goodmorningpapua.com – Customs and Excises as a law enforcement unit in the field of customness and excise duty needs to focus on optimizing law enforcement coordination with related ministries and agencies. As a collaborative step, Customs and Excise is carrying out supervision synergies with law enforcement agencies in the Bali and Papua regions.
In establishing synergy and coordination with law enforcement, the Head of the Bali Nusra Customs Regional Office (Kanwil), Susila Brata, along with representatives of echelon I units of the Ministry of Finance for the Bali region paid a visit to the Bali High Court, Monday (19/12). This visit was to discuss the synergy of supervision between the Indonesian Ministry of Finance and the Indonesian Attorney General’s Office in the Province of Bali.
Meanwhile, in Jayapura, the Head of Jayapura Customs and Excise, Edy Susanto, was also present at a team meeting for monitoring foreigners organized by the Papua Ministry of Law and Human Rights, on Wednesday (14/12). The activity was also joined by representatives of ministries and institutions in the Papua region, such as the XVII/Cenderawasih Regional Military Command, the Papua Province Culture and Tourism Office, the Papua Province National Border Management Agency, and Lantamal X Jayapura.
“This meeting specifically discussed the team for monitoring foreigners (Timpora) including the process of intelligence performance, prosecution and surveillance during 2022, updating information regarding the presence of foreigners in the Papua region, as well as discussing future work plans for more effective surveillance of foreigners and efficient,” said Edy.
Edy said that in increasing synergy with law enforcement, Jayapura Customs and Excise was also a resource person in the evaluation meeting for the territorial sector for the 2022 fiscal year which was held by the XVII/Cenderawasih Regional Military Command, on Thursday (22/12).
“This evaluation meeting aims to optimize supervision in the Papua region. The main topic discussed is the strategy and performance of supervision. In this way, we hope to be able to equalize perceptions in law enforcement and increase synergy for law enforcement officials in the Papua region, “concluded Edy