In the framework of Dies Natalis of Faculty of Law, UB 60th, held a National Seminar on Terrorism Development in Indonesia Presently by Prof. Dr. Ir. Dr. Irfana Idris, MA (National Agency for Combating Terrorism) He conveyed “Terrorism Is Radical Action, But Radicalism Is Not Necessary Terrorism, No Religion That Tells Terrorism, Islam Is Not Terrorist, Prophet Muhammad Teaches Peace. It’s Not Our Duty Judging Others Differently It is our duty to remind our neighbors to combat the teachings that indicate the existence of Radicalization The long process of radicalization and ideological influence needs a strong self-defense so as not to be easily influenced by radicalization “.

National Strategy on Preventing Terrorism:

Counteradicalization (Prevention)
Deradicalization (Coaching)
Deradicalization Process

Identification: Convicted inmates or have no legal certainty.
Rehabilitation: Inmates who obtain legal certainty and are placed in prison.
Reedukasi: Inmates who pass the rehabilitation program and / or prisoners who will be depleted
Resocialization: Inmates who pass educational programs and / or terrorist prisoners who will habismasa prisoners.
SESSION I

Deradicalisation In Comparison Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Singapore and Indonesia

by Milda Istiqomah SH, MTCP (UB Faculty Lecturer)

Since The Last 10 Years 4 The Country Is The Role Of The Model The existence of Deradicalization against ex-terrorism.
Deradicalisation Or Disengagement
Deradicalisation and disengangement are applied together as a complementary program.

Comparison of Deradicalization in some countries:
Saudi Arabia

Beginning in 2004 and claiming to succeed in returning terrorists to integrate with the community.
The program consists of 6 weeks of short training, counseling counseling, after care program.
The after care program is a program after the prisoners return to the community.
Yemen

Prioritize dialogue sessions of intellectual debate and dialogue with religious scholars.
Dialogue consists of 5 scholars and judges by conducting religious dialogue and thus obtained radical understanding began to be abandoned and when out of the institution.
As of June 2005, Yemeni officials state that Yemen is a 90% free country from terrorists and they have produced 364 rehabilitated people.22 Yemen supports the success of the program by showing that some of the former detainees have worked with the Yemeni government by providing information leading to the capture of hidden terrorist groups, as well as other radical Islamic groups.
Singapore

The Singapore Government established a deradicalisation program after the arrest of 13 suspected members of the JI terrorist organization in December 2001. Before they could plan to launch a terrorist attack, and 21 other terrorist suspects were arrested in September 2002. The 13 first-caught suspects were Singaporean citizens where they had all been attended national school in Singapore, and 6 others have completed military service. For the most part, they are entrepreneurs, professionals, and technical personnel. One of them is an aerospace technician who took a photo of the Labar air base and the US aircraft stationed there for a potent attack.
The Singapore government’s rehabilitation program consists of interrelated components such as social rehabilitation, religious rehabilitation, psychological rehabilitation, social community and family support.

Guidance of Prisoners of Criminal Acts of Terrorism in Correctional Institutions

by Ma’mun, BC.I.P., SH., MH (PLT Director General of Correctional Institutions)

            Institutional Cooperation between Penitentiary Institution with POLRI, Court, Attorney Office, BNPT.

Penal system (Article 2 of Law No. 12 of 1995 on Corrections)

Shaping WBP: being a whole person; aware of the error; improve oneself; not repeat offenses.

Thus: it is acceptable to the community; play an active role in development; can live fairly as a good and responsible citizen.

Principle of Guidance (Article 5 of Law No. 12 of 1995 on Correction) consists of: equality, guidance, guarantee of right of relation, loss of independence, respect, guidance, education.

Personality coaching: religious awareness, national and state consciousness, sports and arts, psychology therapy

Development of self-reliance: entrepreneurship, fishery and agricultural management training, calligraphy sales and treatment.

Countermeasures of Terrorism through the Policy of Deradicalization of Former Terrorism Prisoners in Indonesia

by AKP Adi Yudha (Polres Malang)

Formulated Deradicalisation Policy Former Terrorism Prisoners In Indonesia In The Future.
Revised Law on Eradication of TP. Terrorism (Law No. 15 of 2003)> Setting Dera’s Strategies and Programs