the permission of the competent authority, as referred to in article 7 letter d, letter f and the letter i, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 1 (one) month of 15 (fifteen) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 5, 000, 000, 00 (five million rupiah). Article 53 any person viewing, watching, allowing the practice of any form of gambling without trying to prevent, stop or report to the competent authority, as referred to in article 24 of the letter c, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 25,000,000.00 (twenty five million rupiah). http://bphn.go.id/the use of 25-article 54 every person or entity that: a. do fornication with persons other than those referred to in article 25 of the letters g and h; b. do persenggamaan/sexual relationships with people of the same sex; and/or c. make, sell and/or distribute goods that form and his mimicked the shape and form of the breasts, genitalia, nudity, lewd scenes, scenes of coitus, masturbation/masturbation scenes and/or a scene that raises passions of lust, except those authorized by laws-an invitation; as stipulated in article 27 of the letter b, letter c, letter d and are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 25,000,000.00 (twenty five million rupiah). Article 55 each person or entity that gathers, leads and/or coordinate some people or groups of people that are the deployment/mobilization of the masses, cannot regulate members of the Group and/or to prevent or stop the members of his group of acts that violate the law, as stipulated in article 29, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 1 (one) month of 15 (fifteen) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 5, 000, 000, 00 (five million rupiah). Article 56 every person or entity that: a. the litter green line and/or garden city; b. broke through the fence of the green line and/or garden city; c. Emit loud aircraft radio, television or other entertainment that can disrupt the peace of the surrounding environment; d. ask for money or goods or services to any other person unlawfully or in return for services offered unilaterally; e. play kite that can harm the soul and damage the electric cable networks, telephone and/or antenna; referred to in article 30 of the letter a, letter b, letter d, letter f and the letter o, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 20 (twenty) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 750,000.00 (seven hundred fifty thousand dollars). Article 57 any person or entity: http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 26-a. cut, trim and/or perform other deeds which could lead to the death of the trees in the forest city, Garden City and/or trees at the edges of the road belonging to local governments without the permission of the competent authority; b. organize a party or entertainment either using the tool of entertainment or not at any given time where communities need tranquility to relax without the permission of the competent authority; c. providing alcoholic beverages in the banquet, other than for certain religious activities; d. insulting, harassing or demeaning religious symbols; e. interfere with or inhibit other people who are legitimately doing their job; f. cinematic entertainment in violation of the norms of decency/morality and leads to acts of sadism; g. burning firecrackers and the like so that it can cause interference with public order; and/or h. soiling of buildings and facilities complement belonging to other people against the law without the permission of the owner. referred to in article 30 of the letter c, letter e, letter g, letter i, letter j, letter k, letter n and the letter r, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 10, 000, 000, 00 (ten million dollars). Article 58 any person or entity that: a. make building irrigation without the permission of the competent authority; b. do the business of river and irrigation building without the permission of the competent authority; c. change the flow of the River, establish, modify or dismantle the buildings within or cross the river without the permission of the competent authority; d. take and use river water for the non-commercial business activities without the permission of the competent authority; e. discard and/or place the dirt on springs, ponds, streams and drinking water sources of clean water. f. maintain, put keramba-keramba fish in the waterways and/or river; g. take or move the lid got sewers or waterways. and/or h. closing and/or narrow waterways so as to disrupt the smooth flow of water; as stipulated in article 32 letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f, letter g and h, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 2 (two) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 7, 500, 000, 00 (seven million five hundred thousand dollars). http://bphn.go.id/


 form 27-Article 59 (1) every lodge home providers who do not meet the obligation to maintain hygiene and environmental health, as stipulated in article 35 of the letter g, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 20 (twenty) days or a maximum fine of Rp. 750,000.00 (seven hundred fifty thousand dollars). (2) every organiser House Lodge, which hosts the lodge house inhabited by a different gender pemondok in one building, but the overall intended for inhabited by the pemondok and their families or who had relatives was raised, as stipulated in article 37, are convicted by criminal confinement of not longer than 2 (two) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 10, 000, 000, 00 (ten million dollars). Article 60 Each driver of a public transport that cross roads not in accordance with a predetermined route, as stipulated in article 7, paragraph (2) are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 61 every person or entity that: a. the use of the benefits of the road and/or right of way spaces in addition to the allocation of functions and without the permission of the competent authority; b. engage in a gathering of bikers (gank motor) that did the damage, anarkhis and other criminal acts so as to disturb public order and convenience cross-pass; and c. wash, repair, store, letting in a State of broken and/or paint the vehicle on the shoulder of the road or pavement over 1 x 24 hours; referred to in article 10 a, the letter d and h, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 62 any person or agency which organizes advertising, either commercial or non-commercial use is not in place and/or public facilities without the permission of the competent authority, as referred to in article 12 letter b, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 28-article 63 each person or entity that conducts business activities in the Region did not first obtain permission from the competent authority in accordance with the provisions of regulation perundng-invitation, as stipulated in article 14, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 64 Every person or entity that produces, provides, incorporate, distribute, transport, store, Stockpiling, trade, present, promote and/or have any alcohol, including alcohol, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, other than for the purpose of health services and the development of science, as stipulated in article 19, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 65 every person or entity that: a. doing business, organizing, seeking advantage from any form of gambling practices; b. establish, provide, rent the venue/facility/facilities to be invited, all forms of gambling, including selling coupon gambling; c. provide opportunities, assist, give permission to invited, all forms of gambling; d. protect and keep the place used for conducting gambling. as stipulated in article 17, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 66 every person or entity that: a. either singly or together, dress it, provide a venue/facility and/or people to do prostitution. b. produce, create, reproduce, duplicate, distribute, broadcast, importing, exporting, offering, trade in, lease, or otherwise make available pornography which explicitly contains the following things: 1. persenggamaan, including persenggamaan who stray; 2. sexual violence; 3. masturbation or masturbation; 4. the nudity or the impressive display of nudity; 5. the genitals; the use of http://bphn.go.id/or 29-6. child pornography. c. provide pornography: 1. explicitly presents the nudity or the impressive display of nudity; 2. present the explicit genitalia; 3. exploit or exhibiting sexual activity; or 4. offer or advertise, either direct or indirect sexual service. as stipulated in article 6 letter b, letter c, letter d and are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 67 of any person or entity that: a. perform business activities of begging in public places; and b. doing business using public transport vehicles that his permission was not intended for public transport; as referred to in article 7 letter b and g, are convicted by criminal in accordance with provisions of laws-invitation. Article 68 any person who: a. are consuming khomar, including alcoholic beverages, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, except for the benefit of the treatment/recovery of health that his acquisition by prescription/under the supervision of doctors; and b. drunk publicly so disturbing public order and threaten the security/safety of itself and/or any other person as a result of consuming khomar, including alcoholic beverages, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances; as stipulated in article 23, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 69 any person or entity that: a. do all forms of gambling practices; b. engage, either directly or indirectly in the practice of any form of gambling; as stipulated in article 24 letter a and letter b, are convicted by criminal in accordance with provisions of laws-invitation. http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 30-article 70 any person who: a. do prostitution; b. told other people or people who are under his rule or perwaliannya, either by force or without coercion, to do any act of prostitution; c. persuading or forcing others, good with words, gestures, signs or other means so that interested or forced to do prostitution; d. offer and/or provide yourself or others to commit prostitution; e. assist, facilitate, protect, hide and/or let the venue/facilities for the continuation of his deeds of prostitution; f. bring a person to do any act of prostitution; g. committing fornication with persons who have had ties of marriage; h. perform philandering with a person aged under 18 (eighteen) years of age who have never been married. as stipulated in article 25, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 71 any person or entity that: a. lend or download (download) pornography as stipulated in article 18 of the letters c and d; b. make, showcases, harness, have, or storing pornography products as referred to in article 18 of the letters c and d, except as authorized by regulations; c. Fund or facilitate any act referred to in the Article 6 letter c and d; d. intentionally or upon the consent of himself into objects or models which contain pornography charges; e. make other people as objects or models that contain pornography charges; f. expose themselves or others in the show or in public that depicts nudity, sexual exploitation, persenggamaan, or other pornography-laden; g. engage children in activities and/or as an object referred to in the Article 6 letter c and d, article 26 letter a, letter b, letter d, letter e and the letter f; h. Invites, persuades, harness, letting, abuse of power or force the child in using the products or services of pornography. http://bphn.go.id/-agricultural 31-as stipulated in article 26, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 72 any person making out, cuddle and/or kissing in public places that led to sexual intercourse, as stipulated in article 27 a, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 73 any person or body that burns trash at places that can endanger safety, cause pollution and/or interfere with public health, as referred to in article 30 of the letter l, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 74 Every person or entity that connects the network to the network of water TAPS persil, as stipulated in article 32 of the letter i, are convicted by criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 75 (1) Deposits a fine as stipulated in article 45, article 46, article 47, article 48, article 49, article 50, article 51, article 52, article 53, article 54, article 55, article 56, article 57, article 58 and article 59 was implemented in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (2) a criminal offence as referred to in article 45, article 46, article 47, article 48, article 49, article 50, article 51, article 52, article 53, article 54, article 55, article 56, article 57, article 58 and article 59 is a violation. CHAPTER XVIII the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 76 at the time this Area Regulations came into force, the regulation of the regional city of Tasikmalaya number 7 in 2005 about the Peace and public order (Regional Gazette Tasikmalaya 2005 Number 59), repealed and declared inapplicable. Article 77 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. http://bphn.go.id/


In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in Tasikmalaya City Area of the sheet. Set in Tasikmalaya on September 24, 2009, MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT of the promulgation in Tasikmalaya on September 25, 2009, SECRETARY of the REGIONAL CITY of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. TIO SENSES SETIADI TASIKMALAYA REGIONAL GAZETTE in 2009 NUMBER 109 form 32-http://bphn.go.id/