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1Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN)
Year 2012 Edition 2013
CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
1. Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at Global level.
Drug abuse and illicit trafficking has hit almost all countries in the world, and not
one nation is free from this threat. Eventually, thousands of lives have become victims,
families are ruined, and the nation’s security and resillience are threatened. A
movement in the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN)
was unanimously consented by the world as a joint effort through close cooperation in
reporting the drug situation and the efforts to overcome this problem in their respective
countries.
From the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) World Drugs
Report 2012 we know that the tight control on drugs by countries in the world has
restrained drug trafficking in Europe, America and Asia. However, drug transactions
and illicit trafficking by organized crime apparently still continue to increase.
Therefore, all efforts are needed to safeguard the community from the drug threat.
There is an estimation that 153 – 300 million people, or 3.4% - 6.6% of the global
drug abusers between the age 15 – 64 years have once consumed drugs in their
lifetime, and almost 12% among them (15. To 38.6 million) are hard core addicts.
UNODC also reports that opium production increased from 4,700 tons in 2010 to
7,000 tons in 2011. Production of cocaine increased from 13.3 million tons in 2010 to
19.7 million tons in 2011. Seizures of methamphetaminealso increased from 31 tons in
2008 to 45 tons in 2009, or an increase of 45%. 2009, or 45%.
Among narcotics cannabis takes the first ranking of abuse at global level,
showing a prevalence of 2.3%, and 2.9% a year from the total population between the
age 15 – 64 years. The largest market for cannabis is Oceania (9.3% - 14.8%), and USA
(6.3% - 6.6%). Cannabis is known to have the most damaging effect compared to other
narcotics.
The second in ranking is cocaine, showing a prevalence of 15% - 19% per year.
North America is the largest region of cocaine abuse with a prevalence of 2%, followed
by Oceania (1.4% - 1.7%) and West Europe (1.5%). If consumed together with alcohol
cocaine can trigger deviation of behaviour and violence.
Amphetamine-Type Stimulants (ATS) places the third in ranking with an
estimation of 3.7 million to 52.9 million abusers between the age 15 – 64 years.
Oceania, South Asia, North America and West and Central Europe are the regions of
ATS abuse with the highest prevalence. Synthetic narcotics are the most frequent
llicitly manufactured to give an effect of euphoria among the abusers.
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Drug abuse places number 20 in ranking as the cause of harmin the rate of
mortality, and number 10 in developig countries, including Indonesia. Drug abusers
are very susceptible to diseases and are prone to infection of HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and
Tuberculosis (TBC), diseases that are easily spread among the community at large.
This is also the reason that UNODC considers drug abuse a problem of health.
2. Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at Regional Level.
The 2011 Regional ATS Report issued by UNODC Asia and the Pacific reported
that in 2010 approximately 136 million methapmphetamine tablets were seized in the
regions of East and South-East Asia. 98% of the total seized methamphetamine came
from 3 countries, China (58.4 million), Thailand (50.4 million) and Lao PDR (24.5
million). Also 6.9 tons crystalline methamphetamine were seized in the regions of East
and South-East Asia, and 61% of the total seizures were in China (4.2 tons).
Meanwhile, more than 1.7 million of ecstasy tablets we seized in East and South-East
Asia. The largest seizures were made in China and Indonesia (94%).
Another report from UNODC Asia Pacific, Global Smart Update 2012, informs
that one-third of the global ATS and half of the global methamphetamine seized in
2010 came fromEast and South East Asia. A great part of ATS is continuously
produced in China, Myanmar and the Philippines. Also illicit production of ATS
continue fo grow in countries that were previously transit countries for ATS, among
others, Cambodia, Indonesia and Malaysia. Diversion of pharmaceutical supplies
containing pseudoephedrinefor illegal production of methamphetamine continues in
these regions. Transnational organized crime groups from Africa and Iran are always
engaged in the illicit trade of methamphetamine to East and South-East Asia.
Meanwhile, South Asia still becomes the target of organized crime as the source
of ATS, in particular ephedrine and pseudoephedrine. Illegal ATS production facilities
are regularly dismantled. A large amount of ketamine, a substance not internationally
controlled is transported from India to East Asia and North America.
The flourishing production of and illicit trafficking in ATS in the Asia Pacific
regionthreatens countries in South-East Asia, including Indonesia, to become a route
for illicit trafficking and a promising market. The high selling price of narcotics, and the
increasing demand makes the ASEAN region a target for narcotics and precursors
smuggle of many types and packaging. For example, the large scale smuggle of
precursors in Malaysia, by transforming the solid into the liquid matter has applied a
variety of modus operandi.
Afghanistanstill places the first in the production and trafficking in opiates. Next
is Myanmar as second in the cultivation of opium and global production. When in
2010 Afghanistan faced a sharp decrease in the production of opium, the opium
market in Myanmar grew rapidly. Although the “Golden Triangle” produces only
approx.. 10% of the world opium, it never seized being handled seriously.
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The International Drugs Enforcement Conference Far East Working Group at Da
Nang, Viet Nam (2012), disclosed that drug syndicates in the Far East Asia region
continue to develop, for example: Iran-Nigeria syndicate (heroin and shabu), China-
Malaysia syndicate (ATS), Latin America syndicate (cocaine), Australia and domestic
syndicates (Cannabis). Although Nepalese syndicates gradually decrease, but other
syndicates from Asia as well as European syndicates maintain to recruit Indonesian
workers as drug couriers. Many of these couriers have been apprehended and
prosecuted in many countries.
3. Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at National Level.
A National Survey conducted by BNN in cooperation with University of Indonesia
in 2011 entitled National Survey on the Development of Drug Abuse in Indonesia,
discloses that the prevalence rate of drug abusers has reached 2.2%, or approx. 4.2
million ofthe total population between the age 10 – 60 years. This shows an increase
of 0.21% compared to the prevalence rate in 2008, i.e. 1.3% or approx. 3.3 million
people. With the growing developments of illicit trafficking in drugs, it is estimated
that the total number of drug abusers will increase to 4.58 million in 2013 if the
efforts in P4GN are not implemented effectivcely.
The estimated consumption of shabu is approx. 12.5 tons, and 16 million ecstasy
tablets. Among the estimated number of 3.7 – 4.7 million drug abusers in 2011,
approx. 1.2 million are shabu consumers, and 950 thousand take ecstasy. In other
words, approx. 1/3rd of the total number of drug abusers take shabu, and 1/5th are
consumers of ecstasy.
Based on data from Deputy of Rehabilitation, BNN, 14,150 drug abusers have
been treated at T&R facilities in the year 2012. The largest number is in the age group
26-40 years, namely 9,972. The most frequently used drug was shabu (4,697),
followed by consecutively cannabis (4,175) heroin (3,455), ecstsasy (1,536) and
opiates (736).
According to the trend of drug cases in 2012 the largest increase is seen in
hashish: 166.67%; from 3 cases in 2011 to 8 cases in 2012. Ketamine shows a sharp
decline, from 10 cases in 2011 to 4 cases in 2012. The abuse of shabu places the
highest rank in 2012, namely 11,247. The smallest number is ketamine with 4 cases.
However, these two groups decreased in number compared to the previous year with
a percentage of respectively 4.84% and 60%.
Looking at the trend of drug suspects in 2012, the largest number belongs to
alcohol, with a total of 54,628 , and an increase in percentage of 491.15% compared to
the previous year with only 9,241 for alcohol abuse. The largest decline of drug
suspects is seen in heroin cases, a descend of 19.4%, from 701 suspects in 2011 to 565
in 2012.
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Based on classification of drug cases in 2012, an escalation in percentage (8%) is
indicated in the trend of Psychotropic substances, from 1,601 cases in 2011 to 1,729
cases in 2012. A declining trend is seen in Other Addictive substances, showing a
percentage of 12.68%, from 9,067 cases in 2011 to 7,917 in 2012. Narcotic cases
maintain the largest in number with a total of 19,081 cases, although there is a small
decrease of 0.25% Compared to 2011.
Since 2008, 107 clandestine drug laboratories have been dismantled, including 6
in 2012. A number of clandestine laboratories in the passed year were kitchen type
laboratories.
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CHAPTER II
DATA ON THE PREVENTION AND
OF DRUG ABUSE AND ILLICIT TRAFFICKING, 2012
1. Supply Reduction.
a. Cases, Suspects and Evidence related to Drug Crimes, from National Police
Republic of Indonesia
1) Disclosures of Drug Cases and Ranking, 2012
Table 1. Total Number of Drug Cases Based on Type of Drug, 2012
NO. TYPE OF DRUG TOTAL CASES
1 2 3
1. Cannabis 6,473
2. Heroin 481
3. Hashish 7
4. Cocaine 7
5. Codeine -
6. Morphine -
7. Ecstasy 852
8. Shabu 11,157
9. Controlled Medicines 1,419
10. Benzodiazepine 179
11. Barbiturate 127
12. Ketamine 4
13. Alcohol 7,745
TOTAL 28,451
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Note : Not Included Other Dangerous Substances
Table 2. Total Number of Drug Cases Based on Drug Classification, 2012
NO. DRUG CLASSIFICATION TOTAL CASES
1 2 3
1. Narcotics 18,977
2. Psychotropic Substances 1,729
3. Other Addictive Substances 7,917
TOTAL 28,623
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 3. Total Number of Drug Cases Based on the Type of Crime, 2012
NO. TYPE OF CRIME TOTAL CASES
1 2 3
1. Cultivation 42
2. Production 25
3. Distribution 19,517
4. Consumption 9,039
TOTAL 28,623
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 4. Total Number and Ranking of Narcotics Cases, 2012
NO. PROVINCE 2012
TOTAL CASES RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. DKI Jakarta 5,228 I
2. North Sumatera 2,403 II
3. East Java 1,394 III
4. West Java 1,071 IV
5. South Sumatera 987 V
6. South Kalimantan 970 VI
7. Aceh 866 VII
8. Riau 650 VIII
9. South Sulawesi 645 IX
10. Lampung 637 X
11. Central Java 634 XI
12 East Kalimantan 528 XII
13. Jambi 385 XIII
14. West Sumatera 345 XIV
15. Bali 337 XV
16. Riau Islands 279 XVI
17. Central Kalimantan 238 XVII
18. West Kalimantan 217 XVIII
19. DI Yogyakarta 195 XIX
20. Bangka Belitung 178 XX
21. Banten 156 XXI
22. West Nusa Tenggara 145 XXII
23. Bengkulu 126 XXIII
24. Central Sulawesi 123 XXIV
25. Papua 57 XXV
26. S.E. Sulawesi 55 XXVI
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1 2 3 4
27. North Sulawesi 41 XXVII
28. Maluku 38 XXVIII
29. North Maluku 24 XXIX
30. East Nusa Tenggara 13 XXX
31. Gorontalo 12 XXXI
TOTAL 18,977 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 5. Total Number and Ranking of Psychotropic Sustances Cases, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. East Java 1,115 I
2. South Kalimantan 192 II
3. West Jawa 108 III
4. Central Sulawesi 64 IV
5. East Kalimantan 60 V
6. DKI Jakarta 43 VI
7. Central Kalimantan 30 VII
8. Central Java 27 VIII
9. DI Yogyakarta 27 VIII
10. North Sumatra 14 IX
11. North Sulawesi 11 X
12. Lampung 10 XI
13. Riau Islands 8 XII
14. Papua 7 XIII
15. Bengkulu 3 XIV
16. S.E. Sulawesi 3 XIV
17. Bangka Belitung 2 XV
18. Banten 2 XV
19. Bali 1 XVI
20. East Nusa Tenggara 1 XVI
21. Maluku 1 XVI
TOTAL 1,729 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 6. Total Number and Ranking of Other Addictive Substances Cases, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL CASES RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. East Java 4,939 I
2. North Sulawesi 970 II
3. Central Java 533 III
4. Bali 524 IV
5. S.E. Sulawesi 470 V
6. East Nusa Tenggara 133 VI
7. West Java 73 VII
8. Central Kalimantan 65 VIII
9. DKI Jakarta 51 IX
10. DI Yogyakarta 32 X
11. South Kalimantan 26 XI
12. West Kalimantan 25 XII
13. Papua 24 XIII
14. Central Sulawesi 22 XIV
15. West Nusa Tenggara 17 XV
16. South Sumatera 3 XVI
17. Banten 3 XVI
18. North Sumatera 3 XVI
19. East Kalimantan 3 XVI
20. Maluku 1 XVII
TOTAL 7,917 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 7. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Cases, 2012
NO. PROVINCE 2012
TOTAL CASES RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. East Java 7,448 I
2. DKI Jakarta 5,322 II
3. North Sumatra 2,420 III
4. West Java 1,252 IV
5. Central Java 1,194 V
6. South Kalimantan 1,188 VI
7. North Sulawesi 1,022 VII
8. South Sumatera 990 VIII
9. Aceh 866 IX
10. Bali 862 X
11. Riau 650 XI
12. Lampung 647 XII
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1 2 3 4
13. South Sulawesi 645 XIII
14. East Kalimantan 591 XIV
15. S.E. Sulawe 528 XV
16. Jambi 385 XVI
17. West Sumatera 345 XVII
18. Central Kalimantan 333 XVIII
19. Riau Islands 287 XIX
20. DI Yogyakarta 254 XX
21. West Kalimantan 242 XXI
22. Central Sulawesi 209 XXII
23. Bangka Belitung 180 XXIII
24. West Nusa Tenggara 162 XXIV
25. Banten 161 XXV
26. East Nusa Tenggara 147 XXVI
27. Bengkulu 129 XXVII
28. Papua 88 XXVIII
29. Maluku 40 XXIX
30. North Maluku 24 XXX
31. Gorontalo 12 XXXI
TOTAL 28,623 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
2) Number of Suspects and Drug Cases Disclosed in 2012
Table 8. Number of Suspects Based on Type of Drug, 2012
NO. TYPE OF DRUG SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Cannabis 8,471
2. Heroin 558
3. Hashish 7
4. Cocaine 8
5. Ecstasy 1,113
6. Shabu 14,965
7. Controlled medicines 1,678
8. Benzodiazepine 224
9. Barbiturate 157
10. Ketamine 3
11. Alcohol 8,082
TOTAL 35,266
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Note : Not Included Suspects of other Dangerous Substances
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Table 9. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Type of Drug, 2012
NO. CLASSIFICATION OF DR NUMBER OF SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Narkotics 25,122
2. Psychotropic Substances 2,062
3. Other Addictive Substances 8,269
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 10. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Type of Crime, 2012
NO. TYPE OF CRIME NUMBER OF SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Cultivation 32
2. Production 39
3. Distribution 23,214
4. Consumption 12,168
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 11. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality, 2012
NO. NATIONALITY NUMBER OF SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Domestic Nationals 35,354
2. Foreign Nationals 99
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table12. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality and Gender,
2012
NO. NATIONALITY AND GENDER NUMBER OF SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Domestic Nationals
Males 32,119
Females 3,235
2. Foreign Nationals
Males 87
Females 12
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 13. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Gender, 2012
NO. GENDER TOTAL SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Males 32,206
2. Females 3,247
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 14. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Age Group, 2012
NO. AGE GROUP TOTAL SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. <16 Years 132
2. 16-19 Years 2,103
3. 20-24 Years 5,460
4. 25-29 Years 10,307
5. > 30 Years 17,451
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 15. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Education level, 2012
NO. EDUCATION TOTAL SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Elementary 4,974
2. Junior High School 9,743
3. Senior High School 19,633
4. University 1,103
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 16. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Occupation, 2012
NO. OCCUPATION TOTAL SUSPECTS
1 2 3
1. Govt. Employee/Civil Servant 318
2. Police/Armed Forces 287
3. Private 16,018
4. Entrepreneurs 7,485
5. Farmers 1,385
6. Labour 4,012
7. Univ. Students 709
8. Students 695
9. Unemployed 4,544
TOTAL 35,453
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 17. Total Number of Foreign Nationals Involved in Drug Crimes in
Indonesia, 2012
NO. NATIONALITY TOTAL
1 2 3
I. A s i a
1. Singapore 1
2. Malaysia 34
3. Japan 2
4. China 10
5. South Korea 1
6. India 3
7. Thailand 1
8. Iran 10
9. Vietnam 1
10. Syria 1
T o t a l 64
II. E r o p e
1. Spain 3
2. Italia 1
3. France 1
4. Germany 5
5. Netherland 1
6. England 6
7. Russia 2
T o t a l 19
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1 2 3
III. A f r i ca
1. Togo 1
2. Nigeria 1
3. Uganda 1
4. South Africa 5
5. Congo 1
T o t a l 9
IV. Australia
1. Australia 1
2. Papua New Guinea 3
T o t a l 4
V. America
1. USA 2
2. Brazil 1
3. Argentine 1
T o t a l 4
Overall Total 99
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 18. Total Number of Domestic Nationals Involved in Drug Crimes in
Other Countries, 2012
NO. CRIME SCENE
GENDER
REMARKS
MALE FEMALE
1 2 3 4 5
1. Hong Kong 1
2. Peru 2
3. Philippines 1
4. Malaysia 4 5
5. China 1 1
T o t a l 9 10
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 19. Total Number and Ranking of Narcotic Suspects, 2012
NO. PROVINCE 2012
TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. DKI Jakarta 6,415 I
2. North Sumatera 3,255 II
3. East Java 1,745 III
4. West Java 1,505 IV
5. South Kalimantan 1,343 V
6. South Sumatera 1,279 VI
7. Aceh 1,171 VII
8. Lampung 990 VIII
9. Riau 980 IX
10. South Sulawesi 894 X
11. East Kalimantan 814 XI
12. Central Java 774 XII
13. Jambi 587 XIII
14. West Sumatera 503 XIV
15. Bali 375 XV
16. Riau Islands 366 XVI
17. Central Kalimantan 299 XVII
18. West Kalimantan 280 XVIII
19. DI Yogyakarta 268 XIX
20. Bangka Belitung 236 XX
21. Banten 210 XXI
22. West Nusa Tenggara 196 XXII
23. Bengkulu 178 XXIII
24. Central Sulawesi 144 XXIV
25. S.E. Sulawesi 87 XXV
26. Papua 67 XXVI
27. North Sulawesi 55 XXVII
28. Maluku 43 XXVIII
29. North Maluku 27 XXIX
30. East Nusa Tenggara 20 XXX
31. Gorontalo 16 XXXI
TOTAL 25,122
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 20. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects of Psychotropic Substances,
2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. East Java 1,315 I
2. South Kalimantan 246 II
3. West Java 134 III
4. East Kalimantan 70 IV
5. Central Sulawesi 68 V
6. DKI Jakarta 51 VI
7. DI Yogyakarta 40 VII
8. Central Java 35 VIII
9. Central Kalimantan 30 IX
10. North Sumatera 19 X
11. Riau Islands 12 XI
12. North Sulawesi 11 XII
13. Lampung 10 XIII
14. Papua 7 XIV
15. Bengkulu 3 XV
16. Banten 3 XV
17. S.E. Sulawesi 3 XV
18. Bangka Belitung 2 XVI
19. Bali 1 XVII
20. East Nusa Tenggara 1 XVII
21. Maluku 1 XVII
TOTAL 2,062
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 21. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects of Other Addictive Substances,
2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. East Java 5,082 I
2. North Sulawesi 1,141 II
3. Central Java 543 III
4. Bali 524 IV
5. S.E. Sulawesi 470 V
6. East Nusa Tenggara 139 VI
7. West Java 80 VII
8. Central Kalimantan 68 VIII
9. DKI Jakarta 60 IX
10. DI Yogyakarta 32 X
11. South Kalimantan 27 XI
12. Papua 25 XII
13. West Kalimantan 24 XIII
14. Central Sulawesi 23 XIV
15. West Nusa Tenggara 17 XV
16. Banten 5 XVI
17. North Sumatera 3 XVII
18. South Sumatera 3 XVII
19. East Kalimantan 3 XVII
TOTAL 8,269
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 22. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Suspects, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. East Java 8,142 I
2. DKI Jakarta 6,526 II
3. North Sumatera 3,277 III
4. West Java 1,719 IV
5. South Kalimantan 1,616 V
6. Central Java 1,352 VI
7. South Sumatera 1,282 VII
8. North Sulawesi 1,207 VIII
9. Aceh 1,171 IX
10. Lampung 1,000 X
11. Riau 980 XI
12. Bali 900 XII
13. South Sulawesi 894 XIII
14. East Kalimantan 887 XIV
15. Jambi 587 XV
16. S.E. Sulawesi 560 XVI
17. West Sumatera 503 XVII
18. Central Kalimantan 397 XVIII
19. Riau Islands 378 XIX
20. DI Yogyakarta 340 XX
21. West Kalimantan 304 XXI
22. Bangka Belitung 238 XXII
23. Central Sulawesi 235 XXIII
24. Banten 218 XXIV
25. West Nusa Tenggara 213 XXV
26. Bengkulu 181 XXVI
27. East Nusa Tenggara 160 XXVII
28. Papua 99 XXVIII
29. Maluku 44 XXIX
30 North Maluku 27 XXX
31. Gorontalo 16 XXXI
TOTAL 35,453 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 23. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects Dealers of Narcotics and
Psychotropic Substances (Cultivation, Production and Distribution),
2012
NO. PROVINCE 2012
TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. DKI Jakarta 3,098 I
2. East Java 2,747 II
3. North Sumatera 1,504 III
4. South Kalimantan 1,428 IV
5. Riau 912 V
6. South Sulawesi 894 VI
7. West Java 852 VII
8. Aceh 760 VIII
9. South Sumatera 517 IX
10. Central Java 469 X
11. East Kalimantan 420 XI
12. Jambi 321 XII
13. West Papua 306 XIII
14. West Kalimantan 278 XIV
15. Central Kalimantan 253 XV
16. Lampung 250 XVI
17. Riau Islands 239 XVII
18. Bangka Belitung 236 XVIII
19. Central Sulawesi 174 XIX
20. Banten 114 XX
21. West Sumatera 106 XXI
22. West Nusa Tenggara 95 XXII
23. Bengkulu 94 XXIII
24. Bali 73 XXIV
25. Papua 55 XXV
26. S.E. Sulawesi 46 XXVI
27. North Sulawesi 39 XXVII
28. DI Yogyakarta 22 XXVIII
29. East Nusa Tenggara 21 XXIX
30. North Maluku 15 XXX
31. Maluku 9 XXXI
32. Gorontalo 6
TOTAL 16,353 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 24. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Abusers (Consumer) of Narcotics
and Psychotropic ”Substances, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. DKI Jakarta 2.930 I
2. North Sumatera 1.770 II
3. West Java 787 III
4. Lampung 750 IV
5. East Kalimantan 463 V
6. Aceh 411 VI
7. West Sumatera 397 VII
8. South Sumatera 362 VIII
9. Central Java 340 IX
10. East Java 306 X
11. Bali 303 XI
12. DI Yogyakarta 293 XII
13. Jambi 266 XIII
14. South Kalimantan 161 XIV
15. Riau Islands 139 XV
16. West Papua 132 XVI
17. West Nusa Tenggara 102 XVII
18. Banten 99 XVIII
19. Bengkulu 87 XIX
20. Central Kalimantan 76 XX
21. Riau 68 XXI
22. S.E. Sulawesi 44 XXII
23. Central Sulawesi 38 XXIII
24. Maluku 35 XXIV
25. North Sulawesi 27 XXV
26. Papua 19 XXVI
27. North Maluku 12 XXVII
28. Gorontalo 10 XXVIII
29. West Kalimantan 2 XXIX
30. Bangka Belitung 2 XXIX
TOTAL 10.831 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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3) Disclosures of Drug Evidence, 2012
Table 25. Total Seized Cannabis Evidence, 2012
NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL
1 2 3
1. Cannabis Herb (Grams) 22,019,933.68 grams
2. Cannabis Trees (Unit)) 341,395 trees
3. Cultivation Fields (Ha) 89.5 Ha
4. Cannabis Seeds (Grams)
202 tablets
284.91 grams
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 26. Total Seized Narcotics Evidence, 2012
NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL
1 2 3
1. Heroin (Grams) 38,014.86 gram
2. Cocaine (Grams) 5,878.44 gram
3. Hashish (Grams) 7,836.44 gram
4. Ecstasy (Tablets)
2,850,947 tablets
294.73 gram
5. Shabu (Grams) 1,977,864.07 grams
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 27. Total Seized Evidence of Psychotropic Substances, 2012
NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL
1 2 3
1. Benzodiazepine (Tablets) 512,523 tablets
2. Barbiturate (Tablets)
426,793.50 tablets
26,000 grams
3. Ketamine (Grams) 13,426 grams
4. Controlled medicines (Tablets)
2,064,302.50 tablets
1,429 bottles
282 packages
256 tubes
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 28. Total Seized Evidence of Other Addictive Substances, 2012
NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL
1 2 3
1. Alcohol (Bottles) 993,489.50 bottles
2. Alcohol (Litres) 164,780.79 litres
TOTAL
993,489.50 bottles
164,780.79 litres
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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4) Total and Ranking of Seized Evidence by Province, 2012.
Table 29. Total and Ranking of Cannabis Herb, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL (GRAMS) RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. Aceh 8,963,084.54 I
2. Lampung 6,423,477.75 II
3. Jambi 2,343,039.94 III
4. North Sumatera 1,393,156.43 IV
5. DKI Jakarta 1,261,135.35 V
6. West Java Jawa 698,688.36 VI
7. West Sumatera 289,909.40 VII
8. Central Java 142,858.28 VIII
9. Riau 124,600.58 IX
10. Bali 71,193.29 X
11. East Java 67,164.76 XI
12. South Sumatera 43,042.42 XII
13. West Papua 34,984.23 XIII
14. Riau Islands 33,933.50 XIV
15. DI Yogyakarta 30,404.05 XV
16. Bangka Belitung 20,732.90 XVI
17. Bengkulu 20,720.99 XVII
18. Central Sulawesi 18,844.82 XVIII
19. West Nusa Tenggara 15,040.42 XIX
20. Banten 9,677.71 XX
21. North Maluku 5,649.21 XXI
22. Papua 5,147.74 XXII
23. South Sulawesi 1,286.50 XXIII
24. East Kalimantan 962.68 XXIV
25. Maluku 571.00 XXV
26. North Sulawesi 400.64 XXVI
27. East Nusa Tenggara 90.86 XXVII
28. South Kalimantan 74.64 XXVIII
29. West Kalimantan 59.13 XXIX
30. Central Kalimantan 5.98 XXX
31. S.E. Sulawesi 5.00 XXXI
32. Gorontalo 0.19 XXXII
TOTAL 22,019,941.29 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 30. Total Number and Ranking of Cannabis Trees Evidence, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL TREES RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. Aceh 303,357 I
2. North Sumatera 36,431 II
3. Bengkulu 941 III
4. South Sumatera 344 IV
5. West Sumatera 246 V
6. DKI Jakarta 48 VI
7. West Java 19 VII
8. DI Yogyakarta 5 VIII
9. Bali 3 IX
10. Jambi 1 X
TOTAL 341,395 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 31. Total Number and Ranking of Cannabis Seeds Evidence, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. North Sumatera 284.91 Grams -
2. Bengkulu 2,002 Seeds -
TOTAL
284.91 Grams
2,002 Seeds
-
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 32. Total and Ranking of Cannabis Cultivation Fields, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
Total (HECTARES) RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. Aceh 72.50 I
2. North Sumatera 16.00 II
3. Bengkulu 1.00 III
TOTAL 89.5 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 33. Total and Ranking of Heroin/Putaw Evidence, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
total (GRAMs) RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. East Jawa 10,668.40 I
2. DKI Jakarta 5,826.77 II
3. East Kalimantan 5,199.88 III
4. Central Java 4,982.08 IV
5. Riau Islands 4,192.79 V
6. Aceh 2,225.00 VI
7. North Sulawesi 2,200.00 VII
8. DI Yogyakarta 1,332.68 VIII
9. Riau 1,290.90 IX
10. Gorontalo 49.24 X
11. West Java 19.09 XI
12. West Kalimantan 14.04 XII
13. Bali 8.71 XIII
14. Lampung 2,23 XIV
15. Maluku 1.60 XV
16. West Nusa Tenggara 0.74 XVI
17. Jambi 0.40 XVII
18. South Sumatera 0.40 XVIII
19. North Sumatera 0.17 XIX
20. Central Kalimantan 0.12 XX
JUMLAH 38,015.24 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 34. Total and Ranking of Cocaine Evidence, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TPTAL (GRAMS) RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. Bali 4,673.44 I
2. DKI Jakarta 1,204.00 II
3. North Sumatera 1.00 III
TOTAL 5,878.44 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 35. Total and Ranking of Hashish Evidence, 2012
NO. PROVINCE 2012
TOTAL (GRAMS) RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. Bali 4,121.44 I
2. West Nusa Tenggara 3,715.00 II
TOTAL 7,836.44 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Table 36. Total and Ranking of Ecstasy Evidence, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL (TABLETS) RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. DKI Jakarta 2,598,151.50 I
2. Lampung 152,366.25 II
3. Riau Islands 63,736.00 III
4. South Sumatera 10,359.25 IV
5. Riau 4,845.50 V
6. North Sumatera 4,123.75 VI
7. South Kalimantan 3,495.50 VII
8. East Java 3,198.50 VIII
9. Jambi 2,646.00 IX
10. Bali 2,580.75 X
11. West Kalimantan 1,325.75 XI
12. West Java 1,110.50 XII
13. South Sulawesi 861.00 XIII
14. Bangka Belitung 801.00 XIV
15. East Kalimantan 701.00 XV
16. Central Kalimantan 324.00 XVI
17. Central Java 98.75 XVII
18. DI Yogyakarta 75.50 XVIII
19. Gorontalo 67.00 XIX
20. Papua 21.00 XX
21. West Sumatera 17.00 XXI
22. Aceh 11.25 XXII
23. Bengkulu 6.25 XXIII
24. North Sulawesi 5.00 XXIV
25. Banten 3.00 XXV
26. S.E. Sulawesi 3.00 XXV
TOTAL 2,850.934 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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Table 37. Total and Ranking of Shabu Evidence, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
2012
TOTAL(GRAMS) RANKING
1 2 3 4
1. DKI Jakarta 950,556.52 I
2. East Java 885,417.11 II
3. West Kalimantan 33,999.84 III
4. North Sumatera 29,131.28 IV
5. Riau Islands 16,350.81 V
6. East Kalimanta 12,725.46 VI
7. Riau 7,369.65 VII
8. South Sumatera 7,063.63 VIII
9. North Sulawesi 5,001.42 IX
10. South Kalimantan 4,315.39 X
11. Lampung 4,267.30 XI
12. Aceh 3,789.08 XII
13. Central Java 3,509.22 XIII
14. South Sulawesi Central 2,966.20 XIV
15. Bali 2,567.95 XV
16. Jambi 2,396.84 XVI
17. Central Sulawesi 2,178.90 XVII
18. DI Yogyakarta 1,289.35 XVIII
19. Central Kalimantan 864.15 XIX
20. West Java 709.50 XX
21. West Sumatera 649.91 XXI
22. Bangka Belitung 197.24 XXII
23. West Nusa Tenggara 169.38 XXIII
24. Gorontalo 135.93 XXIV
25. Bengkulu 78.70 XXV
26. S.E. Sulawesi 61.36 XXVI
27. Papua 59.47 XXVII
28. Banten 52.37 XXVIII
29. Maluku 10.04 XXIX
30. North Maluku 5.95 XXX
31. East Nusa Tenggara 5.01 XXXI
TOTAL 1,977,894.96 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
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5) Total Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 2012.
Table 38. Total Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 20012
NO. SCALE TOTAL
1 2 3
1. Large** 6
2. Small 0
TOTAL 6
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
Note : ** Large: large production capacity and utilizing sophisticated equipment
* Small: utilizing traditional equipment with small production capacity
Table 39. Total Prominent Drug Cases Disclosed by Directorate of Drug Crimes,
National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, 2012
NO.
REGIONAL
POLICE
CASES SUSPECTS EVIDENCE
REM
ARKS
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Police HQ 21 67 Shabu : 550,684.46 gr
Liquid Shabu : 1,7 ltr
Ecstasy: 358,536 tbl
Heroin : 1,700 gr
Iodine: 51,000 gr
Medicinal herbs (jamu):
1,758,000 caps
Medicinal herbs(jamu):
79,400 sachets
Jamu powder for uric
acid: :8,000 kg
2. Aceh 3 11 Cannabis/Ganja:10,519kg
Cannabis trees : 25,300
3. North Sumatera 3 3 Shabu : 5,888,48 gr
Ecstasy : 195 tbl
4. Riau Islands 6 9 Shabu: 9,765 gr
Ecstasy : 7,018 tbl
Heroin : 3,387 gr
Happy Five : 40,000 tbl
5. Jambi
1 2
Cannabis/Ganja :
1,167,000kg
6. Lampung 2 3 Ecstasy : 35,000 tbl
Cannabis/Ganja : 3,529 kg
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7. DKI Jakarta 22 47 Shabu : 501,849.61 gr
Ecstasy: 1,515,501 tbl
Ecstasy powder : 875 gr
Heroin : 1.094 gr
Cocaine : 205.6 gr
Cannabis/Ganja :
213,000 gr
Happy Five : 53.200 tbl
8. Central Java 1 1 Shabu : 2,965.3 gr
Heroin : 4,973.7 gr
9. East Java 1 2 Double L : 20,000 tbl
10. North Sulawesi 2 3 Shabu : 6,000 gr
Heroin : 2,200 gr
11. Central Sulawesi 1 1 TDH : 26,656 tbl
12. Bali 4 6 Shabu : 1.055 gr
Cannabis/Ganja :
49,231.05 gr
Hashish : 1,611 gr
13. West Nusa
Tenggara
2 2 Shabu : 2,633 gr
Hashish : 3,715 gr
TOTAL 69 157
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
6) Domestic and Overseas Illicit Drug Trafficking Routes, 2012.
a) Overseas Routes.
Drug trafficking routes of narcotics/psychotropic substances
into Indonesia :
(1) Heroin/Morphine.
(a) Heroin - Golden Triangle (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar) :
• Bangkok–Hat Jai–Penang–Medan.
• Bangkok–Medan/Denpasar/Surabaya–Jakarta.
• Bangkok– Singapore–Denpasar–Perth (Australia).
• Bangkok–Samarinda–Korea–Japan.
• Bangkok–Solo–Jakarta–Denpasar–Perth (Australia).
• Bangkok–Solo–Surabaya–Kun Ming (RRC).
(b) Heroin - Golden Crescent (Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan) :
• Karachi– New Delhi – Medan/Batam/Surabaya –
Jakarta.
• Karachi–Dubai–Medan/Surabaya–Jakarta.
• Karachi–Katmandhu–Singapore–Medan / Batam /
Surabaya–Jakarta.
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(2) Cocaine ( Latin/South America: Brazil, Collombia, Peru).
(a) Curacao, Netherland Antilles/South America–
Amsterdam–Kuala Lumpur–Penang–Medan–Jakarta.
(b) Lima / Santiago–Frankfurt–Jakarta.
(c) Brazil–Hongkong–Denpasar–Australia.
(d) Colombia–Jakarta–Erope–USA.
(e) Bolivia–Denpasar.
(f) Peru–Denpasar.
(g) Mexico–Denpasar.
(h) Australia–Denpasar.
(3) Hashish (Thailand, Pakistan).
(a) Khatmandu– Bombay – Colombo – Bangkok–Singapore–
Denpasar–Australia.
(b) Bangkok–Singapore–Denpasar.
(c) Bangkok–Singapore–Denpasar–Mataram.
(d) New Delhi–Singapore–Denpasar–Australia.
(e) New Delhi–Singapore–Denpasar–Tokyo.
(f) Bangkok–Singapura–Lombok / Kupang–USA.
(4) Shabu/Ecstasy (Guang Zhou/China, Netherland).
(a) Guang Zhou–Hongkong–Jakarta.
(b) Guang Zhou–Singapore–Jakarta.
(c) Chise Triads from Republic of China smuggle
psychotropic substances: shabu / Ice (MA) and its
Psychotropic precursors from its center in Ghuang Zou
to Hong Kong or the Philippines and enter Batam–
Jakarta–Surabaya and Denpasar by air or sea.
(d) From its center (Netherland–Germany–Belgia) through
Singapore-Thailand and Hong Kong.
(e) From Singapore to Jakarta by airline routes Singapore–
Medan–Jakarta or SingapuoreBatam–Jakarta, or by sea
routes..
(f) Iran–Kuala Lumpur–Jakarta.
(g) Iran–Kuala Lumpur–Surabaya.
(h) Iran–Istambul–Doha (Qatar)–Singapore–Denpasar.
(i) Iran–Singapore–Jakarta.
(j) Iran–Istambul (Turkey)–Abu Dhabi–Jakarta.
(k) Iran–Damascus (Syria)–Abu Dhabi–Jakarta.
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(5) Precursors (America, Taiwan, India).
(a) Amerika–Singapore–Jakarta.
(b) Taiwan–Singapore–Jakarta.
(c) India– Singapore–Jakarta.
(d) Hong Kong–Jakarta.
(e) Hong Kong–Batam.
b) Domestic Routes.
(1) Cannabis/Ganja (Aceh).
(a) Aceh–Medan–Bandar Lampung–Jakarta.
(b) Aceh–Medan–Surabaya.
(c) Aceh–Medan–Bali.
(d) Aceh–Jakarta–Pontianak.
(e) Aceh–Jakarta–Bandung.
(f) Aceh–Jakarta-Batam
(2) Ecstasy/Shabu (Jakarta, Batam)
(a) Jakarta–Denpasar.
(b) Batam–Medan.
(c) Jakarta–Surabaya.
(d) Jakarta–Bandung.
(e) Batam–Jakarta.
b. Cases, Suspects and Evidence of Narcotics and Psychotropic Crimes, and
Money Laundering Crimes Disclosed in 2012, from National Narcotics Board
(BNN).
Table 40. Total Number of Narcotics and Precursors Cases, 2012
NO. CASES 2012
1 2 3
1. Narcotics and Precursors 104
2. Money Laundering Crimes 15
TOTAL 119
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
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Table 41. Jumlah Kasus Narkotika dan Prekursor Berdasarkan Jenis Narkotika
Tahun 2012
NO. TYPE OF CASE 2012
1 2 3
1. Shabu 90
2. Ecstasy 4
3. Heroin 5
4. Cannabis 3
5. Cocaine 1
6. Psychotropic Substance and Precursors 1
TOTAL 104
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 42. Total Number of Narcotics and Precursors Cases Based on
Classification of Narcotics, 2012
NO. CLASSIFICATION 2012
1 2 3
1. Narcotics 103
2. Psychotropic Substance and Precursors 1
TOTAL 104
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 43. Total Number of Carcotics and Precursors Cases Based on Type of
Case, 2012
NO. Type of Case (Crime) 2012
1 2 3
1. Consumption 6
2. Distribution 97
3. Production 1
4. Cultivation -
TOTAL 104
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
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c. Total Number of Narcotic and Psychotropic Suspects and Money
Laundering Crimes, 2012
Table 44. Total Number of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Suspects
Based on Type of Narcotics, 2012
NO. TYPE OF NARCOTIC
TOTAL SUSPECTS
2012
1 2 3
1. Shabu 144
2. Ecstasy 25
3. Heroin 7
4. Cannabis 7
5. Cocaine 1
6. Psychotropic Substances and Precursors 3
TOTAL 187
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 45. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Bassed on
Classification of Narcotics, 2012
NO. CLASSIFICATION
JUMLAH TERSANGKA
TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Narcotics 187
2. Money Laundering 17
JUMLAH 204
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 46. Total Number of Narcotics and Precursors Suspects Based on The
Suspect’s Role 2012
NO. SUSPECT’S ROLE TOTAL SUSPECTS
2012
1 2 3
1. Consumption 11
2. Distribution 174
3. Production 2
4. Cultivation -
TOTAL 187
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
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Table 47. Total Number of Narcotics And Precursors Suspects Based on
Nationality 2012
NO. NATIONALITY TOTAL SUSPECTS
2012
1 2 3
1. Domestic Nationals 170
2. Foreign Nationals 17
TOTAL 187
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 48. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based
on Gender, 2012
NO. GENDER
TOTAL DOMESTIC
NATIONALS
SUSPECT 2012
TOTAL FOREIGN
NATIONALS
SUSPECT 2012
1 2 3
1. Male 136 16
2. Female 34 1
TOTAL 187
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 49. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based
on Age Group, 2012
NO. AGE GROUP TOTAL SUSPECT
2012
1 2 3
1. < 16 Years -
2. 16-19 Years 3
3. 20-24 Years 18
4. 25-29 Years 32
5. > 30 Years 134
TOTAL 187
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 50. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based
on Educational Background, 2012
NO. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
TOTAL SUSPECT
2012
1 2 3
1. Elementary 6
2. Junior High School 25
3. Senior High School 97
4. University 59
TOTAL 187
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
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Table 51. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based
on Occupation, 2012
NO. OCCUPATION
TOTAL SUSPECT
2012
1 2 3
1. Private Sector 53
2. Unemployed 55
3. Labor 13
4. Farmer 3
5. Entrepreneur 60
6. University Student 1
7. Civil Servant 2
8. Police/Armed Forces -
TOTAL 187
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 52. Total Number of Foreign National Suspects involved in Narcotics and
Precursors Crime, 2012
NO. FOREIGN NATIONALS
TOTAL SUSPECT
2012
1 2 3
1. Nigeria 11
2. South Africa 1
3. Malaysia 1
4. Kenya 1
5. Iran 2
6. Siera Leone 1
TOTAL 17
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 53. Total Number of Money Laundering Crimes Based on Nationality,
2012
NO. NATIONALITY
TOTAL SUSPECT
2012
1 2 3
1. Domestic Nationals 16
2. Foreign Nationals 3
TOTAL 19
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
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Table 54. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes
Based on Gender, 2012
NO. GENDER
TOTAL DOMESTIC
NATIONALS
SUSPECT 2012
TOTAL FOREIGN
NATIONALS
SUSPECT 2012
1 2 3
1. Male 7 3
2. Female 9 -
TOTAL 19
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 55. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes
Based on Age Group, 2012
NO. AGE GROUP TOTAL SUSPECT 2012
1 2 3
1. < 16 Years -
2. 16-19 Years -
3. 20-24 Years -
4. 25-29 Years 5
5. > 30 Years 14
TOTAL 19
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 56. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes
Based on Educational Background, 2012
NO. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND TOTAL SUSPECT 2012
1 2 3
1. Elementary -
2. Junior High School 1
3. Senior High School 14
4. University 4
TOTAL 19
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 57. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes
Based on Occupation, 2012
NO. OCCUPATION TOTAL SUSPECT 2012
1 2 3
1. Private Sector 4
2. Unemployed 10
3. Labor 1
4. Farmer -
5. Entrepreneur 3
6. University Student -
7. Civil Servant 1
8. Police/Armed Forces -
TOTAL 19
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
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d. Data Jumlah Barang Bukti Kasus Narkotika, Psikotropika dan TPPU Tahun
2012
Table 58. Total Seized Narcotics Evidence, 2012
NO. BARANG BUKTI JUMLAH TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Shabu 76.254,55 Gr
2. Kokain 858,40 Gr
3. Heroin 14,41 Kg
4. Ekstasi 1.420.685 Butir
5. Ganja 315,34 Kg
6. Prekursor 0,5liter cairan jenis aceton
0,5liter HCL
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
Table 59. Total Evidence of Money Laundering Cases, 2012
NO. Evidence VALUE (Rp.)
1 2 3
1. Cash money 15.006.622.713,-
2. Movables 4.500.000.000,-
a. 1 unit Toyota Fortuner car License No. B 393 PS
including keys and license owned by Afdar
b. 1 unit black Revo motor cycle with grey and marone
list, license number B 4750 AK
c. 1 unit black Terios car license number KB 1359 HP
including ownership certificate (BPKB) and vehicle
license ( STNK)
d. 1 unit Nissan Grand Livina X Gear car license No. Pol.
BM 1270 QS
e. 1 unitl Honda Civic car license No. Pol. BK 989 FZ and
ownership certificate ( BPKB)
f. 1 unit black Toyota Fortuner year 2011 license No.
Pol. B 212 BOY and vehicle license (STNK) owner by
the name of Sartimah including keys.
g. 1 unit Caterpillar PO 3200 Hydraulic Excavator No.
058849 dated 18 August 2011.
h. 1 unit grey metallic Honda CRV RE1 2 WD 2.4 AT CKD,
loicense No. Pol. BK 312 EN, owner’s name Eren
Herikasenda including STNK
i. 1 unit black Toyota Harrier year 2008 license No. Pol.
D 825 , owner’s name Ade Tjakralaksana
j. 1 unit white Toyota Yaris year 2008 license No. Pol. D
889 KH, owner’s name. Wilma Purnamasari
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k. 1 unit white Honda Jazz year 2011 license No. Pol. D
1787 NZ, owner’s name Tjoe Mei Lan
l. Piaggio motor cycle type ZIP 100 AT year 2011,
license No. Pol. B 3061 SFV including key
m. 1 black metallic Mercedes Benz type C 240 AT year
2002 license No. Pol. B 1303 AI including key
3. Unmovables 11.506.622.713,-
a. 1 unit house at Jl. Eka Rasmi Gg. Eka Nusa No. 22
Kelurahan Gedong Johor, Kecamatan Medan Johor,
Medan, North Sumatera
b. 1 piece of land with a building at Desa Cot Rabo Kec.
Peusangan, Kab. Bireuen, approx. width 1.124,71 m2
complete with a certificate of purchase dilengkapi
No. 594.4/63/01/2011 by the name of NURLAILA
HASAN
c. 1 piece of land and building at Desa Pulo Pisang, Kab.
Bireuen, approx. width lebih 710,22 m2
complete
with a purchase No 594.4/96/02/2011 by the name
of NURLAILA HASAN
d. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh Desa Sukaharja
Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width
11.135 m2
e. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh Desa Sukaharja
Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width:
11.148 m2
f. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa
Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor,
width: 5.277 m2
g. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa
Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor,
width: 20.067 m2
h. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa
Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor,
width: 15.028 m2
i. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa
Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor,
width: 11.487 m2
j. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa
Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor,
width: 10.220 m2
k. A piece of land at Kampung Gunung Malang Desa
Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor
width: 6.150 m2
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l. Land and a building at Jl. Lingkar Danau Buatan
Rumbal Pekanbaru Riau, Certificate of Ownership
No. 2227 by the name of Devi Novriyanti.
m. A piece of land with a width of 212 m2
and 1
permanent house of 2 storeys according to
Certificate of Ownership satu unit rumah permanen
No. 2047 by the name of Surjadi Widjaja, address:
Perumahan Singgasana Perdana Jl. Kuta Kencana
Tengah IX B-23, Cibaduyut Wetan, Bandung.
TOTAL 31.006.622.713,-
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
e. Total Number of Suspects and Evidence Handled by Directorate of
Interdiction, Deputy of Eradication, BNN, 2012
Table 60. Total Number of Suspects and Evidence Handled Directorate of
Interdiction, Deputy of Eradication, BNN, 2012
NO. CRIME SCENE suspects evidence
1 2 3 4
1. DHL Karawaci Branch Office, Jl. Imam
Bonjol No.99 Karawaci, Tangerang,
Banten
1 Shabu : 590,2 Gr
2. Next to Hermina Hospital,. Jl. Gardenia
Raya Blok BA I No. 11 Grand Galaxy City
South Bekasi West Java
2 Shabu : 441,2 Gr
3. Jl. Cempaka Sari IV Jalur 4 RT 18/06 Kel.
Basirih Kec. Banjar Barat, South
Kalimantan
1 Shabu : 520,2 Gr
4. McDonald STC Senayan Parking area,
South Jakarta
2 Shabu : 3021 Gr
5. Office of PCP Transprortation Service, Jl.
Raya Sesetan No. 337 Denpasar, Bali
1 Shabu : 95,8 Gr
6. Alfamidi Parking area, Jl. Pulau Moyo No.
47 Kedungan, Denpasar
2 Shabu : 704,2 Gr
7. Parking area of Shop-house complex, Tg
Pantun Blok I Rt. 01/02 Kel. Sei Jodok Kec.
Batu Ampar, Batam
4 Shabu : 2273,5 Gr
8. Mangsang Lestari Blok A kelurahan
Mangsang Kec. Sungai Bedu Batam
1 Shabu : 3687,2 Gr
9. Jalan Delman Utama Kebayoran Lama
Jakarta Selatan –(name of street)
3 Shabu : 158 Gr
Shabu : 143,3 Gr
10. Gas station next to Fly Over Jl. Letjen
Suprapto No. 56 Senen, Central Jakarta
2 Shabu : 5063,4 Gr
Shabu : 5062,8 Gr
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11. Arrival Terminal 2D Internasional Airport
Soekarno Hatta Tangerang Banten
2 Shabu : 1013,3 Gr
12. Jl. Wijaya Kusuma No. 51 Room 08
Tomang, West Jakarta
1 Shabu : 114,9 Gr
Shabu : 110,8 Gr
13. Hotel Margot Room No. 306, Jl. Jaksa 15C
Menteng, Central Jakarta
2 Shabu : 5260,5 Gr
14. Arrival Terminal 2D, Internasional Airport
Soekarno Hatta Tangerang Banten
1 Shabu : 1.118,2 Gr
15. Kampung Wanaraja RT 29 RW. 06 Kel.
Purwadadi, Kec. Purwadadi, Kab. Subang,
West Java
1 Shabu : 562 Gr
16. FedEx Cargo, Soekarno Hatta Int’l
Airport, Tangerang Banten
1 DPO Shabu : 247,5 Gr
17. In front of IndoMaret supermarket , Jl.
Bulevard Raya Kelapa Gading, North
Jakarta
1 1 bungkus plastik
bubuk kristal shabu
18. Jl. Kamal Raya Kel. Cengkareng Timur,
Kec. Cengkareng, West Jakarta
9 Ekstasi : 1.412.476 Btr
19. FedEx Parking area, Jl. By Pass Ngurah
Ray No. 72 Kedonganan Denpasar Bali
1 Kokain : 628,5 Gr
20. PT. UPS Cardig Internasional Cargo,
Halim Perdana Kusuma Airport, East Jkt
1 Heroin : 1.064,2 Gr
21. Jl. Wijaya Kusuma No.51 Room 08
Tomang, West Jakarta
3
TOTAL
41
1 wanted
Shabu : 30.188 Gr
Ekstasi :1.412.476 Btr
Kokain : 628,5 Gr
Heroin : 1.064,2 Gr
f. Total Number of Disclosed Clandestine Laboratories by BNN, 2012
Table 61. Total Number of Clandestine Laboratories, 2012
NO.
TOTAL
CASES
CRIME
SCENE/SUSPECT
SCALE EVIDENCE
1 2 3 4 5
1. 1 Taman Harapan
Baru Blok E6
Nomor 15 Pondok
Ungu, West
Bekasi, Number of
suspects: 2
Kitchen
Labora-
tory
3 strainers
1 plastic measuring pot
1 cooler pump
0,5 ltr aceton-type liquid
0,5 litre HCL
3kg caustic soda
12,5gr red phosphor
1 distillation tube
1 2-neck flat bottom tube of 2 ltr
capacity
1 reaction tube of 1.000 ml
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g. Prominent Cases Disclosed by BNN, 2012
Table 62. Total Number of Prominent Drug Cases, 2012
NO. UNIT CASE SUSPECT EVIDENCE REMARKS
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. National
Narcotics Board
10 35 Shabu : 25.790,9gr
Ekstasi : 1.412.476 btr
Heroin : 500 gr
2. BNNP, West
Java
1 1 Shabu : 775 gr
3. BNNP East Java 1 4 Shabu : 588,5 gr
TOTAL 12 40
Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
h. Ranking of Crime-fested Potentials for Illicit Trafficking, (Supply Reduction
Aspect), from BNN and National Police, 2012.
Table 63. Ranking of Crime-fested Potentials for illicit Traffickign in Drugs, 2012
NO. PROVINCE
TOTAL
POPULATION
AGE 10-59
YEARS
TOTAL SUSPECTS
(CULTIVATION,
PRODUCTION ,
DISTRIBUTION)
RATIO OF
CRIME FESTED
RAN-
KING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Nusa Tenggara Timur 3.289.200 21 1 : 156.628 I
2. DI Yogyakarta 2.610.000 22 1 : 118.636 II
3. Maluku 1.036.300 9 1 : 115.144 III
4. Gorontalo 683.200 6 1 : 113.867 IV
5. Banten 8.641.800 114 1 : 75.805 V
6. Jawa Tengah 23.401.900 469 1 : 49.897 VI
7. Maluku Utara 741.800 15 1 : 49.453 VII
8. Sulawesi Utara 1.744.600 39 1 : 44.733 VIII
9. Sulawesi Tenggara 1.824.900 46 1 : 39.671 IX
10. Jawa Barat 32.699.100 852 1 : 38.379 X
11. Bali 2.737.200 73 1 : 37.496 XI
12. Nusa Tenggara Barat 3.546.300 95 1 : 37.329 XII
13. Sumatera Barat 3.322.600 106 1 : 31.345 XIII
14. Papua 1.626.836 55 1 : 29.579 XIV
15. Lampung 6.004.900 250 1 : 24.020 XV
16. Bengkulu 1.403.700 94 1 : 14.933 XVI
17. Kalimantan Barat 3.656.500 278 1 : 13.153 XVII
18. Sulawesi Tengah 2.069.400 174 1 : 11.893 XVIII
19. Sumatera Selatan 6.107.766 517 1 : 11.814 XIX
20. Jawa Timur 27.200.200 2.747 1 : 9.902 XX
21. Kalimantan Tengah 1.967.600 253 1 : 7.777 XXI
22. Jambi 2.261.900 321 1 : 7.046 XXII
23. Sulawesi Selatan 6.055.602 894 1 : 6.774 XXIII
24. Sumatera Utara 9.941.800 1.504 1 : 6.610 XXIV
25. Kalimantan Timur 2.571.300 420 1 : 6.122 XXV
26. Riau 4.979.142 912 1 : 5.459 XXVI
27. Kepulauan Riau 1.086.958 239 1 : 4.548 XXVII
28. Aceh 3.033.600 760 1 : 3.991 XXVIII
29. Bangka Belitung 801.900 236 1 : 3.398 XIX
30. DKI Jakarta 7.047.900 3.274 1 : 2.153 XXX
31. Papua Barat 599.864 306 1 : 1.960 XXXI
32. Kalimantan Selatan 2.723.700 1.428 1 : 1.907 XXXII
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, Bareskrim dan BNN, March 2013
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i. Seizures and Ranking of Narcotic Evidence from Ministry of Finance RI, 2012
Table 64. Total Seized Natural Narcotics Evidence at Airports, 2012
NO. EVIDENCE 2012
1 2 3
1. Cannabis (Gram) 3.432,48
2. Heroin (Gram) 33.882,90
3. Cocaine (Gram) 6.847,50
4. Hashish (Gram) 8.148
Source : Directorate of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance RI, March 2013
Table 65. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Daun Ganja Sitaan di Bandara Tahun
2012
NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 56,6 II Gram
2. Yogyakarta Yogyakarta 86 I Gram
3. Jawa Barat Bandung 6,48 III Gram
JUMLAH 149,08 Gram
Sumber: Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table 66. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Heroin Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012
NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. DKI Jakarta Halim 1.056 VII Gram
2. Banten Soekarno Hatta 2.008 IV Gram
3. DI Yogyakarta Yogyakarta 1.175 VI Gram
4. Aceh Banda Aceh 1.995,80 V Gram
5. Kalsel Balikpapan 5.198 II Gram
6. Sulut Manado 2.200 III Gram
7. Sumut Medan 10.110,10 I Gram
JUMLAH 23.742,90 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table 67. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Kokain Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012
NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 1.823,50 I Gram
2. Bali Ngurah Rai 4.794 II Gram
JUMLAH 6.617,50 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
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Table 68. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Hashish Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012
NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 2 III Gram
2. Bali Ngurah Rai 4.431 I Gram
3. NTB Mataram 3.715 II Gram
JUMLAH 8.148 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table 69. Jumlah Barang Bukti Narkotika Sintesis Sitaan di Bandara Tahun
2012
NO. BARANG BUKTI TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Ekstasi (Gram) 383.127,05
2. Shabu (Gram) 101.545,09
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table 70. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Ekstasi Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012
NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 20,50 III Gram
2. Sulawesi Selatan Makasar 500 II Gram
3. Jawa Barat Bandung 500,50 I Gram
JUMLAH 1.021 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table 71. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Shabu Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012
NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Aceh Banda Aceh 1.690,93 V Gram
2. Sumut Medan 2.029 IV Gram
3. Riau Pekanbaru 101,80 XIII Gram
4. Banten Soekarno Hatta 25.766,30 I Gram
5. DKI Jakarta Halim 704,20 XI Gram
6. Jawa Barat Bandung 775 X Gram
7. Jawa Tengah Surakarta 12 XIV Gram
8. DI Yogyakarta Yogyakarta 1.245 VII Gram
9. Jawa Timur Juanda 1.537,90 VI Gram
10. Bali Ngurah Rai 1.231 VIII Gram
11. NTB Mataram 2.634 III Gram
12. Sulawesi Selatan Makasar 1.000 IX Gram
13. Sulawesi Utara Manado 6.000 II Gram
14. Kalsel Balikpapan 177 XII Gram
JUMLAH 44.904,13 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
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Table 72. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Daun Ganja Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun
2012
NO. PROVINSI PELABUHAN
TAHUN 2012 KET
JUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Riau Dumai 21,50 II Gram
2. Kepri Tanjung Balai Karimun 22 I Gram
JUMLAH 43,50 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table 73. Jumlah dan Barang Bukti Heroin Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun 2012
NO PROVINSI PELABUHAN
TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Riau Dumai 1.385 III Gram
2. Kepri
Tanjung Pinang 4.250 II Gram
Batam Centre 5 IV Gram
5. Jawa Tengah Tanjung Emas 4.500 I Gram
JUMLAH 10.140 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table 74. Jumlah Barang Bukti Ekstasi Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun 2012
NO. PROVINSI PELABUHAN
TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Riau 1. Dumai 93,50 III Gram
2. Bengkalis 24 IV Gram
3. Selat Panjang 4,50 VI Gram
2. Kepri 1. Tanjung Balai Karimun 3.513,50 II Gram
2. Batam Centre 10,25 V Gram
3. DKI Jakarta Tanjung Priok 378.435,80 I Gram
JUMLAH 382.081,55 Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table75. Jumlah Barang Bukti Shabu Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun 2012
NO PROVINSI PELABUHAN
TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Sumut 1. Teluk Nibung 258,30 II Gram
2. Riau
1. Bengkalis 156,68 III Gram
2. Selat Panjang 302,30 I Gram
3. Kepri
1. Tanjung Pinang 4.000 V Gram
2. Batam Centre 9.615 IV Gram
4. Sumbar Teluk Bayur 0,40 VII Gram
5. Jateng Tanjung Emas 3.240 VI Gram
JUMLAH 17.572,68 -
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
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Table76. Jumlah Barang Bukti Ganja Sitaan di Perbatasan Tahun 2012
NO PROVINSI PERBATASAN
TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Papua Jayapura 2.000 I Gram
JUMLAH 2.000 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table77. Jumlah Barang Bukti Shabu Sitaan di Perbatasan Tahun 2012
NO PROVINSI PERBATASAN
TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Kalbar Entikong 28.612,18 I Gram
2. NTT Atapupu 5.456,10 II Gram
3. Papua Jayapura 4.000 III Gram
JUMLAH 38.068,28 - Gram
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
Table78. Jumlah Tersangka Narkotika Berdasarkan Kewarganegaraan Tahun 2012
NO. WARGA NEGARA
JUMLAH TERSANGKA NARKOTIKA
TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Indonesia 91
2. Malaysia 20
3. Singapura 2
4. Thailand 1
5. India 1
6. China 4
7. Jerman 1
8. Italia 1
9. Belanda 1
10. Inggris 2
11. Nigeria 3
12. Rusia 2
13. Brasil 1
14. Austalia 1
15. Afrika Selatan 3
16. Uganda 1
17. Sierra Leonean 1
J U M L A H 136
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
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Table79. Jumlah Tersangka Narkotika Berdasarkan Jenis Kelamin Tahun 2012
NO. JENIS KELAMIN
JUMLAH TERSANGKA NARKOTIKA
TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Laki-laki 101
2. Perempuan 35
J U M L A H 136
Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2012
j. Data Narapidana dan Tahanan Kasus Narkoba di Seluruh IndonesiaTahun 2012
dari Kementerian Hukum dan HAM RI
Table80. Jumlah Narapidana dan Tahanan Kasus Narkoba di Seluruh Indonesia
Per Provinsi Tahun 2012
NO. NAMA KANWIL
JUMLAH NARAPIDANA & TAHANAN
TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Aceh 2.490
2. Sumatera Utara 6.148
3. Sumatera Barat 1.148
4. Kepulauan Riau 1.104
5. Riau 2.032
6. Jambi 993
7. Sumatera Selatan 2.113
8. Bangka Belitung 435
9. Lampung 658
10. Bengkulu 383
11. Banten 3.615
12. DKI Jakarta 8.745
13. Jawa Barat 7.374
14. DI Yogyakarta 398
15. Jawa Tengah 3.216
16. Jawa Timur 5.025
17. Kalimantan Barat 831
18. Kalimantan Tengah 584
19. Kalimantan Selatan 2.694
20. Kalimantan Timur 1.733
21. Sulawesi Utara 76
22. Gorontalo 39
23. Sulawesi Tengah 275
24. Sulawesi Selatan 1.389
25. Sulawesi Barat 35
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26. Sulawesi Tenggara 176
27. Bali 642
28. Nusa Tenggara Barat 434
29. Nusa Tenggara Timur 34
30. Maluku 77
31. Maluku Utara 72
32. Papua Barat 30
33. Papua 147
J U M L A H 55.145
Sumber : Ditjen Pemasyarakatan Kementerian Hukum dan HAM RI, March 2012
Table81. Jumlah Narapidana dan Tahanan Kasus Narkoba di Seluruh Indonesia Per
Provinsi Berdasarkan Bandar/Pengedar dan Pengguna Tahun 2012
NO. NAMA KANWIL
KASUS NARKOBA
JUMLAHBANDAR/
PENGEDAR
PENGGUNA
1 2 3 4 5
1. Aceh 1.490 1.000 2.490
2. Sumatera Utara 2.287 3.861 6.148
3. Sumatera Barat 456 692 1.148
4. Kepulauan Riau 874 230 1.104
5. Riau 1.416 616 2.032
6. Jambi 598 395 993
7. Sumatera Selatan 675 1.438 2.113
8. Bangka Belitung 296 139 435
9. Lampung 305 353 658
10. Bengkulu 286 97 383
11. Banten 1.784 1.831 3.615
12. DKI Jakarta 7.532 1.213 8.745
13. Jawa Barat 4.767 2.607 7.374
14. DI Yogyakarta 86 312 398
15. Jawa Tengah 2.200 1.016 3.216
16. Jawa Timur 515 4.510 5.025
17. Kalimantan Barat 255 576 831
18. Kalimantan Tengah 132 452 584
19. Kalimantan Selatan 1.234 1.460 2.694
20. Kalimantan Timur 1.105 628 1.733
21. Sulawesi Utara 13 63 76
22. Gorontalo 39 39
23. Sulawesi Tengah 82 193 275
24. Sulawesi Selatan 683 706 1.389
25. Sulawesi Barat 35 35
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26. Sulawesi Tenggara 83 93 176
27. Bali 244 398 642
28. Nusa Tenggara Barat 335 99 434
29. Nusa Tenggara Timur 2 32 34
30. Maluku 23 54 77
31. Maluku Utara 54 18 72
32. Papua Barat 1 29 30
33. Papua 131 16 147
J U M L A H 29.944 25.201 55.145
Sumber : Ditjen Pemasyarakatan Kementerian Hukum dan HAM RI, March2013
k. Data Tahanan Kasus Narkotika di Seluruh IndonesiaTahun 2012 dariBNN
Table82. Jumlah Tahanan Kasus NarkotikaBerdasarkan Kewarganegaraan Tahun
2012
NO. WARGA NEGARA JUMLAH TAHANAN TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Indonesia 182
2. Iran 2
3. Malaysia 2
4. Nigeria 11
5. Kenya 1
6. Sierra Leone 1
7. Kamerun 1
8. Afrika Selatan 1
9. Pantai Gading 1
J U M L A H 202
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Pemberantasan BNN, March 2013
Table83. Jumlah Tahanan Kasus NarkotikaBerdasarkan Jenis Kelamin Tahun2012
NO. JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH TAHANAN TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Pria 158
2. Wanita 44
J U M L A H 202
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Pemberantasan BNN, March 2013
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Table84. Jumlah Tahanan Kasus NarkotikaBerdasarkan Kelompok Usia Tahun 2012
NO. KELOMPOK USIA JUMLAH TAHANAN TAHUN 2012
1 2 4
1. < 16 Tahun 0
2. 16 – 20 Tahun 4
3. 21 – 25 Tahun 25
4. 26 – 30 Tahun 38
5. 31 – 35 Tahun 53
6. 36 – 40 Tahun 39
7. 41 – 45 Tahun 24
8. 46 – 50 Tahun 11
9. > 50 Tahun 8
J U M L A H 202
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Pemberantasan BNN, March 2013
g. DataJumlah Penuntutan dan Terpidana Mati WNA dan WNI Perkara Narkotika
dan PsikotropikaTahun 2012 dari Kejaksaan Agung RI
Table85. Jumlah Penuntutan Narkotika dan Psikotropika Per Provinsi Tahun 2012
NO. PROVINSI
JUMLAH PENUNTUTAN KASUS
JUMLAH KET.
NARKOTIKA PSIKOTROPIKA
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Aceh 210 0 210
2. Sumatera Utara 430 3 433
3. Sumatera Barat 135 2 137
4. Riau 242 0 242
5. Kepulauan Riau 0 0 0
6. Jambi 236 0 236
7. Sumatera Selatan 32 0 32
8. Bengkulu 85 0 85
9. Lampung 331 0 331
10. Bangka Belitung 147 0 147
11. Banten 192 44 236
12. DKI Jakarta 2.008 79 2.087
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13. Jawa Barat 675 5 680
14. Jawa Tengah 210 28 238
15. DI Yogyakarta 226 85 311
16. Jawa Timur 813 14 827
17. Kalimantan Barat 23 1 24
18. Kalimantan Selatan 210 5 215
19. Kalimantan Timur 293 12 305
20. Kalimantan Tengah 75 0 75
21. Bali 88 0 88
22. Nusa Tenggara Barat 27 0 27
23. Nusa Tenggara Timur 12 0 12
24. Sulawesi Selatan 25 1 26
25. Sulawesi Barat 0 0 0
26. Sulawesi Tenggara 22 0 22
27. Sulawesi Tengah 0 0 0
28. Sulawesi Utara 33 0 33
29. Gorontalo 2 0 2
30. Maluku 4 1 5
31. Maluku Utara 1 0 1
32. Papua 1 0 1
33. Papua Barat - - -
JUMLAH 6.788 280 7.068
Sumber : Kejaksaan Agung Republik Indonesia, March 2013
Table86. Jumlah Terpidana Mati WNA dan WNI Perkara Narkotika danPsikotropika
Tahun 2012
NO. WARGA NEGARA TEMPAT DI TAHAN JUMLAH KET.
1 2 3 4 5
1. Australia LP. Denpasar 2 Inkracht
2. Belanda LP Nusakambangan 1
1
Inkracht
Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
3. Brazil LP Nusakambangan 1
1
Inkracht
Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
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1 2 3 4 5
4. China LP Nusakambangan 4 Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
5. Ghana LP Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
6. India LP Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
7. Indonesia Lp Tangerang
Lp Nusakambangan
Lp Palembang
Lp Cipinang
Lp Batam
5
5
1
1
3
Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
8. Malawi LP Tangerang 1 Inkracht
9. Malaysia Lp Cipinang
Lp Nusakambangan
Lp Lampung
1
1
1
Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
10. Nigeria Lp Nusakambangan 4
3
Inkracht
Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
11. Pakistan Lp Nusakambangan 2 Inkracht
12. Perancis Lp Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
13. Zimbabwe Lp Nusakambangan 1
1
Inkracht
Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
14. Philipina Lp Sleman 1 Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
15. Senegal Lp Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
16. Vietnam Lp Semarang 1 Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
17. Afrika Selatan Lp Denpasar
LP Madiun
1
1
Inkracht
Masih dalam proses
upaya hukum
JUMLAH 48
Sumber : Kejaksaan Agung Republik Indonesia, March 2013
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h. Data Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Narkotika, Psikotropika dan
Zat Adiktif Tahun 2012dari Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan
Table87. Jumlah Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Narkotika Per Provinsi
Tahun 2012
NO.
NAMA BALAI
BESAR/
BALAI POM
JML
SAM-
PEL
HASIL PENGUJIAN
JML
H
E
R
O
I
N
K
O
D
E
I
N
K
O
K
A
I
N
G
A
N
J
A
MET-
AM-
PE-
TA-
MIN
M
D
M
A
NE-
GA-
TIF
NAR
KO-
TI-
KA
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 BBPOM Jakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 BBPOM Banda Aceh 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 5
3 BBPOM Bandar
Lampung
37 0 0 0 29 5 2 1 37
4 BBPOM Bandung 350 0 1 0 280 51 0 0 332
5 BBPOM Banjarmasin 349 0 0 0 0 310 11 17 338
6 BBPOM Denpasar 9 0 0 1 3 2 1 1 8
7 BBPOM Jayapura 71 0 0 0 53 12 1 5 71
8 BBPOM Makassar 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4
9 BBPOM Manado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 BBPOM Mataram 85 1 0 0 32 48 0 4 85
11 BBPOM Medan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 BBPOM Padang 98 0 0 0 62 35 1 0 98
13 BBPOM Palembang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 BBPOM Pekanbaru 133 0 0 0 27 88 12 1 128
15 BBPOM Pontianak 314 4 0 0 12 226 46 22 310
16 BBPOM Samarinda 7 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
17 BBPOM Semarang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 BBPOM Surabaya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 BBPOM Yogyakarta 5 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 4
20 BPOM Ambon 22 0 0 0 16 6 0 0 22
21 BPOM Bengkulu 150 0 0 0 82 62 3 3 150
22 BPOM Jambi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 BPOM Gorontalo 22 0 0 0 0 20 0 1 21
24 BPOM Kendari 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 BPOM Kupang 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 BPOM Palangkaraya 33 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 7
27 BPOM Palu 141 0 0 0 7 78 1 0 86
T O T A L 1.836 5 1 1 609 953 80 59 1.708
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Table88. Jumlah Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Psikotropika Per
Provinsi Tahun 2012
NO.
NAMA
BALAI BESAR/
BALAI POM
HASIL PENGUJIAN
JMLALPRA-
ZOLAM
DIAZE-
PAM
FLU-
NITRA-
ZEPAM
NIME-
TAZE-
PAM
NITRA-
ZEPAM
NEGA-
TIF
PSIKO-
TROPI-
KA
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 BBPOM Jakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 BBPOM Banda Aceh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 BBPOM Bandar
Lampung
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 BBPOM Bandung 10 0 0 0 2 0 12
5 BBPOM Banjarmasin 4 3 0 0 0 0 7
6 BBPOM Denpasar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 BBPOM Jayapura 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 BBPOM Makassar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 BBPOM Manado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 BBPOM Mataram 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 BBPOM Medan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 BBPOM Padang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13 BBPOM Palembang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 BBPOM Pekanbaru 0 1 1 0 1 0 3
15 BBPOM Pontianak 0 0 0 1 2 1 4
16 BBPOM Samarinda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 BBPOM Semarang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 BBPOM Surabaya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 BBPOM Yogyakarta 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
20 BPOM Ambon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 BPOM Bengkulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
22 BPOM Jambi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 BPOM Gorontalo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
24 BPOM Kendari 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 BPOM Kupang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 BPOM Palangkaraya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 BPOM Palu 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
T O T A L 16 4 1 1 5 1 28
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Table89. Jumlah Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Zat Adiktif Per
Provinsi Tahun 2012
NO.
NAMA BALAI
BESAR/
BALAI POM
HASIL PENGUJIAN
JML
P
A
R
A
C
E
T
A
M
O
L
P
S
E
U
D
O
E
F
E
D
R
I
N
E
F
E
D
R
I
N
K
L
O
R
O
Q
U
I
N
C
T
M
T
R
I
H
E
K
S
I
F
E
N
I
D
I
L
DEK-
STRO-
MET-
HOR-
FAN
HBR
C
A
R
I
S
O
P
R
O
D
O
L
T
R
A
M
A
D
O
L
K
E
T
A
M
I
N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 BBPOM Jakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 BBPOM Banda Aceh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 BBPOM Bandar
Lampung
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
4 BBPOM Bandung 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 6
5 BBPOM Banjarmasin 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4
6 BBPOM Denpasar 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
7 BBPOM Jayapura 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 BBPOM Makassar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 BBPOM Manado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 BBPOM Mataram 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 BBPOM Medan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 BBPOM Padang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13 BBPOM Palembang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 BBPOM Pekanbaru 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
15 BBPOM Pontianak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 BBPOM Samarinda 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 5
17 BBPOM Semarang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 BBPOM Surabaya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 BBPOM Yogyakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 BPOM Ambon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 BPOM Bengkulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
22 BPOM Jambi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 BPOM Gorontalo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
24 BPOM Kendari 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 BPOM Kupang 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
26 BPOM Palangkaraya 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 15 1 0 26
27 BPOM Palu 0 0 0 0 0 50 4 0 0 0 54
T O T A L 1 1 3 1 1 58 19 15 1 1 101
Sumber :Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, March 2013
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i. Data Rekomendasi Prekursor Non Farmasi yang Dikeluarkan Tahun 2012 dari
BNN
Table90. Data Rekomendasi Prekursor Non Farmasi Tahun 2012
NO. NAMA PERUSAHAAN JENIS PREKURSOR
JUMLAH
PREKURSOR
1 2 3 4
1. PT. Hikindo Mandiri Hydrochloric Acid 1.000 MT
2. PT. Elang Kurnia Sakti Hydrochloric Acid
KOREA
(KOREA) 35.000 kg @ 20 kg/jer
CP Grade (Hongkong) 1,960 botol
@ 2,95 kg/btl
Sulphuric Acid KOREA (KOREA) 36.000 kg @ 30 kg/jer
CP Grade (Hongkong) 950 botol
@ 4,60 kg/btl
3. PT. Karunia Jasindo Hydrochloric Acid
No.HS 2806.10.00.00
0,1/mol/1 HCl (N/10) (Kanto) 20
liter
6mol/1 HCl (6N) (Kanto) 500 mlt
HCl (EOS) 1.200 liter
HCl (Kanto) 4 liter
Acetone No. HS
2914.11.00.00
Acetone (Kanto) 3 liter
Sulfuric Acid No. HS
2807.00.10.00
(Kanto) 3 liter
(EOS) 1.200 liter
4. PT. Indochemical Citra
Kimia
Acetone 14.000 MT
Methyl Ethyl Ketone 25.000 MT
Toluene 93.000 MT
5. PT. PKG Lautan Indonesia Toluene 12.000 ton
Acetone 4.000 ton
Methyl Ethyl Ketone 4.000 ton
6. PT. Prochem Tritama Hydrochloric Acid 26.240 kg
Acetone 30.720 kg
Sulfuric Acid 31.200 kg
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
(MEK)
13.200 kg
7. PT. Fanindo Chiptronic Acetone 3.6000 liter
MEK 2.000 liter
Toluene 6.3000 liter
8. PT. Praganusa Toluene ASTM RF
Grade Antioxidant
900 kg = 5 drum x @ 180 kg net
9. PT. Printechnindo Raya
Utama
MEK 17.900 liter (4.750 box)
10. PT. Itochu Indonesia Toluene 9.000 MT (toleransi 5%)
MEK 3.000 MT (toleransi 5%)
3.000 MT (toleransi 5%)
11. PT. Indonesian Acids
Industry
Sulphuric Acid
(H2SO4) 35%-36%
42,72 MT (2 FCL 20')
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1 2 3 4
12. PT. Rukun Persada
Makmur
Potassium
Permanganate
40.000 kg
13. PT. Nagase Impor-Ekspor
Indonesia
hydrochloric acid
(HCL) 36%
1.600 kg
14. PT. Samchem Prasandha Acetone 750 MT
15. PT. Arta Palu Sassafras Oil
(mengandung 90%
Safrole)
34.400 kg (160 drum x @ 215 kg
Nett)
16. PT. EDF System
Integration
Methyl ethyl ketone 400 liter (kemasan botol, @ 0,8
liter)
500 liter (kemasan botol, @5
liter)
17. PT. AKR Corporindo, Tbk Asam Sulfat 20.000 MT
18. PT. AIK Moh Chemicals
Indonesia
Sulphuric Acid 40 ton
Acetone 24 ton
Toluene 30 ton
MEK 16 ton
HCl 28 ton
H2SO4 30 ton
19. PT. Halim Sakti Pratama Potassium
Permanganate
60 MT (3 FCL)
20. PT. Mulya Adhi Pratama Acetone 3.500 MT
MEK 3.000 MT
Toluene 14.000 MT
21. PT. Sinar Berkat Anugrah Potassium
Permanganate
40.000 kg (@ 50 kg/drum)
22. PT. Udaya Anugerah
Abadi
Toluene 5.000 MT
MEK 2.000 MT
Acetone 1.000 MT
23. PT. Multiredjeki Kita Hydrochloric Acid
(HCl)
2.000 liter = 800 x 2,5 liter
Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4) 1.750 liter = 700 x 2,5 liter
160 liter = 40 x 4 liter
24. PT. Anugrah Inti Artha Potassium
Permanganate
40.000 kg
25. PT. Brataco Potassium
Permanganate
60 MT
26. PT. Sari Sarana Kimia Acetone 300 MT
MEK 2.000 MT
Toluene 6.000 MT
27. PT. Sinarkimia Utama Potassium
Permanganate
20 MT = 400 drum = 1 FCl
28. PT. Jatika Nusa Potassium
Permanganate
40.000 kg BP 2000
Sumber :Direktorat Psikotropika dan Prekursor BNN, March 2013
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j. Data Hasil Pengujian Sampel Laboratorium Narkoba Tahun 2012 dari BNN
Table91. Jumlah Hasil PengujianSampel Laboratorium Narkoba BNN Tahun 2012
NO. BULAN
NARKOTIKA PSIKOTROPIKA NEGATIF PREKURSOR
JMLRAW
MATE-
RIAL
URINE
RAW
MATE-
RIAL
URINE
RAW
MATE-
RIAL
URINE
RAW
MATE-
RIAL
URINE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1. Januari 1.116 89 12 0 20 68 0 0 1.305
2. Pebruari 1.233 100 2 0 26 38 3 0 1.402
3. March 1.099 79 17 0 23 26 3 0 1.247
4. April 1.138 97 14 0 15 29 0 0 1.293
5. Mei 1.099 104 6 0 25 47 0 0 1.281
6. Juni 1.356 78 10 0 15 21 0 0 1.480
7. Juli 916 73 24 0 23 21 0 0 1.057
8. Agustus 634 61 1 0 10 21 0 0 727
9. September 1.000 67 11 0 23 25 0 0 1.126
10. Oktober 1.376 88 16 0 23 25 0 0 1.528
11. November 1.455 108 13 0 25 36 3 0 1.640
12. Desember 1.236 64 14 0 24 25 0 0 1.363
JUMLAH 13.658 1.008 140 0 252 382 9 0 15.449
Sumber : UPT Laboratorium Uji Narkoba BNN, March 2013
a. Demand Reduction.
a. Results of 2012 BNN Studies and Researches .
1) Profile of the company involved in the Survey
69% of companies contacted were willing to join in the survey.
Among them 993 from 9 sectors of business joined the survey. The
average number of employees vary from 132 in the
transportation/warehouse sectors and communication, and 630 from
agriculture/plantations/forestry/fishery. Three out of four workers are
males. The proportion of male workers at the mining and excavation
sectors reached 90%. The proportion of private and government-owned
companies varies depending on the sectors, although most are not
government-owned. The largest proportion from government-owned
companies is from the sectors of electricity, gas and city water (82%) and
public services/social/individuals (75%).
Table92. Distribution of Companies based on Sectors, Number of
Emplyees and Status of Ownership
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NO. SECTOR
TOTAL
COMPAN
IES
AVERAGE
NUMBER
OF
WORKERS
*
% OF
MALE
% OF
GOVERN
MENT-
OWNED
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Agriculture/Plantation/Forestry/La
bour/Fishery
53 630 79,2 18,9
2. Mining & Excavation 29 189 89,7 17,2
3. Electricity, Gas and City Water 66 202 80,3 81,8
4. Construction 40 105 67,5 10,0
5. Trade/Restaurants/ Accomodation 199 146 66,3 2,0
6. Transportation/Warehouse/
Communicaation
76 132 71,1 39,5
7. Financial Institutin/Real
Estate/Leasing/ Company Services
151 163 70,9 42,4
8. Public Service/ Social and Personal 175 197 66,7 74,9
9. Processing Industry 204 493 73,5 4,9
Total 993 258 71,3 31,4
Note : *Average workers per company
Only 36% of companies allocate a budget for Corporate Social
Responsibility (CSR), but there is no report on the utilization of this funding
for activities on P4GN. 33% stated they have once worked together with
other agencies in P4GN activities although not directly.
.
2) Socio-demographic characteristics of Worker Respondents
The Drug Survey on Workers in 2012 covered 25,026 workers spread
in 33 provinces with a proportion of 57% males. The Survey conducted in
2009 covered 10 provinces with a total of 12,254 respondents, and 63%
proportion of males. The age of respondents are between 30 – 40 years,
the average age of 32 years in the 2012 survey, and 36 years in 2009. The
average age of female workers in both surveys are 2 to 3 years younger
than male workers.
The level of education in both surveys does not differ. Approx. half
of respondents have finished Senior High School or of the same degree.
37% passed academy of university. Female workers have a larger
proportion in higher education. More than half of respondents in both
surveys are married, both women and male workers, with a larger
proportion among male workers.
Three-fourth or more of respondents in both surveys live with their
family/next kin, and one-fourth or one-fifth of respondents live on their
own or with a friend in a dormitory or boarding/rented rooms. More than
half of respondents are permanent workers, the remaining are on a
contract for a certain period of time, or paid on a daily basis. The level of
earnings has increased in the past three years, but almost half of
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respondents still earn only Rp. 1.5 million, or less. Most of the respondents
admit having problems and face physical and psychological pressures.
Approx. 40% report they work at night.
3) Level, Trend and Pattern of Drug Abuse
The prevalence of drug abuse has not changed in the past 3 years,
which 5% (see Table 4).
Prevalence Rate Based on Gender
The prevalence rate among males is higher than among females. The
2009 survey on workers in 10 provinces reports the prevalence in
the past year was 5.2%, higher among males (6.5%) than among
females (3.0%). While the survey in 2012 in 33 provinces reports the
prevalence rate of drug abuse in the past year is 4.7%, somewhat
higher among male workers (5.4%) than female workers (3.6%).
However, in the same 10 provinces of the 2009 survey the
prevalence rate in the past year is higher, namely 5.1%, and higher
among male workers (5.9%) than among females (4.0%).
Table93. Prevalensi Penyalahguna Narkoba Setahun Terakhir Menurut
Jenis Kelamin, Tahun 2009 dan 2012
NO. JENIS KELAMIN
NARKOBA SETAHUN
2009* 2012* 2012**
1 2 3 4 5
1. L + P 5,2 (13.641) 5,1 (7.659) 4,7 (25.026)
2. Laki-Laki 6,5 (8.280) 5,9 (4.372) 5,4 (14.404)
3. Perempuan 3,0 (5.064) 4,0 (3.287) 3,6 (10.622)
Note : - * in the same 10 provinces
- ** in 33 provinces
a) Prevalence Rate Based on Age
At a younger age below 30 years the prevalence is higher compared
to above 30 years. It is worth noting that there is a two-fold increase
in the prevalence rate among women above 30 years, from 1.8% to
4.1%.
b) Prevalence Based on Education Level
The prevalence rate of drug abuse among workers with a higher
level of education is higher. The difference in rate is more apparent
among women workers.
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.
c) Prevalence Based on Marital Status
The group of unmarried/single or divorced is more vulnerable to
drug abuse. The influence of marriage is more apparent among
males. The prevalence rate in the single/unmarried group is 2 to 3-
fold higher compared to married people.
.
d) Prevalence Rate Based on Domicile
The environmental situation influences drug abuse. Those who live
with a friend or alone are more vulnerable to drug abuse than those
who live with their family/family member. Dormitory/boarding
/rented rooms/mess/barracks are the most liable places to drug
abuse.
e) Prevalence Based on Sector of Business
Workers in the sectors of mining, construction and services are more
liable to drug abuse than in other sectosr.
f) Prevalence Based on Province
The prevalence rate among workers vary in different provinces from
1% to 8%. Some provinces with a prevalence rate above 6% among
male workers are North Sumatera, Riau Islands, Jambi, Lampung,
Bali, East Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, South Sulawesi and Maluku.
.
DKI Jakarta has the highest prevalence rate in 2009 (10.4%), but in
2012 it decreased to half. The decline is seen in both genders, in
particular among females.
Some provinces show a higher rate of drug abuse among female
workers, for example, West Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi, Aceh (NAD),
West Sumatera, South Sulawesi. This situation is related to the
consumption of different drugs among males and females. Female
workers mostly consume dextro and ketamine. These two drugs are
legal medicines and are much consumed by people in the sub-sector
of health.
g) Prevalence Rate based on Type of Drug
Referring to UNODC classification drugs are classified in 7 main
groups, i.e. cannabis, opiates, ATS, tranquilizers, hallucinogens,
inhalants, and over-the-counter drugs.
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The survey indicates the diffeterence in consumption of substances
among males and females. Among males the most consumed drugs are
cannabis, shabu, ecstasy, and analgesics. The drugs of choice among
females are cannabis, ecstasy, shabu, luminal, xanax/camlet, and dextro.
Over-the-counter drugs are the most consumed drugs in Indonesia.
The consumption of cannabis tends to decrease in the past 3 years.
This drug is more consumed among males. Opiates tend to increase in
consumption among males as well as females. The increase in drug
consumption is seen higher among females, especially for heroin and
methadone. Consumption of Amphetamine-type Stimulants (ATS) is
relatively stable. However, amphetamines tend to increase among
females.
Tranquilizers tend to increase among males and females.However,
among females this increase is approx. 2-fold in the past 3 years. This
increase is motivated by consumption of ketamine and luminal. Misuse of
luminal is largely found in the sector of health. The use of hallucinogens
also tends to increase. This is motivated by the large consumption of LSD
among women.
The same pattern is seen among over-the-counter medicines. There
is quite a large increase in dextro sales, which is also largely consumed
among women.
Dextro has become the favorite drug in 2012, in particular among
women. Meanwhile, consumption of cannabis, ecstasy and shabu tends to
decrease in the past 3 years, among males as well as females. However,
caution should be made on the increase of heroin use which is related to
injecting drug use among the high risk group of HIV infected.
Type of Drug and Province
Some types of drugs largely consumed are dextro, cannabis, ecstasy,
shabu, codeine, analgesics (excessive drinking or mixed with soda drinks),
and amphetamines..
At present dextro is the most popular in most of the provinces, since
this drug can be purchased freely in drug stores, with a relatively cheap
price. This drug is a tranquilizer commonly used as a supplement with
other drugs (multiple drug use). Dextro is largely consumed by female
workers. This is likely to calm themselves down due to the high stress they
have to face. Dextro is popular in the provinces West Sulawesi, Aceh (NAD)
and Bengkulu..
Cannabis is still the most favorite drug, and largely consumed in the
provinces North Sumatera, Jambi and Maluku, and mostly consumed
among males, especially in North Sumatera, Jambi and Lampung. Ecstasy is
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largely consumedin South, East and West Kalimantan. Shabu is more
popular in South and East Kalimantan, and North Sumatera.
Smoking and Alcohol
a) Based on Gender and Age
Behaviour of smoking and/or alcohol drinking is related to gender.
Three among four male workers smoke and one among four drink
alcohol. Among females only 8% admit smoking and 5% drink
alcohol. The prevalence of smoking does not differ by age, while
alcohol drinking is higher below 30 years, both among male and
female workers. Smoking tends to increase in the past 3 years
among males, but alcohol tends to decrease.
Prevalence rate of smoking and drinking differs according to the
level of education, which is higher among the group of low and
medium level education, in particular among males. However, the
rate of smoking has increased in all levels of education. Meanwhile,
the prevalence of alcohol is stable among males, and tends to
decrease among females.
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b) Based on Marital Status
Marital status has no relation with smoking behavior, but is related
to alcohol drinking. Alcohol drinking is higher in the group of
singles/non married and divorced, or living together.
Based on Domicile
The tendency of smoking and alcohol drinking is higher among those
who live with a friend than living alone or with family.
c) Based on Business Sector
The prevalence of smoking increases at all sectors, both among
males and females. The highest prevalence rate is in the
construction sector, in 2009 as well as in 2012. The trend of alcohol
drinking among males varies by sectors, but tends to decline at all
sectors among women.
d) Smoking, Drinking and Drug Abuse
Smoking and drinking is related to drug abuse. The prevalence of
drug abuse is 3-fold higher among male and female smoking
workers, and 4-fold among drinking among drinking workers, male
and female.
Presentation of P4GN to Workers and their knowledge on P4GN
61Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN)
Year 2012 Edition 2013
The proportion of respondents having heard of and know about
drugs have increased among males and females. Almost 90% of
respondents admitted having heard of drugs, but only 70% stated
they know about drugs. They know from television,
newspaper/magazines and radio. Other information sources: from
friends, family members, teacher and religious leaders. Cannabis,
ecstasy, shabu and heroin are frequently mentioned as types of
drugs. Less than one-fourth of respondents know the presence of
P4GN programs at companies, but less than 10% were ever involved
in these programs.
e) Drug Circulation
The number of respondents who offered or are offered drugs
indicate the level of drug circulation. Indeed, the rate of those being
offered is relatively small, but tends to escalate almost two-fold, in
particular being offered by friends/neighbour, outside the house or
work environment.
There are respondents who admitted being offered by a relative. The
role of the dealer is much more smaller than friends or a neighbour
outside the work environment. Respondents mentioned drugs are
circulated at discoteques, pubs, karaoke and schools or campus..
Frequency of news on drug seizures on television and in newspapers
indicate the flourishing drug circulation; also statements of company
managers during the survey.
“ ....... it has reached all corners and all ages” (WM Company
Manager, Riau)
“......I have a friend, a doctor who works with us, dr HD, he told
me about drug cases handled by them, that increase by the
day. We frequently share information with doctors of
Bhayangkara Hospital...”(Wm, Company Manager, NTT)
5) Drug Policies among Workers
62Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN)
Year 2012 Edition 2013
Most of the companies do not have a special policy against the
problem of drugs. Although policies of the P4GN program have been
communicated since 2005 by Regulation of Ministry of Labour and
Transmigration No 11 of the year 2005 on the Implementation of
Education in the Work environment, this regulation has not been
implemented at all companies for many reasons, such as drug cases
among workers are not many, and P4GN program is not a priority since
there are more other needs. Some companies prioritize socialization of
HIV/AIDS and No Smoking in the work environment.
Most of the companies admit they are not familiar with Minister of
Labour and Transmigration Regulation No 11 of the year 2005.
“..not yet. We have only a K-3 month; in the month of February we
invite institutions lik PMI (Red Cross) to give a training on First Aid an
to safety riding and others. Frankly, for drugs I’m relay very anxious to
invite BNN Province to our place...” (Wm Company Manager, South
Kalimantan).
Drug Prevention is issued in the Board of Directors Decision on work
discipline/General Regulations.
“Eee…we have policies on discipline, which you can see at my office
eee…it is strictly prohibited to use drugs. So it is included in the
policy, also prohibition of alcohol, and if they violate the regulation
they will be heavily punished. It is also stated in Board of Directors
Regulation...” (Wm Compny Manager, NTT).
Only one-third (33%) of companies have cooperated with other
institutions related to P4GN. BNNP, Office of Labour and Transmigration,
and BNNK are the institutions that have worked together with several
companies on the P4GN program. There are some forms of P4GN. For
example, urine test, socialization of P4GN, seminars, information, banners,
poster, balihos, and establishing anti drug cadres, including medical check
up.
6) Urine Test
Generally, the urine test is only applied at the time of the enrollment
of new workers. The surveys of 2009 and 2012 indicate the same, one-fifth
of respondents underwent a urine test at the time of new admissions.
Only a small number of companies have a policy on periodical urine tests
besides the initial test during new admissions of workers, namely 14% in
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2009 and 10% in 2010. Some company managers stated that the cost of a
urine test is too expensive.
“…there is no written regulation, but at the time of the annual
medical check up we will also check on drug abuse…”(Wm Company
Manager, Banten).
7) Punishment/Sanctions by the Comjpany for Drug Abuse Workers
The survey of 2009 and 2012 indicate that less than 10% of companies
have sanctions for drug abuse workers. These sanctions vary in each
company. Most of the companies still apply dismissal of drug abuse
workers. In other policies companies report to the Police to have a strong
ground for breaking off work relations. A smaller number of companies
have a training center in cooperation with a hospital for handling drug
abusers. Almost all companies apply a regulation on joint cooperation
(PKB) signed by both parties at the initial enrollment of the new employee
on the agreement of dismissal if the worker is identified a drug abuser.
.
8) Conclusion
a) The prevalence of drug abuse in the period 2009-2012 is relatively
stable, indicating a rate of 5% in the past year. Drug abuse
prevalence is higher among males, in the younger age group (<30
yrs), single status or divorced, living with a friend, and women with
high income. Dddrug consumption is higher among workers in the
sectors of construction, services, mining. Drugs of choice aong
workers are Cannabis, ATS, and over-the counter medicines.
b) Approx. ¾ of workers know the effect of drugs. Almost ¼ know
about P4GN activities in the company, but only 10% are involved in
these activities. 1/3 of companies/work units have implemented
P4GN activities, but only a small number maintain regularly P4GN
activities in guiding drug abuse workers. Socialization of Act No 35
35/2009 and Minister of Labour and Transmigration Regulation No
11/2005 do not cover all components in the company/work unit.
b. Drug Abusers Treated at T&R Facilities and at BNN T&R UPT, including Ex drug
addicts having attended Post Rehabilitation Program 2012 from BNN
1) Data Penyalah guna yang Dirawat di Tempat T & R Seluruh Indonesia
Tahun 2012
Table 94. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Jenis
Kelamin Tahun 2012
NO. JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH
1 2 3
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Year 2012 Edition 2013
1. Laki-laki 12.277
2. Perempuan 1.325
JUMLAH 13.602
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013
Table 95. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan
Kelompok Usia Tahun 2012
NO. KELOMPOK USIA
JENIS KELAMIN
JUMLAH
LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN
1 2 3 4 5
1. < 15 Tahun 110 24 134
2. 15 – 20 Tahun 823 118 941
3. 21 – 25 Tahun 2.029 233 2.262
4. 26 – 30 Tahun 3.845 554 4.399
5. 31 – 35 Tahun 3.380 212 3.592
6. 36 – 40 Tahun 1.346 108 1.454
7. > 40 Tahun 744 76 821
JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013
Table 96. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan
Pendidikan Tahun 2012
NO. PENDIDIKAN
JENIS KELAMIN
JUMLAH
LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN
1 2 3 4 5
1. SD 663 186 849
2. SMP 1.495 347 1.842
3. SMA 6.247 419 6.666
4. Akademi 578 44 622
5. Perguruan Tinggi 818 77 895
6. Tidak Terdata 2.476 252 1.728
JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013
Table 97. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Berdasarkan Tingkat Pekerjaan
Tahun 2012
NO. PEKERJAAN
JENIS KELAMIN
JUMLAH
LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN
1 2 3 4 5
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1. Pelajar 1.615 384 1.999
2. Mahasiswa 631 57 688
3. Tidak Bekerja 3.520 375 3.895
4. Buruh (Tani, Tukang, dsb) 1.010 52 1.062
5. PNS 136 8 144
6. TNI/Polri 69 1 70
7. Swasta 1.535 142 1.677
8. Wiraswasta 1.783 107 1.890
9. Tidak Terdata 1.978 199 2.177
JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013
Table 98. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Status
Perkawinan Tahun 2012
NO. STATUS
JENIS KELAMIN
JUMLAH
LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN
1 2 3 4 5
1. Kawin 4.511 439 4.950
2. Tidak Kawin 7.197 701 7.898
3. Duda / Janda 569 185 754
JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602
Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013
Table 99. Total Number of Drug Abusers Based on Religions 2012
NO. STATUS
JENIS KELAMIN
JUMLAH
LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN
1 2 3 4 5
1. Moslem 6.973 830 7.803
2. Protestants 2.778 254 3.032
3. Catholic 299 18 317
4. Hindu 145 14 159
5. Budha 97 8 105
6. Khonghucu 7 2 9
7. Not recorded 1.978 199 2.177
TOTAL 12.277 1.325 13.602
Source : Deputy of Rehabilitatoni, BNN, March 2013
Table100. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Jenis
Narkoba yang Digunakan Tahun 2012
NO. JENIS NARKOBA YANG DIGUNAKAN JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH
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LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN
1 2 3 4 5
1. Cannabis 3.630 320 3.950
a. Marijuana 3.525 309 3.834
b. Hashish 105 11 116
2. Opiates 3.895 173 4.068
a. Heroin/Putaw 3.339 116 3.455
b. Morphine 185 12 197
c. Others 371 45 416
3. Cocaine 182 10 192
a. Powder (Salt) 181 10 191
b. Crack 1 0 1
4. ATS (Amphetamine Type Stimulant) 4.469 698 5.167
a. Amphetamine (e.g. : slimming drug)) 121 32 153
b. Methamphetamine (Shabu) 3.592 432 4.024
c. MDMA (Ecstasy) 756 234 990
5. Hypnotics – Sedatives (Depressant) 453 50 503
a. Barbiturates (Luminal, Nembutal,
Amytal)
203 25 228
b. Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax,
Librium, Ativan, Alprazolam, Kamlet)
250 25 275
1 2 3 4 5
6. Hallucinogens 34 1 35
a. LSD 20 1 21
b. Mescaline, Psilocybin 14 0 14
7. Solvents and Inhalants 23 0 23
8. Other drug frequently used 1.416 75 1.491
a. DMP (Dextromethorphan) 188 7 195
b. Double L / Trihexyphenidyl 404 50 454
c. Kecubung (Atropin) 2 0 2
d. Ketamine 2 0 2
e. Subutex/Suboxone/Buprenorphine 716 12 728
f. Metadon 31 6 37
g. Tobacco 37 0 37
h. Analgesics 4 0 4
i. Diazepam 9 0 9
j. Alcohol 20 0 20
k. Others 3 0 3
TOTAL 14.102 1.327 15.429
SOURCE : Deputy of Rehabilitation, BNN, March 2013
2) Data Penyalahguna yang Dirawat di UPT T & R BNN Tahun 2012
Table 101. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNN Berdasarkan Jenis
Kelamin Tahun 2012
NO. ADMISSIONS OF RESIDENTS TAHUN 2012
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1 2 3
1. Laki-Laki 832
2. Perempuan 76
JUMLAH 908
Sumber : UPT T & R BNN, March 2013
Table 102. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNNBerdasarkan
Kelompok Usia Tahun 2012
NO. KELOMPOK USIA TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. < 16 Tahun 17
2. 16 – 20 Tahun 114
3. 21 – 25 Tahun 216
4. 26 – 30 Tahun 235
5. 31 – 35 Tahun 212
6. 36 – 40 Tahun 80
7. > 41 Tahun 34
JUMLAH 908
Sumber : UPT T & R BNN, March 2013
Table 103. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNNBerdasarkan
Tingkat Pendidikan Tahun 2012
NO. PENDIDIKAN TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Elementary 41
2. Junior High 114
3. Senior High 465
4. Diplome 75
5. Undergradaute 84
6. Master 6
7. Not recorded 123
TOTAL 908
Sumber : UPT T & R BNN, March 2013
Table 104. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNNBerdasarkan Jenis
Narkoba yang Digunakan Tahun 2012
NO. JENIS NARKOBA YANG DIGUNAKAN TAHUN 2012
1 2 3
1. Opiat 320
2. Methampetamin 673
3. THC 546
4. MDMA 341
5. Benzodiazepam 218
6. Kokain 36
7. Lainnya 108
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P4GN DATA 2012

  • 1. 1Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1. Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at Global level. Drug abuse and illicit trafficking has hit almost all countries in the world, and not one nation is free from this threat. Eventually, thousands of lives have become victims, families are ruined, and the nation’s security and resillience are threatened. A movement in the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) was unanimously consented by the world as a joint effort through close cooperation in reporting the drug situation and the efforts to overcome this problem in their respective countries. From the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) World Drugs Report 2012 we know that the tight control on drugs by countries in the world has restrained drug trafficking in Europe, America and Asia. However, drug transactions and illicit trafficking by organized crime apparently still continue to increase. Therefore, all efforts are needed to safeguard the community from the drug threat. There is an estimation that 153 – 300 million people, or 3.4% - 6.6% of the global drug abusers between the age 15 – 64 years have once consumed drugs in their lifetime, and almost 12% among them (15. To 38.6 million) are hard core addicts. UNODC also reports that opium production increased from 4,700 tons in 2010 to 7,000 tons in 2011. Production of cocaine increased from 13.3 million tons in 2010 to 19.7 million tons in 2011. Seizures of methamphetaminealso increased from 31 tons in 2008 to 45 tons in 2009, or an increase of 45%. 2009, or 45%. Among narcotics cannabis takes the first ranking of abuse at global level, showing a prevalence of 2.3%, and 2.9% a year from the total population between the age 15 – 64 years. The largest market for cannabis is Oceania (9.3% - 14.8%), and USA (6.3% - 6.6%). Cannabis is known to have the most damaging effect compared to other narcotics. The second in ranking is cocaine, showing a prevalence of 15% - 19% per year. North America is the largest region of cocaine abuse with a prevalence of 2%, followed by Oceania (1.4% - 1.7%) and West Europe (1.5%). If consumed together with alcohol cocaine can trigger deviation of behaviour and violence. Amphetamine-Type Stimulants (ATS) places the third in ranking with an estimation of 3.7 million to 52.9 million abusers between the age 15 – 64 years. Oceania, South Asia, North America and West and Central Europe are the regions of ATS abuse with the highest prevalence. Synthetic narcotics are the most frequent llicitly manufactured to give an effect of euphoria among the abusers.
  • 2. 2Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Drug abuse places number 20 in ranking as the cause of harmin the rate of mortality, and number 10 in developig countries, including Indonesia. Drug abusers are very susceptible to diseases and are prone to infection of HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Tuberculosis (TBC), diseases that are easily spread among the community at large. This is also the reason that UNODC considers drug abuse a problem of health. 2. Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at Regional Level. The 2011 Regional ATS Report issued by UNODC Asia and the Pacific reported that in 2010 approximately 136 million methapmphetamine tablets were seized in the regions of East and South-East Asia. 98% of the total seized methamphetamine came from 3 countries, China (58.4 million), Thailand (50.4 million) and Lao PDR (24.5 million). Also 6.9 tons crystalline methamphetamine were seized in the regions of East and South-East Asia, and 61% of the total seizures were in China (4.2 tons). Meanwhile, more than 1.7 million of ecstasy tablets we seized in East and South-East Asia. The largest seizures were made in China and Indonesia (94%). Another report from UNODC Asia Pacific, Global Smart Update 2012, informs that one-third of the global ATS and half of the global methamphetamine seized in 2010 came fromEast and South East Asia. A great part of ATS is continuously produced in China, Myanmar and the Philippines. Also illicit production of ATS continue fo grow in countries that were previously transit countries for ATS, among others, Cambodia, Indonesia and Malaysia. Diversion of pharmaceutical supplies containing pseudoephedrinefor illegal production of methamphetamine continues in these regions. Transnational organized crime groups from Africa and Iran are always engaged in the illicit trade of methamphetamine to East and South-East Asia. Meanwhile, South Asia still becomes the target of organized crime as the source of ATS, in particular ephedrine and pseudoephedrine. Illegal ATS production facilities are regularly dismantled. A large amount of ketamine, a substance not internationally controlled is transported from India to East Asia and North America. The flourishing production of and illicit trafficking in ATS in the Asia Pacific regionthreatens countries in South-East Asia, including Indonesia, to become a route for illicit trafficking and a promising market. The high selling price of narcotics, and the increasing demand makes the ASEAN region a target for narcotics and precursors smuggle of many types and packaging. For example, the large scale smuggle of precursors in Malaysia, by transforming the solid into the liquid matter has applied a variety of modus operandi. Afghanistanstill places the first in the production and trafficking in opiates. Next is Myanmar as second in the cultivation of opium and global production. When in 2010 Afghanistan faced a sharp decrease in the production of opium, the opium market in Myanmar grew rapidly. Although the “Golden Triangle” produces only approx.. 10% of the world opium, it never seized being handled seriously.
  • 3. 3Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 The International Drugs Enforcement Conference Far East Working Group at Da Nang, Viet Nam (2012), disclosed that drug syndicates in the Far East Asia region continue to develop, for example: Iran-Nigeria syndicate (heroin and shabu), China- Malaysia syndicate (ATS), Latin America syndicate (cocaine), Australia and domestic syndicates (Cannabis). Although Nepalese syndicates gradually decrease, but other syndicates from Asia as well as European syndicates maintain to recruit Indonesian workers as drug couriers. Many of these couriers have been apprehended and prosecuted in many countries. 3. Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at National Level. A National Survey conducted by BNN in cooperation with University of Indonesia in 2011 entitled National Survey on the Development of Drug Abuse in Indonesia, discloses that the prevalence rate of drug abusers has reached 2.2%, or approx. 4.2 million ofthe total population between the age 10 – 60 years. This shows an increase of 0.21% compared to the prevalence rate in 2008, i.e. 1.3% or approx. 3.3 million people. With the growing developments of illicit trafficking in drugs, it is estimated that the total number of drug abusers will increase to 4.58 million in 2013 if the efforts in P4GN are not implemented effectivcely. The estimated consumption of shabu is approx. 12.5 tons, and 16 million ecstasy tablets. Among the estimated number of 3.7 – 4.7 million drug abusers in 2011, approx. 1.2 million are shabu consumers, and 950 thousand take ecstasy. In other words, approx. 1/3rd of the total number of drug abusers take shabu, and 1/5th are consumers of ecstasy. Based on data from Deputy of Rehabilitation, BNN, 14,150 drug abusers have been treated at T&R facilities in the year 2012. The largest number is in the age group 26-40 years, namely 9,972. The most frequently used drug was shabu (4,697), followed by consecutively cannabis (4,175) heroin (3,455), ecstsasy (1,536) and opiates (736). According to the trend of drug cases in 2012 the largest increase is seen in hashish: 166.67%; from 3 cases in 2011 to 8 cases in 2012. Ketamine shows a sharp decline, from 10 cases in 2011 to 4 cases in 2012. The abuse of shabu places the highest rank in 2012, namely 11,247. The smallest number is ketamine with 4 cases. However, these two groups decreased in number compared to the previous year with a percentage of respectively 4.84% and 60%. Looking at the trend of drug suspects in 2012, the largest number belongs to alcohol, with a total of 54,628 , and an increase in percentage of 491.15% compared to the previous year with only 9,241 for alcohol abuse. The largest decline of drug suspects is seen in heroin cases, a descend of 19.4%, from 701 suspects in 2011 to 565 in 2012.
  • 4. 4Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Based on classification of drug cases in 2012, an escalation in percentage (8%) is indicated in the trend of Psychotropic substances, from 1,601 cases in 2011 to 1,729 cases in 2012. A declining trend is seen in Other Addictive substances, showing a percentage of 12.68%, from 9,067 cases in 2011 to 7,917 in 2012. Narcotic cases maintain the largest in number with a total of 19,081 cases, although there is a small decrease of 0.25% Compared to 2011. Since 2008, 107 clandestine drug laboratories have been dismantled, including 6 in 2012. A number of clandestine laboratories in the passed year were kitchen type laboratories.
  • 5. 5Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 CHAPTER II DATA ON THE PREVENTION AND OF DRUG ABUSE AND ILLICIT TRAFFICKING, 2012 1. Supply Reduction. a. Cases, Suspects and Evidence related to Drug Crimes, from National Police Republic of Indonesia 1) Disclosures of Drug Cases and Ranking, 2012 Table 1. Total Number of Drug Cases Based on Type of Drug, 2012 NO. TYPE OF DRUG TOTAL CASES 1 2 3 1. Cannabis 6,473 2. Heroin 481 3. Hashish 7 4. Cocaine 7 5. Codeine - 6. Morphine - 7. Ecstasy 852 8. Shabu 11,157 9. Controlled Medicines 1,419 10. Benzodiazepine 179 11. Barbiturate 127 12. Ketamine 4 13. Alcohol 7,745 TOTAL 28,451 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Note : Not Included Other Dangerous Substances Table 2. Total Number of Drug Cases Based on Drug Classification, 2012 NO. DRUG CLASSIFICATION TOTAL CASES 1 2 3 1. Narcotics 18,977 2. Psychotropic Substances 1,729 3. Other Addictive Substances 7,917 TOTAL 28,623 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 6. 6Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 3. Total Number of Drug Cases Based on the Type of Crime, 2012 NO. TYPE OF CRIME TOTAL CASES 1 2 3 1. Cultivation 42 2. Production 25 3. Distribution 19,517 4. Consumption 9,039 TOTAL 28,623 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 4. Total Number and Ranking of Narcotics Cases, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL CASES RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. DKI Jakarta 5,228 I 2. North Sumatera 2,403 II 3. East Java 1,394 III 4. West Java 1,071 IV 5. South Sumatera 987 V 6. South Kalimantan 970 VI 7. Aceh 866 VII 8. Riau 650 VIII 9. South Sulawesi 645 IX 10. Lampung 637 X 11. Central Java 634 XI 12 East Kalimantan 528 XII 13. Jambi 385 XIII 14. West Sumatera 345 XIV 15. Bali 337 XV 16. Riau Islands 279 XVI 17. Central Kalimantan 238 XVII 18. West Kalimantan 217 XVIII 19. DI Yogyakarta 195 XIX 20. Bangka Belitung 178 XX 21. Banten 156 XXI 22. West Nusa Tenggara 145 XXII 23. Bengkulu 126 XXIII 24. Central Sulawesi 123 XXIV 25. Papua 57 XXV 26. S.E. Sulawesi 55 XXVI
  • 7. 7Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 27. North Sulawesi 41 XXVII 28. Maluku 38 XXVIII 29. North Maluku 24 XXIX 30. East Nusa Tenggara 13 XXX 31. Gorontalo 12 XXXI TOTAL 18,977 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 5. Total Number and Ranking of Psychotropic Sustances Cases, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. East Java 1,115 I 2. South Kalimantan 192 II 3. West Jawa 108 III 4. Central Sulawesi 64 IV 5. East Kalimantan 60 V 6. DKI Jakarta 43 VI 7. Central Kalimantan 30 VII 8. Central Java 27 VIII 9. DI Yogyakarta 27 VIII 10. North Sumatra 14 IX 11. North Sulawesi 11 X 12. Lampung 10 XI 13. Riau Islands 8 XII 14. Papua 7 XIII 15. Bengkulu 3 XIV 16. S.E. Sulawesi 3 XIV 17. Bangka Belitung 2 XV 18. Banten 2 XV 19. Bali 1 XVI 20. East Nusa Tenggara 1 XVI 21. Maluku 1 XVI TOTAL 1,729 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 8. 8Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 6. Total Number and Ranking of Other Addictive Substances Cases, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL CASES RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. East Java 4,939 I 2. North Sulawesi 970 II 3. Central Java 533 III 4. Bali 524 IV 5. S.E. Sulawesi 470 V 6. East Nusa Tenggara 133 VI 7. West Java 73 VII 8. Central Kalimantan 65 VIII 9. DKI Jakarta 51 IX 10. DI Yogyakarta 32 X 11. South Kalimantan 26 XI 12. West Kalimantan 25 XII 13. Papua 24 XIII 14. Central Sulawesi 22 XIV 15. West Nusa Tenggara 17 XV 16. South Sumatera 3 XVI 17. Banten 3 XVI 18. North Sumatera 3 XVI 19. East Kalimantan 3 XVI 20. Maluku 1 XVII TOTAL 7,917 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 7. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Cases, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL CASES RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. East Java 7,448 I 2. DKI Jakarta 5,322 II 3. North Sumatra 2,420 III 4. West Java 1,252 IV 5. Central Java 1,194 V 6. South Kalimantan 1,188 VI 7. North Sulawesi 1,022 VII 8. South Sumatera 990 VIII 9. Aceh 866 IX 10. Bali 862 X 11. Riau 650 XI 12. Lampung 647 XII
  • 9. 9Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 13. South Sulawesi 645 XIII 14. East Kalimantan 591 XIV 15. S.E. Sulawe 528 XV 16. Jambi 385 XVI 17. West Sumatera 345 XVII 18. Central Kalimantan 333 XVIII 19. Riau Islands 287 XIX 20. DI Yogyakarta 254 XX 21. West Kalimantan 242 XXI 22. Central Sulawesi 209 XXII 23. Bangka Belitung 180 XXIII 24. West Nusa Tenggara 162 XXIV 25. Banten 161 XXV 26. East Nusa Tenggara 147 XXVI 27. Bengkulu 129 XXVII 28. Papua 88 XXVIII 29. Maluku 40 XXIX 30. North Maluku 24 XXX 31. Gorontalo 12 XXXI TOTAL 28,623 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 2) Number of Suspects and Drug Cases Disclosed in 2012 Table 8. Number of Suspects Based on Type of Drug, 2012 NO. TYPE OF DRUG SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Cannabis 8,471 2. Heroin 558 3. Hashish 7 4. Cocaine 8 5. Ecstasy 1,113 6. Shabu 14,965 7. Controlled medicines 1,678 8. Benzodiazepine 224 9. Barbiturate 157 10. Ketamine 3 11. Alcohol 8,082 TOTAL 35,266 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Note : Not Included Suspects of other Dangerous Substances
  • 10. 10Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 9. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Type of Drug, 2012 NO. CLASSIFICATION OF DR NUMBER OF SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Narkotics 25,122 2. Psychotropic Substances 2,062 3. Other Addictive Substances 8,269 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 10. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Type of Crime, 2012 NO. TYPE OF CRIME NUMBER OF SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Cultivation 32 2. Production 39 3. Distribution 23,214 4. Consumption 12,168 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 11. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality, 2012 NO. NATIONALITY NUMBER OF SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Domestic Nationals 35,354 2. Foreign Nationals 99 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table12. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality and Gender, 2012 NO. NATIONALITY AND GENDER NUMBER OF SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Domestic Nationals Males 32,119 Females 3,235 2. Foreign Nationals Males 87 Females 12 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 11. 11Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 13. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Gender, 2012 NO. GENDER TOTAL SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Males 32,206 2. Females 3,247 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 14. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Age Group, 2012 NO. AGE GROUP TOTAL SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. <16 Years 132 2. 16-19 Years 2,103 3. 20-24 Years 5,460 4. 25-29 Years 10,307 5. > 30 Years 17,451 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 15. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Education level, 2012 NO. EDUCATION TOTAL SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Elementary 4,974 2. Junior High School 9,743 3. Senior High School 19,633 4. University 1,103 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 12. 12Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 16. Total Number of Drug Suspects Based on Occupation, 2012 NO. OCCUPATION TOTAL SUSPECTS 1 2 3 1. Govt. Employee/Civil Servant 318 2. Police/Armed Forces 287 3. Private 16,018 4. Entrepreneurs 7,485 5. Farmers 1,385 6. Labour 4,012 7. Univ. Students 709 8. Students 695 9. Unemployed 4,544 TOTAL 35,453 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 17. Total Number of Foreign Nationals Involved in Drug Crimes in Indonesia, 2012 NO. NATIONALITY TOTAL 1 2 3 I. A s i a 1. Singapore 1 2. Malaysia 34 3. Japan 2 4. China 10 5. South Korea 1 6. India 3 7. Thailand 1 8. Iran 10 9. Vietnam 1 10. Syria 1 T o t a l 64 II. E r o p e 1. Spain 3 2. Italia 1 3. France 1 4. Germany 5 5. Netherland 1 6. England 6 7. Russia 2 T o t a l 19
  • 13. 13Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 III. A f r i ca 1. Togo 1 2. Nigeria 1 3. Uganda 1 4. South Africa 5 5. Congo 1 T o t a l 9 IV. Australia 1. Australia 1 2. Papua New Guinea 3 T o t a l 4 V. America 1. USA 2 2. Brazil 1 3. Argentine 1 T o t a l 4 Overall Total 99 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 18. Total Number of Domestic Nationals Involved in Drug Crimes in Other Countries, 2012 NO. CRIME SCENE GENDER REMARKS MALE FEMALE 1 2 3 4 5 1. Hong Kong 1 2. Peru 2 3. Philippines 1 4. Malaysia 4 5 5. China 1 1 T o t a l 9 10 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 14. 14Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 19. Total Number and Ranking of Narcotic Suspects, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. DKI Jakarta 6,415 I 2. North Sumatera 3,255 II 3. East Java 1,745 III 4. West Java 1,505 IV 5. South Kalimantan 1,343 V 6. South Sumatera 1,279 VI 7. Aceh 1,171 VII 8. Lampung 990 VIII 9. Riau 980 IX 10. South Sulawesi 894 X 11. East Kalimantan 814 XI 12. Central Java 774 XII 13. Jambi 587 XIII 14. West Sumatera 503 XIV 15. Bali 375 XV 16. Riau Islands 366 XVI 17. Central Kalimantan 299 XVII 18. West Kalimantan 280 XVIII 19. DI Yogyakarta 268 XIX 20. Bangka Belitung 236 XX 21. Banten 210 XXI 22. West Nusa Tenggara 196 XXII 23. Bengkulu 178 XXIII 24. Central Sulawesi 144 XXIV 25. S.E. Sulawesi 87 XXV 26. Papua 67 XXVI 27. North Sulawesi 55 XXVII 28. Maluku 43 XXVIII 29. North Maluku 27 XXIX 30. East Nusa Tenggara 20 XXX 31. Gorontalo 16 XXXI TOTAL 25,122 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 15. 15Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 20. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects of Psychotropic Substances, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. East Java 1,315 I 2. South Kalimantan 246 II 3. West Java 134 III 4. East Kalimantan 70 IV 5. Central Sulawesi 68 V 6. DKI Jakarta 51 VI 7. DI Yogyakarta 40 VII 8. Central Java 35 VIII 9. Central Kalimantan 30 IX 10. North Sumatera 19 X 11. Riau Islands 12 XI 12. North Sulawesi 11 XII 13. Lampung 10 XIII 14. Papua 7 XIV 15. Bengkulu 3 XV 16. Banten 3 XV 17. S.E. Sulawesi 3 XV 18. Bangka Belitung 2 XVI 19. Bali 1 XVII 20. East Nusa Tenggara 1 XVII 21. Maluku 1 XVII TOTAL 2,062 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 16. 16Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 21. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects of Other Addictive Substances, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. East Java 5,082 I 2. North Sulawesi 1,141 II 3. Central Java 543 III 4. Bali 524 IV 5. S.E. Sulawesi 470 V 6. East Nusa Tenggara 139 VI 7. West Java 80 VII 8. Central Kalimantan 68 VIII 9. DKI Jakarta 60 IX 10. DI Yogyakarta 32 X 11. South Kalimantan 27 XI 12. Papua 25 XII 13. West Kalimantan 24 XIII 14. Central Sulawesi 23 XIV 15. West Nusa Tenggara 17 XV 16. Banten 5 XVI 17. North Sumatera 3 XVII 18. South Sumatera 3 XVII 19. East Kalimantan 3 XVII TOTAL 8,269 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 17. 17Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 22. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Suspects, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. East Java 8,142 I 2. DKI Jakarta 6,526 II 3. North Sumatera 3,277 III 4. West Java 1,719 IV 5. South Kalimantan 1,616 V 6. Central Java 1,352 VI 7. South Sumatera 1,282 VII 8. North Sulawesi 1,207 VIII 9. Aceh 1,171 IX 10. Lampung 1,000 X 11. Riau 980 XI 12. Bali 900 XII 13. South Sulawesi 894 XIII 14. East Kalimantan 887 XIV 15. Jambi 587 XV 16. S.E. Sulawesi 560 XVI 17. West Sumatera 503 XVII 18. Central Kalimantan 397 XVIII 19. Riau Islands 378 XIX 20. DI Yogyakarta 340 XX 21. West Kalimantan 304 XXI 22. Bangka Belitung 238 XXII 23. Central Sulawesi 235 XXIII 24. Banten 218 XXIV 25. West Nusa Tenggara 213 XXV 26. Bengkulu 181 XXVI 27. East Nusa Tenggara 160 XXVII 28. Papua 99 XXVIII 29. Maluku 44 XXIX 30 North Maluku 27 XXX 31. Gorontalo 16 XXXI TOTAL 35,453 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 18. 18Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 23. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects Dealers of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances (Cultivation, Production and Distribution), 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. DKI Jakarta 3,098 I 2. East Java 2,747 II 3. North Sumatera 1,504 III 4. South Kalimantan 1,428 IV 5. Riau 912 V 6. South Sulawesi 894 VI 7. West Java 852 VII 8. Aceh 760 VIII 9. South Sumatera 517 IX 10. Central Java 469 X 11. East Kalimantan 420 XI 12. Jambi 321 XII 13. West Papua 306 XIII 14. West Kalimantan 278 XIV 15. Central Kalimantan 253 XV 16. Lampung 250 XVI 17. Riau Islands 239 XVII 18. Bangka Belitung 236 XVIII 19. Central Sulawesi 174 XIX 20. Banten 114 XX 21. West Sumatera 106 XXI 22. West Nusa Tenggara 95 XXII 23. Bengkulu 94 XXIII 24. Bali 73 XXIV 25. Papua 55 XXV 26. S.E. Sulawesi 46 XXVI 27. North Sulawesi 39 XXVII 28. DI Yogyakarta 22 XXVIII 29. East Nusa Tenggara 21 XXIX 30. North Maluku 15 XXX 31. Maluku 9 XXXI 32. Gorontalo 6 TOTAL 16,353 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 19. 19Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 24. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Abusers (Consumer) of Narcotics and Psychotropic ”Substances, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL SUSPECTS RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. DKI Jakarta 2.930 I 2. North Sumatera 1.770 II 3. West Java 787 III 4. Lampung 750 IV 5. East Kalimantan 463 V 6. Aceh 411 VI 7. West Sumatera 397 VII 8. South Sumatera 362 VIII 9. Central Java 340 IX 10. East Java 306 X 11. Bali 303 XI 12. DI Yogyakarta 293 XII 13. Jambi 266 XIII 14. South Kalimantan 161 XIV 15. Riau Islands 139 XV 16. West Papua 132 XVI 17. West Nusa Tenggara 102 XVII 18. Banten 99 XVIII 19. Bengkulu 87 XIX 20. Central Kalimantan 76 XX 21. Riau 68 XXI 22. S.E. Sulawesi 44 XXII 23. Central Sulawesi 38 XXIII 24. Maluku 35 XXIV 25. North Sulawesi 27 XXV 26. Papua 19 XXVI 27. North Maluku 12 XXVII 28. Gorontalo 10 XXVIII 29. West Kalimantan 2 XXIX 30. Bangka Belitung 2 XXIX TOTAL 10.831 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 20. 20Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 3) Disclosures of Drug Evidence, 2012 Table 25. Total Seized Cannabis Evidence, 2012 NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL 1 2 3 1. Cannabis Herb (Grams) 22,019,933.68 grams 2. Cannabis Trees (Unit)) 341,395 trees 3. Cultivation Fields (Ha) 89.5 Ha 4. Cannabis Seeds (Grams) 202 tablets 284.91 grams Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 26. Total Seized Narcotics Evidence, 2012 NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL 1 2 3 1. Heroin (Grams) 38,014.86 gram 2. Cocaine (Grams) 5,878.44 gram 3. Hashish (Grams) 7,836.44 gram 4. Ecstasy (Tablets) 2,850,947 tablets 294.73 gram 5. Shabu (Grams) 1,977,864.07 grams Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 27. Total Seized Evidence of Psychotropic Substances, 2012 NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL 1 2 3 1. Benzodiazepine (Tablets) 512,523 tablets 2. Barbiturate (Tablets) 426,793.50 tablets 26,000 grams 3. Ketamine (Grams) 13,426 grams 4. Controlled medicines (Tablets) 2,064,302.50 tablets 1,429 bottles 282 packages 256 tubes Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 28. Total Seized Evidence of Other Addictive Substances, 2012 NO. EVIDENCE TOTAL 1 2 3 1. Alcohol (Bottles) 993,489.50 bottles 2. Alcohol (Litres) 164,780.79 litres TOTAL 993,489.50 bottles 164,780.79 litres Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 21. 21Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 4) Total and Ranking of Seized Evidence by Province, 2012. Table 29. Total and Ranking of Cannabis Herb, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL (GRAMS) RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. Aceh 8,963,084.54 I 2. Lampung 6,423,477.75 II 3. Jambi 2,343,039.94 III 4. North Sumatera 1,393,156.43 IV 5. DKI Jakarta 1,261,135.35 V 6. West Java Jawa 698,688.36 VI 7. West Sumatera 289,909.40 VII 8. Central Java 142,858.28 VIII 9. Riau 124,600.58 IX 10. Bali 71,193.29 X 11. East Java 67,164.76 XI 12. South Sumatera 43,042.42 XII 13. West Papua 34,984.23 XIII 14. Riau Islands 33,933.50 XIV 15. DI Yogyakarta 30,404.05 XV 16. Bangka Belitung 20,732.90 XVI 17. Bengkulu 20,720.99 XVII 18. Central Sulawesi 18,844.82 XVIII 19. West Nusa Tenggara 15,040.42 XIX 20. Banten 9,677.71 XX 21. North Maluku 5,649.21 XXI 22. Papua 5,147.74 XXII 23. South Sulawesi 1,286.50 XXIII 24. East Kalimantan 962.68 XXIV 25. Maluku 571.00 XXV 26. North Sulawesi 400.64 XXVI 27. East Nusa Tenggara 90.86 XXVII 28. South Kalimantan 74.64 XXVIII 29. West Kalimantan 59.13 XXIX 30. Central Kalimantan 5.98 XXX 31. S.E. Sulawesi 5.00 XXXI 32. Gorontalo 0.19 XXXII TOTAL 22,019,941.29 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 22. 22Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 30. Total Number and Ranking of Cannabis Trees Evidence, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL TREES RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. Aceh 303,357 I 2. North Sumatera 36,431 II 3. Bengkulu 941 III 4. South Sumatera 344 IV 5. West Sumatera 246 V 6. DKI Jakarta 48 VI 7. West Java 19 VII 8. DI Yogyakarta 5 VIII 9. Bali 3 IX 10. Jambi 1 X TOTAL 341,395 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 31. Total Number and Ranking of Cannabis Seeds Evidence, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. North Sumatera 284.91 Grams - 2. Bengkulu 2,002 Seeds - TOTAL 284.91 Grams 2,002 Seeds - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 32. Total and Ranking of Cannabis Cultivation Fields, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 Total (HECTARES) RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. Aceh 72.50 I 2. North Sumatera 16.00 II 3. Bengkulu 1.00 III TOTAL 89.5 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 23. 23Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 33. Total and Ranking of Heroin/Putaw Evidence, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 total (GRAMs) RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. East Jawa 10,668.40 I 2. DKI Jakarta 5,826.77 II 3. East Kalimantan 5,199.88 III 4. Central Java 4,982.08 IV 5. Riau Islands 4,192.79 V 6. Aceh 2,225.00 VI 7. North Sulawesi 2,200.00 VII 8. DI Yogyakarta 1,332.68 VIII 9. Riau 1,290.90 IX 10. Gorontalo 49.24 X 11. West Java 19.09 XI 12. West Kalimantan 14.04 XII 13. Bali 8.71 XIII 14. Lampung 2,23 XIV 15. Maluku 1.60 XV 16. West Nusa Tenggara 0.74 XVI 17. Jambi 0.40 XVII 18. South Sumatera 0.40 XVIII 19. North Sumatera 0.17 XIX 20. Central Kalimantan 0.12 XX JUMLAH 38,015.24 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 34. Total and Ranking of Cocaine Evidence, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TPTAL (GRAMS) RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. Bali 4,673.44 I 2. DKI Jakarta 1,204.00 II 3. North Sumatera 1.00 III TOTAL 5,878.44 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 24. 24Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 35. Total and Ranking of Hashish Evidence, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL (GRAMS) RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. Bali 4,121.44 I 2. West Nusa Tenggara 3,715.00 II TOTAL 7,836.44 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Table 36. Total and Ranking of Ecstasy Evidence, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL (TABLETS) RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. DKI Jakarta 2,598,151.50 I 2. Lampung 152,366.25 II 3. Riau Islands 63,736.00 III 4. South Sumatera 10,359.25 IV 5. Riau 4,845.50 V 6. North Sumatera 4,123.75 VI 7. South Kalimantan 3,495.50 VII 8. East Java 3,198.50 VIII 9. Jambi 2,646.00 IX 10. Bali 2,580.75 X 11. West Kalimantan 1,325.75 XI 12. West Java 1,110.50 XII 13. South Sulawesi 861.00 XIII 14. Bangka Belitung 801.00 XIV 15. East Kalimantan 701.00 XV 16. Central Kalimantan 324.00 XVI 17. Central Java 98.75 XVII 18. DI Yogyakarta 75.50 XVIII 19. Gorontalo 67.00 XIX 20. Papua 21.00 XX 21. West Sumatera 17.00 XXI 22. Aceh 11.25 XXII 23. Bengkulu 6.25 XXIII 24. North Sulawesi 5.00 XXIV 25. Banten 3.00 XXV 26. S.E. Sulawesi 3.00 XXV TOTAL 2,850.934 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 25. 25Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 37. Total and Ranking of Shabu Evidence, 2012 NO. PROVINCE 2012 TOTAL(GRAMS) RANKING 1 2 3 4 1. DKI Jakarta 950,556.52 I 2. East Java 885,417.11 II 3. West Kalimantan 33,999.84 III 4. North Sumatera 29,131.28 IV 5. Riau Islands 16,350.81 V 6. East Kalimanta 12,725.46 VI 7. Riau 7,369.65 VII 8. South Sumatera 7,063.63 VIII 9. North Sulawesi 5,001.42 IX 10. South Kalimantan 4,315.39 X 11. Lampung 4,267.30 XI 12. Aceh 3,789.08 XII 13. Central Java 3,509.22 XIII 14. South Sulawesi Central 2,966.20 XIV 15. Bali 2,567.95 XV 16. Jambi 2,396.84 XVI 17. Central Sulawesi 2,178.90 XVII 18. DI Yogyakarta 1,289.35 XVIII 19. Central Kalimantan 864.15 XIX 20. West Java 709.50 XX 21. West Sumatera 649.91 XXI 22. Bangka Belitung 197.24 XXII 23. West Nusa Tenggara 169.38 XXIII 24. Gorontalo 135.93 XXIV 25. Bengkulu 78.70 XXV 26. S.E. Sulawesi 61.36 XXVI 27. Papua 59.47 XXVII 28. Banten 52.37 XXVIII 29. Maluku 10.04 XXIX 30. North Maluku 5.95 XXX 31. East Nusa Tenggara 5.01 XXXI TOTAL 1,977,894.96 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013
  • 26. 26Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 5) Total Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 2012. Table 38. Total Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 20012 NO. SCALE TOTAL 1 2 3 1. Large** 6 2. Small 0 TOTAL 6 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 Note : ** Large: large production capacity and utilizing sophisticated equipment * Small: utilizing traditional equipment with small production capacity Table 39. Total Prominent Drug Cases Disclosed by Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, 2012 NO. REGIONAL POLICE CASES SUSPECTS EVIDENCE REM ARKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Police HQ 21 67 Shabu : 550,684.46 gr Liquid Shabu : 1,7 ltr Ecstasy: 358,536 tbl Heroin : 1,700 gr Iodine: 51,000 gr Medicinal herbs (jamu): 1,758,000 caps Medicinal herbs(jamu): 79,400 sachets Jamu powder for uric acid: :8,000 kg 2. Aceh 3 11 Cannabis/Ganja:10,519kg Cannabis trees : 25,300 3. North Sumatera 3 3 Shabu : 5,888,48 gr Ecstasy : 195 tbl 4. Riau Islands 6 9 Shabu: 9,765 gr Ecstasy : 7,018 tbl Heroin : 3,387 gr Happy Five : 40,000 tbl 5. Jambi 1 2 Cannabis/Ganja : 1,167,000kg 6. Lampung 2 3 Ecstasy : 35,000 tbl Cannabis/Ganja : 3,529 kg
  • 27. 27Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. DKI Jakarta 22 47 Shabu : 501,849.61 gr Ecstasy: 1,515,501 tbl Ecstasy powder : 875 gr Heroin : 1.094 gr Cocaine : 205.6 gr Cannabis/Ganja : 213,000 gr Happy Five : 53.200 tbl 8. Central Java 1 1 Shabu : 2,965.3 gr Heroin : 4,973.7 gr 9. East Java 1 2 Double L : 20,000 tbl 10. North Sulawesi 2 3 Shabu : 6,000 gr Heroin : 2,200 gr 11. Central Sulawesi 1 1 TDH : 26,656 tbl 12. Bali 4 6 Shabu : 1.055 gr Cannabis/Ganja : 49,231.05 gr Hashish : 1,611 gr 13. West Nusa Tenggara 2 2 Shabu : 2,633 gr Hashish : 3,715 gr TOTAL 69 157 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2013 6) Domestic and Overseas Illicit Drug Trafficking Routes, 2012. a) Overseas Routes. Drug trafficking routes of narcotics/psychotropic substances into Indonesia : (1) Heroin/Morphine. (a) Heroin - Golden Triangle (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar) : • Bangkok–Hat Jai–Penang–Medan. • Bangkok–Medan/Denpasar/Surabaya–Jakarta. • Bangkok– Singapore–Denpasar–Perth (Australia). • Bangkok–Samarinda–Korea–Japan. • Bangkok–Solo–Jakarta–Denpasar–Perth (Australia). • Bangkok–Solo–Surabaya–Kun Ming (RRC). (b) Heroin - Golden Crescent (Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan) : • Karachi– New Delhi – Medan/Batam/Surabaya – Jakarta. • Karachi–Dubai–Medan/Surabaya–Jakarta. • Karachi–Katmandhu–Singapore–Medan / Batam / Surabaya–Jakarta.
  • 28. 28Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 (2) Cocaine ( Latin/South America: Brazil, Collombia, Peru). (a) Curacao, Netherland Antilles/South America– Amsterdam–Kuala Lumpur–Penang–Medan–Jakarta. (b) Lima / Santiago–Frankfurt–Jakarta. (c) Brazil–Hongkong–Denpasar–Australia. (d) Colombia–Jakarta–Erope–USA. (e) Bolivia–Denpasar. (f) Peru–Denpasar. (g) Mexico–Denpasar. (h) Australia–Denpasar. (3) Hashish (Thailand, Pakistan). (a) Khatmandu– Bombay – Colombo – Bangkok–Singapore– Denpasar–Australia. (b) Bangkok–Singapore–Denpasar. (c) Bangkok–Singapore–Denpasar–Mataram. (d) New Delhi–Singapore–Denpasar–Australia. (e) New Delhi–Singapore–Denpasar–Tokyo. (f) Bangkok–Singapura–Lombok / Kupang–USA. (4) Shabu/Ecstasy (Guang Zhou/China, Netherland). (a) Guang Zhou–Hongkong–Jakarta. (b) Guang Zhou–Singapore–Jakarta. (c) Chise Triads from Republic of China smuggle psychotropic substances: shabu / Ice (MA) and its Psychotropic precursors from its center in Ghuang Zou to Hong Kong or the Philippines and enter Batam– Jakarta–Surabaya and Denpasar by air or sea. (d) From its center (Netherland–Germany–Belgia) through Singapore-Thailand and Hong Kong. (e) From Singapore to Jakarta by airline routes Singapore– Medan–Jakarta or SingapuoreBatam–Jakarta, or by sea routes.. (f) Iran–Kuala Lumpur–Jakarta. (g) Iran–Kuala Lumpur–Surabaya. (h) Iran–Istambul–Doha (Qatar)–Singapore–Denpasar. (i) Iran–Singapore–Jakarta. (j) Iran–Istambul (Turkey)–Abu Dhabi–Jakarta. (k) Iran–Damascus (Syria)–Abu Dhabi–Jakarta.
  • 29. 29Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 (5) Precursors (America, Taiwan, India). (a) Amerika–Singapore–Jakarta. (b) Taiwan–Singapore–Jakarta. (c) India– Singapore–Jakarta. (d) Hong Kong–Jakarta. (e) Hong Kong–Batam. b) Domestic Routes. (1) Cannabis/Ganja (Aceh). (a) Aceh–Medan–Bandar Lampung–Jakarta. (b) Aceh–Medan–Surabaya. (c) Aceh–Medan–Bali. (d) Aceh–Jakarta–Pontianak. (e) Aceh–Jakarta–Bandung. (f) Aceh–Jakarta-Batam (2) Ecstasy/Shabu (Jakarta, Batam) (a) Jakarta–Denpasar. (b) Batam–Medan. (c) Jakarta–Surabaya. (d) Jakarta–Bandung. (e) Batam–Jakarta. b. Cases, Suspects and Evidence of Narcotics and Psychotropic Crimes, and Money Laundering Crimes Disclosed in 2012, from National Narcotics Board (BNN). Table 40. Total Number of Narcotics and Precursors Cases, 2012 NO. CASES 2012 1 2 3 1. Narcotics and Precursors 104 2. Money Laundering Crimes 15 TOTAL 119 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
  • 30. 30Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 41. Jumlah Kasus Narkotika dan Prekursor Berdasarkan Jenis Narkotika Tahun 2012 NO. TYPE OF CASE 2012 1 2 3 1. Shabu 90 2. Ecstasy 4 3. Heroin 5 4. Cannabis 3 5. Cocaine 1 6. Psychotropic Substance and Precursors 1 TOTAL 104 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 42. Total Number of Narcotics and Precursors Cases Based on Classification of Narcotics, 2012 NO. CLASSIFICATION 2012 1 2 3 1. Narcotics 103 2. Psychotropic Substance and Precursors 1 TOTAL 104 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 43. Total Number of Carcotics and Precursors Cases Based on Type of Case, 2012 NO. Type of Case (Crime) 2012 1 2 3 1. Consumption 6 2. Distribution 97 3. Production 1 4. Cultivation - TOTAL 104 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
  • 31. 31Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 c. Total Number of Narcotic and Psychotropic Suspects and Money Laundering Crimes, 2012 Table 44. Total Number of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Suspects Based on Type of Narcotics, 2012 NO. TYPE OF NARCOTIC TOTAL SUSPECTS 2012 1 2 3 1. Shabu 144 2. Ecstasy 25 3. Heroin 7 4. Cannabis 7 5. Cocaine 1 6. Psychotropic Substances and Precursors 3 TOTAL 187 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 45. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Bassed on Classification of Narcotics, 2012 NO. CLASSIFICATION JUMLAH TERSANGKA TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Narcotics 187 2. Money Laundering 17 JUMLAH 204 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 46. Total Number of Narcotics and Precursors Suspects Based on The Suspect’s Role 2012 NO. SUSPECT’S ROLE TOTAL SUSPECTS 2012 1 2 3 1. Consumption 11 2. Distribution 174 3. Production 2 4. Cultivation - TOTAL 187 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
  • 32. 32Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 47. Total Number of Narcotics And Precursors Suspects Based on Nationality 2012 NO. NATIONALITY TOTAL SUSPECTS 2012 1 2 3 1. Domestic Nationals 170 2. Foreign Nationals 17 TOTAL 187 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 48. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based on Gender, 2012 NO. GENDER TOTAL DOMESTIC NATIONALS SUSPECT 2012 TOTAL FOREIGN NATIONALS SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Male 136 16 2. Female 34 1 TOTAL 187 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 49. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based on Age Group, 2012 NO. AGE GROUP TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. < 16 Years - 2. 16-19 Years 3 3. 20-24 Years 18 4. 25-29 Years 32 5. > 30 Years 134 TOTAL 187 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 50. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based on Educational Background, 2012 NO. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Elementary 6 2. Junior High School 25 3. Senior High School 97 4. University 59 TOTAL 187 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
  • 33. 33Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 51. Total Number of Suspects of Narcotics and Precursors Crimes Based on Occupation, 2012 NO. OCCUPATION TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Private Sector 53 2. Unemployed 55 3. Labor 13 4. Farmer 3 5. Entrepreneur 60 6. University Student 1 7. Civil Servant 2 8. Police/Armed Forces - TOTAL 187 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 52. Total Number of Foreign National Suspects involved in Narcotics and Precursors Crime, 2012 NO. FOREIGN NATIONALS TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Nigeria 11 2. South Africa 1 3. Malaysia 1 4. Kenya 1 5. Iran 2 6. Siera Leone 1 TOTAL 17 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 53. Total Number of Money Laundering Crimes Based on Nationality, 2012 NO. NATIONALITY TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Domestic Nationals 16 2. Foreign Nationals 3 TOTAL 19 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
  • 34. 34Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 54. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes Based on Gender, 2012 NO. GENDER TOTAL DOMESTIC NATIONALS SUSPECT 2012 TOTAL FOREIGN NATIONALS SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Male 7 3 2. Female 9 - TOTAL 19 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 55. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes Based on Age Group, 2012 NO. AGE GROUP TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. < 16 Years - 2. 16-19 Years - 3. 20-24 Years - 4. 25-29 Years 5 5. > 30 Years 14 TOTAL 19 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 56. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes Based on Educational Background, 2012 NO. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Elementary - 2. Junior High School 1 3. Senior High School 14 4. University 4 TOTAL 19 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 57. Total Number of Suspects Involved in Money Laundering Crimes Based on Occupation, 2012 NO. OCCUPATION TOTAL SUSPECT 2012 1 2 3 1. Private Sector 4 2. Unemployed 10 3. Labor 1 4. Farmer - 5. Entrepreneur 3 6. University Student - 7. Civil Servant 1 8. Police/Armed Forces - TOTAL 19 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013
  • 35. 35Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 d. Data Jumlah Barang Bukti Kasus Narkotika, Psikotropika dan TPPU Tahun 2012 Table 58. Total Seized Narcotics Evidence, 2012 NO. BARANG BUKTI JUMLAH TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Shabu 76.254,55 Gr 2. Kokain 858,40 Gr 3. Heroin 14,41 Kg 4. Ekstasi 1.420.685 Butir 5. Ganja 315,34 Kg 6. Prekursor 0,5liter cairan jenis aceton 0,5liter HCL Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 Table 59. Total Evidence of Money Laundering Cases, 2012 NO. Evidence VALUE (Rp.) 1 2 3 1. Cash money 15.006.622.713,- 2. Movables 4.500.000.000,- a. 1 unit Toyota Fortuner car License No. B 393 PS including keys and license owned by Afdar b. 1 unit black Revo motor cycle with grey and marone list, license number B 4750 AK c. 1 unit black Terios car license number KB 1359 HP including ownership certificate (BPKB) and vehicle license ( STNK) d. 1 unit Nissan Grand Livina X Gear car license No. Pol. BM 1270 QS e. 1 unitl Honda Civic car license No. Pol. BK 989 FZ and ownership certificate ( BPKB) f. 1 unit black Toyota Fortuner year 2011 license No. Pol. B 212 BOY and vehicle license (STNK) owner by the name of Sartimah including keys. g. 1 unit Caterpillar PO 3200 Hydraulic Excavator No. 058849 dated 18 August 2011. h. 1 unit grey metallic Honda CRV RE1 2 WD 2.4 AT CKD, loicense No. Pol. BK 312 EN, owner’s name Eren Herikasenda including STNK i. 1 unit black Toyota Harrier year 2008 license No. Pol. D 825 , owner’s name Ade Tjakralaksana j. 1 unit white Toyota Yaris year 2008 license No. Pol. D 889 KH, owner’s name. Wilma Purnamasari
  • 36. 36Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 k. 1 unit white Honda Jazz year 2011 license No. Pol. D 1787 NZ, owner’s name Tjoe Mei Lan l. Piaggio motor cycle type ZIP 100 AT year 2011, license No. Pol. B 3061 SFV including key m. 1 black metallic Mercedes Benz type C 240 AT year 2002 license No. Pol. B 1303 AI including key 3. Unmovables 11.506.622.713,- a. 1 unit house at Jl. Eka Rasmi Gg. Eka Nusa No. 22 Kelurahan Gedong Johor, Kecamatan Medan Johor, Medan, North Sumatera b. 1 piece of land with a building at Desa Cot Rabo Kec. Peusangan, Kab. Bireuen, approx. width 1.124,71 m2 complete with a certificate of purchase dilengkapi No. 594.4/63/01/2011 by the name of NURLAILA HASAN c. 1 piece of land and building at Desa Pulo Pisang, Kab. Bireuen, approx. width lebih 710,22 m2 complete with a purchase No 594.4/96/02/2011 by the name of NURLAILA HASAN d. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width 11.135 m2 e. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width: 11.148 m2 f. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width: 5.277 m2 g. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width: 20.067 m2 h. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width: 15.028 m2 i. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width: 11.487 m2 j. A piece of land at Blok Cibuluh RT 03/11 Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor, width: 10.220 m2 k. A piece of land at Kampung Gunung Malang Desa Sukaharja Kecamatan Sukamakmur Kabupaten Bogor width: 6.150 m2
  • 37. 37Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 l. Land and a building at Jl. Lingkar Danau Buatan Rumbal Pekanbaru Riau, Certificate of Ownership No. 2227 by the name of Devi Novriyanti. m. A piece of land with a width of 212 m2 and 1 permanent house of 2 storeys according to Certificate of Ownership satu unit rumah permanen No. 2047 by the name of Surjadi Widjaja, address: Perumahan Singgasana Perdana Jl. Kuta Kencana Tengah IX B-23, Cibaduyut Wetan, Bandung. TOTAL 31.006.622.713,- Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 e. Total Number of Suspects and Evidence Handled by Directorate of Interdiction, Deputy of Eradication, BNN, 2012 Table 60. Total Number of Suspects and Evidence Handled Directorate of Interdiction, Deputy of Eradication, BNN, 2012 NO. CRIME SCENE suspects evidence 1 2 3 4 1. DHL Karawaci Branch Office, Jl. Imam Bonjol No.99 Karawaci, Tangerang, Banten 1 Shabu : 590,2 Gr 2. Next to Hermina Hospital,. Jl. Gardenia Raya Blok BA I No. 11 Grand Galaxy City South Bekasi West Java 2 Shabu : 441,2 Gr 3. Jl. Cempaka Sari IV Jalur 4 RT 18/06 Kel. Basirih Kec. Banjar Barat, South Kalimantan 1 Shabu : 520,2 Gr 4. McDonald STC Senayan Parking area, South Jakarta 2 Shabu : 3021 Gr 5. Office of PCP Transprortation Service, Jl. Raya Sesetan No. 337 Denpasar, Bali 1 Shabu : 95,8 Gr 6. Alfamidi Parking area, Jl. Pulau Moyo No. 47 Kedungan, Denpasar 2 Shabu : 704,2 Gr 7. Parking area of Shop-house complex, Tg Pantun Blok I Rt. 01/02 Kel. Sei Jodok Kec. Batu Ampar, Batam 4 Shabu : 2273,5 Gr 8. Mangsang Lestari Blok A kelurahan Mangsang Kec. Sungai Bedu Batam 1 Shabu : 3687,2 Gr 9. Jalan Delman Utama Kebayoran Lama Jakarta Selatan –(name of street) 3 Shabu : 158 Gr Shabu : 143,3 Gr 10. Gas station next to Fly Over Jl. Letjen Suprapto No. 56 Senen, Central Jakarta 2 Shabu : 5063,4 Gr Shabu : 5062,8 Gr
  • 38. 38Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 11. Arrival Terminal 2D Internasional Airport Soekarno Hatta Tangerang Banten 2 Shabu : 1013,3 Gr 12. Jl. Wijaya Kusuma No. 51 Room 08 Tomang, West Jakarta 1 Shabu : 114,9 Gr Shabu : 110,8 Gr 13. Hotel Margot Room No. 306, Jl. Jaksa 15C Menteng, Central Jakarta 2 Shabu : 5260,5 Gr 14. Arrival Terminal 2D, Internasional Airport Soekarno Hatta Tangerang Banten 1 Shabu : 1.118,2 Gr 15. Kampung Wanaraja RT 29 RW. 06 Kel. Purwadadi, Kec. Purwadadi, Kab. Subang, West Java 1 Shabu : 562 Gr 16. FedEx Cargo, Soekarno Hatta Int’l Airport, Tangerang Banten 1 DPO Shabu : 247,5 Gr 17. In front of IndoMaret supermarket , Jl. Bulevard Raya Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta 1 1 bungkus plastik bubuk kristal shabu 18. Jl. Kamal Raya Kel. Cengkareng Timur, Kec. Cengkareng, West Jakarta 9 Ekstasi : 1.412.476 Btr 19. FedEx Parking area, Jl. By Pass Ngurah Ray No. 72 Kedonganan Denpasar Bali 1 Kokain : 628,5 Gr 20. PT. UPS Cardig Internasional Cargo, Halim Perdana Kusuma Airport, East Jkt 1 Heroin : 1.064,2 Gr 21. Jl. Wijaya Kusuma No.51 Room 08 Tomang, West Jakarta 3 TOTAL 41 1 wanted Shabu : 30.188 Gr Ekstasi :1.412.476 Btr Kokain : 628,5 Gr Heroin : 1.064,2 Gr f. Total Number of Disclosed Clandestine Laboratories by BNN, 2012 Table 61. Total Number of Clandestine Laboratories, 2012 NO. TOTAL CASES CRIME SCENE/SUSPECT SCALE EVIDENCE 1 2 3 4 5 1. 1 Taman Harapan Baru Blok E6 Nomor 15 Pondok Ungu, West Bekasi, Number of suspects: 2 Kitchen Labora- tory 3 strainers 1 plastic measuring pot 1 cooler pump 0,5 ltr aceton-type liquid 0,5 litre HCL 3kg caustic soda 12,5gr red phosphor 1 distillation tube 1 2-neck flat bottom tube of 2 ltr capacity 1 reaction tube of 1.000 ml
  • 39. 39Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 g. Prominent Cases Disclosed by BNN, 2012 Table 62. Total Number of Prominent Drug Cases, 2012 NO. UNIT CASE SUSPECT EVIDENCE REMARKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. National Narcotics Board 10 35 Shabu : 25.790,9gr Ekstasi : 1.412.476 btr Heroin : 500 gr 2. BNNP, West Java 1 1 Shabu : 775 gr 3. BNNP East Java 1 4 Shabu : 588,5 gr TOTAL 12 40 Source : Deputy of Eradication, BNN, March 2013 h. Ranking of Crime-fested Potentials for Illicit Trafficking, (Supply Reduction Aspect), from BNN and National Police, 2012. Table 63. Ranking of Crime-fested Potentials for illicit Traffickign in Drugs, 2012 NO. PROVINCE TOTAL POPULATION AGE 10-59 YEARS TOTAL SUSPECTS (CULTIVATION, PRODUCTION , DISTRIBUTION) RATIO OF CRIME FESTED RAN- KING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Nusa Tenggara Timur 3.289.200 21 1 : 156.628 I 2. DI Yogyakarta 2.610.000 22 1 : 118.636 II 3. Maluku 1.036.300 9 1 : 115.144 III 4. Gorontalo 683.200 6 1 : 113.867 IV 5. Banten 8.641.800 114 1 : 75.805 V 6. Jawa Tengah 23.401.900 469 1 : 49.897 VI 7. Maluku Utara 741.800 15 1 : 49.453 VII 8. Sulawesi Utara 1.744.600 39 1 : 44.733 VIII 9. Sulawesi Tenggara 1.824.900 46 1 : 39.671 IX 10. Jawa Barat 32.699.100 852 1 : 38.379 X 11. Bali 2.737.200 73 1 : 37.496 XI 12. Nusa Tenggara Barat 3.546.300 95 1 : 37.329 XII 13. Sumatera Barat 3.322.600 106 1 : 31.345 XIII 14. Papua 1.626.836 55 1 : 29.579 XIV 15. Lampung 6.004.900 250 1 : 24.020 XV 16. Bengkulu 1.403.700 94 1 : 14.933 XVI 17. Kalimantan Barat 3.656.500 278 1 : 13.153 XVII 18. Sulawesi Tengah 2.069.400 174 1 : 11.893 XVIII 19. Sumatera Selatan 6.107.766 517 1 : 11.814 XIX 20. Jawa Timur 27.200.200 2.747 1 : 9.902 XX 21. Kalimantan Tengah 1.967.600 253 1 : 7.777 XXI 22. Jambi 2.261.900 321 1 : 7.046 XXII 23. Sulawesi Selatan 6.055.602 894 1 : 6.774 XXIII 24. Sumatera Utara 9.941.800 1.504 1 : 6.610 XXIV 25. Kalimantan Timur 2.571.300 420 1 : 6.122 XXV 26. Riau 4.979.142 912 1 : 5.459 XXVI 27. Kepulauan Riau 1.086.958 239 1 : 4.548 XXVII 28. Aceh 3.033.600 760 1 : 3.991 XXVIII 29. Bangka Belitung 801.900 236 1 : 3.398 XIX 30. DKI Jakarta 7.047.900 3.274 1 : 2.153 XXX 31. Papua Barat 599.864 306 1 : 1.960 XXXI 32. Kalimantan Selatan 2.723.700 1.428 1 : 1.907 XXXII Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, Bareskrim dan BNN, March 2013
  • 40. 40Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 i. Seizures and Ranking of Narcotic Evidence from Ministry of Finance RI, 2012 Table 64. Total Seized Natural Narcotics Evidence at Airports, 2012 NO. EVIDENCE 2012 1 2 3 1. Cannabis (Gram) 3.432,48 2. Heroin (Gram) 33.882,90 3. Cocaine (Gram) 6.847,50 4. Hashish (Gram) 8.148 Source : Directorate of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance RI, March 2013 Table 65. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Daun Ganja Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 56,6 II Gram 2. Yogyakarta Yogyakarta 86 I Gram 3. Jawa Barat Bandung 6,48 III Gram JUMLAH 149,08 Gram Sumber: Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table 66. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Heroin Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. DKI Jakarta Halim 1.056 VII Gram 2. Banten Soekarno Hatta 2.008 IV Gram 3. DI Yogyakarta Yogyakarta 1.175 VI Gram 4. Aceh Banda Aceh 1.995,80 V Gram 5. Kalsel Balikpapan 5.198 II Gram 6. Sulut Manado 2.200 III Gram 7. Sumut Medan 10.110,10 I Gram JUMLAH 23.742,90 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table 67. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Kokain Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 1.823,50 I Gram 2. Bali Ngurah Rai 4.794 II Gram JUMLAH 6.617,50 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
  • 41. 41Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 68. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Hashish Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 2 III Gram 2. Bali Ngurah Rai 4.431 I Gram 3. NTB Mataram 3.715 II Gram JUMLAH 8.148 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table 69. Jumlah Barang Bukti Narkotika Sintesis Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012 NO. BARANG BUKTI TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Ekstasi (Gram) 383.127,05 2. Shabu (Gram) 101.545,09 Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table 70. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Ekstasi Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Banten Soekarno Hatta 20,50 III Gram 2. Sulawesi Selatan Makasar 500 II Gram 3. Jawa Barat Bandung 500,50 I Gram JUMLAH 1.021 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table 71. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Shabu Sitaan di Bandara Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI BANDARA TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Aceh Banda Aceh 1.690,93 V Gram 2. Sumut Medan 2.029 IV Gram 3. Riau Pekanbaru 101,80 XIII Gram 4. Banten Soekarno Hatta 25.766,30 I Gram 5. DKI Jakarta Halim 704,20 XI Gram 6. Jawa Barat Bandung 775 X Gram 7. Jawa Tengah Surakarta 12 XIV Gram 8. DI Yogyakarta Yogyakarta 1.245 VII Gram 9. Jawa Timur Juanda 1.537,90 VI Gram 10. Bali Ngurah Rai 1.231 VIII Gram 11. NTB Mataram 2.634 III Gram 12. Sulawesi Selatan Makasar 1.000 IX Gram 13. Sulawesi Utara Manado 6.000 II Gram 14. Kalsel Balikpapan 177 XII Gram JUMLAH 44.904,13 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
  • 42. 42Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table 72. Jumlah dan Ranking Barang Bukti Daun Ganja Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI PELABUHAN TAHUN 2012 KET JUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Riau Dumai 21,50 II Gram 2. Kepri Tanjung Balai Karimun 22 I Gram JUMLAH 43,50 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table 73. Jumlah dan Barang Bukti Heroin Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun 2012 NO PROVINSI PELABUHAN TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Riau Dumai 1.385 III Gram 2. Kepri Tanjung Pinang 4.250 II Gram Batam Centre 5 IV Gram 5. Jawa Tengah Tanjung Emas 4.500 I Gram JUMLAH 10.140 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table 74. Jumlah Barang Bukti Ekstasi Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI PELABUHAN TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Riau 1. Dumai 93,50 III Gram 2. Bengkalis 24 IV Gram 3. Selat Panjang 4,50 VI Gram 2. Kepri 1. Tanjung Balai Karimun 3.513,50 II Gram 2. Batam Centre 10,25 V Gram 3. DKI Jakarta Tanjung Priok 378.435,80 I Gram JUMLAH 382.081,55 Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table75. Jumlah Barang Bukti Shabu Sitaan di Pelabuhan Tahun 2012 NO PROVINSI PELABUHAN TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Sumut 1. Teluk Nibung 258,30 II Gram 2. Riau 1. Bengkalis 156,68 III Gram 2. Selat Panjang 302,30 I Gram 3. Kepri 1. Tanjung Pinang 4.000 V Gram 2. Batam Centre 9.615 IV Gram 4. Sumbar Teluk Bayur 0,40 VII Gram 5. Jateng Tanjung Emas 3.240 VI Gram JUMLAH 17.572,68 - Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
  • 43. 43Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table76. Jumlah Barang Bukti Ganja Sitaan di Perbatasan Tahun 2012 NO PROVINSI PERBATASAN TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Papua Jayapura 2.000 I Gram JUMLAH 2.000 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table77. Jumlah Barang Bukti Shabu Sitaan di Perbatasan Tahun 2012 NO PROVINSI PERBATASAN TAHUN 2012 KETJUMLAH RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Kalbar Entikong 28.612,18 I Gram 2. NTT Atapupu 5.456,10 II Gram 3. Papua Jayapura 4.000 III Gram JUMLAH 38.068,28 - Gram Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013 Table78. Jumlah Tersangka Narkotika Berdasarkan Kewarganegaraan Tahun 2012 NO. WARGA NEGARA JUMLAH TERSANGKA NARKOTIKA TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Indonesia 91 2. Malaysia 20 3. Singapura 2 4. Thailand 1 5. India 1 6. China 4 7. Jerman 1 8. Italia 1 9. Belanda 1 10. Inggris 2 11. Nigeria 3 12. Rusia 2 13. Brasil 1 14. Austalia 1 15. Afrika Selatan 3 16. Uganda 1 17. Sierra Leonean 1 J U M L A H 136 Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2013
  • 44. 44Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table79. Jumlah Tersangka Narkotika Berdasarkan Jenis Kelamin Tahun 2012 NO. JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH TERSANGKA NARKOTIKA TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Laki-laki 101 2. Perempuan 35 J U M L A H 136 Sumber : Ditjen Bea dan Cukai Kementerian Keuangan RI, March 2012 j. Data Narapidana dan Tahanan Kasus Narkoba di Seluruh IndonesiaTahun 2012 dari Kementerian Hukum dan HAM RI Table80. Jumlah Narapidana dan Tahanan Kasus Narkoba di Seluruh Indonesia Per Provinsi Tahun 2012 NO. NAMA KANWIL JUMLAH NARAPIDANA & TAHANAN TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Aceh 2.490 2. Sumatera Utara 6.148 3. Sumatera Barat 1.148 4. Kepulauan Riau 1.104 5. Riau 2.032 6. Jambi 993 7. Sumatera Selatan 2.113 8. Bangka Belitung 435 9. Lampung 658 10. Bengkulu 383 11. Banten 3.615 12. DKI Jakarta 8.745 13. Jawa Barat 7.374 14. DI Yogyakarta 398 15. Jawa Tengah 3.216 16. Jawa Timur 5.025 17. Kalimantan Barat 831 18. Kalimantan Tengah 584 19. Kalimantan Selatan 2.694 20. Kalimantan Timur 1.733 21. Sulawesi Utara 76 22. Gorontalo 39 23. Sulawesi Tengah 275 24. Sulawesi Selatan 1.389 25. Sulawesi Barat 35
  • 45. 45Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 26. Sulawesi Tenggara 176 27. Bali 642 28. Nusa Tenggara Barat 434 29. Nusa Tenggara Timur 34 30. Maluku 77 31. Maluku Utara 72 32. Papua Barat 30 33. Papua 147 J U M L A H 55.145 Sumber : Ditjen Pemasyarakatan Kementerian Hukum dan HAM RI, March 2012 Table81. Jumlah Narapidana dan Tahanan Kasus Narkoba di Seluruh Indonesia Per Provinsi Berdasarkan Bandar/Pengedar dan Pengguna Tahun 2012 NO. NAMA KANWIL KASUS NARKOBA JUMLAHBANDAR/ PENGEDAR PENGGUNA 1 2 3 4 5 1. Aceh 1.490 1.000 2.490 2. Sumatera Utara 2.287 3.861 6.148 3. Sumatera Barat 456 692 1.148 4. Kepulauan Riau 874 230 1.104 5. Riau 1.416 616 2.032 6. Jambi 598 395 993 7. Sumatera Selatan 675 1.438 2.113 8. Bangka Belitung 296 139 435 9. Lampung 305 353 658 10. Bengkulu 286 97 383 11. Banten 1.784 1.831 3.615 12. DKI Jakarta 7.532 1.213 8.745 13. Jawa Barat 4.767 2.607 7.374 14. DI Yogyakarta 86 312 398 15. Jawa Tengah 2.200 1.016 3.216 16. Jawa Timur 515 4.510 5.025 17. Kalimantan Barat 255 576 831 18. Kalimantan Tengah 132 452 584 19. Kalimantan Selatan 1.234 1.460 2.694 20. Kalimantan Timur 1.105 628 1.733 21. Sulawesi Utara 13 63 76 22. Gorontalo 39 39 23. Sulawesi Tengah 82 193 275 24. Sulawesi Selatan 683 706 1.389 25. Sulawesi Barat 35 35
  • 46. 46Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 5 26. Sulawesi Tenggara 83 93 176 27. Bali 244 398 642 28. Nusa Tenggara Barat 335 99 434 29. Nusa Tenggara Timur 2 32 34 30. Maluku 23 54 77 31. Maluku Utara 54 18 72 32. Papua Barat 1 29 30 33. Papua 131 16 147 J U M L A H 29.944 25.201 55.145 Sumber : Ditjen Pemasyarakatan Kementerian Hukum dan HAM RI, March2013 k. Data Tahanan Kasus Narkotika di Seluruh IndonesiaTahun 2012 dariBNN Table82. Jumlah Tahanan Kasus NarkotikaBerdasarkan Kewarganegaraan Tahun 2012 NO. WARGA NEGARA JUMLAH TAHANAN TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Indonesia 182 2. Iran 2 3. Malaysia 2 4. Nigeria 11 5. Kenya 1 6. Sierra Leone 1 7. Kamerun 1 8. Afrika Selatan 1 9. Pantai Gading 1 J U M L A H 202 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Pemberantasan BNN, March 2013 Table83. Jumlah Tahanan Kasus NarkotikaBerdasarkan Jenis Kelamin Tahun2012 NO. JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH TAHANAN TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Pria 158 2. Wanita 44 J U M L A H 202 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Pemberantasan BNN, March 2013
  • 47. 47Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table84. Jumlah Tahanan Kasus NarkotikaBerdasarkan Kelompok Usia Tahun 2012 NO. KELOMPOK USIA JUMLAH TAHANAN TAHUN 2012 1 2 4 1. < 16 Tahun 0 2. 16 – 20 Tahun 4 3. 21 – 25 Tahun 25 4. 26 – 30 Tahun 38 5. 31 – 35 Tahun 53 6. 36 – 40 Tahun 39 7. 41 – 45 Tahun 24 8. 46 – 50 Tahun 11 9. > 50 Tahun 8 J U M L A H 202 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Pemberantasan BNN, March 2013 g. DataJumlah Penuntutan dan Terpidana Mati WNA dan WNI Perkara Narkotika dan PsikotropikaTahun 2012 dari Kejaksaan Agung RI Table85. Jumlah Penuntutan Narkotika dan Psikotropika Per Provinsi Tahun 2012 NO. PROVINSI JUMLAH PENUNTUTAN KASUS JUMLAH KET. NARKOTIKA PSIKOTROPIKA 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Aceh 210 0 210 2. Sumatera Utara 430 3 433 3. Sumatera Barat 135 2 137 4. Riau 242 0 242 5. Kepulauan Riau 0 0 0 6. Jambi 236 0 236 7. Sumatera Selatan 32 0 32 8. Bengkulu 85 0 85 9. Lampung 331 0 331 10. Bangka Belitung 147 0 147 11. Banten 192 44 236 12. DKI Jakarta 2.008 79 2.087
  • 48. 48Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 5 6 13. Jawa Barat 675 5 680 14. Jawa Tengah 210 28 238 15. DI Yogyakarta 226 85 311 16. Jawa Timur 813 14 827 17. Kalimantan Barat 23 1 24 18. Kalimantan Selatan 210 5 215 19. Kalimantan Timur 293 12 305 20. Kalimantan Tengah 75 0 75 21. Bali 88 0 88 22. Nusa Tenggara Barat 27 0 27 23. Nusa Tenggara Timur 12 0 12 24. Sulawesi Selatan 25 1 26 25. Sulawesi Barat 0 0 0 26. Sulawesi Tenggara 22 0 22 27. Sulawesi Tengah 0 0 0 28. Sulawesi Utara 33 0 33 29. Gorontalo 2 0 2 30. Maluku 4 1 5 31. Maluku Utara 1 0 1 32. Papua 1 0 1 33. Papua Barat - - - JUMLAH 6.788 280 7.068 Sumber : Kejaksaan Agung Republik Indonesia, March 2013 Table86. Jumlah Terpidana Mati WNA dan WNI Perkara Narkotika danPsikotropika Tahun 2012 NO. WARGA NEGARA TEMPAT DI TAHAN JUMLAH KET. 1 2 3 4 5 1. Australia LP. Denpasar 2 Inkracht 2. Belanda LP Nusakambangan 1 1 Inkracht Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 3. Brazil LP Nusakambangan 1 1 Inkracht Masih dalam proses upaya hukum
  • 49. 49Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 5 4. China LP Nusakambangan 4 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 5. Ghana LP Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 6. India LP Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 7. Indonesia Lp Tangerang Lp Nusakambangan Lp Palembang Lp Cipinang Lp Batam 5 5 1 1 3 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 8. Malawi LP Tangerang 1 Inkracht 9. Malaysia Lp Cipinang Lp Nusakambangan Lp Lampung 1 1 1 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 10. Nigeria Lp Nusakambangan 4 3 Inkracht Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 11. Pakistan Lp Nusakambangan 2 Inkracht 12. Perancis Lp Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 13. Zimbabwe Lp Nusakambangan 1 1 Inkracht Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 14. Philipina Lp Sleman 1 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 15. Senegal Lp Nusakambangan 1 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 16. Vietnam Lp Semarang 1 Masih dalam proses upaya hukum 17. Afrika Selatan Lp Denpasar LP Madiun 1 1 Inkracht Masih dalam proses upaya hukum JUMLAH 48 Sumber : Kejaksaan Agung Republik Indonesia, March 2013
  • 50. 50Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 h. Data Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Narkotika, Psikotropika dan Zat Adiktif Tahun 2012dari Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan Table87. Jumlah Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Narkotika Per Provinsi Tahun 2012 NO. NAMA BALAI BESAR/ BALAI POM JML SAM- PEL HASIL PENGUJIAN JML H E R O I N K O D E I N K O K A I N G A N J A MET- AM- PE- TA- MIN M D M A NE- GA- TIF NAR KO- TI- KA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 BBPOM Jakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 BBPOM Banda Aceh 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 3 BBPOM Bandar Lampung 37 0 0 0 29 5 2 1 37 4 BBPOM Bandung 350 0 1 0 280 51 0 0 332 5 BBPOM Banjarmasin 349 0 0 0 0 310 11 17 338 6 BBPOM Denpasar 9 0 0 1 3 2 1 1 8 7 BBPOM Jayapura 71 0 0 0 53 12 1 5 71 8 BBPOM Makassar 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 9 BBPOM Manado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 BBPOM Mataram 85 1 0 0 32 48 0 4 85 11 BBPOM Medan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 BBPOM Padang 98 0 0 0 62 35 1 0 98 13 BBPOM Palembang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 BBPOM Pekanbaru 133 0 0 0 27 88 12 1 128 15 BBPOM Pontianak 314 4 0 0 12 226 46 22 310 16 BBPOM Samarinda 7 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 17 BBPOM Semarang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 BBPOM Surabaya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 BBPOM Yogyakarta 5 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 4 20 BPOM Ambon 22 0 0 0 16 6 0 0 22 21 BPOM Bengkulu 150 0 0 0 82 62 3 3 150 22 BPOM Jambi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 BPOM Gorontalo 22 0 0 0 0 20 0 1 21 24 BPOM Kendari 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 BPOM Kupang 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 BPOM Palangkaraya 33 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 7 27 BPOM Palu 141 0 0 0 7 78 1 0 86 T O T A L 1.836 5 1 1 609 953 80 59 1.708 Sumber :Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, March 2013
  • 51. 51Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table88. Jumlah Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Psikotropika Per Provinsi Tahun 2012 NO. NAMA BALAI BESAR/ BALAI POM HASIL PENGUJIAN JMLALPRA- ZOLAM DIAZE- PAM FLU- NITRA- ZEPAM NIME- TAZE- PAM NITRA- ZEPAM NEGA- TIF PSIKO- TROPI- KA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 BBPOM Jakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 BBPOM Banda Aceh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 BBPOM Bandar Lampung 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 BBPOM Bandung 10 0 0 0 2 0 12 5 BBPOM Banjarmasin 4 3 0 0 0 0 7 6 BBPOM Denpasar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 BBPOM Jayapura 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 BBPOM Makassar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 BBPOM Manado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 BBPOM Mataram 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 BBPOM Medan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 BBPOM Padang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 BBPOM Palembang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 BBPOM Pekanbaru 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 15 BBPOM Pontianak 0 0 0 1 2 1 4 16 BBPOM Samarinda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 BBPOM Semarang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 BBPOM Surabaya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 BBPOM Yogyakarta 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 20 BPOM Ambon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 BPOM Bengkulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 BPOM Jambi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 BPOM Gorontalo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 BPOM Kendari 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 BPOM Kupang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 BPOM Palangkaraya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 BPOM Palu 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 T O T A L 16 4 1 1 5 1 28 Sumber :Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, March 2013
  • 52. 52Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Table89. Jumlah Hasil Pengujian Barang Bukti Tindak Pidana Zat Adiktif Per Provinsi Tahun 2012 NO. NAMA BALAI BESAR/ BALAI POM HASIL PENGUJIAN JML P A R A C E T A M O L P S E U D O E F E D R I N E F E D R I N K L O R O Q U I N C T M T R I H E K S I F E N I D I L DEK- STRO- MET- HOR- FAN HBR C A R I S O P R O D O L T R A M A D O L K E T A M I N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 BBPOM Jakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 BBPOM Banda Aceh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 BBPOM Bandar Lampung 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 BBPOM Bandung 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 6 5 BBPOM Banjarmasin 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 6 BBPOM Denpasar 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 BBPOM Jayapura 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 BBPOM Makassar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 BBPOM Manado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 BBPOM Mataram 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 BBPOM Medan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 BBPOM Padang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 BBPOM Palembang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 BBPOM Pekanbaru 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 15 BBPOM Pontianak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 BBPOM Samarinda 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 5 17 BBPOM Semarang 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 BBPOM Surabaya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 BBPOM Yogyakarta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 BPOM Ambon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 BPOM Bengkulu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 BPOM Jambi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 BPOM Gorontalo 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 24 BPOM Kendari 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 BPOM Kupang 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 26 BPOM Palangkaraya 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 15 1 0 26 27 BPOM Palu 0 0 0 0 0 50 4 0 0 0 54 T O T A L 1 1 3 1 1 58 19 15 1 1 101 Sumber :Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, March 2013
  • 53. 53Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 i. Data Rekomendasi Prekursor Non Farmasi yang Dikeluarkan Tahun 2012 dari BNN Table90. Data Rekomendasi Prekursor Non Farmasi Tahun 2012 NO. NAMA PERUSAHAAN JENIS PREKURSOR JUMLAH PREKURSOR 1 2 3 4 1. PT. Hikindo Mandiri Hydrochloric Acid 1.000 MT 2. PT. Elang Kurnia Sakti Hydrochloric Acid KOREA (KOREA) 35.000 kg @ 20 kg/jer CP Grade (Hongkong) 1,960 botol @ 2,95 kg/btl Sulphuric Acid KOREA (KOREA) 36.000 kg @ 30 kg/jer CP Grade (Hongkong) 950 botol @ 4,60 kg/btl 3. PT. Karunia Jasindo Hydrochloric Acid No.HS 2806.10.00.00 0,1/mol/1 HCl (N/10) (Kanto) 20 liter 6mol/1 HCl (6N) (Kanto) 500 mlt HCl (EOS) 1.200 liter HCl (Kanto) 4 liter Acetone No. HS 2914.11.00.00 Acetone (Kanto) 3 liter Sulfuric Acid No. HS 2807.00.10.00 (Kanto) 3 liter (EOS) 1.200 liter 4. PT. Indochemical Citra Kimia Acetone 14.000 MT Methyl Ethyl Ketone 25.000 MT Toluene 93.000 MT 5. PT. PKG Lautan Indonesia Toluene 12.000 ton Acetone 4.000 ton Methyl Ethyl Ketone 4.000 ton 6. PT. Prochem Tritama Hydrochloric Acid 26.240 kg Acetone 30.720 kg Sulfuric Acid 31.200 kg Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) 13.200 kg 7. PT. Fanindo Chiptronic Acetone 3.6000 liter MEK 2.000 liter Toluene 6.3000 liter 8. PT. Praganusa Toluene ASTM RF Grade Antioxidant 900 kg = 5 drum x @ 180 kg net 9. PT. Printechnindo Raya Utama MEK 17.900 liter (4.750 box) 10. PT. Itochu Indonesia Toluene 9.000 MT (toleransi 5%) MEK 3.000 MT (toleransi 5%) 3.000 MT (toleransi 5%) 11. PT. Indonesian Acids Industry Sulphuric Acid (H2SO4) 35%-36% 42,72 MT (2 FCL 20')
  • 54. 54Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 4 12. PT. Rukun Persada Makmur Potassium Permanganate 40.000 kg 13. PT. Nagase Impor-Ekspor Indonesia hydrochloric acid (HCL) 36% 1.600 kg 14. PT. Samchem Prasandha Acetone 750 MT 15. PT. Arta Palu Sassafras Oil (mengandung 90% Safrole) 34.400 kg (160 drum x @ 215 kg Nett) 16. PT. EDF System Integration Methyl ethyl ketone 400 liter (kemasan botol, @ 0,8 liter) 500 liter (kemasan botol, @5 liter) 17. PT. AKR Corporindo, Tbk Asam Sulfat 20.000 MT 18. PT. AIK Moh Chemicals Indonesia Sulphuric Acid 40 ton Acetone 24 ton Toluene 30 ton MEK 16 ton HCl 28 ton H2SO4 30 ton 19. PT. Halim Sakti Pratama Potassium Permanganate 60 MT (3 FCL) 20. PT. Mulya Adhi Pratama Acetone 3.500 MT MEK 3.000 MT Toluene 14.000 MT 21. PT. Sinar Berkat Anugrah Potassium Permanganate 40.000 kg (@ 50 kg/drum) 22. PT. Udaya Anugerah Abadi Toluene 5.000 MT MEK 2.000 MT Acetone 1.000 MT 23. PT. Multiredjeki Kita Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) 2.000 liter = 800 x 2,5 liter Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4) 1.750 liter = 700 x 2,5 liter 160 liter = 40 x 4 liter 24. PT. Anugrah Inti Artha Potassium Permanganate 40.000 kg 25. PT. Brataco Potassium Permanganate 60 MT 26. PT. Sari Sarana Kimia Acetone 300 MT MEK 2.000 MT Toluene 6.000 MT 27. PT. Sinarkimia Utama Potassium Permanganate 20 MT = 400 drum = 1 FCl 28. PT. Jatika Nusa Potassium Permanganate 40.000 kg BP 2000 Sumber :Direktorat Psikotropika dan Prekursor BNN, March 2013
  • 55. 55Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 j. Data Hasil Pengujian Sampel Laboratorium Narkoba Tahun 2012 dari BNN Table91. Jumlah Hasil PengujianSampel Laboratorium Narkoba BNN Tahun 2012 NO. BULAN NARKOTIKA PSIKOTROPIKA NEGATIF PREKURSOR JMLRAW MATE- RIAL URINE RAW MATE- RIAL URINE RAW MATE- RIAL URINE RAW MATE- RIAL URINE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1. Januari 1.116 89 12 0 20 68 0 0 1.305 2. Pebruari 1.233 100 2 0 26 38 3 0 1.402 3. March 1.099 79 17 0 23 26 3 0 1.247 4. April 1.138 97 14 0 15 29 0 0 1.293 5. Mei 1.099 104 6 0 25 47 0 0 1.281 6. Juni 1.356 78 10 0 15 21 0 0 1.480 7. Juli 916 73 24 0 23 21 0 0 1.057 8. Agustus 634 61 1 0 10 21 0 0 727 9. September 1.000 67 11 0 23 25 0 0 1.126 10. Oktober 1.376 88 16 0 23 25 0 0 1.528 11. November 1.455 108 13 0 25 36 3 0 1.640 12. Desember 1.236 64 14 0 24 25 0 0 1.363 JUMLAH 13.658 1.008 140 0 252 382 9 0 15.449 Sumber : UPT Laboratorium Uji Narkoba BNN, March 2013 a. Demand Reduction. a. Results of 2012 BNN Studies and Researches . 1) Profile of the company involved in the Survey 69% of companies contacted were willing to join in the survey. Among them 993 from 9 sectors of business joined the survey. The average number of employees vary from 132 in the transportation/warehouse sectors and communication, and 630 from agriculture/plantations/forestry/fishery. Three out of four workers are males. The proportion of male workers at the mining and excavation sectors reached 90%. The proportion of private and government-owned companies varies depending on the sectors, although most are not government-owned. The largest proportion from government-owned companies is from the sectors of electricity, gas and city water (82%) and public services/social/individuals (75%). Table92. Distribution of Companies based on Sectors, Number of Emplyees and Status of Ownership
  • 56. 56Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 NO. SECTOR TOTAL COMPAN IES AVERAGE NUMBER OF WORKERS * % OF MALE % OF GOVERN MENT- OWNED 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Agriculture/Plantation/Forestry/La bour/Fishery 53 630 79,2 18,9 2. Mining & Excavation 29 189 89,7 17,2 3. Electricity, Gas and City Water 66 202 80,3 81,8 4. Construction 40 105 67,5 10,0 5. Trade/Restaurants/ Accomodation 199 146 66,3 2,0 6. Transportation/Warehouse/ Communicaation 76 132 71,1 39,5 7. Financial Institutin/Real Estate/Leasing/ Company Services 151 163 70,9 42,4 8. Public Service/ Social and Personal 175 197 66,7 74,9 9. Processing Industry 204 493 73,5 4,9 Total 993 258 71,3 31,4 Note : *Average workers per company Only 36% of companies allocate a budget for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), but there is no report on the utilization of this funding for activities on P4GN. 33% stated they have once worked together with other agencies in P4GN activities although not directly. . 2) Socio-demographic characteristics of Worker Respondents The Drug Survey on Workers in 2012 covered 25,026 workers spread in 33 provinces with a proportion of 57% males. The Survey conducted in 2009 covered 10 provinces with a total of 12,254 respondents, and 63% proportion of males. The age of respondents are between 30 – 40 years, the average age of 32 years in the 2012 survey, and 36 years in 2009. The average age of female workers in both surveys are 2 to 3 years younger than male workers. The level of education in both surveys does not differ. Approx. half of respondents have finished Senior High School or of the same degree. 37% passed academy of university. Female workers have a larger proportion in higher education. More than half of respondents in both surveys are married, both women and male workers, with a larger proportion among male workers. Three-fourth or more of respondents in both surveys live with their family/next kin, and one-fourth or one-fifth of respondents live on their own or with a friend in a dormitory or boarding/rented rooms. More than half of respondents are permanent workers, the remaining are on a contract for a certain period of time, or paid on a daily basis. The level of earnings has increased in the past three years, but almost half of
  • 57. 57Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 respondents still earn only Rp. 1.5 million, or less. Most of the respondents admit having problems and face physical and psychological pressures. Approx. 40% report they work at night. 3) Level, Trend and Pattern of Drug Abuse The prevalence of drug abuse has not changed in the past 3 years, which 5% (see Table 4). Prevalence Rate Based on Gender The prevalence rate among males is higher than among females. The 2009 survey on workers in 10 provinces reports the prevalence in the past year was 5.2%, higher among males (6.5%) than among females (3.0%). While the survey in 2012 in 33 provinces reports the prevalence rate of drug abuse in the past year is 4.7%, somewhat higher among male workers (5.4%) than female workers (3.6%). However, in the same 10 provinces of the 2009 survey the prevalence rate in the past year is higher, namely 5.1%, and higher among male workers (5.9%) than among females (4.0%). Table93. Prevalensi Penyalahguna Narkoba Setahun Terakhir Menurut Jenis Kelamin, Tahun 2009 dan 2012 NO. JENIS KELAMIN NARKOBA SETAHUN 2009* 2012* 2012** 1 2 3 4 5 1. L + P 5,2 (13.641) 5,1 (7.659) 4,7 (25.026) 2. Laki-Laki 6,5 (8.280) 5,9 (4.372) 5,4 (14.404) 3. Perempuan 3,0 (5.064) 4,0 (3.287) 3,6 (10.622) Note : - * in the same 10 provinces - ** in 33 provinces a) Prevalence Rate Based on Age At a younger age below 30 years the prevalence is higher compared to above 30 years. It is worth noting that there is a two-fold increase in the prevalence rate among women above 30 years, from 1.8% to 4.1%. b) Prevalence Based on Education Level The prevalence rate of drug abuse among workers with a higher level of education is higher. The difference in rate is more apparent among women workers.
  • 58. 58Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 . c) Prevalence Based on Marital Status The group of unmarried/single or divorced is more vulnerable to drug abuse. The influence of marriage is more apparent among males. The prevalence rate in the single/unmarried group is 2 to 3- fold higher compared to married people. . d) Prevalence Rate Based on Domicile The environmental situation influences drug abuse. Those who live with a friend or alone are more vulnerable to drug abuse than those who live with their family/family member. Dormitory/boarding /rented rooms/mess/barracks are the most liable places to drug abuse. e) Prevalence Based on Sector of Business Workers in the sectors of mining, construction and services are more liable to drug abuse than in other sectosr. f) Prevalence Based on Province The prevalence rate among workers vary in different provinces from 1% to 8%. Some provinces with a prevalence rate above 6% among male workers are North Sumatera, Riau Islands, Jambi, Lampung, Bali, East Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, South Sulawesi and Maluku. . DKI Jakarta has the highest prevalence rate in 2009 (10.4%), but in 2012 it decreased to half. The decline is seen in both genders, in particular among females. Some provinces show a higher rate of drug abuse among female workers, for example, West Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi, Aceh (NAD), West Sumatera, South Sulawesi. This situation is related to the consumption of different drugs among males and females. Female workers mostly consume dextro and ketamine. These two drugs are legal medicines and are much consumed by people in the sub-sector of health. g) Prevalence Rate based on Type of Drug Referring to UNODC classification drugs are classified in 7 main groups, i.e. cannabis, opiates, ATS, tranquilizers, hallucinogens, inhalants, and over-the-counter drugs.
  • 59. 59Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 The survey indicates the diffeterence in consumption of substances among males and females. Among males the most consumed drugs are cannabis, shabu, ecstasy, and analgesics. The drugs of choice among females are cannabis, ecstasy, shabu, luminal, xanax/camlet, and dextro. Over-the-counter drugs are the most consumed drugs in Indonesia. The consumption of cannabis tends to decrease in the past 3 years. This drug is more consumed among males. Opiates tend to increase in consumption among males as well as females. The increase in drug consumption is seen higher among females, especially for heroin and methadone. Consumption of Amphetamine-type Stimulants (ATS) is relatively stable. However, amphetamines tend to increase among females. Tranquilizers tend to increase among males and females.However, among females this increase is approx. 2-fold in the past 3 years. This increase is motivated by consumption of ketamine and luminal. Misuse of luminal is largely found in the sector of health. The use of hallucinogens also tends to increase. This is motivated by the large consumption of LSD among women. The same pattern is seen among over-the-counter medicines. There is quite a large increase in dextro sales, which is also largely consumed among women. Dextro has become the favorite drug in 2012, in particular among women. Meanwhile, consumption of cannabis, ecstasy and shabu tends to decrease in the past 3 years, among males as well as females. However, caution should be made on the increase of heroin use which is related to injecting drug use among the high risk group of HIV infected. Type of Drug and Province Some types of drugs largely consumed are dextro, cannabis, ecstasy, shabu, codeine, analgesics (excessive drinking or mixed with soda drinks), and amphetamines.. At present dextro is the most popular in most of the provinces, since this drug can be purchased freely in drug stores, with a relatively cheap price. This drug is a tranquilizer commonly used as a supplement with other drugs (multiple drug use). Dextro is largely consumed by female workers. This is likely to calm themselves down due to the high stress they have to face. Dextro is popular in the provinces West Sulawesi, Aceh (NAD) and Bengkulu.. Cannabis is still the most favorite drug, and largely consumed in the provinces North Sumatera, Jambi and Maluku, and mostly consumed among males, especially in North Sumatera, Jambi and Lampung. Ecstasy is
  • 60. 60Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 largely consumedin South, East and West Kalimantan. Shabu is more popular in South and East Kalimantan, and North Sumatera. Smoking and Alcohol a) Based on Gender and Age Behaviour of smoking and/or alcohol drinking is related to gender. Three among four male workers smoke and one among four drink alcohol. Among females only 8% admit smoking and 5% drink alcohol. The prevalence of smoking does not differ by age, while alcohol drinking is higher below 30 years, both among male and female workers. Smoking tends to increase in the past 3 years among males, but alcohol tends to decrease. Prevalence rate of smoking and drinking differs according to the level of education, which is higher among the group of low and medium level education, in particular among males. However, the rate of smoking has increased in all levels of education. Meanwhile, the prevalence of alcohol is stable among males, and tends to decrease among females. . b) Based on Marital Status Marital status has no relation with smoking behavior, but is related to alcohol drinking. Alcohol drinking is higher in the group of singles/non married and divorced, or living together. Based on Domicile The tendency of smoking and alcohol drinking is higher among those who live with a friend than living alone or with family. c) Based on Business Sector The prevalence of smoking increases at all sectors, both among males and females. The highest prevalence rate is in the construction sector, in 2009 as well as in 2012. The trend of alcohol drinking among males varies by sectors, but tends to decline at all sectors among women. d) Smoking, Drinking and Drug Abuse Smoking and drinking is related to drug abuse. The prevalence of drug abuse is 3-fold higher among male and female smoking workers, and 4-fold among drinking among drinking workers, male and female. Presentation of P4GN to Workers and their knowledge on P4GN
  • 61. 61Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 The proportion of respondents having heard of and know about drugs have increased among males and females. Almost 90% of respondents admitted having heard of drugs, but only 70% stated they know about drugs. They know from television, newspaper/magazines and radio. Other information sources: from friends, family members, teacher and religious leaders. Cannabis, ecstasy, shabu and heroin are frequently mentioned as types of drugs. Less than one-fourth of respondents know the presence of P4GN programs at companies, but less than 10% were ever involved in these programs. e) Drug Circulation The number of respondents who offered or are offered drugs indicate the level of drug circulation. Indeed, the rate of those being offered is relatively small, but tends to escalate almost two-fold, in particular being offered by friends/neighbour, outside the house or work environment. There are respondents who admitted being offered by a relative. The role of the dealer is much more smaller than friends or a neighbour outside the work environment. Respondents mentioned drugs are circulated at discoteques, pubs, karaoke and schools or campus.. Frequency of news on drug seizures on television and in newspapers indicate the flourishing drug circulation; also statements of company managers during the survey. “ ....... it has reached all corners and all ages” (WM Company Manager, Riau) “......I have a friend, a doctor who works with us, dr HD, he told me about drug cases handled by them, that increase by the day. We frequently share information with doctors of Bhayangkara Hospital...”(Wm, Company Manager, NTT) 5) Drug Policies among Workers
  • 62. 62Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 Most of the companies do not have a special policy against the problem of drugs. Although policies of the P4GN program have been communicated since 2005 by Regulation of Ministry of Labour and Transmigration No 11 of the year 2005 on the Implementation of Education in the Work environment, this regulation has not been implemented at all companies for many reasons, such as drug cases among workers are not many, and P4GN program is not a priority since there are more other needs. Some companies prioritize socialization of HIV/AIDS and No Smoking in the work environment. Most of the companies admit they are not familiar with Minister of Labour and Transmigration Regulation No 11 of the year 2005. “..not yet. We have only a K-3 month; in the month of February we invite institutions lik PMI (Red Cross) to give a training on First Aid an to safety riding and others. Frankly, for drugs I’m relay very anxious to invite BNN Province to our place...” (Wm Company Manager, South Kalimantan). Drug Prevention is issued in the Board of Directors Decision on work discipline/General Regulations. “Eee…we have policies on discipline, which you can see at my office eee…it is strictly prohibited to use drugs. So it is included in the policy, also prohibition of alcohol, and if they violate the regulation they will be heavily punished. It is also stated in Board of Directors Regulation...” (Wm Compny Manager, NTT). Only one-third (33%) of companies have cooperated with other institutions related to P4GN. BNNP, Office of Labour and Transmigration, and BNNK are the institutions that have worked together with several companies on the P4GN program. There are some forms of P4GN. For example, urine test, socialization of P4GN, seminars, information, banners, poster, balihos, and establishing anti drug cadres, including medical check up. 6) Urine Test Generally, the urine test is only applied at the time of the enrollment of new workers. The surveys of 2009 and 2012 indicate the same, one-fifth of respondents underwent a urine test at the time of new admissions. Only a small number of companies have a policy on periodical urine tests besides the initial test during new admissions of workers, namely 14% in
  • 63. 63Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 2009 and 10% in 2010. Some company managers stated that the cost of a urine test is too expensive. “…there is no written regulation, but at the time of the annual medical check up we will also check on drug abuse…”(Wm Company Manager, Banten). 7) Punishment/Sanctions by the Comjpany for Drug Abuse Workers The survey of 2009 and 2012 indicate that less than 10% of companies have sanctions for drug abuse workers. These sanctions vary in each company. Most of the companies still apply dismissal of drug abuse workers. In other policies companies report to the Police to have a strong ground for breaking off work relations. A smaller number of companies have a training center in cooperation with a hospital for handling drug abusers. Almost all companies apply a regulation on joint cooperation (PKB) signed by both parties at the initial enrollment of the new employee on the agreement of dismissal if the worker is identified a drug abuser. . 8) Conclusion a) The prevalence of drug abuse in the period 2009-2012 is relatively stable, indicating a rate of 5% in the past year. Drug abuse prevalence is higher among males, in the younger age group (<30 yrs), single status or divorced, living with a friend, and women with high income. Dddrug consumption is higher among workers in the sectors of construction, services, mining. Drugs of choice aong workers are Cannabis, ATS, and over-the counter medicines. b) Approx. ¾ of workers know the effect of drugs. Almost ¼ know about P4GN activities in the company, but only 10% are involved in these activities. 1/3 of companies/work units have implemented P4GN activities, but only a small number maintain regularly P4GN activities in guiding drug abuse workers. Socialization of Act No 35 35/2009 and Minister of Labour and Transmigration Regulation No 11/2005 do not cover all components in the company/work unit. b. Drug Abusers Treated at T&R Facilities and at BNN T&R UPT, including Ex drug addicts having attended Post Rehabilitation Program 2012 from BNN 1) Data Penyalah guna yang Dirawat di Tempat T & R Seluruh Indonesia Tahun 2012 Table 94. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Jenis Kelamin Tahun 2012 NO. JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH 1 2 3
  • 64. 64Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1. Laki-laki 12.277 2. Perempuan 1.325 JUMLAH 13.602 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013 Table 95. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Kelompok Usia Tahun 2012 NO. KELOMPOK USIA JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN 1 2 3 4 5 1. < 15 Tahun 110 24 134 2. 15 – 20 Tahun 823 118 941 3. 21 – 25 Tahun 2.029 233 2.262 4. 26 – 30 Tahun 3.845 554 4.399 5. 31 – 35 Tahun 3.380 212 3.592 6. 36 – 40 Tahun 1.346 108 1.454 7. > 40 Tahun 744 76 821 JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013 Table 96. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Pendidikan Tahun 2012 NO. PENDIDIKAN JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN 1 2 3 4 5 1. SD 663 186 849 2. SMP 1.495 347 1.842 3. SMA 6.247 419 6.666 4. Akademi 578 44 622 5. Perguruan Tinggi 818 77 895 6. Tidak Terdata 2.476 252 1.728 JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013 Table 97. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Berdasarkan Tingkat Pekerjaan Tahun 2012 NO. PEKERJAAN JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN 1 2 3 4 5
  • 65. 65Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1. Pelajar 1.615 384 1.999 2. Mahasiswa 631 57 688 3. Tidak Bekerja 3.520 375 3.895 4. Buruh (Tani, Tukang, dsb) 1.010 52 1.062 5. PNS 136 8 144 6. TNI/Polri 69 1 70 7. Swasta 1.535 142 1.677 8. Wiraswasta 1.783 107 1.890 9. Tidak Terdata 1.978 199 2.177 JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013 Table 98. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Status Perkawinan Tahun 2012 NO. STATUS JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN 1 2 3 4 5 1. Kawin 4.511 439 4.950 2. Tidak Kawin 7.197 701 7.898 3. Duda / Janda 569 185 754 JUMLAH 12.277 1.325 13.602 Sumber : Deputi Bidang Rehabilitasi BNN, March 2013 Table 99. Total Number of Drug Abusers Based on Religions 2012 NO. STATUS JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN 1 2 3 4 5 1. Moslem 6.973 830 7.803 2. Protestants 2.778 254 3.032 3. Catholic 299 18 317 4. Hindu 145 14 159 5. Budha 97 8 105 6. Khonghucu 7 2 9 7. Not recorded 1.978 199 2.177 TOTAL 12.277 1.325 13.602 Source : Deputy of Rehabilitatoni, BNN, March 2013 Table100. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba Seluruh IndonesiaBerdasarkan Jenis Narkoba yang Digunakan Tahun 2012 NO. JENIS NARKOBA YANG DIGUNAKAN JENIS KELAMIN JUMLAH
  • 66. 66Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 LAKI-LAKI PEREMPUAN 1 2 3 4 5 1. Cannabis 3.630 320 3.950 a. Marijuana 3.525 309 3.834 b. Hashish 105 11 116 2. Opiates 3.895 173 4.068 a. Heroin/Putaw 3.339 116 3.455 b. Morphine 185 12 197 c. Others 371 45 416 3. Cocaine 182 10 192 a. Powder (Salt) 181 10 191 b. Crack 1 0 1 4. ATS (Amphetamine Type Stimulant) 4.469 698 5.167 a. Amphetamine (e.g. : slimming drug)) 121 32 153 b. Methamphetamine (Shabu) 3.592 432 4.024 c. MDMA (Ecstasy) 756 234 990 5. Hypnotics – Sedatives (Depressant) 453 50 503 a. Barbiturates (Luminal, Nembutal, Amytal) 203 25 228 b. Benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Librium, Ativan, Alprazolam, Kamlet) 250 25 275 1 2 3 4 5 6. Hallucinogens 34 1 35 a. LSD 20 1 21 b. Mescaline, Psilocybin 14 0 14 7. Solvents and Inhalants 23 0 23 8. Other drug frequently used 1.416 75 1.491 a. DMP (Dextromethorphan) 188 7 195 b. Double L / Trihexyphenidyl 404 50 454 c. Kecubung (Atropin) 2 0 2 d. Ketamine 2 0 2 e. Subutex/Suboxone/Buprenorphine 716 12 728 f. Metadon 31 6 37 g. Tobacco 37 0 37 h. Analgesics 4 0 4 i. Diazepam 9 0 9 j. Alcohol 20 0 20 k. Others 3 0 3 TOTAL 14.102 1.327 15.429 SOURCE : Deputy of Rehabilitation, BNN, March 2013 2) Data Penyalahguna yang Dirawat di UPT T & R BNN Tahun 2012 Table 101. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNN Berdasarkan Jenis Kelamin Tahun 2012 NO. ADMISSIONS OF RESIDENTS TAHUN 2012
  • 67. 67Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2012 Edition 2013 1 2 3 1. Laki-Laki 832 2. Perempuan 76 JUMLAH 908 Sumber : UPT T & R BNN, March 2013 Table 102. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNNBerdasarkan Kelompok Usia Tahun 2012 NO. KELOMPOK USIA TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. < 16 Tahun 17 2. 16 – 20 Tahun 114 3. 21 – 25 Tahun 216 4. 26 – 30 Tahun 235 5. 31 – 35 Tahun 212 6. 36 – 40 Tahun 80 7. > 41 Tahun 34 JUMLAH 908 Sumber : UPT T & R BNN, March 2013 Table 103. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNNBerdasarkan Tingkat Pendidikan Tahun 2012 NO. PENDIDIKAN TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Elementary 41 2. Junior High 114 3. Senior High 465 4. Diplome 75 5. Undergradaute 84 6. Master 6 7. Not recorded 123 TOTAL 908 Sumber : UPT T & R BNN, March 2013 Table 104. Jumlah Penyalah guna Narkoba di UPT T & R BNNBerdasarkan Jenis Narkoba yang Digunakan Tahun 2012 NO. JENIS NARKOBA YANG DIGUNAKAN TAHUN 2012 1 2 3 1. Opiat 320 2. Methampetamin 673 3. THC 546 4. MDMA 341 5. Benzodiazepam 218 6. Kokain 36 7. Lainnya 108 JUMLAH 2.242