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HISTORY OF POLDA BALI
Brief History of Polda Nusra :
The growth and development of Polda Nusra was strongly influenced by the condition and situation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia.
1. The August 17, 1947 to 1950 Period.
On August 17, 1945, local police chiefs including those in the Nusa Tenggara region separated from control of the Japanese administration and self-declared as part of the Police of the Republic of Indonesia.

On December 24, 1946, Ordenantie No. 143 year 1946 from the East Indonesia chiefs was implemented, regarding the “structure and form of governance” that was based on the Swapraja regulation year 1938, which the local Police organizations in the regions complied to.

Police in the Governmental sphere

East Indonesia, is administratively under the East Indonesian Ministry of Internal Affairs aided by a Head of the East Indonesia Police Bureau. The Nusa Tenggara region at the time was divided into 2 police regions namely:
a. The Bali and Lombok Residential Police located in Denpasar which oversees the police in each Swapraja on Bali and Lombok.
b. The East and the islands Residential Police located in Kupang which oversees the police in each Swapraja in the region.

Then the police organizations located in the Nusa Tenggara region changed into 5 (five) areas each headed by a Head of Regional Police or Kepala Kepolisian Daerah (KPDA). The five areas are:
a. Bali Regional Police or Kepolisian Daerah Bali located in Denpasar.
b. Lombok Regional Police or Kepolisian Daerah Lombok located in Ampenan.
c. Sumbawa/Sumba Regional Police or Kepolisian Daerah Sumbawa/Sumba located in Bima.
d. Flores Regional Police or Kepolisian Daerah Flores located in Ende.
e. Timor Regional Police or Kepolisian Daerah Timor located in Kupang.

On August 17, 1950 the Republic of Indonesia was born, followed by the birth of the State Police Bureau on August 19, 1950, where each of the heads of the regional police had direct contact with the State Police in Jakarta.

Organization

bali police
POLICE IN UNIFORM:

 

  1. Kompi Dalmas dit samapta:
    Kompi Dalmas trains in mass control, Dalmas is present in every Polres/Poltabes unit including Dalmas Polda, and moreover, several Polsek in the area of Polda Bali is equipped with Dalmas platoons in anticipation of threats that require the Police force in the form of Dalmas units. This unit also endowed with patrolling duties in the form of squads.
  2. Tourism Police or Polisi Pariwisata:
    Tourism Personnel are Police members that are specially formed to carry out security duties for domestic and international tourists, the skills and basic abilities of tourism personnel are more specified to serving tourists therefore language skills compulsory, and tourism units are deployed in tourism objects all over Bali.
  3. Polantas:
    Traffic personnel provide information to society regarding traffic wisdom, are present in every levels of the police force, from Polsek to Polda with duties beside basic general police duties are more emphasized on traffic order therefore its deployment are securing traffic and including tourism objects.
  4. Ditpolair:
    Sea police, the unit is centered in Polda Bali, but its deployment is in the coastal areas and lakesides all over the jurisdiction area of Polda Bali, Polair posts area present in every marine tourism area to provide security services for tourists.
  5. Satbrimobda:
    A member of the Jihandak Sab Brimob secures an object suspected as explosives, Brimob personnel are formed and specially deployed in prevention of high intensity security threats, terrorism, mass riots, organized armed crime or explosives including Search and Rescue (SAR) tasks from disasters and other disorders together with other operational police components, Satbrimob is centered at Mapolda Bali.

POLICE NOT IN UNIFORM

  1. Intelkam:
    Intelkam personnel, intelkam units are present at every Polri unit from Polsek to Polda levels that have main duties besides general police duties to specially detect problems occurring in the society.
  2. Reskrim:
    Reskrim personnel, reskrim units are under every Polri unit from Polsek to Polda, that have main duties in crime investigation and detection activities, including identification and field laboratorial forensic functions, in law enforcement, coordination and operational supervision and PPNS detection administration according to effective rules and law.
  3. Drugs and Narcotics or Narkoba:
    Narkoba personnel, Narkoba units are under the Polres/Poltabes and Polda Bali levels that have main duties to carry out guidance and conduct drug and narcotics (Narkoba) crime investigative and detection functions, including group discussions and assistance in prevention and rehabilitation efforts for drug abuse victims.
  4. Densus 88 AT:
    The Special 88 AT Detachment profile, fully prepared in anticipation of terrorist threats, this unit is present at Polda levels all over Indonesia and conducting BKO in certain conflict areas, at Polda Bali this unit is located at the Mapolda with jurisdiction in all regencies in Bali.

Tourism Security

OPERATIONAL CALL CENTER

1). MAIN DUTIES OF BKPD BALI
I. BKPD

  • DEFINING BALI SECURITY POLICIES & STRATEGIES.
  • COORDINATE SECURITY ASSISTANCE REHABILITATION, PUBLIC ORDER AND
  • CARRY OUT COORDINATION AND CONSULTATION OF INTER-FUNCTIONAL AND TRANS-INSTITUTIONAL SECURITY.
  • COMPREHENSIVE ORDER.
  • COORDINATE ASSISTANCE, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF SECURITY, PUBLIC ORDER AND PEACE.

 

II. BALI’S TECHNOLOGY BASED SECURITY PATTERN
Support from units on information and technology for the Polda Bali force as part of concern of the heads of Polri on

 

  1. Installment of Bali interregional communications networks.
  2. Installment of CCTV networks in risk areas / tourism objects
  3. Revitalization of Call Center at Polda levels
  4. Application of Security Gate at tourism objects including hotel areas
  5. Installment of CCTV by Pemda or private tourism businesses in each area

1. CALL CENTER POLDA BALI
Call Center Polda Bali has been in operation since 2002 in the Recovery Security System phase I and in 2006 a revitalization process of the Call Center Polda Bali in the Recovery Security System phase II was applied in line with technological advances.
Call Center Polda Bali is informational central in providing information, complaints and reporting directly or via technology on various occurrences be it security/order, safety, natural disasters and reports of emergencies in a certain area. Call center Polda Bali is also a public security supervision control center in Polda Bali jurisdiction and is under the control of the Polda Bali bureau of operations.

2). BALI IN VIDEO STREAMING VISUALIZATION.
Polda Bali CCTV are part of the Polda Bali Call Center dispersed in points or vital places in Bali, among them are seaports, airports, tourism objects and other vital objects in Bali.
All CCTV Cameras are installed in vital places in Bali are controlled and recorded at the Polda Bali Call Center operated by the CCTV operator.

POLDA BALI AVL/GPS & TRUNKING NETWORK
police avl

3). SECURITY COMPONENTS
Besides the Polri force that has duties and responsibilities in security, Polda Bali increases its public role by making use of security components in the society such as:

 

  1. Increasing the abilities of Satpam in quality and quantity
  2. Increasing the abilities of traditional law enforcers or pecalang as a part of traditional security
  3. Village Security Body or BANKAMDES (Badan Keamanan Desa) that was formed in each village especially in tourism villages.
  4. Increase general public concern regarding environmental security.
  5. Social Police Partnership Forum or Forum Kemitraan Perpolisian Masyarakat (FKPM).

Traffic or Lantas, Intelkam, Emergency Info Services


BALI REGIONAL POLICE TRAFFIC DIRECTORATE

1. Driver’s License / SIM Services

A. New SIM terms
1) Written proposal
2) Literate
3) Sufficient knowledge of road and traffic rules and basic driving techniques.
4) Eligible in age limit conditions:

(a) 16 years for SIM type C and D
(b) 17 years for SIM type A
(c) 20 years for SIM type B I and B II

5) Local ID / KTP holder
6) Has driving skills
7) Physically and mentally sound
8) Passes theory and practical I and II tests
9) Has held a SIM at least 12 months type A for SIM type B I applicants and at least 12 months SIM type B I for type II applicants

SIM Renewal Application Terms
1) Fill in the application form
2) KTP / identification
3) Old SIM
4) Doctor’s letter.
5) For expired SIM holders 1 (one) year, must follow theory and practical tests.

General License SIM Application Terms
1) SIM holder:

a) Type A to obtain SIM A General
b) Type A General / B I to obtain SIM B I General
c) Type B I General / B II to obtain SIM B II General

2) Has experience in driving according to the SIM held at least 12 (twelve) months.
3) Has knowledge about:

a) Public transport services
b) Road networks and classes
c) Vehicle testing
d) Ways of transporting people and goods.

4) Local KTP / identification
5) Pass theory and practical I and II tests.
6) Must conduct driving clinic tests.

(FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CONTACT THE SIM LICENSE SERVICES AT THE NEAREST POLRES)


2. Registry Number or STNK Services

A. New STNK enrolment terms
1) Complete Knocked-Down (CKD) imported vehicles

a) Fill in the SPPKB form
b) Identity:

(1) For Personals: legal self identification plus 1 photocopy. For those who cannot apply in person must file a duty stamped appointment letter.
(2) For Law offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office.
(3) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.
a) Proof of purchase / Invoice
b) Type test Registration certificate, proof of type test pass, NIK / VIN certificate and type registration mark
e) Modified vehicles must include a modification letter from the licensed company/ body shop.
f) Recommendation from legal institution regarding use of vehicle:
(a) Business Permit
(b) Principle Permit
(c) Government Office of Transport / DLLAJ recommendation

(2) Imported Completely Built Up (CBU) Vehicles
a) Complete the SPPKB form
b) Identity:
(1) For personals: legal ID plus 1 (one) photocopy. Those unable to attend in person must file a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter.
(2) For Law Offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office.
(3) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.
(4) Recommendation Letter from Dirlantas Polri or Dirlantas Polda that is appointed by Dirlantas Polri (for the control and supervision of CBU vehicle entry into Indonesia (CBU/form A).

c) Latest Goods Import Acknowledgement or Pemberitahuan Impor Barang (PIB).
d) Form A from Customs.
e) Proof of purchase / Invoice.
f) Customs Tax and Duty Payment Letter or Surat Setoran Pabean Cukai dan Pajak (SSPCP).
g) Type test registration certificate from Ditjen Hubdat.
h) Test passed approval.
i) NIK/VIN certificate
j) Proof of purchase / Invoice
k) Packing list
l) Bill of Lading
m) Vehicle Type and variant registration for Ministry of Homeland Industry or Deperindag import requirements
l) physical check results
m) Reconditioning acknowledgement letter from legal company (specifically for resale imported vehicles)

B. STNK Renewal
1) Complete SPPKB form
2) Identity:

a) For personals: legal ID plus 1 (one) photocopy. Those unable to attend in person must file a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter.
b) For Law Offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office.
c) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.

3) Photocopy of BPKB
4) Original STNK and 1 (one) photocopy of STNK
5) Latest validated Regional Tax Letter or Surat Keterangan Pajak Daerah (SKPD)
6) Vehicle physical check results.


(FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION, CONTACT THE NEAREST SAMSAT SERVICE OFFICE)

3. Test Registration Letters or Surat Tanda Coba Kendaraan (STCK) service
CTCK Application terms
Complete application form by attaching:
a. Applicant and represented business identification.
b. Business permit.
c. Number of vehicle test registration letters and requested vehicle’s test mark
d. Has test certification, type test certification and vehicle type test pass, or certification of ground type test certification and ground type test pass mark.

4. Motor Vehicle Ownership Registration or Buku Pemilik Kendaraan Bermotor (BPKB) services
a. New BPKB Issuance Terms
1) Imported Complete Knock Down (CKD) vehicles
a) Complete the application form
b) Identity:
(1) Legal ID plus 1 (one) photocopy. Those unable to attend in person must file a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter.
(2) For Law Offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office.
(3) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.
c) Proof of purchase / invoice
d) Type test certification, vehicle type test pass, NIK certificate and vehicle type registration mark.
e) Modified vehicles must include a modification letter from the licensed company/ body shop.
f) Recommendation from legal institutions regarding use of motor vehicles for public transport.
g) Original registration letter or STNK and 1 (one) photo copy of STNK
h) Proof of payment for motor vehicle tax or PKB / BBNKB and SWDKLLJ

2) Imported Complete Built Up (CBU) vehicles.
a) Complete application form
b) Identity:

(1) For personals: legal identification letters plus 1 (one) photo copy. For those unable to attend must include a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter.
(2) For Law Offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office.
(3) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.

a) Goods Import Acknowledgement or Pemberitahuan Impor Barang (PIB).
b) Form A from Customs or Form C from Customs.
c) Proof of purchase / Invoice
d) Type test registration certificate, Type test pass proof, NIK/VIN certificate and type registration mark for import.
e) Recondition acknowledgement letter from legal reconditioning company (especially for second-hand resale imported vehicles).
g) Recommendation from legal institutions on the use of motor vehicle for public use.
h) Original STNK and one photo copy of STNK
i) Proof of payment for motor vehicle tax or PKB / BBNKB and SWDKLLJ
j) Recommendation from Dirlantas Polri / Dirlantas Polda

b. BPKB mutation
1) Motor vehicles moving out of registration area
a) Complete application form
b) Identity:
(1) For personals: legal ID plus 1 (one) photo copy. Those unable to attend in person must file a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter.
(2) For Law offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office.
(3) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.
c) Original STNK
d) Original BPKB
e) sufficiently duty stamped Proof of purchase / Invoice
f) Proof of payment of PKB / BBNKB and SWDKLLJ

2) Motor vehicles moving in from outside registration area
a) Complete application form
b) Identity:

(1) For personals: legal ID plus 1 (one) photo copy. Those unable to attend in person must file a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter.
(2) For Law offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office.
(3) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.

c) Transfer Acknowledgement Letter substitute for STNK
d) Original BPKB
e) Interregional Fiscal Letter.
f) Legal proof of purchase / Invoice (for transfer of ownership)
g) Vehicle physical test results.
h) Proof of payment of PKB / BBNKB and SWDKLLJ.
3) Motor vehicle registration name change based on transaction
a) Complete application form
b) Identity:
(1) For personals: legal ID plus 1 (one) photo copy. Those unable to attend in person must file a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter.
(2) For Law offices: copy of institutional establishment papers plus 1 (one) photocopy, domicile paper, a sufficiently duty stamped appointment letter signed by the office head and stamped by the law office
(3) For Governmental institutions (including BUMN / BUMD): sufficiently stamped appointment letter and signed by the institution head and stamped.
c) Original STNK
d) Original BPKB
e) Sufficiently duty stamped Purchase invoice
f) Proof of payment of PKB / BBNKB and SWDKLLJ
5. Traffic Laws Enforcement services
a. Ticket or Tilang
1) System of Charges
Charges by Ticketing are carried in 2 (two) alternative ways:
(a) Alternative I for:
- Offenders who admit their offense.
- Offenders who are willing to submit offense payment to the Bank with assistance of a Polri officer.
- Tickets are blue.
(b) Alternative III for:
- Offenders who do not admit their offense / do not wish to sign / offend roads that are set as Orderly Traffic Pilot Projects or Proyek Tertib Lalulintas (PPKTL).
- Offenders attend appointed courts themselves
- Forms are red

b. Traffic Emergency services
Should you come across a road accident please contact our officers via the following telephone numbers:
NO UNIT Tel. No.
1 POLDA BALI 0361-223699
2 POLTABES DENPASAR 0361-427352
3 RES BADUNG 0361-829899
4 RES TABANAN 0361-814432
5 RES BULELENG 0362-22331
6 RES GIANYAR 0361-945820
7 RES BANGLI 0366-91561
8 RES KLUNGKUNG 0366-22169
9 RES KARANGASEM 0363-23155
10 RES JEMBRANA 0365-43110

INTELKAM
I. Police Note Description Letter or Surat Keterangan Catatan Kepolisian (SKCK) requirements:
1. Introductory letter from village head, signed by sub district head.
2. Criminal Record from local Reskrim Polsek.
3. Photo Copy of ID or KTP/Domicile letter.
4. Photo Copy of family registration letter or Kartu Keluarga / KK
5. Photo Copy of Finger Print.
6. Passport Photo size 4x6cm @ 4 copies.
7. Photo Copy of Passport (for those intending to travel abroad)
II. Crowd and Mass Permit Application terms:
1. Committee’s Proposal letter to:
Kapolda Bali or Bali Head Chief of Police
and Dir Intelkam
2. Activity Proposal
3. Recommendation letter from linked institutions
4. Recommendation letter from the local Poltabes/Polres
5. Recommendation of venue permit

INFO WASPADA
I. Firefighters Telephone Numbers
NO. AREA TEL. NUMBER
1. DENPASAR 0361-484013
2. BADUNG 0361-411333
3. TABANAN 0361-812113
4. BULELENG 0362-21113
5. GIANYAR 0361-943113
6. BANGLI 0366-92869
7. KLUNGKUNG 0366-22655
8. KARANGASEM 0363-21113
9. JEMBRANA 0365-41113

Bureau of Meteorology and Geophysics / BMG (TUBAN / KUTA) telephone number 0361-762082

II. Traffic Emergency Telephone Numbers
NO. AREA TEL. NUMBER

1. POLDA BALI 0361-223699
2. POLTABES DENPASAR 0361-427352
3. RES BADUNG 0361-829899
4. RES TABANAN 0361-814432
5. RES BULELENG 0362-22331
6. RES GIANYAR 0361-945820
7. RES BANGLI 0366-91561
8. RES KLUNGKUNG 0366-22169
9. RES KARANGASEM 0363-23155
10. RES JEMBRANA 0365-43110

III. HOSPITAL TELEPHONE NUMBERS
NO. AREA TEL. NUMBER
1. RS. TRIJATA 0361-222897
2. RS. SANGLAH 0361-227911
3. RSAD 0361-229644
4. RS. PURI RAHARJA 0361-222013

 

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2 comments
  • Simon Mudd

    I am currently on holiday in Bali and recently rented a small 125cc motorcycle to see the island. I have a full UK and Europe motorcycle license as well as a UK/Europe car license.

    I rented the motorbike on the understanding that my UK/Europe motorbike license was acceptable for use in Indonesia. I have recently discovered that this is not correct.

    On Friday November 23rd I was stopped by the police while riding from Padang Bai to Sanur. A group of around 6-8 policemen pulled me over. They also stopped and fined all other foreigners that passed down the road.

    They told me my license was not acceptable in Indonesia and demanded that I pay them a “fine” of 250,000 Rp. The same happened to several other foreigners in the short time I was there, even though some of them had international driving permits.

    The group of policemen took my license and the bike registration documents and demanded that I give them the 250,000 Rp in cash, right there, right then.

    They refused to give me any kind of ticket or receipt confirming that I had paid a ‘fine’ or what it was for. They also all had their name badges covered up and none of them would show any form of identification.

    I tried to take pictures of the event as evidence using my camera-phone but the policemen threatened to handcuff and arrest me and forced me to delete the photos.

    When I got back to my hotel I checked the regulations and found that I was wrong to be riding using a UK/Europe motorbike license. I accept that I should have paid whatever the correct fine is.

    However, in this case, the suspicious behaviour of the policemen made it seem very likely that the money they forced me to give them was corrupt, not a genuine fine going to the government.

    Can you give me any information on the correct fine that should be paid for a tourist riding a small motorcycle with a UK motorbike license?

    Also, what is the correct procedure for issuing fines? If the police were collecting a genuine fine, would I have received a ticket/receipt as a written record?

    Finally, if the above situation is police corruption, is there any way I can report it to be investigated and hopefully prevent other tourists being abused by the police?

    Because of the way the “fine” was issued and the suspicious behaviour of the police, I strongly feel that I have been the victim of police corruption. As a visitor to the island, this creates a very bad feeling and I will certainly advise other travellers not to visit if there is a strong chance of having money stolen from you by the police who should be preventing crime not taking part in it.

    If the police cannot be trusted, Bali is a very bad place for tourists to visit.

    I’d be very grateful for your comments on the above.

  • George

    Mate, you most certainly have been had by the Police and yes they are doggy, thousands of people hire bikes in Bali and an international drivers licence is valid, even companies such as Avis hire cars based on an international licence other wise they will have a very limited business here. Bali is corrupt on most levels and yes its leaves the wrong impression on the very same people who help support the Island by visiting it but unless the greedy folk leading the Island and the country for that matter don’t act then nothing will change and its a way of life.

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