Wednesday, June 21, 2017

1) OPHIR ENERGY LIKELY TO START EXPLORATION DRILL IN WEST PAPUA IV


2) WAMENA POLICE OFFICER ALLEGEDLY TORTURE MINORS
3) REGIONAL POLICE OF PAPUA WILL INVESTIGATE TORTURE AGAINST MINOR IN WAMENA
4) 93 PERCENT OF DRUG USERS IN JAYAPURA REGENCY ARE PAPUAN INDIGENOUS
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1) OPHIR ENERGY LIKELY TO START EXPLORATION DRILL IN WEST PAPUA IV
                                              Ophir energy acreage in Indonesia – IST
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2) WAMENA POLICE OFFICER ALLEGEDLY TORTURE MINORS
Wamena, Jubi – A police officer in Wamena, Jayawijaya allegedly mistreated a minor, Friday afternoon, June 16, 2017.
As a result the victim named Albert Nawipa (15) had to be treated at Emergency Installation (IGD) RSUD Wamena.
Yance Tenoye from Jayawijaya Institute for Law and Human Rights Studies and Advocacy said that Albert was beaten by police officers who served in Pasar Potikelek. After got beaten the victim was also told to clean up the post in the market.

“When the family saw and took the child out of the post, saying that the police post was not his place of work and took him out, he was brought home. Arriving at home, the family saw the bleeding from victim’s nose and finally took him to Wamena hospitals,” he said.
Tenoye regretted the actions of police officers, especially because the victim is under age. He and the families of victims did not understand what cause of the child persecution.
Jayawijaya Police Chief, AKBP Yan Pieter Reba confirmed to have received a report related to the alleged persecution.
“I have not been able to give response, since Friday I am preparing for the visit of Kapolda to Wamena,” said Kapolres.
Separately, Chairman of Advocacy Network of Law and Human Rights of the Middle Mountains, Theo Hesegem asserted that the police was not professional. Moreover, the victims of abuse are minors and persecuted in Pasar Potikelek.
According to him, the officer/police post should be a place to serve and protect the community. (*)
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3) REGIONAL POLICE OF PAPUA WILL INVESTIGATE TORTURE AGAINST MINOR IN WAMENA
Jayapura, Jubi – Member of House Commission I Papua, Laurenzus Kadepa hopes the Police Chief of Papua, Inspector General Boy Rafli Amar did not break his promise and would investigate the alleged violence case against Albert Nawipa (15) allegedly committed by police officer of  Jayawijaya, Papua, Friday (June 16).
Kadepa claimed to have communicated with the Papua Police Chief and that he would prosecute his members if it were true.
“The police chief regretted the incident, saying that the police officer is now being questioned by the police chief, hoping that the victim will recover immediately,” he said to Jubi on Tuesday (June 20).

According to him, the settlement of this case is entirely on the Papua Police to sanction individual members who allegedly carried out violence if it was proven.
“I deeply regret that a 15-year-old boy is allegedly beaten by a police officer, I get this information from the victim’s family and the victim’s parents want the perpetrator to be processed, I ask the Police to resolve the case,” he said.
The promise must be kept in order for the victims and their kinship to get justice. “The police chief has promised so he has to keep it, to resolve the case thoroughly,” he said.
Separately, Head of Public Relations of Papua Police, Senior Commissioner (Pol) AM. Kamal said the police did not remain silent. After getting the information, the Papua Police Chief directly ordered the Head of Propam to proceed to Wamena, Jayawijaya and conducting an investigation. If the information is true and the results of an investigation indicate there are unscrupulous police officers, will certainly be dealt with according to the rules.
“We got the information last night and Kapolres did not know about it yet, but this morning (June 20), the Chief of Police ordered Head of Propam to proceed to Wamena for investigation,” said Kombes (Pol) AM. Kamal.
According to him, the Papua Police has taken steps to find out the truth of the information. If it proves that a police officer conducted violence, there will be a step taken by the institution.
“We do not tolerate our members who have committed violations, we have been informed by Kontras friends in Jakarta, DPR RI and others,” he said. (*)
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4) 93 PERCENT OF DRUG USERS IN JAYAPURA REGENCY ARE PAPUAN INDIGENOUS

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