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Jakarta Metro Police named JAS, the manager of Holywings Tavern in Kemang of South Jakarta, as a suspect over the crowd on the premises during PPKM.
Bogor Resort Police planned to disperse vehicles heading to Puncak Bogor into three routes in a bid to prevent congestion.
The Central Java Police have named two persons suspected of polluting Bengawan Solo River.
Police arrest an alleged suspect of money laundering who used a Rp531 billion-worth business to launder money.
Matraman Police arrested two public minivan or angkot drivers identified as M and YS for consuming marijuana at Rawamangun Terminal, Pulogadung.
Central Jakarta Metro Police narcotics team arrested 17 drug dealers selling pills made from homemade ingredients sold as ecstasy pills.
The National Police Chief says that the app will integrate with other applications used for mitigating forest and land fires.
A shootout broke out between TNI-Polri personnel and armed groups or KKB on Monday, September 13, in Kiwirok, Pegunungan Bintang, Papua.
The Central Java Police launched an investigation into the pollution in Bengawan Solo River.
Police representative assures that the movements of terrorist groups in the country are monitored closely Densus 88.
Jakarta Metro Polic to deploy a total of 580 personnel to tighten the Crowd Free Night rule in the capital city.
Jakarta Metro Police is investigating the possibilities of negligence in the fire incident at Tangerang Prison.
Jakarta Metro Jaya Police Chief Inspector General Fadil Imran confirmed that the fire in Tangerang Prison was caused by a short circuit.
Fire broke out in Class 1 Tangerang Prison, Banten, at around 1:45 a.m. Wednesday, September 8.
Jakarta's Tebet Sectoral Police arrested four minors who were suspected of robberies and took the victim's motorbikes and cellphones in Manggarai.
Police main HQ announce the discontinuation of the investigation on the alleged data breach on Indonesia's Covid-19 tracing app eHAC.
Jakarta Metro Police Traffic Directorate mulled allowing cyclists to pass routes applying the odd-even policy on Jalan Sudirman-Thamrin starting today
Moeldoko was determined to report the Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) to the police on charges of defamation.
The Bogor Police are set to apply the odd-even policy for motorized vehicles heading to Puncak, Bogor regency, West Java.
The Jakarta Transportation Agency announced the odd-even policy now only takes effect on three roads of the capital city.