ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION IN THE FIELD OF CRIMINAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGAINST ILLEGAL LOGGING CASES

Sri Endah Wahyuningsih, Muchamad Iksan, Wahyu Lukito

Abstract


Forest destruction has threatened the survival of people's lives so it is necessary to prevent and eradicate effective forest destruction and provide a deterrent effect to perpetrators, therefore a strong legal basis is needed that is able to guarantee the effectiveness of law enforcement. The research objective is to identify and analyze environmental conservation efforts in the field of criminal law enforcement against illegal logging cases in Indonesia. The approach method used in this study is a qualitative approach. The specifications in this research are descriptive analytical, namely providing a detailed, systematic and comprehensive description by classifying, connecting, comparing and giving meaning to legal aspects related to environmental conservation efforts in the field of criminal law enforcement against illegal logging cases in Indonesia. The results of the research on environmental conservation efforts in Indonesia were carried out by producing Law Number 18 of 2013 concerning Prevention and Eradication of Forest Destruction and in the Criminal Code which in several articles threatens with criminal acts of illegal logging so that it has a function in protecting the environment. prevention and law enforcement against illegal logging.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26532/pdih.v4i4.20890

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