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Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012
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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
1. Global Trend of Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking
The problem of drug abuse and illicit drug trafficking maintains a serious threat to every
State in the world, as a result of the increase in illegal production, and the wide and fast-moving
distribution of the drugs that pass over every State. Consequently, drug abuse victims augment
every year.
The rigorous control on drugs by countries at global level resulted in restraining drug
distribution in Europe, America and Asia. However, in reality, drug transactions and illicit
trafficking by syndicates of organized crime continue to increase, making it necessary to exert
all efforts to protect the society from the threat of drugs.
UNODC estimates that 149 to 272 million people consumed drugs in 2009, i.e. 3.3%
among the age group 15 – 64 years, and it is estimated that half of the above number continues
to be drug abusers until today.
Cannabis/marijuana or ganja maintains the most consumed drug; approximately 125-203
people consumed ganja in 2008, followed by ATS (Amphetamine-type Stimulants), shabu
(meths) and ecstasy.
At the time the trend of heroin and cocaine consumption was believed in a stable
condition, or decreased, almost the majority of this region equally increased in the consumption
of prescription and synthetic drugs. Prescription drugs for non-medical use became a new
problem in a number of developed and developing countries.
In recent years some new compounds of synthetic drugs emerged in the black drug
market, known as Legal High as a substitute of cocaine and ecstasy. Another example is
piperazines and mephedrone, among the uncontrolled chemicals. Aside from the above, there
is indication of demand for synthetic cannabis known as Spice,traded in the internet and some
particular stores.
As regard the demand for drugs, every region depicts a different condition. A significant
demand for cannabis/ganja is noticed in almost all the regions, particularly in Africa and
Oceania. Demand for opiates dominates Europe and Asia, while cocaine is the main problem in
South America.
There is much demand for marijuana, opiates and cocaine in North America. Demand for
ATS does not dominate in the regions, but takes quite an important role in Asia and Oceania,
also in Europe and North America.
The production of opium is estimated at 195,700 hectares, the largest cultivation area of
123,000 HA in Afghanistan. Myanmar shows a 20% increase in opium cultivation compared to
2009, but the opium production indicated a significant decrease in 2010.
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There was indication that coca cultivation constanly decreased as much as 149,100 HA
in 2010 or the equal of 18% from 2007 to 2010.
2. Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking in Indonesia
The trend of drug abuse and illicit drug trafficking is indicated in the decrease of cases
and suspects for cannabis and heroin since 2007, likewise for hashish in 2011, compared to
2010. A quite significant decrease was also indicated for ecstasy, but increased significantly
for shabu from 2007 onwards. However, there was a sharp decrease in seizures of hashish, from
4,946.60 grams (2010) to 230.99 grams (2011), the equal of 2,041.48%. Seizures of ganja
increased from 22,689,916.05 grams (2010) to 25,053,44 grams (2011), or an equal of 94.6%.
There has been a constant increase in the distribution of shabu (meths) in the past 5 years
(2007-2011), as was indicated in the increase of cases and suspects with an average of 21.23%,
or from 5,456 cases in 2007 to 11,764 cases in 2011; also an increase of 16.47% of suspects
from 8,651 in 2007 to 15,683 in 2011. A sharp rise was seen in seizures of shabu, i.e. 208.4%,
from 354,065.84 grams (2010) to 1,092,029.09 grams (2011). Shabu seizures by the Directorate
of General of Customs & Excise also indicated an increase.
Based on the type of drugs in the period 2007-2011, the number of cases related to
narcotics, psychotropic substances and other addictive substances increased from 17,834 (2010)
to 19,045 (2011), or 6.8% for narcotics, from 1,181 (2010) to 1,601 (2011), for psycotropic
substances, 35.6%, or 7,599 (2010) to 9,067 (2011), and for other addictive substances 19.35%.
A national survey conducted by BNN and Health Research Center, University of
Indonesia in 2011 on Development of Drug Abuse in Indonesia (Social and Economic Loss)
indicates the prevalence rate of drug abuse has reached 2.2%, or 3,8 million from the total
population (age 10-60 years). This shows an increase of 0.21% compared to 2008, or a
percentage of 1.99% or 3.3 million individuals.
Based on data from BNN Deputy of Rehabilitation, 6,738 drug abusers/addicts have
received T&R services in 2011, the majority (1,555) among the group of 26-30 years. The most
consumed drug among the group treated 2,188 are for cannabis/ganja, and consecutively 2,117
for shabu, 1,423 for heroin, ecstasy, diazepam, cocaine and other drugs.
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CHAPTER II
DATA ON SUPPLY REDUCTION
1. Drug Cases in 2007 – 2011
Table 1. Number of Drug Cases Based on Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Note : Not included other dangerous substances.
Diagram 1. Total Drug Cases Based on Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011
From 2007-2010 cases of cannabis, heroin and ecstasy, indicated an average decrease of
9.9% for cannabis, 26.6% for heroin, and 23.5% for ecstasy, while cases of shabu increased
21.2%.
NO. CASES
YEAR
TOTAL
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
1. Cannabis 9,123 8,459 8,722 7,092 5,909 39,305
2. Heroin 2,246 1,534 797 652 597 5,826
3. Hashish 5 5 3 9 3 25
4. Cocaine 4 7 2 5 2 20
5. Codeine 2 2 - - - 4
6. Morphine - 1 - - - 1
7. Ecstasy 2,381 2,094 1,403 854 770 7,502
8. Shabu 5,456 6,522 7,648 9,122 11,764 40,612
9. Controlled
Medicines
1,452 1,167 1,040 904 1,273 5,836
10. Benzodiazepines - - 299 132 144 575
11. Barbiturates - - - 127 174 301
12. Ketamine - - - 13 10 23
13. Alcohol 1,943 9,429 10,742 7,451 8,880 38,445
TOTAL 22,612 29,220 30,656 26,461 29,526 138,475
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Cannabis Heroin Hashish Cocaine
Codein Morphine Ecstasy Shabu
Controlled Medicine Benzodiazepines Barbiturates Ketamine
Alcohol
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Table 2. Number of Drug Based on Drug Classification, 2007-2011
NO. YEAR
KASUS
TOTAL
%
INCR. (+)/
DECR. (-)
NARCO-
TICS
PSYCH.
SUBST.
OTHER
ADDIC-
TIVE
SUBST.
1. 2007 11,380 9,289 1,961 22,630
2. 2008 10,008 9,783 9,573 29,364 +29.75
3. 2009 11,135 8,779 10,964 30,878 + 5.16
4. 2010 17,834 1,181 7,599 26,614 -13.81
5. 2011 19,045 1,601 9,067 29,713 +11.64
TOTAL 69,402 30,633 39,164 139,196
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 2. Number of Drug Cases Based on Drug Classification, 2007–2011
The number of cases related to narcotics, psychotropic substances and other addictive
substances augmented significantly from 2010, namely, 6.8% or 1,211 cases for narcotics,
35.65 of 420 cases for psychotropic substances, and 19.3% or 1,468 cases for other addictive
substances.
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
2007 2008 2009 *2010 *2011
11,380
10,008 11,135
17,834 19,045
9,289
9,783 8,779
1,181
1,601
1,961
9,573
10,964
7,599
9,067
Narcotics Psych. Subst. Other Addictive Subst.
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Table 3. Number of Drug Cases Based on Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
TOTALCULTIVA
TION
PRODUCT
ION
DISTRIBU
TION
CONSUM
PTION
1. 2007 85 17 11,677 10,851 22,630
2. 2008 68 48 17,833 11,415 29,364
3. 2009 72 77 20,449 10,280 30,878
4. 2010 50 89 17,036 9,439 26,614
5. 2011 69 30 19,454 10,160 21,713
TOTAL 344 261 86,449 52,145 139,199
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 3. Number of Drug Cases Based on Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011
Cases related to distribution, consumption and cultivation increased by 14.2% or 2,418
cases in 2011, namely, 7.6% or 721 cases of consumption, 38% or 19 cases of cultivation, from
2010. A sharp rise occurred in 2011 for cultivation, namely, 66.3% or 59 cases.
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
85
68
72
50
69
17
48
77
89
30
11,677
17,833
20,449
17,036
19,454
10,851
11,415
10,280
9,439
10,160
Cultivation Production
Distribution Consumption
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Table 4. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011
NO. TYPE SUSPECTS TOTAL2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
1. Cannabis 15,116 11,580 11,998 9,631 7,823 56,148
2. Heroin 2,827 1,821 925 761 689 7,023
3. Hashish 5 6 3 9 3 26
4. Cocaine 4 10 2 5 3 24
5. Codeine 3 2 - - - 5
6. Morphine - 1 - - - 1
7. Ecstasy 3,415 2,947 1,919 1,077 953 10,311
8. Shabu 8,651 8,685 10,183 12,417 15,683 55,619
9. Controlled
Medicines
2,140 1,481 1,343 1,151 1,572 7,687
10. Benzodiazepines - - 395 168 195 758
11. Barbiturates - - - 169 219 388
12. Ketamine - - - 14 11 25
13. Alcohol 3,984 18,028 11,405 7,872 9,241 50,530
TOTAL 36,145 44,561 38,173 33,274 36,392 188,545
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Note : Not included suspects of other dangerous substances.
Diagram 4. Number of Drug suspects Based on the Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011
From 2007-2011 Cannabis/Ganja, heroin and ecstasy related suspects decreased with an
average of 14.6% for ganja, 28% for heroin, and 26% for ecstasy, while an increase was
indicated for shabu, namely 16.5%
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Cannabis Heroin Hashish Cocaine
Codeine Morphine Ecstasy Shabu
Controlled Medicenes Benzodiazepines Barbiturates Ketamine
Alcohol
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Table 5. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Drug Classification, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
SUSPECTS
TOTAL
%
INCR. (+)/
DECR. (-)
NARCO-
TICS
PSYCH.
SUBST.
OTHER
ADDIC-
TIVE
SUBST.
1. 2007 17,955 14,206 4,008 36,169
2. 2008 13,420 13,113 18,178 44,711 + 23
3. 2009 15,081 11,687 11,635 38,403 - 14.10
4. 2010 23,900 1,502 8,020 33,422 - 12.97
5. 2011 25,154 1,997 9,438 36,589 + 9.47
TOTAL 95,510 42,505 51,279 189,294
Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
a. An increase was seen in the number of drug suspects from 2008-2010, namely, 44,711 in
2008 to 33,422 in 2010, or an average of 13.54% per year, while in 2011 it increased to
9.4%.
b. Number of suspects related to narcotics, psychotropic substances and other addictive
substances indicated a significant increase in 2011, 5.2% or 1,254 narcotics suspects ,
32.9% or 495 for psychotropic substances, and 17.7% or 1,418 for other addictive
substances, compared to 2010.
Diagram 5. Number of Drug suspects Based on Drug Classification, 2007 – 2011
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
17,955
13,420 15,081
23,900 25,154
14,206
1,3113
11,687
1,502
1,997
4,008
18,178
11,635
8,020
9,438
Narcotics Psych. Subst. Other Addictive Subts.
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Table 6. Number of Drug Suspects Based on the Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
ACTIVITY
TOTALCULTI-
VATION
PRODUC-
TION
DISTRI-
BUTION
CON-
SUMP-
TION
1. 2007 60 35 19,177 16,897 36,169
2. 2008 44 61 29,121 15,485 44,711
3. 2009 52 107 24,060 14,184 38,403
4. 2010 35 112 20,189 13,086 33,422
5. 2011 35 39 22,810 13,705 36,589
TOTAL 226 354 115,357 73,357 189,294
% 0.1 0.2 60.9 38.8 100
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 6. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011
Some additional notes clarifying the above table and diagram:
a. A significant increase was seen in the number of suspects related to illicit cultivation in
2009, from 18.18% or 44 suspects in 2008 to 52 suspects in 2009. The number of
suspects was stable in 2010 and 2011, while suspects related to production decreased
sharply in 2011, from 112 in 2010 to 39 suspects in 2011, or 187.2%.
b. Suspects of drug consumption decreased from 2007-2010, increased in 2011, while
suspects of drug distribution indicated a decline from 2008-2010, but increased again in
2011.
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
60
44
52
35
35
35
61
107
112
39
19,177
29,121
24,060
20,189
22,810
16,897
15,485
14,184
13,086
13,705
Cultivation Production Distribution Consumption
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Table 7. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
NATIONALITY
TOTAL
INDONESIAN FOREIGN
1. 2007 36,101 68 36,169
2. 2008 44,613 98 44,711
3. 2009 38,295 108 38,403
4. 2010 33,288 134 33,422
5. 2011 36,469 120 36,589
TOTAL 188,766 528 189,294
% 99.7 0.3 100
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 7. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality, 2007 – 2011
The above illustration shows the following details:
a. The number of drug suspects decreased, from 44,613 in 2008 to 38,295 or 14.2% in
2009, but in 2011 increased 9.5% or an addition of 3,181 suspects from 33,288 in 2010
to 36,469 suspects in 2011.
b. Foreign suspects increased in the period 2007-2010, from 68 in 2007 to 134 in 2010 with
an average percentage of 26.1%, or an addition of 22 suspects; in 2011 the number
decreased 10.4% or less 14 suspects than in 2010.
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
36,101
44,613
37,955
33,288
36,469
68 98 115 134 120
WNI WNA
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Table 8. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality and Gender, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
INDONESIAN
FOREIGN
NATIONALS TOTAL
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
1. 2007 33,067 3,034 67 1 36,169
2. 2008 41,257 3,356 88 10 44,711
3. 2009 35,193 3,102 91 17 38,403
4. 2010 30,479 2,809 111 23 33,422
5. 2011 32,810 3,659 105 15 36,589
TOTAL 172,806 15,960 462 66 189,294
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 8. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality and Gender, 2007 – 2011
Some notes on the above table and diagram:
a. A decrease was seen in the number of Indonesian suspects in 2008 – 2010, but increased
with an addition of 2,331 males and 850 females in 2011.
b. Foreign nationals involved in drug cases increased from 2007 – 2010, but decreased in
2011, less 6 males and 8 females.
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
33,067
41,257
35,193
30,479
32,810
3,034
3,356
3,102
2,809
3,659
67
88
91
111
105
1
10
17
23
15
Indonesian (Male) Indonesian (Female)
Foreign Nationals (Male) Foreign Nationals (Female)
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Table 9. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Gender, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
GENDER
TOTAL
MALE FEMALE
1. 2007 33,134 3,035 36,169
2. 2008 41,345 3,366 44,711
3. 2009 35,284 3,119 38,403
4. 2010 30,590 2,832 33,422
5. 2011 32,915 3,674 36,589
TOTAL 173,268 16,026 189,294
% 91.5 8.5 100
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 9. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Gender, 2007 – 2011
More details on the above table and diagram:
a. The proportion of suspects from 2007 – 2011 is: 91.5% male and 8.5% female.
b. There was an increase of 7.6% in the number of male suspects in 2011, or by 2,325 from
2010.
c. Females increased by 29.7% or 842 in 2010 from 2010.
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
33,134
41,345
35,284
30,590
32,915
3.035 3.366 3.119 2.832 3.674
Male Female
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Table10. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Age Group, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
AGE GROUP
TOTAL
<16 16-19 20-24 25-29 > 30
1. 2007 110 2,617 8,275 9,278 15,889 36,169
2. 2008 133 2,001 6,441 10,136 26,000 44,711
3. 2009 113 1,731 5,430 9,756 21,373 38,403
4. 2010 88 1,515 4,987 8,915 17,917 33,422
5. 2011 117 1,771 5,361 11,691 17,649 36,589
TOTAL 561 9,635 30,494 49,776 98,828 189,294
% 0.3 5.1 16.1 26.3 52.2 100
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 10. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Age Group, 2007 – 2011
More details on the above table and diagram:
a. The group of adults rates the highest in 2007-2011. This group numbers 17,649 from the
total 36,589 suspects, or approx. 48.2%
b. Compared to the adult suspects in 2010 this group decreased in 2010 with a percentage
of 1.5%, or 268 suspects.
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
110
133
113
88
117
2,617
2,001
1,731
1,515
1,771
8,275
6,441
5,430
4,987
5,361
9,278
10,136
9,756
8,915
11,691
15,889
26,000
21,373
17,917
17,649
< 16 Year 16-19 Year
20-24 Year 25-29 Year
> 30 Year
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Table 11. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Level of Education, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
EDUCATION
TOTALELEMEN-
TARY
JUNIOR
HIGH
SCHOOL
SENIOR
HIGH
SCHOOL
UNIVER-
SITY
1. 2007 4,138 7,486 23,727 818 36,169
2. 2008 4,404 10,827 28,479 1,001 44,711
3. 2009 4,763 8,322 24,326 992 38,403
4. 2010 4,009 8,254 20,217 942 33,422
5. 2011 5,087 9,989 20,398 1,115 36,589
TOTAL 22,401 44,878 117,147 4,868 189,294
% 11.8 23.7 61.9 2.6 100
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 11. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Level of Education, 2007 - 2011
The period 2007 – 2011 indicates 61.9%, or 117,147 suspects are students of Senior
Secondary School. The second rating are students from Junior Secondary School, with a
percentage of 23.7%, and the third,Elementary School students, with a percentage of 11.8%.
The lowest rating belongs to the students of higher education/university (2.6%).
4,138 4,404 4,763
4,009
5,087
7,486
10,827
8,322 8,254
9,989
23,727
28,479
24,326
20,217 20,398
818 1,001 992 942 1,115
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Elemantary Junior High School Senior High School University
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Table 12. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Occupation, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
OCCUPATION
CIVIL
SER-
VANT
POLI-
CE/AR
MED
FOR-
CES
PRI-
VATE
SEC-
TOR
ENTRE
PRE-
NEUR
FAR-
MER
LA-
BOR
UNIV.
STU-
DENT
SE-
CON-
DARY
STU-
DENT
UN-
EM-
PLOY
ED
1. 2007 226 235 16,667 5,151 891 5,079 721 712 6,487
2. 2008 210 273 17,588 14,631 639 3,580 647 654 6,489
3. 2009 250 307 14,550 11,256 780 3,598 653 635 6,374
4. 2010 248 227 13,913 7,458 902 3,943 515 531 5,685
5. 2011 334 289 17,381 7,693 1,078 3,522 607 605 5,080
TOTAL 1,268 1,331 80,099 46,189 4,290 19,722 3,143 3,137 30,115
% 0.6 0.7 42.3 24.4 2.3 10.4 1.7 1.7 15.9
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 12. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Occupation, 2007 – 2011
Some elaborations on the above table and diagram:
a. The largest portion related to occupation is the private sector, namely, 42.3% (80,099),
followed by entrepreneur, 24.4% (46,189). In 2010 these two groups indicate an
increase, in the private sector 24.9% (3,468) and entrepreneur 3.2% (235).
b. The number of unemployed is 31,115 or 15.9% in 2007 – 2011, which is relatively stable
since 2006, namely 5,080 in 2011.
226
210
250
248
334
235
273
307
227
289
16,667
17,588
14,550
13,913
17,381
5,151
14,631
11,256
7,458
7,693
891
639
780
902
1,078
5,079
3,580
3,598
3,943
3,522
721
647
653
515
607
712
654
635
531
605
6,487
6,489
6,374
5,685
5,080
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Civil Servant Police/Armed Forces Private Sector
Entrepreneur Farmer Labor
Univ. Student Secondary Student Unemployed
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Table 13. Number of Foreign Nationals Involved in Drug Cases in Indonesia,
2009 – 2011
NO. NATIONALITY
YEAR
DETAILS
2009 2010 2011
1 2 4 5 6 7
I. A s i a
1. Singapore 5 3 6
2. Malaysia 16 24 36
3. Philippines - 6 2
4. Japan 1 2 4
5. Taiwan 1 6 4
6. China 12 9 6
7. Korea - 2 -
8. South Korea 1 1 1
9. India 2 9 6
10. Thailand 1 4 2
11. Iran 39 29 11
12. Saudi Arabia - 1 -
13. Papua Nugini 2 1 6
14. Nepal - 3 -
15. Jordania 1 - -
16. Cambodia - 1 -
17. Kirgiztan - 1 -
18. Vietnam - 3 3
19. Pakistan - 1 -
20. Libanon - 1 -
T o t a l 81 107 86
II. E r o p e
1. Spain - - 1
2. Italia - 1 2
3. France - 3 3
4. Germany 1 1 3
5. Belgium - 1 -
6. Netherland 1 1 -
7. England 1 1 -
8. Sweden 2 - -
9. Denmark - - 1
10. Russia 1 - 1
11. Kazakhstan 1 - -
12. Mauritius 2 - -
13. Slovenia 1 - -
14. Uzbekistan - 1 -
15. Portugal - - 1
T o t a l 10 9 12
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1 2 4 5 6 7
III. A f r i c a
1. Kameroon - - 2
2. Nigeria 6 8 5
3. Ghana - - 1
4. Liberia 2 - 2
5. Uganda - - 1
6. West Africa - 1 -
7. South Africa 1 2 3
8. Kenya (East Africa) - 1 -
9. Africa - - 1
10. Algeria - 1 -
11. Sierra Leone - - 1
T o t a l 9 13 16
IV. Australia
1. Australia 3 3 4
2. New Zealand - - -
T o t a l 3 3 4
V. America
1. USA 3 2 2
2. Canada 2 - -
T o t a l 5 2 2
Overall Total 108 134 120
Source : Directorae of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Table 14. Number of Indonesian Nationals Involved in Overseas Drug Crimes, 2011
NO. CRIME INCIDENCE
GENDER
DETAILS
MALE FEMALE
1. Hong kong 1
2. Peru 2
3. Philippines 1
4. Malaysia 4 5
5. China 1 1
6. Bahrain 1
7. Greece 3
T o t a l 9 10
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
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Table 15. Quantity of Seized Cannabis, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
SEIZED EVIDENCE
HERBS
(GR)
TREES
(STALKS)
AREA OF
CULTIVATION
(HA)
SEEDS
(GR)
1. 2007 31,877,010.20 1,869,596 242.00 361.50
2. 2008 140,496,253.20 598,049 128.20 367.20
3. 2009 110,764,253.90 541,019 241.80 518.00
4. 2010 22,689,916.05 449,618 178.40 750.00
5. 2011 23,891,244.25 1,839,664 305.83 4.38
TOTAL 329,718,677.60 5,297,946 1,096.23 2001.08
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 13. Quantity of Seized Cannabis, 2007 - 2011
0
200000
400000
600000
800000
1000000
1200000
1400000
1600000
1800000
2000000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
31,877
140,496
110,764
22,690
23,891
1,869,596
598,049
541,019
449,618
1,839,664
242
128.20
241.80
178.40
305.83
361.50
367.20
518
750
4.38
Herb (Kg) Trees (Stalks) Area of Cultivation (Ha) Seeds (Gr)
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Table 16. Quantity of Seized Narcotic Evidence, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
SEIZED EVIDENCE
HEROIN
(GR)
CO-
CAINE
(GR)
HASHISH
(GR)
ECSTASY
(TBL)
SHABU
(GR)
1. 2007 14,691.80 241.80 281.75 1,195,306.00 1,240,556.30
2. 2008 20,553.80 523.90 26.40 1,091,204.00 709,854.80
3. 2009 15,473.70 265.70 58.80 309,382.00 237,838.30
4. 2010 25,053.44 53.03 4,946.60 424,515.5 354,065.84
5. 2011 27,439.81 66.97 230.99 826,096.25 1,092,029.09
TOTAL 103,212.55 1,151.40 5,544.54 3,846,503.75 3,634,344.33
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 14. Quantity of Seized Narcotics Evidence, 2007 – 2011
0
200000
400000
600000
800000
1000000
1200000
1400000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
14,691.80
20,553.78
15,473.70
25,053.44
27,439.81
241.80
523.90
265.70
53.03
66.97
281.75
26.40
58.80
4,946.60
230.99
1,195,306
1,091,204
309,382
424,515.50
826,096.25
1,240,556.30
709,854.80
237,838.30
354,065.84
1,029,029.09
Heroin/Putaw (Gr) Kokain (Gr) Hashish (Gr) Ekstasi (TBL) Shabu (Gr)
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Table 17. Quantity of Seized Psychotropic Substances, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
SEIZED EVIDENCE
BENZO-
DIAZE-
PINES
(TBL)
BARBI-
TURATES
(TBL)
KETAMINE
(GR)
CON-
TROLLED
MEDICINES
(TBL)
1. 2007 - - - 2,208,106
2. 2008 - - 31,801.00 6,485,246.5
3. 2009 180,994.00 - 40,235.90 3,259,836.0
4. 2010 785,935.50 309,596.50 116,885.00 1,976,937
5. 2011 518,478.25 158,578.00 95,336.90 1,758,902.50
TOTAL 1,485,407.75 468,174.50 284,258.80 15,689,028
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Diagram 15. Quantity of Seized Psychotropic Substances, 2007 – 2011
0
500000
1000000
1500000
2000000
2500000
3000000
3500000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
180,994
785,935.5
518,478.25
309,596.5
158,578
31,801
40,235.90
116,885
95,336.9
2,208,106
645,246.50
3,259,836
1,976,937
1,758,902.5
Benzodizepines (Tbl) Barbiturates (Tbl)
Ketamine (Gr) Controlled Medicines (Tbl)
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Table 18. Quantity of Seized Other Addictive Substancces, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
SEIZED EVIDENCE
ALCOHOL (BOTTLE) ALCOHOL (LITRES)
1. 2007 142,053.00 15,081.00
2. 2008 1,462,748.00 93,188.20
3. 2009 8,918,312.00 82,697.50
4. 2010 207,970.50 92,973.90
5. 2011 215,914.10 143,684.64
TOTAL 10,946,997.60 427,625.24
Source :Directorate of Drug Crimes, Vriminal Investigation Agency, National Police, March 2012
Diagram 16. Quantity of Seized Other Addictive Substances, 2007 – 2011
The above table and diagram of seized quantity of other addictive substances year 2007-
2011, indicate the following:
1) In the last three (3) years the most misused drug is ganja herbs (2008-2010), indicating a
decrease. However, in 2011 the consumption increased again.
2) In 2011 a sharp decline occurred in seizures of hashish from 2010, on the contrary with
seizures of heroin, cocaine, ecstasy and shabu, indicating a sharp rise compared to 2010.
3) Benzodiazepines, barbiturates and ketamine decreased significantly in 2011, on the
contrary with controlled medicines..
4) Other addictive substances increased significantly in 2011.
0
1000000
2000000
3000000
4000000
5000000
6000000
7000000
8000000
9000000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
142,053
1,462,748
8,918,312
207,970.50
215,914.10
15,081
93,188.20
82,697.50
92,973.90
143,684.64
Alcohol (Bottle)
Alcohol (Litres)
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Table 19. Number of Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 2007 – 2011
NO. YEAR
CLANDESTINE DRUG
LABORATORIES TOTAL
LARGE** SMALL*
1. 2007 6 9 15
2. 2008 8 13 21
3. 2009 25 12 37
4. 2010 7 18 25
5. 2011 2 16 18
TOTAL 48 68 116
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
Note : ** Big : Using sophisticated equipment and a large capacity of production.
* Small : Using traditional equipment and small production capacity.
Diagram 17. Number of Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 2007 – 2011
0
5
10
15
20
25
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
6
8
25
7
2
9
13
12
18
16
Clandestine Drug Laboratories (Large)
Clandestine Drug Laboratories (Small)
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Table 20. Number of Samples Tested at BNN Drug Test Laboratory, 2011
NO. MONTH
NARCOTICS
PSYCHOTROPIC
SUBSTANCES
NEGATIVE OTHERS
TO-
TAL
RAW
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 15
1. January 906 86 13 0 36 15 3 0 1,059
2. February 807 64 1 0 24 9 0 0 905
3. March 1,035 128 7 0 46 26 1 0 1,243
4. April 1,050 100 5 0 81 22 3 0 1,261
5. May 991 52 1 0 13 10 0 0 1,067
6. June 959 83 1 0 16 20 0 0 1,079
7. July 1,592 101 3 0 70 30 2 0 1,798
8. August 801 67 0 0 19 7 0 0 894
9. September 769 67 7 0 40 31 9 0 923
10. October 976 82 9 0 57 11 0 0 1,135
11. November 1,205 87 7 0 32 16 0 0 1,347
12. December 1,064 90 2 0 15 28 0 0 1,199
TOTAL 12,155 1,007 56 0 449 225 18 0 13,910
Source : UPT BNN Drug Test Laboratory, March2012
Diagram 18. Number of Samples Tested At BNN Drug Test Laboratory, 2011
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
992
871
1,163
1,150
1,043
1,042
1,693
868
836
1,058
1,292
1,154
13
1
7
5
1
1
3
0
7
9
7
2
51
33
72
103
23
36
100
26
71
68
48
43
3
0
1
3
0
0
2
0
9
0
0
0
Narcotics Psychotropic Subst Negative Others
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2. Narcotics and Precursors Related Cases and Suspects, and Seizures of Evidence,
by BNN Deputy of Eradication, 2009-2011.
Table 21. Total Disclosures related to Narcotics and Precursors Cases, 2009 – 2011
NO. CASE
YEAR
2009 (Dec)* 2010 2011
1 2 3 4 5
1. Shabu 4 48 55
2. Ecstasy 1 2 12
3. Heroin 9 6
4. Cannabis/Marihuana/Ganja 4 4
5. Cocaine 1
6. Precursors 1 5
TOTAL 5 64 83
Source : National Narcotics Board, March 2012
*Since the application of Act No. 35/2009 on Narcotics
Table 22. Number of suspects Related to Disclosures of Narcotics and Precursors,
2009 – 2011
NO. SUSPECT
YEAR
2009 (Dec)* 2010 2011
1 2 3 4 5
1. Shabu 2 46 85
2. Ecstasy 10 12
3. Heroin 12 12
4. Marihuana/Cannabis (Ganja) 6 6
5. Cocaine 3
6. Precursors 1 25
TOTAL 2 75 143
Source : National Narcotics board, March 2012
*Since the application of Act No. 35/2009 on Narcotics
Table 23. Quantity of Seized Narcotic Evidence, 2009 – 2011
NO. EVIDENCE
YEAR
2009 (Dec)* 2010 2011
1 2 3 4 5
1. Crystal Shabu (Gram) 1,611.60 126,435.90 69,238.84
2. Shabu Powder (Gram) - - 233.1
3. Shabu (Tablets) - - 2,773
4. Ecstasy (Grains) 9,552 10,394 270,099.5
5. Heroin (Gram) - 8,058 10,550
6. Ganja/Cannabis (Gram) - 2,367.73 75.24
7. Cocaine (Gram) - 162 50
Source : National Narcotics Board, March 2012
*Since the application of Act No. 35/2009 on Narcotics
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3. Total Quantity and Ranking of Seized Drug Evidence by National Police and
BNN, 2009-2011.
Table 24. Ranking and Quantity of Seized Cannabis/Ganja Herbs, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 83,049,270.53 I 2,062,064.21 V 1,077,594.25 VI
2. N. Sumatera 501,963.67 V 2,242.066,74 IV 1,630,601.67 V
3. W. Sumatera 330,358.10 VI 244,135.00 VIII 320,709 VII
4. Riau 69.160.44 IX 1,751,032.58 VI 87,222.48 VIII
5. Riau Islands 25,279,43 XIV 98,655.48 IX 50,541.72 X
6. Jambi 215,538.24 VII 95,623.21 X 85,777.13 IX
7. S. Sumatera 133,794.13 VIII 3,357,335.63 III 24,050.9 XII
8. Bengkulu 30,627.22 XI 11,924.69 XVII 11,908,903.62 II
9. Lampung 534,594.30 IV 595,567.40 VII 2,260,435.36 IV
10. Bangka Belitung 12,788.10 XVII 16,902.74 XV 8,928.35 XV
11. Banten 45,435.52 X 13,756.01 XVI 3,360.12 XIX
12. DKI Jakarta 8,990,838.33 III 8,403,103.15 I 3,242,098.7 I
13. W. Java 16,707,320.84 II 3,686,059.00 II 3,106,735.15 III
14. C. Java 15,962.98 XVI 25,460.67 XI 12,241.3 XIII
15. DI Yogyakarta 19,394.80 XV 22,935.56 XII 4,129.48 XVII
16. E. Java 26,876.90 XIII 20,730.10 XIII 10,001.07 XIV
17. W. Kalimantan 2,882.31 XXII 1,745.49 XXII 119.65 XXVI
18. S. Kalimantan 154.92 XXVII 71.63 XXX 53.98 XXVIII
19. E. Kalimantan 29,784.02 XII 18,412.37 XIV 8,569.3 XVI
20. C. Kalimantan 7.50 XXXI 1.057,80 XXIV 0.84 XXXI
21. Bali 3,976.14 XIX 6,304,22 XIX 3,232 XX
22. W. Nusatenggara 9,732.09 XVIII 1,438,90 XXIII 37,510.98 XI
23. E. Nusatenggara 260.49 XXV 128.60 XXVII 173.06 XXIV
24. S. Sulawesi 280.50 XXIV 474.85 XXV 50.5 XXIX
25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - -
26. S.E. Sulawesi 164.00 XXVI 356.97 XXVI 722,43 XXII
27. C. Sulawesi 33.50 XXIX 28.10 XXXI 156.82 XXV
28. N. Sulawesi 3,538.05 XX 101.50 XXVIII 589.11 XXIII
29. Gorontalo 9.22 XXX 80.00 XXIX 0.9 XXX
30. Maluku 989.20 XXIII 9,637.10 XVIII 107 XXVII
31. N. Maluku 53.11 XXVIII 2,062.03 XXI 3,678.63 XVIII
32. Papua 3,184.52 XXI 3,031.22 XX 3,023.99 XXI
33. W. Papua - - - - - -
TOTAL 110,764,253.90 - 22,692,283.73 - 23,891,319.49 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 25. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cannabis/Ganja Trees/Stems, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(STEMS)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(STEMS)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(STEMS)
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 526,555 I 438,621 I 1,827,970 I
2. N. Sumatera 141,358 II 24,701 II 8,732 II
3. W. Sumatera 29 III 76 VI 1,212 III
4. Riau 6 VIII 199 V 106 VI
5. S. Sumatera 11 VI 381 IV 53 VII
6. Bengkulu - - 1,047 III 29 VIII
7. W. Java 9 VII 5 VII 1,120 IV
8. E. Java 2 IX - - - -
9. W. Kalimantan 26 IV 3 VIII - -
10. S. Kalimantan 23 V - - - -
11.
DIY
Yogyakarta
- - - - 28 IX
12. Lampung - - - - 414 V
TOTAL 54,019 - 465,033 - 1,839,664 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
Table 26. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Ganja Seeds Evidence, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
1. N. Sumatera 443.00 I 150.00 II 2.5 I
2. Riau Islands 75.00 II - - - -
3. Lampung - - 600.00 I - -
4. E. Nusatenggara - - - - 1.88 II
TOTAL 518.00 - 750.00 - 4.38 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, December 2011
Table 27. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Ganja Cultivation Areas, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(HECTARES)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(HECTARES)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(HECTARES)
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 236.35 I 171.65 I 298.8 I
2. N. Sumatera 5.50 II 6.50 II 7 II
3. S. Sumatera - - 0.25 III - -
4. Lampung - - - - 0.03 III
TOTAL 241.85 - 178.40 - 305.83 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation & BNN, March 2012
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Table 28. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Heroin Evidence, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
1. N. Sumatera 6.62 XI 0.48 XV 2,995.54 III
2. W. Sumatera 16.90 VII 4.80 XI - -
3. Riau 0.40 XIX 3,221.20 IV - -
4. Riau Islands 17.00 VI 3,751.30 III 9.5 XIV
5. Jambi 2.84 XIV 0.04 XX 105.4 IX
6. S. Sumatera - - 18.20 IX 24.44 XII
7. Lampung 0.60 XVIII 0.25 XVII 7,906.05 II
8. Bangka Belitung 0.16 XXI 1.02 XIV 0.13 XVII
9. Banten - - 6,952.20 II - -
10. DKI Jakarta 15,202.00 I 18,481.35 I 15,545.42 I
11. W. Java 6.68 X 2,231.29 VII 2,782.6 IV
12. C. Java 68.06 II 1.68 XII 2,694.72 VI
13. DI Yogyakarta 49.00 IV 2,613.30 VI 1,050.1 VIII
14. E. Java 20.85 V 5.42 X 1,979.86 VII
15. W. Kalimantan 3.00 XIII 1.31 XIII 81 X
16. S. Kalimantan 1.24 XVI - - 7.56 XV
17. E. Kalimantan 7.43 IX 144.13 VIII 2,758.67 V
18. Bali 3.87 XII 2,635.14 V 24.62 XI
19. W. Nusatenggara 0.22 XX - - - -
20. S. Sulawesi 10.88 VIII - - - -
21. N. Sulawesi 0.90 XVII 0.30 XVI 1.5 XVI
22. Gorontalo 3.00 XIII 0.08 XVIII 22.7 XIII
23. Maluku 50.12 III - - - -
24. N. Maluku 1.96 XV 0.05 XIX - -
TOTAL 15,473.73 - 33,111.34 - 37,989.81 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
Table 29. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cocaine Evidence, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Banten - - 162.00 I - -
2. DKI Jakarta - - - - 115 I
3. Bali 265.70 I 6.00 III 1.97 II
4. W. Nusatenggara - - 48.00 II - -
TOTAL 265.70 - 216 - 116.97 -
Sumber : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
Table 30. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Hashish Evidence, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
1. DKI Jakarta - - 65.00 II - -
2. E. Java 49.70 I - - - -
3. Bali 9.14 II 4,871.19 I 230.99 I
4. W. Nusatenggara - - 10.41 III - -
TOTAL 58.84 - 4,946.60 - 230.99 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 31. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Ecstasy Evidence, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(TABS)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(TABS)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(TABS)
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh - - - - 4 XXV
2. N. Sumatera 14,463.00 V 14,330.00 IV 12,544 VI
3. W. Sumatera 22.00 XXV 43.00 XX 6 XXIV
4. Riau 3,123.00 XII 7,808.00 VIII 999.5 XII
5. Riau Islands 21,811.00 II 44,926.00 III 19,806 V
6. Jambi 1,046.00 XVI 2,244.50 XII 578 XV
7. S. Sumatera 13,733.00 VI 45,990.00 II 54,462.5 IV
8. Bengkulu 625.25 XVIII - - 102 XIX
9. Lampung 2,282.25 XIII 1.173.75 XIV 90,974.25 III
10. Bangka Belitung 766.00 XVII 141.00 XVIII 591.25 XIV
11. Banten 9,696.00 VII 10,396.00 V 5,959 VII
12. DKI Jakarta 197,916.00 I 272,419.00 I 803,315.25 I
13. W. Java 418.00 X 56.00 XIX 3,307 VIII
14. C. Java 1,052.00 XV 170.00 XVII 258 XVII
15. DI Yogyakarta 503.00 XIX 10,169.00 VI - -
16. E. Java 15,341.00 IV 3,602.00 XI 96,085 II
17. W. Kalimantan 6,896.00 VII 4,769.00 X 796.5 XIII
18. S. Kalimantan 15,366.00 III 931.00 XV 1,547 X
19. E. Kalimantan 3,599.00 X 5,529.00 IX 1,087.5 XI
20. C. Kalimantan 1,844.00 XIV 389.00 XVI 14 XXI
21. Bali 3,321.00 XI 8,352.00 VII 3,039 IX
22. W. Nusatenggara 26.00 XXIV 11.00 XXII 3 XXVI
23. E. Nusatenggara 11.00 XXVI - - - -
24. S. Sulawesi 4,683.00 IX 1,191.00 XIII 522 XVI
25. S.E. Sulawesi 54.00 XXIII - - 156 XVIII
26. C. Sulawesi 251.00 XXI 20.00 XXI 14 XXII
27. N. Sulawesi 6.00 XXVII - - - -
28. Maluku 11.00 XXVI - - 10 XXIII
29. Papua 69.00 XXII - - 15 XX
TOTAL 318,934.00 - 434,660.25 - 1,096,195.75 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 32. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Shabu Evidence, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
(GRAM)
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 1,370.00 XII 2,884.00 XIII 7,116.96 IX
2. N. Sumatera 16,755.00 III 18,492.00 V 46,331.22 IV
3. W. Sumatera 150.00 XIX 260.00 XXIII 916.94 XVII
4. Riau 2,096.00 IX 2,051.00 XVI 11,556.28 VI
5. Riau Islands 2,712.00 VI 23,793.00 IV 11,313.6 VII
6. Jambi 6,181.00 IV 2,252.00 XV 2,334.23 XIV
7. S. Sumatera 1,483.00 XII 4,152.73 X 8,585.99 VIII
8. Bengkulu 39.00 XXIV 25.00 XXVIII 218.52 XXII
9. Lampung 307.00 XVI 5,322.40 IX 96,517.78 III
10. Bangka Belitung 120.00 XXI 271.00 XXI 756.39 XIX
11. Banten 1,667.60 XI 107,684.70 II 105.18 XXV
12. DKI Jakarta 176,396.00 I 393,828.07 I 301,056.15 II
13. W. Java 295.00 XVII 1,212.00 XVIII 3,273.09 XIII
14. C. Java 560.00 XV 38,047.00 III 2,028.03 XV
15. DI Yogyakarta 142.00 XX 3,817.00 XI 1.624,89 XVI
16. E. Java 16,779.00 II 15,723.00 VI 633,928.87 I
17. W. Kalimantan 579,00 XIV 8.498,00 VIII 691,16 XX
18. S. Kalimantan 2,405.00 VIII 1,616.00 XVII 3,288.79 XII
19. E. Kalimantan 2,064.00 X 2,834.00 XIV 6,946.04 X
20. C. Kalimantan 255.00 XVIII 605.00 XIX 467.18 XXI
21. Bali 4,322.00 V 10,475.00 VII 17,024.02 V
22. W.Nusatenggara 28.00 XXV 52.40 XXIII 3,729.13 XI
23. E. Nusatenggara 28.00 XXV 52.00 XXIV 4.76 XXXI
24. S. Sulawesi 2,465.00 VII 1,616.00 XVII 814.97 XVIII
25. S.E. Sulawesi 13.00 XXVI 49.00 XXV 161.75 XXIV
26. C. Sulawesi 105.00 XXII 389.00 XX 181.21 XXIII
27. N. Sulawesi 5.00 XXVIII 13.00 XXIX 31.43 XXIX
28. Gorontalo 13.00 XXVI 12.00 XXX 99.51 XXVI
29. Maluku 11.00 XXVII 3.029,00 XII 66.02 XXVIII
30. N. Maluku 3.00 XXIX 27.00 XXVII 6.8 XXX
31. Papua 101.00 XXIII 37.00 XXVI 91.04 XXVII
TOTAL 239,449.60 - 649,119.30 - 1,161,267.93 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, Nationl Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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4. Narcotic Seizures by Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of
Finance, 2009 – 2011.
Table 33. Quantity of Seized Natural Narcotics Evidence at Airports, 2009– 2011
NO EVIDENCE
YEAR
TOTAL
2009 2010 2011
1. Cannabis (Gram) 61,526.50 3,316.06 1,295.50 66,138.10
2. Heroin (Gram) 2,660.00 7,556.78 13,525.11 23,741.90
3. Cocaine (Gram) 55.00 203.00 176.17 434.17
4. Hashish (Gram) - 5,987.00 3 5,990.00
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance,March 2012
Diagram 19. Quantity of Natural Narcotics Seized at Airports, 2009 – 2011
0
10000
20000
30000
40000
50000
60000
70000
2009 2010 2011
61,526.50
3,316.60
1,295.5
2,660
7,556.78
13,525.11
55
203
176.17
5,987
3
Cannabis (Gram) Heroin (Gram) Cocaine (Gram) Hashish (Gram)
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Table 34. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cannabis Herbs at Airports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
UNIT
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1.
North
Sumatera
61,500.00 I - - 25 II Gram
2. Banten - - 3,300.90 I - - Gram
3. DKI Jakarta 26.50 II - - 1.50 IV Gram
4. Jayapura - - - - 1,250 I Gram
5. Bali - - 15,16 II 4 III Gram
TOTAL 61,526.50 - 3,316.06 - 1,280.50 - Gram
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 35. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Heroin Evidence at Airports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
UNIT
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. DKI Jakarta - - - - 1,285 IV Gram
2. Banten 60.00 II 5,001.00 I - - Gram
3. W. Java - - - - 2,620 II Gram
4. C. Java - - - - 2,689 I Gram
5. DI Yogyakarta - - - - 1,047 V Gram
6. E. Java 2,600.00 I - - 2,103 III Gram
7. Bali - - 2,555.78 II - - Gram
8. S. Sumatera - - - - 578.88 VI Gram
TOTAL 2,660.00 - 7,556.78 - 10,322.88 - Gram
Source : Directorate General of Customs& Excise, Ministry of Finance,March 2012
Table 36. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cocaine Evidence at Airports,2009 – 2011
(Gram)
NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011
1. Banten 55.00 203.00 -
2. DKI Jakarta - - 173
3. Bali - - 3.17
TOTAL 55.00 203.00 176.17
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 37. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Hashish Evidenc at Airports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
UNIT
TOTAL
RAN-
KING TOTAL
RAN-
KING TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Banten - - 65 II - - Gram
2. Bali - - 5,922 I 3 I Gram
TOTAL - - 5,987 - 3 - Gram
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Table 38. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Synthetic Narcotics Evidence at Airports,
2009 – 2011
NO EVIDENCE
YEAR
TOTAL
2009 2010 2011
1. Ecstasy (Tablet) 114,125.00 198.00 - 114,323.00
2. Ecstasy (Gram) - 402.48 9,665.70 10,068.18
3. Shabu (Gram) 65,341.67 180,973.29 158,376.69 404,691.65
4. Liquid Shabu (ML) 46,100.00 1,030.00 - 47,130.00
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2011
Diagram 20. Quantity of Synthetic Narcotics Seized at Airports, 2009 – 2011
0
20000
40000
60000
80000
100000
120000
140000
160000
180000
200000
2009 2010 2011
114,125
198
0
0
402.48
9,665.70
65,341.67
180,973.29
158,376.69
46,100
1,030
0
Ecstasy (Tablet) Ecstasy (Gram)
Shabu (Gram) Liquid Shabu (ML)
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Table 39. Quantity of Seized Ecstas at Airports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
YEAR
UNIT
2009 2010 2011
1. Banten 105,325.00 99.00 - Tablet
2. E. Java
8,800.00 99.00 - Tablet
- - 25.00 Gram
3. DKI Jakarta - - 4,870.00 Gram
4. Bali - 402.48 - Gram
5. Riau Islands - - 3,829.20 Gram
TOTAL
114,125.00 198.00
402.48
-
8,724.20
Tablet
Gram
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 40. Quantity of Seized Shabu at Airports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
YEAR
UNIT
2009 2010 2011
1. Aceh 500.00 158.58 1,984.22 Gram
2. N. Sumatera 5,396.00 - 10,750.00 Gram
3. Riau Islands - - 6,584.00 Gram
4. Riau - - 1,400.00 Gram
5. Banten 58,936.77 159,206.50 - Gram
6. DKI Jakarta - - 75,671.35 Gram
7. W. Java - - 1,340.35 Gram
8. C. Java - - 1,104.00 Gram
9. DI Yogyakarta - - 1,515.00 Gram
10. E. Java - 9,913.10 973.20 Gram
11. Bali 508.90 11,695.11 13,566.63 Gram
12. W. Nusa Tenggara - - 3,600.00 Gram
13. S. Sulawesi - - 6,000.00 Gram
TOTAL 65,341.67 180,973.29 124,488.80 Gram
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 41. Quantity of Seized Liquid Shabu at Airports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
YEAR
UNIT
2009 2010 2011
1. Banten 1,100 1,030 - ML
2. E. Java 5,000 - - ML
TOTAL 6,100 1,030 - ML
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
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Table 42. Quantity of Seized Heroin at Seaports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE SEAPORT
YEAR
UNIT
2009 2010 2011
1. Riau Dumai - 3,230.00 - Gram
2. Riau Islands Batam Centre - 1,465.90 - Gram
3. N. Sumatera Teluk Nibung - - 2,993.00 Gram
4. E. Kalimantan
Tarakan - - 2.23 Gram
Nunukan - - 1,400.00
TOTAL - 4,695.90 4,395.23 Gram
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 43. Quantity of Seized Ecstasy (Tablets) at Seaports, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE SEAPORT
YEAR
UNIT
2009 2010 2011
1. Riau Dumai - 2,100 - Tablet
2. Riau Islands 1. Tj. Balai Karimun - 10,112 - Tablet
2. Batam Centre - 13,490 - Tablet
TOTAL - 25,702 - Tablet
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 44. Quantity of Seized Ecstasy at Seaports, 2009 – 2011 (Grams)
NO PROVINCE SEAPORT
YEAR
UNIT
2009 2010 2011
1. N. Sumatera 1. Teluk Nibung 992,905.08 6,426.00 Gram
2. Belawan 1,565.54 - Gram
3. Tanjung Tiram 286.00 - Gram
2. Riau 1. Dumai 2,101.00 19,781.00 Gram
2. Bagan Siapi-Api - 1,993.00 Gram
3. Bengkalis - 2,976.00 Gram
3. Riau Islands 1. Tanjung Balai
Karimun
- 2,000.00 0.50 Gram
2. Batam Centre 1,708.00 15,632.10 Gram
4. W. Java Cirebon - 2,000.00 875.00 Gram
TOTAL 998,565.62 48,808.10 875.50 Gram
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 45. Quantity of Seized Shabu at Borders, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE BORDER
YEAR
UNIT
2009 2010 2011
1. E. Kalimantan Nunukan 0.80 - 3,350.24 Gram
2. W. Kalimantan Entikong - 8,000 - Gram
TOTAL 0.80 8,000 3,350.24 Gram
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
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Table 46. Number of Narcotic Suspects Apprehended by Directorate General of
Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, Based on Nationality, 2009-2011
NO.
COUNTRY/
NATIONALITY
YEAR
2009 2010 2011
1 2 3 4 5
1. Indonesia 53 62 82
2. Iran 34 28 14
3. Malaysia 6 23 23
4. India 2 9 2
5. Philippines - 6 3
6. China 2 7 7
7. Thailand 1 4 2
8. Taiwan 2 2 1
9. Vietnam - 2 3
10. Cambodia - 2 -
11. Germany - 1 1
12. Nigeria - 1 3
13. France - 1 2
14. Nepal - 1 1
15. Singapore 1 1 1
16. Mozambique - 1 1
17. Austalia 1 1 -
18. Kirgystan - 1 -
19. United States 1 1 -
20. Netherland 2 1 -
21. England - 1 3
22. Japan - 1 1
23. Papua New Nuinea - - 2
24. Aouth Africa - - 3
25. Italy - - 1
26. Kenya - - 1
27. Portugal - - 1
28. Swedia - - 1
29. Turkey - - 1
30. Uganda - - 1
31. Greece - - 1
TOTAL 105 157 162
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
Table 47. Number of Narcotic Suspects Apprehended by Directorate General of
Customs & Excise, Ministry of finance, Based on Gender, 2009- 2011
NO. GENDER
YEAR
2009 2010 2011
1 2 3 4 5
1. Male 76 107 130
2. Female 30 51 32
TOTAL 106 158 162
Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
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5. Important Drug Crimes by Domestic and International Syndicates, 2011.
a. Disclosure of Important Drug Cases by Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police
Criminal Investigation Agency, 2011.
1) Shabu Drug Syndicate at Batam.
12 January 2011, Riau Islands Regional Police apprehended two members of the
syndicate. One was arrested at a Restaurant Pesero Tanjung Sengkuang Housing,
Batu Ampar District, Batam, and one at Tiban Palem Housing, Block D 6 No. 10,
Sekupang, Batam City.
Seized Evidence : 2,350 grams shabu.
2) Armed Drug Dealer Arrested in North Jakarta.
16 January 2011, North Jakarta Metro Police arrested a drug dealer in the
possession of a weapon at his residence, Mediterania Golf Housing, Jl. Kenari
Golf Raya No. 15, and at Jl Kenari Golf VI No. 33, Kamal Muara, Penjaringan,
North Jakarta.
Seized Evidence : Ecstasy, 11,650 tablets, Happy Five: 2,737 tablets; Shabu,
957 grams, 2 weapons, 1 magazine, bullets and rubber bullets
for a variety of weapons.
3) A Shabu Clandestine Laboratory Dismantled at a Shophouse in West Jakarta.
19-20 January 2011, Jakarta Metro PoliceDrug Task Forcedismantled a shabu
clandestine lab at the Shophouse complex of Duta Square Housing, Jl. Pangeran
Tubagus Angke No. 8, West Jakarta, and arrested three (3) suspects.
Seized Evidence : a) 3,090 kg shabu.
b) 40 kg iodine.
c) Other substance and equipment for shabu manufacture.
4) Members of Provincial Assembly Arrested in a Hotel.
1 February 2011: Drug Task Force of Bali Regional Police arrested two (2)
members of the Regional Assembly at Hotel Ramayana, Jl. Bakungsari, Kuta,
Badung District, Denpasar, Bali, in the possession of shabu.
Seized Evidence : 0.20 gramsshabu.
5) Medan Shabu Dealer arrested at Puri Indah, Jakarta.
11 February 2011: Drug Task force, Directorate of Drug Crimes, Bareskrim Polri
arrested a shabu dealer in front of the eastern parking lot of Puri Indah Mall, West
Jakarta (1 suspect).
Seized Evidence : 1,000 grams shabu
6) Shabu concealed in a Printer from Malaysia.
18 February 2011: Drug Task Force of North Sumatera Regional Police foiled
a shabu smuggle from Malaysia at the Arrival Terminal of Polonia International
Airport, Medan, with one (1) suspect.
Seized Evidence : 1,085 grams shabu
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7) Smuggle of 6 Kg Shabu from Malaysia Foiled at Bakaheuni Seaport, Lampung.
19 February 2011: Task Force ofDrug Criminal Investigation Directorate,
Lampung Regional Police arrested two (2) suspects of a China – Malaysia –
Aceh – Jakarta drug syndicate at Bakaheuni Seaport, South Lampung, for the
smuggle of shabu.
Seized Evidence : 6.2 kg shabu
8) A Public Figure Aprehended at an Apartment in Jakarta for shabu
Consumption.
27 February 2011: Drug Task Force of Directorate of Drug Crimes, National
Police Criminal Investigation, aprehended a music artist and shabu consumer at
Sudirman Park” Apartment, Central Jakarta; one (1) suspect.
Seized Evidence : 0.4 grams shabu
9) Motor Garage in the Tangerang area used for Stashing Drugs.
19 March 2011: Drug Task Force, Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police
Criminal Investigation arrested a member of Malaysia-Jakarta syndicate at Hotel
Grand Anugerah, Bandar Lampung. The drug was stashed in a Yamaha Motor
Garage, Jl. Raya Villa Tangerang Regency, Block D.5-11, Tangerang (1 suspect).
Seized evidence : a) Ketamine : 47,600 grams
b) Erimin/Happy Five : 42,000 tablets
10) Shabu Smuggler, Italian Nationality Arrested.
20 March 2011: Drug Task Force, Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police
Criminal Investigation and Customs of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
foiled a smuggle and arrested an Italian national in the parking area of the airport.
Seized evidence : 4,337.5 grams shabu
11) Shabu Smuggled from Bangkok by Swallowing Nigerian National Arrested.
22 March 2011: Jakarta Metro Police Drug Criminal Investigationfoiled a
shabu smuggle at the overseas arrival terminal of Soekarno-Hatta International
Airport and arrested two (2) suspects.
Seized evidence : 1,540 grams shabu
12) Four Members of an Armed Drug Syndicate Arrested.
23 – 25 March 2011: Jakarta Metro Police Drug Criminal Investigation
arrested four (4) drug dealers of a drug syndicate at three (3) locations: Jl. Raya
Jembatan Lima, West Jakarta; Jl. H. Ucang, Tamboa, West Jakarta; and Laguna
Tower B Apartment, Rm 056, Jl. Pluit Timur, North Jakarta (4 suspects).
Seized evidence : a) 621 tablets ecstasy
b) 22.85 grams shabu
c) 40 tablet shappy Five
d) 1 FN 45 revolver
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13) Photo album, a Modus for Concealing Shabu.
2 April 2011: West Kalimantan Regional Police Drug Task Force apprehended
two (2) Indonesians, members of a drug syndicate using the trafficking
routeMalaysia – Pontianak – Surabaya on the way to Pontianak, in front of
Sekayam Police precinct, Pontianak.
Seized evidence : 6.8 kg shabu
14) Two (2) Foreign Drug Dealers Arrested.
3 April 2011: Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal
Investigation in cooperation with Directorate General of Customs & Excise foiled
a shabu smuggle and arrested two suspects at 2D Terminal for Arrivals at
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
Seized evidence : 4,500 grams shabu
15) A Philippine National (Woman) Arrested for Heroin Smuggle in Solo.
3 April 2011: Drug Task Force of Central Java Regional Police foiled a heroin
smuggle and arrested a woman, Philippine national, at Adi Sumarno Airport, Solo,
Central Java.
Seized evidence : 1,193 gramsheroin
16) Two (2) Foreign Smugglers Arrested for Carrying Ecstasy.
15 April 2011: Riau Islands Regional Police Drug Task Force foiled ecstasy
smuggle and arrested two (2) foreigners, and suspects at Cargo Terminal of Hang
Nadim Airport, Batam City, Riau Islands.
Seized evidence : 12,750 tablets ecstasy
17) Iranian Arrested for Smuggling 18 Kg Shabu Through Tanjung Priok Harbour.
22 April 2011: Drug Investigation Unit of Jakarta Metropolitan Harbour Police
arrested an Iranian for smuggling shabu through Tanjung Priok Harbour, North
Jakarta.
Seized evidence : 17,994 kg shabu
18) Arrest of a Nigerian Controlling an International Heroin Trafficking in
Tangerang
29 April 2011 : Drug Investigation Unit, North Sumatera Regional Police arrested
a Nigerian for smuggling heroin from Malaysia to Medan at Teluk Nibung
Harbour. Tanjung Balai, Medan, and three (3) suspects
Seized evidence : a) 2,993 grams heroin
b) 497 grams shabu
19) International Drug Syndicate Arrested in Solo.
9 Mei 2011: Drug Task Force of Central Java Regional Police foiled a heroin
smuggle and arrested a woman courier, name: Christina Aritonang at Adi Sumarno
Airport, Solo, Central Java, and three (3) suspects..
Seized evidence : 1,496 grams heroin
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20) Indonesian Women Arrested for Smuggling Heroin in Nunukan, East
Kalimantan
13 May 2011, Customs officers and the Drug Task Force of Nunukan Police
Resort, East Kalimantan foiled a smuggle of heroin from Kualalumpur, Malaysia
at Tunon Taka Harbour, Nunukan, East Kalimantan, and apprehended two (2)
women suspects.
Seized evidence : 1,400 grams heroin
21) A Malaysian National Arrested in Surabaya for the Smuggle of Heroin.
15 May 2011: Drug Task Force of East Java Regional Police foiled heroin
smuggle and apprehended a Malaysian national (male) at Juanda Airport,
Surabaya. Suspect: 1 person.
Seized evidence : 1,334.28 gramsheroin
22) Malaysian Heroin Smuggler, Male, Arrested in Jakarta
24 May 2011: Drug Task Force of Soekarno-Hatta Airport Police, Jakarta Metro
Police, foiled a smuggle of shabu, and apprehended a Malaysian male at
Soekarno-Hatta Airport; one (1) suspect.
Seized evidence : 3,000 gramsshabu
23) Indonesian Housewife Arrested for Smuggling Thousands of Erimin Tablets
(Happy Five)
5 June 2011: Customs Task Force and South Lampung Police arrested an
Indonesian woman for smuggling Erimin/Happy Five at Bakaheuni Harbour,
South Lampung, suspect (1).
Seized evidence : 19,250 erimin / happy five tablets
24) One Malaysian and Two Indonesians Arrested for Shabu Smuggle
6 June 2011:Drug Task Force, South Lampung Police foiled a shabu smuggle and
arrested four (4) suspects at Bakaheuni Harbour, South Lampung.
Seized evidence : 8,000 gramsshabu
25) Indonesian Woman Courier of a Heroin Syndicate Arrested in Bandung
16 June 2011: Customs officers and West Java Regional Police foiled heroin
smuggle at Husein Sastranegara Airport, Bandung and arrested (2) suspects.
Seized evidence : 435 grams heroin
26) Two Indonesians, Shabu Dealers of a Malaysia-Medan Syndicate Arrested.
25 June 2011: Drug Criminal Investigation of Tanjung Balai Police, North
Sumatera arrested two (2) Indonesian shabu dealers from Malaysia-Medan at Jl.
D.I. Panjaitan, Tanjung Balai.
Seized evidence : 3,600 grams shabu
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27) A Malaysian Male Arrested in West Nusatenggara (NTB) for the Smuggle of
Shabu.
3 July 2011: Drug Task Force of NTB Regional Police foiled a smuggle of shabu
by a Malaysian national at Selaparang Airport. Suspect: (1)
Seized evidence : 3,658 grams shabu
28) A Malaysian National Arrested at Juanda Airport, Surabaya
4 July 2011: Drug Task Force of East Java Regional Police foiled a smuggle of
shabu and heroin and arrested a Malaysian national at Juanda Airport, Surabaya;
suspect (1).
Seized evidence : 94.6 gram shabu
1.2 gram heroin
29) A Malaysian National and Two Indonesians, Members of a Drug Dealer
Syndicate (Shabu) Arrested in an Apartment in Central Jakarta
12 July 2011: Drug Task Force of Jakarta Metro Police arrested a Malaysian
National and one Indonesian woman, shabu dealers, in the City Lofts Apartment,
Fl. 19, Rm. 1925, Jl. KH Mas Mansyur No. 121, Central Jakarta; and three (3)
suspects.
Seized evidence : 7,050 grams shabu and 10 ecstasy tablets
30) A Drug dealer from Kerawang, Arrested in Bekasi with Approx Two Quintals
Cannabis.
15 July 2011, Bekasi County Police, Jakarta Metro Police foiled ganja distribution
and arrested a dealer at Jl. Chairal Anwar, East Bekasi; suspect (1) person.
Seized evidence : 221 kg cannabis
31) Distribution of ten Thousands of Ecstasy Tablets and Thousands Grams of
Shabu Sent by Transport Carrier Jakarta – Palembang
19 July 2011: A joint operation between Directorate of Drug Crimes, Bareskrim,
National Police and South Sumatera Police Drug Criminal Investigation
successfully interdicted distribution of ecstasy and shabu, and arrested the suspect
atGriya Handayani Block J2 N. 1 RT.85 RW.15 Sukajadi Village, Banyuasin
District, South Sumatera; and 2 suspects.
Seized evidence : a) Ecstasy: 38,209 tablets
b) Shabu: 3,878.2 grams
32) Two Malaysian Nationals, Heroin Smugglers, Arrested in Surabaya.
31 July 2011: Foiled heroin smuggle by Drug Task Force, East Java Regional
Police, and the arrest of two (2) suspects at Juanda Airport, Surabaya, East Java.
Seized evidence : 624.68 grams heroin
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33) Consignment of 8 Kg Shabu Packed and Concealed in a Bedcover from Jakarta
to Banjarmasin.
2 August 2011: West Jakarta Police Resort, Jakarta Metro Police interdicted a
consignment from Jakarta to Banjarmasin and apprehended 5 suspects at Danfe
Cafe, Jl. Lambung Mangkurat Banjarmasin.
Seized evidence : 8 kg shabu
34) Seizure of Hundred Thousands Ecstasy Tablets.
9 - 14 August 2011: Distribution of hundred thousands ecstasy tablets was foiled
by Drug Task Force, Jakarta Metro Police at Laguna Apartment, Block C Rm
2109, Penjaringan District, North Jakarta and at the parking lot of Tsim Tung
Restaurant, Robinson Complex, Block BBD, Penjaringan, North Jakarta, and
arrested two (2) suspects.
Seized evidence : 275,235 ecstasy tablets
35) German National Arrested for Shabu Smuggle at Soekarno-Hatta International
Airport.
21 September 2011: Customs officers and Police Directorate of Drug Crimes,
Bareskrim foiled a smuggle of shabu from Dubai by a German national at
Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Cengkareng, and arrested two (2) suspects.
Seized evidence : 2,400 grams shabu
36) Married Couple, Drug Dealers of Thousands Ecstasy Tablets, Arrested at a
Discoteque’s Parking Area in Jakarta.
23 September 2011: Jakarta Metro Police arrested a married couple, dealers of
ecstasy at a parking area floor 7, near Sydney 2000 Discoteque, at Pinangsia
Shopping complex, Jl. Hayam Wuruk, Tamansari, West Jakarta; suspects: 2.
Seized evidence : a) 13,919 tablets ecstasy
b) 33.3 grams shabu
c) 6.890 tbl happy five
d) 1 unit electric scales
37) Nearly 2 Tons Ganja Seized in Sukabumi, West Java.
25 – 28 September 2011: Drug Task Force, West Java Regional Police, discovered
a Mitshubishi/Fuso truck in the premises of a villa owned by AHMAD HENGKI
DAVID, at Sukabumi District, and at a house owned by AJO, Kampung Sindang
Lengo, Parakan Salak, Sukabumi District, and arrested two (2) suspects; 7 persons
in pursuit.
Seized evidence : a) 35 sacks ganja = 1,889 tons
b) One (1) unit mitsubishi truck (Fuso) license No. BE 2902
CB jenis Fuso.
c) One (1) car, red metallic Avanza, license no. F 1711 UI
d) One (1) unit laptop
e) One (1) bag
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38) Owner of a Shabu Manufacture, a Prisoner Sentenced by Tangerang District
Court to “House Detention”
4 October 2011: Dismanle of a clandestine shabu lab at Daan Mogot Baru
Housing, Kalideres, West Jakarta, by Directorate of Drug Crimes, Police Criminal
Investigation Bureau (Bareskrim), and two (2) suspects.
Seized evidence : Precursors : 3653 gramsephedrine;750 ml clear HCL; 2,500
ml Aceton; 1,700 grams Red phosphor; 650 grams Iodyne,
8.5 Kg NaOH; 4,500 ml brown liquid; 3.5 white crystal; 900
grams brown solid substance; and some equipment for shabu
manufacture.
39) 45 Kg Shabu and Thousands of Ecstasy Tablets to be Distributed by a Malaysia-
Indonesia Drug Syndicate, but Successfully Captured by Officers at Bakaheuni
Harbour (South Sumatera) and in West Jakarta.
11 October 2011: Joint operation between Customs and Lampung Regional Police
(Seaport Interdiction) foiled shabu distribution at Bakaheuni Harbour, South
Sumatera and seized thousands of ecstasy tablets in front of Season City, West
Jakarta; and apprehended two (2) suspects.
Seized evidence : 45 kg shabu dan 1,910 tablets ecstasy
40) Malaysia-Indonesia Syndicate Members, Dealers of Thousands of Ecstasy
Tablets, Arrested in Jakarta
14 October 2011: Police Directorate of Drug Crimes in cooperation with Jakarta
Metro Police foiled thousands of ecstasy tablets to be distributed in front of
Jelambar House of Grieve, West Jakarta, and at Villa kapuk Mas Housing,
Penjaringan, North Jakarta; arrested suspects: (6).
Seized evidence : 103,000 ecstasy tablets
41) Reporter Arrested at Bakaheuni for Carrying Shabu
Tuesday, 1 November 2011:At the Seaport Interdiction area Drug Task Force of
Lampung Regional Police foiled a smuggle and apprehended the suspect, a
reporter, with another suspect trying to smuggle shabu.
Seized evidence : 3 kg shabu
42) Six Indonesians Caught at Teluk Nibung Harbour for Smuggling Shabu from
Malaysia to Indonesia by Swallowing the Drug
2 November 2011: Customs Task Force at Teluk Nibung and Tanjung Balai
Police, North Sumatera Regional Police arrested six (6) Indonesians at Teluk
Nibung Harbour, Tanjung Balai, trying to smuggle shabu from Malaysia to Aceh.
Seized evidence : 1,001 grams shabu (wrapped up in 6 packages)
43) Nearly 10 Kg Shabu Seized from an Aceh Citizen at the Point of Departure to
Jakarta.
4 November 2011: A joint operation between PT Angkasa Pura (airport
management company) and North Sumatera Regional Police arrested the suspect,
an Aceh citizen at the Departure Terminal, Polonia Aiorport, Medan at the time of
departure for smuggling/carrying shabu.
Seized evidence : 6,955 grams shabu
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44) Woman Prisoner of Tangerang Women Prison in Control of Ecstasy and Shabu
Distribution
14 December 2011: Directorate of Drug Crimes Task Force, Bareskrim, National
Police, disclosed and arrested an ecstasy and shabu dealer at Harco Mangga Dua
shop-house, Block R, No. 35. Distribution was controlled by two woman prisoners
at Tangerang Women Prison; (6) suspects.
Seized evidence : 3,000 grams shabu
45) Shabu Dealer Arrested in Lampung
29 December 2011: Directorate of Drug Crimes Task Force, Police Criminal
Investigation Bureau, arrested a shabu dealer and suspect at Hotel Sheraton, Jl.
Wolter Monginsidi No. 175, Bandar Lampung.
Seized evidence : 4,000 grams shabu
46) Shabu Dealer Arrested in Polewali, Mandar (South Sulawesi)
2 December 2011: Drug Task Force, Polewali Police Resort, South Sulawesi
Regional Police apprehended a shabu dealer at Manding, Polewali, South
Sulawesi; (1) suspect.
Seized evidence : 150 grams shabu
47) Ecstasy Dealer Arrested in Medan
20 December 2011: Drug Task Force. of Medan Police Resort, North Sumatera
Regional Police disclosed a drug case and apprehended an ecstasy dealer at Hotel
Emerald Garden parking area, Jl. Puri Hijau, Medan; (1) suspect.
Seized evidence : 10,000 tablets ecstasy
b. Important Drug Cases disclosed by BNN Deputy of Eradication, 2011.
1) International and National Drug Syndicates disclosed.
Disclosures of International and National Drug Syndicates by BNN:
a) Controlled Delivery andUndercover Buy Operation of International
Syndicates
(1) ”Money Laundring” from drug crimes by an Iranian supplier of
drugs, Abbas Rosoul Kazerouni collaborating with a Nepal-Malaysia
receiver syndicate, Surya Bahadur Tamang and associates.
Smuggle of shabu by an international supplier headed by Abbas
Rosoul Kazerouni, and controlled by a Nepal-Malaysia receiving
syndicate of Indian descendant, Surya Bahadur Tamang als Boski als
Kiran als David (Nepalese nationality) from behind the bars at Pasir
Putih Prison, Nusakambangan involving an ex Nusakambangan
Prison warder Didi Riyanto and 11 suspects.
Seized evidence : 4.2 kg shabu; 870 grams heroin; and USD
175.955. cash money.
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(2) Drug smuggle by a French drug supplier with the suspects Gerard
Debetz, Abbas Bidmal Gharibali, and Decywarti Wihardja.
They were arrested at 10.00 AM at Ciputra Hotel, Rm 1706, Jl. S.
Parman, Tanjung Duren, West Jakarta, (3) suspects.
Seized evidence : One red Desley suitcase with 5,100 grams crystal
shabu and USD 20,000 in cash.
(3) Nigerian supplier syndicate: Priens als Peter Echezona als Pita als
Betheel Ndu
Shabu was concealed in the frame of a painting taking the route
Tanjung Pinang Harbour, Batam, and controlled by a Nigerian
syndicate by the name of Smith (in pursuit), involving six (6)
suspects..
Seized evidence : ‘Bong’ and 5,532.33 grams shabu
(4) Iranian suspect, Named Majid Mohammadizanjan Bin Ali Akbar.
Smuggle of shabu through the Arrival Terminal 2D at Soekarno-
Hatta Airport, Tangerang, on 11 April 2011, by Qatar Airways,
taking the route Damascus-Doha-Jakarta. The suspect swallowed the
drug.
Seized evidence : 898 grams shabu
(5) 11 April 2011, an Iranian syndicate named Ali Reza Asghari Bin
Esmaeil smuggled shabu by Qatar Airways; route: Damascus-Doha-
Jakarta.
Seized evidence : 646.7 grams shabu.
(6) Mansoor Dolatin Bin Khasali, arrested at the 2D Arrival Terminal at
Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang by Qatar Airways, taking the
route Damascus-Doha-Jakarta.
Seized evidence : 236.6 grams shabu, swallowed by the suspect.
(7) Malaysian Supplier syndicate, name of the suspect Wong Siong Ping,
arrested for smuggle of shabu on 24 May 2011, time: 20.00 hours
West Indonesian Time at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang,
flyingAir Asia from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta.
Seized evidence : 3,018.9 grams shabu.
(8) Nigerian supplier syndicate with the suspect Kelvin Abugu., arrested
on 2 June 2011 at Kelapa Dua, Kebon Jeruk, suspected of being
involved in an international syndicate. Suspects: (2).
Seized evidence : 4,976. 39 grams shabu.
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(9) Nigerian Supplier syndicate with the suspect George Aobina als Andi
als Kaise als Kingsley als Victor, prisoner at Cipinang Prison
smuggled heroin into Cipinang Prison. Transaction was made from
behind bars. He ordered the drug through Emeka in Nigeria. This
case involved three (3) Indonesian nationals.
Seized evidence : 150 grams heroin.
(10) International syndicate with the suspect (Indonesian) Suradi Halim
als Beong als Bob.
On 15 July 2011, time: 20.30 West Indonesian Time disclosure of
ecstasy smuggle at Jalan Bukit Mutiara, Sentul City, Bogor by
method of controlled delivery. Result: arrest of four (4) suspects..
Seized evidence : 250,000 tabs ecstasy.
(11) Taiwanese Supplier Syndicate with the suspects Aming, Huang Liang
Chien, and Chen Yu Hsiang (Taiwan nationals) apprehended on 11
September 2011 at Riverside Apartment, Pantai Indah Kapuk,
Jakarta, suspected shabu manufacturers.
Seized evidence : shabu, bong (smoking paraphernalia), mobile
phone and cash money Rp. 10 milliom; also a
large amount of narcotic precursors
b) International Drug Syndicate Collaborating with Syndicates from
Another Country.
(1) In cooperation with Thailand related to BNN investigation on fugitive
Abbas Rosoul Kazeroni involved in an international drug syndicate
and also a prisoner at Pasir Putih Nusakambangan Prison, Boski als
Bahadur als Tamang. .
(2) In cooperation with China for the investigation of the suspect Kamir
Santoso als Salim at Guangdong. The suspect was arrested by
Chinese law enforcement in December 2010 with 7 Kg shabu. Kamir
Santoso became an Interpol fugitive on ared notice at a request of
Indonesia, for carrying 7 Kg shabu. In Indonesia the suspect was
involved in some important drug cases, including the case involving
the Cipinang Prison warder Denny Sastori (Densos) cs.
(3) Cooperating with Portugal, for the investigation of the suspect
Roberst Raro and Wasijan involved in 1.8 tons cocaine smuggle in
Portugal on board Ms JOANA.
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The investigation was conducted to uncover an international drug
syndicate recruiting Indonesian crews for the smuggle of drugs.
BNN assisted Portugal Police to uncover the identity of the
international syndicate that has infiltrated Tegal in Central Java.
(4) Cooperation with Peru, Spain and Netherland for investigating
Indonesian couriers apprended in those countries.
(5) Cooperation with India to investigate Indonesian couriers arrested in
India, and to track the incoming route of narcotic precursors.
(6) Cooperation with Malaysia to investigate Indonesian couriers arrested
in Malaysia, also to pursue Indonesian suspects in Malaysia.
c) National syndicate networking
(1) Suspects Bong Ket Khiong als Akiong als Bobby, and Ferry als Rudi
als Alin.
Disclosure of a drug smuggle on 15 March 2011 in front of Sunter
Mall, Jl Danau Sunter, North Jakarta.
Seized evidence : 1,460 tabletsHappy Five and 310 ecstasy tablets.
(2) Suspect by the name of M. Zubir
Disclosure of a narcotic and precursor case controlled by a prisoner at
Class IIA Banceuy Prison, Bandung on 7 April 2011, involving ten
(10) arrested suspects.
Seized evidence :
(a) Pseudoephedrine : 2,670.40 grams
(b) Caffeine : 54,662.64 grams
(c) Dextro : 1,000 grams
(d) Citrix : 1.10 ons (110 grams)
(e) Shabu : 0.5 grams
(f) Ecstasy : 9 tablets
(g) Ecstasy powder : 208 grams
(h) Ephedrine : 1,823 tablets
(i) Aleron : 1,934 tablets
(j) 1 unit equipment for ecstasy manufacture
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(3) Drug syndicate with the suspect Irna Febriani als Shasa.
Disclosure of shabu smuggle on 11 May 2011 in front of CBD Plaza,
Ciledug..
Seized evidence : 684.3 grams shabu.
(4) Drug syndicate with the suspects Dedik Supramono and Tetep.
22 June 2011, arrrest of four (4) suspects, of an inter-city shabu
trafficking syndicate, Jakarta – Bali at the Rawamangun Bus
Terminal.
Seized evidence : shabu 187.25 gram.
(5) Suspects Hartoni and Marwan Adli, ex Head of Nusakambangan
Narcotic Prison.
Arrest of Hartoni, prisoner at Nusakambangan Narcotic Prison on 11
July 2011, for controlling the drug business from behind bars and
involving Head of Prison Marwan Adli. Also arrested six (6) other
suspects.
(6) Arrest of Sulikah als Sulityowati als Unyil als Lili als Dora
15 July 2011, the above suspect was arrested at a Guest House, Jl.
Kartini II, Central Jakarta, with evidence: 8,160.6 grams precursors, 5
litres liquid precursors, and equipment of a clandestine laboratory.
(7) Arrest of Elly Jusuf als Mami
A prisoner, Elly Jusuf als Mami, controlled the drug business from
inside the women prison Tanjung Gusta, Medan, North Sumatera.
Three (3) other suspects were also arrested.
Seized evidence : shabu 1,403.1 grams; shabu paraphernalia (bong),
scales, and cash money
(8) Suspect Zulkifli als Amar apprehended
The drug business controlled from behind bars by Zulkifli Amar
(prisoner), and three (3) other suspects.
Seized evidence : 3,928,9 grams shabu.
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6. Ranking of Cases and Suspects Related to Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances,
Apprehended by National Police and BNN, 2009 – 2011.
Table 48. Quantity and Ranking of Narcotic Cases, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 623 VII 566 VII 650 VIII
2. N. Sumatera 2,732 II 2,743 II 2,643 II
3. W. Sumatera 290 XIII 312 XIII 380 XIII
4. Riau 566 VIII 487 XI 598 IX
5. Riau Islands 308 XII 288 XV 317 XV
6. Jambi 182 XVIII 215 XVII 284 XVI
7. S. Sumatera 838 V 826 V 1,049 V
8. Bengkulu 155 XXI 122 XXII 130 XXIII
9. Lampung 515 IX 506 IX 521 XII
10. Bangka Belitung 127 XXII 126 XXI 188 XIX
11. Banten 167 XIX 205 XVII 141 XXI
12. DKI Jakarta 6,125 I 5,168 I 5,164 I
13. W. Java 1,012 IV 1,204 IV 1,217 IV
14. C. Java 625 VI 662 VI 683 VII
15. DI Yogyakarta 201 XVI 177 XX 164 XX
16. E. Java 1,896 III 1,634 III 1,761 III
17. W. Kalimantan 196 XVII 202 XIX 254 XVII
18. S. Kalimantan 492 X 519 VIII 834 VI
19. E. Kalimantan 466 XI 489 X 521 XI
20. C. Kalimantan 161 XX 247 XVI 215 XVIII
21. Bali 247 XIV 301 XIV 347 XIV
22. W. Nusatenggara 94 XXIII 118 XXIII 136 XXII
23. E. Nusatenggara 23 XXX 9 XXXI 25 XXX
24. S. Sulawesi 236 XV 413 XII 521 X
25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - -
26. S.E. Sulawesi 23 XXXI 40 XXVII 56 XXVII
27. C. Sulawesi 80 XXVI 103 XXIV 116 XXIV
28. N. Suawesi 25 XXIX 29 XXIX 58 XXVI
29. Gorontalo 27 XXVIII 19 XXX 13 XXXI
30. Maluku 48 XXVI 55 XXVI 37 XXVIII
31. N. Maluku 39 XXVII 34 XXVIII 33 XXIX
32. Papua 60 XXV 56 XXV 72 XXV
33. W. Papua - - - - - -
TOTAL 18,579 - 17,877 - 19,128 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 49. Quantity and Ranking of Cases Related to Narcotics and Psychotropic
Substances, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 623 VII 566 VII 650 VIII
2. N. Sumatera 2,732 II 2,743 II 2,650 III
3. W. Sumatera 290 XIII 312 XIII 380 XIII
4. Riau 566 VIII 487 XI 598 X
5. Riau Islands 308 XII 288 XV 319 XV
6. Jambi 182 XVIII 215 XVII 284 XVI
7. S. Sumatera 838 V 826 V 1,049 V
8. Bengkulu 155 XXI 122 XXII 130 XXIV
9. Lampung 515 IX 506 IX 530 XI
10. Bang Belitungel 127 XXII 126 XXI 191 XX
11. Banten 167 XIX 205 XVII 141 XXII
12. DKI Jakarta 6,125 I 5,168 I 5,211 I
13. W. Java 1,012 IV 1,204 IV 1,269 IV
14. C. Java 625 VI 662 VI 722 VII
15. DI Yogyakarta 201 XVI 177 XX 229 XIX
16. E. Java 1,896 III 1,634 III 2,899 II
17. W. Kalimantan 196 XVII 202 XIX 256 XVII
18. S. Kalimantan 492 X 519 VIII 880 VI
19. E. Kalimantan 466 XI 489 X 620 IX
20. C. Kalimantan 161 XX 247 XVI 243 XVIII
21. Bali 247 XIV 301 XIV 348 XIV
22. W. Nusatenggara 94 XXIII 118 XXIII 136 XXIII
23. E. Nusatenggara 23 XXX 9 XXXI 25 XXX
24. S. Sulawesi 236 XV 413 XII 521 XII
25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - -
26. S.E. Sulawesi 23 XXXI 40 XXVII 68 XXVII
27. C. Sulawesi 80 XXVI 103 XXIV 149 XXI
28. N. Suawesi 25 XXIX 29 XXIX 71 XXVI
29. Gorontalo 27 XXVIII 19 XXX 13 XXXI
30. Maluku 48 XXVI 55 XXVI 37 XXVIII
31. N. Maluku 39 XXVII 34 XXVIII 33 XXIX
32. Papua 60 XXV 56 XXV 72 XXV
33. W. Papua - - - - - -
TOTAL 18,579 - 17,877 - 20,724 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 50. Total Number and Ranking of Narcotic Suspects, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 809 VIII 779 IX 847 IX
2. N. Sumatera 3,719 II 3,697 II 3,487 II
3. W. Sumatera 430 XIII 479 XIII 557 XIII
4. Riau 840 VI 676 XI 852 VIII
5. Riau Islands 446 XII 364 XIV 394 XVI
6. Jambi 280 XV 347 XVI 409 XIV
7. S. Sumatera 1,108 V 1,103 V 1,416 V
8. Bengkulu 204 XXI 162 XXII 181 XXIII
9. Lampung 781 X 780 VIII 800 XI
10. Bangka Belitung 175 XXII 168 XXI 245 XIX
11. Banten 227 XIX 300 XVIII 217 XX
12. DKI Jakarta 7,797 I 6,392 I 6,302 I
13. W. Java 1,636 IV 1,818 IV 1,817 IV
14. C. Java 819 VII 867 VI 867 VII
15. DI Yogyakarta 271 XVII 210 XX 208 XXI
16. E. Java 2,379 III 2,100 III 2,217 III
17. W. Kalimantan 256 XVIII 290 XIX 338 XVII
18. S. Kalimantan 800 IX 797 VII 1,181 VI
19. E. Kalimantan 696 XI 725 X 835 X
20. C. Kalimantan 206 XX 360 XV 283 XVIII
21. Bali 280 XVI 334 XVII 397 XV
22. W. Nusatenggara 116 XXIII 155 XXIII 197 XXII
23. E. Nusatenggara 28 XXX 9 XXXI 30 XXX
24. S. Sulawesi 338 XIV 619 XII 739 XII
25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - -
26. S.E. Sulawesi 39 XXVIII 60 XXVII 78 XXVI
27. C. Sulawesi 100 XXIV 135 XXIV 131 XXIV
28. N. Sulawesi 25 XXXI 30 XXIX 66 XXVII
29. Gorontalo 32 XXIX 19 XXX 13 XXXI
30. Maluku 73 XXVI 64 XXVI 48 XXVIII
31. N. Maluku 47 XXVII 47 XXVIII 38 XXIX
32. Papua 75 XXV 72 XXV 82 XXV
33. W. Papua - - - - - -
TOTAL 25,032 - 23,958 - 25,272 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 51. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects Related to Narcotics and Psychotropic
Substances, 2009 – 2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 809 XI 779 X 847 X
2. N. Sumatera 3,732 II 3,708 II 3,494 III
3. W. Sumatera 430 XIII 479 XIII 557 XIII
4. Riau 840 X 677 XI 853 IX
5. Riau Islands 446 XII 364 XV 396 XVI
6. Jambi 280 XVII 347 XVI 409 XIV
7. S. Sumatera 1,108 V 1,103 V 1,416 V
8. Bengkulu 204 XXI 162 XXIII 181 XXIII
9. Lampung 871 VIII 780 IX 814 XI
10. Bangka Belitung 178 XXII 168 XXII 250 XX
11. Banten 228 XX 300 XIX 217 XXI
12. DKI Jakarta 7,797 I 6,392 I 6,366 I
13. W. Java 1,691 IV 1,843 IV 1,887 IV
14. C. Java 849 IX 887 VI 916 VIII
15. D.I Yogyakarta 351 XIV 303 XVIII 314 XVIII
16. E. Java 3,360 III 3,109 III 3,624 II
17. W. Kalimantan 256 XVIII 290 XX 340 XVII
18. S. Kalimantan 990 VI 813 VIII 1,227 VI
19. E. Kalimantan 881 VII 862 VII 967 VII
20. C. Kalimantan 243 XIX 429 XIV 312 XIX
21. Bali 286 XVI 337 XVII 398 XV
22. W. Nusatenggara 116 XXIV 155 XXIV 197 XXII
23. E. Nusatenggara 28 XXXI 9 XXXI 30 XXX
24. S. Sulawesi 338 XV 619 XII 739 XII
25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - -
26. S.E. Sulawesi 43 XXIX 82 XXV 90 XXV
27. C. Sulawesi 147 XXIII 172 XXI 166 XXIV
28. N. Sulawesi 57 XXVII 42 XXIX 81 XXVII
29. Gorontalo 32 XXX 19 XXX 13 XXXI
30. Maluku 73 XXVI 64 XXVII 48 XXVIII
31. N. Maluku 50 XXVIII 47 XXVIII 38 XXIX
32. Papua 75 XXV 73 XXVI 82 XXVI
33. W. Papua - - - - - -
TOTAL 26,789 - 25,414 - 27,269 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 52. Total Number and Ranking of Suspect Drug Dealers (Cultivation, Production,
Distribution) of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 459 IX 432 VIII 465 X
2. N. Sumatera 1,779 III 1,642 III 1,432 III
3. W. Sumatera 39 XXVII 63 XXII 96 XX
4. Riau 806 V 487 VII 603 VI
5. Riau Islands 274 X 181 XVI 214 XV
6. Jambi 241 XIII 245 XII 209 XVI
7. S. Sumatera 822 IV 579 VI 595 VII
8. Bengkulu 64 XXII 55 XXIII 73 XXIII
9. Lampung 258 XI 220 XIV 234 XIII
10. Bangka Belitung 125 XVI 91 XIX 205 XVII
11. Banten 61 XXIV 80 XX 88 XXII
12. DKI Jakarta 3,226 I 2,721 I 2,763 II
13. W. Java 494 VII 896 IV 788 V
14. C. Java 252 XII 368 IX 488 IX
15. DI Yogyakarta 73 XX 32 XXVI 32 XXVII
16. E. Java 2,014 II 2,503 II 3,100 I
17. W. Kalimantan 203 XIV 233 XIII 328 XII
18. S. Kalimantan 654 VI 634 V 1,004 IV
19. E. Kalimantan 465 VIII 362 X 397 XI
20. C. Kalimantan 149 XV 279 XI 218 XIV
21. Bali 63 XXIII 116 XVII 93 XXI
22. W. Nusatenggara 88 XIX 96 XVIII 119 XIX
23. E. Nusatenggara 27 XXVIII 9 XXX 29 XXVIII
24. S. Sulawesi 91 XVIII 78 XXI 554 VIII
25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - -
26. S.E. Sulawesi 22 XXIX 25 XXVII 52 XXV
27. C. Sulawesi 113 XVII 119 XVI 132 XVIII
28. N. Sulawesi 42 XXVI 17 XXIX 50 XXVI
29. Gorontalo 2 XXX 7 XXXI 7 XXXI
30. Maluku 65 XXI 45 XXV 15 XXX
31. N. Maluku 27 XXVIII 22 XXVIII 25 XXIX
32. Papua 52 XXV 48 XXIV 65 XXIV
33. W. Papua - - - - - -
TOTAL 13,050 - 12,685 - 14,473 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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Table 53. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Abusers (Consumers) of Narcotics and
Psychotropic Substances, 2009-2011
NO PROVINCE
2009 2010 2011
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
TOTAL
RAN-
KING
1. Aceh 350 IX 347 XI 382 X
2. N. Sumatera 1,953 II 2,066 II 2,062 II
3. W. Sumatera 391 VIII 416 X 461 VIII
4. Riau 34 XXI 190 XV 250 XIII
5. Riau Islands 172 XV 183 XVI 182 XVII
6. Jambi 39 XX 102 XX 200 XV
7. S. Sumatera 286 XI 524 VII 821 IV
8. Bengkulu 140 XVII 107 XIX 108 XIX
9. Lampung 613 V 560 V 580 V
10. Bangka Belitung 53 XIX 77 XXI 45 XXII
11. Banten 167 XVI 220 XIV 129 XVIII
12. DKI Jakarta 4,571 I 3,671 I 3,603 I
13. W. Java 1,197 IV 947 III 1,099 III
14. C. Java 597 VI 519 VIII 428 IX
15. DI Yogyakarta 278 XII 271 XII 282 XII
16. E. Java 1,346 III 606 IV 524 VII
17. W. Kalimantan 53 XIX 57 XXIII 12 XXIX
18. S. Kalimantan 336 X 179 XVII 223 XIV
19. E. Kalimantan 416 VII 500 IX 570 VI
20. C. Kalimantan 94 XVIII 150 XVIII 94 XX
21. Bali 223 XIV 221 XIII 305 XI
22. W. Nusatenggara 28 XXIII 59 XXII 78 XXI
23. E. Nusatenggara 1 XVIII - - 1 XXXI
24. S. Sulawesi 247 XIII 541 VI 185 XVI
25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - --
26. S.E. Sulawesi 21 XXV 57 XXIII 38 XXIII
27. C. Sulawesi 34 XXI 53 XXIV 34 XXIV
28. N. Sulawesi 15 XXVI 25 XXV 31 XXVI
29. Gorontalo 30 XXII 12 XXVII 6 XXX
30. Maluku 8 XXVII 19 XXVI 33 XXV
31. N. Maluku 23 XXIV 25 XXV 13 XXVIII
32. Papua 23 XXIV 25 XXV 17 XXVII
33. W. Papua - - - - - -
TOTAL 13,739 - 12,729 - 12,796 -
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
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7. Ranking of Potentials for Illicit Drug Trafficking, 2011 (Supply Reduction).
Table 54. Ranking of Potentials for Illicit Drug Trafficking, 2011
NO. PROVINCE
TOTAL
POPPULA-
TION
BETWEEN
10-59 YRS
2011
TOTAL NUMBER
OF SUSPECTS IN
ILLICIT DRUG
TRAFFICKING
(CULTIVATION,
PRODUCTION&
DISTRIBUTION)
2011
RATIO OF
ILLICIT
DRUG TRADE
SUSCEP-
TIBILITY
RANKING
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. N. Sulawesi 1,728,900 767 1 : 2,254 1
2. DKI Jakarta 7,026,400 2,682 1 : 2,619 2
3. S. Kalimantan 2,685,700 1,011 1 : 2,656 3
4. E. Java 27,172,100 7,529 1 : 3,608 4
5. E. Nusatenggara 3,243,300 877 1 : 3,698 5
6. Bangka Belitung 793,000 205 1 : 3,868 6
7. Bali 2,706,300 636 1 : 4,255 7
8. Riau Islands 1,045,136 217 1 : 4,816 8
9. S.E. Sulawesi 1,797,300 363 1 : 4,951 9
10. E. Kalimantan 2,512,400 401 1 : 6,265 10
11. Aceh 3,024,300 465 1 : 6,503 11
12. C. Kalimantan 1,918,100 291 1 : 6,591 12
13. N. Sumatera 9,839,100 1,453 1 : 6,771 13
14. Riau 4,787,564 605 1 : 7,913 14
15. S. Sumatera 5,535,400 595 1 : 9,303 15
16. Jambi 2,224,400 209 1 : 10,643 16
17. W. Kalimantan 3,599,100 333 1 : 10,808 17
18. S. Sulawesi 6,055,602 554 1 : 10,930 18
19. C. Sulawesi 2,032,700 171 1 : 11,887 19
20. C. Java 23,376,700 1,318 1 : 17,736 20
21. Bengkulu 1,377,600 73 1 : 18,871 21
22. Papua 1,591,329 84 1 : 18,944 22
23. W. Java 32,185,400 1,348 1 : 23,876 23
24. Lampung 5,925,300 240 1 : 24,688 24
25. W. Nusatenggara 3,493,100 127 1 : 27,504 25
26. Maluku 1,022,100 35 1 : 29,202 26
27. N. Maluku 730,600 25 1 : 29,224 27
28. DI Yogyakarta 2,593,000 78 1 : 33,243 28
29. W. Sumatera 3,309,500 97 1 : 34,118 29
30. Banten 8,233,400 88 1 : 93,561 30
31. Gorontalo 679,200 7 1 : 97,028 31
Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
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8. Distribution Versus Seizures of Evidence, 2011.
Table 55. Distribution Versus Seizures of Cannabis Herbs, 2011 (Gram)
NO PROVINCE
DISTRIBUTION/
DEMAND (FROM
SURVEY)
SEIZED
EVIDENCE
PLUS / MINUS REMARKS
1. Aceh 9,336,278 1,077,594.25 + 8,258,683.75 Eluded
2. N. Sumatera 35,686,233 1,630,601.67 + 34,055,631.33 id
3. W. Sumatera 6,476,194 320,709 + 6,155,485.00 id
4. Riau 11,626,006 87,222.48 + 11,538,783.52 id
5. Riau Islands 5,645,640 50,541.72 + 5,595,098.28 id
6. Jambi 4,721,727 85,777.13 + 4,635,949.87 id
7. S. Sumatera 10,828,656 24,050.90 + 10,804,605.10 id
8. Bengkulu 1,807,769 11,908,903.62 - 10,101,134.62 Surplus
9. Lampung 5,111,940 2,260,435.36 + 2,851,504.64 Eluded
10. Bangka Belitung 2,009,967 8,928.35 + 2,001,038.65 id
11. Banten 23,907,452 3,360.12 + 23,904,091.88 id
12. DKI Jakarta 68,795,003 3,242,098.70 + 65,552,904.30 id
13. W. Java 110,788,725 3,106,735.15 + 107,681,989.85 id
14. C. Java 59,802,357 12,241.30 + 59,790,115.70 id
15. DI Yogyakarta 9,322,501 4,129.48 + 9,318,371.52 id
16. E. Java 61,785,518 10,001.07 + 61,775,516.93 id
17. W. Kalimantan 4,668,297 119.65 + 4,668,177.35 id
18. S. Kalimantan 4,552,661 53.98 + 4,552,607.02 id
19. E. Kalimantan 7,043,155 8,569.30 + 7,034,585.70 id
20. C. Kalimantan 2,206,666 0.84 + 2,206,665.16 id
21. Bali 4,817,800 3,232 + 4,814,568.00 id
22. W. Nusatenggara 3,469,954 37,510.98 + 3.432,443.02 id
23. E. Nusatenggara 3,116,377 173.06 + 3,116,203.94 id
24. S. Sulawesi 11,546,153 50.50 + 11,546,102.50 id
25. W. Sulawesi 1,748,524 - + 1,748,524.00 id
26. S.E. Sulawesi 2,006,855 722.43 + 2,006,132.57 id
27. C. Sulawesi 4,177,884 156.82 + 4,177,727.18 id
28. N. Suawesi 3,901,906 589.11 + 3,901,316.89 id
29. Gorontalo 958,424 0.90 + 958,423.10 id
30. Maluku 1,603,765 107 + 1,603,658 id
31. N. Maluku 1,011,610 3,678.63 + 1,007,931.37 id
32. Papua 2,059,104 3,023.99 + 2,056,080.01 id
33. W. Papua 701,109 - + 701,109 id
TOTAL 487,242,210 23,891,319.49
+ 473,452,025.13
- 10,101,134.62
Eluded
Surplus
Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
Note : (-) = Surplus. Seizures are greater than demand.
(+) = Eluded. Demand is greater than seizures.
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Table 56. Distribution Versus Seizures of Cocaine, 2011 (Gram)
NO PROVINCE
DISTRIBUTION /
DEMAND
(FROM
SURVEY)
SEIZED
EVIDENCE
PLUS / MINUS REMARKS
1. Aceh - - - -
2. N. Sumatera 1,524 - + 1,524 Eluded
3. W. Sumatera - - - -
4. Riau 529 - + 529 Eluded
5. Riau Islands 495 - + 495 Eluded
6. Jambi - - - -
7. S. Sumatera 440 - + 440 Eluded
8. Bengkulu - - - -
9. Lampung - - - -
10. Bangka Belitung - - - -
11. Banten 545 - + 545 Eluded
12. DKI Jakarta 6,038 115 + 5,923 Eluded
13. W. Java 4,407 - + 4,407 Eluded
14. C. Java 4,647 - + 4,647 Eluded
15. DI Yogyakarta 1,793 - + 1,793 Eluded
16. E. Java 4,477 - + 4,477 Eluded
17. W. Kalimantan 387 - + 387 Eluded
18. S. Kalimantan - - - -
19. E. Kalimantan 323 - + 323 Eluded
20. C. Kalimantan - - - -
21. Bali 5,245 1.97 + 5,243.03 Eluded
22. W. Nusatenggara 1,372 - + 1,372 Eluded
23. E. Nusatenggara - - - -
24. S. Sulawesi 1,095 - + 1,095 Eluded
25. W. Sulawesi - - - -
26. S.E. Sulawesi - - - -
27. C. Sulawesi - - - -
28. N. Sulawesi - - - -
29. Gorontalo - - - -
30. Maluku - - - -
31. N. Maluku - - - -
32. Papua - - - -
33. W. Papua - - - -
TOTAL 33,317 116.97 + 33,200.03 Eluded
Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
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Table 57. Distribution Versus Seizures of Hashish, 2011 (Gram)
NO PROVINCE
DISTRIBUTION /
DEMAND
(FROM
SURVEY)
SEIZED
EVIDENCE
PLUS / MINUS REMARKS
1. Aceh 39,084 - + 39,084.00 Eluded
2. N. Sumatera 122,627 - + 122,627.00 Eluded
3. W. Sumatera 18,205 - + 18,205.00 Eluded
4. Riau 46,747 - + 46,747.00 Eluded
5. Riau Islands 36,992 - + 36,992.00 Eluded
6. Jambi 23,813 - + 23,813.00 Eluded
7. S. Sumatera 20,882 - + 20,882.00 Eluded
8. Bengkulu 5,895 - + 5,895.00 Eluded
9. Lampung 27,894 - + 27,894.00 Eluded
10. Bangka Belitung 5,415 - + 5,415.00 Eluded
11. Banten 41,892 - + 41,892.00 Eluded
12. DKI Jakarta 197,010 - + 197,010.00 Eluded
13. W. Java 196,672 - + 196,672.00 Eluded
14. C. Java 356,167 - + 356,167.00 Eluded
15. DI Yogyakarta 29,354 - + 29,354.00 Eluded
16. E. Java 197,380 - + 197,380.00 Eluded
17. W. Kalimantan 20,905 - + 20,905.00 Eluded
18. S. Kalimantan 18,584 - + 18,584.00 Eluded
19. E. Kalimantan 10,406 - + 10,406.00 Eluded
20. C. Kalimantan 11,860 - + 11,860.00 Eluded
21. Bali 38,390 230.99 + 38,159.01 Eluded
22. W. Nusatenggara 13,244 - + 13,244.00 Eluded
23. E. Nusatenggara 7,853 - + 7,853.00 Eluded
24. S. Sulawesi 34,718 - + 34,718.00 Eluded
25. W. Sulawesi 852 - + 852.00 Eluded
26. S.E. Sulawesi 4,184 - + 4,184.00 Eluded
27. C. Sulawesi 1,948 - + 1,948.00 Eluded
28. N. Sulawesi 5,197 - + 5,197.00 Eluded
29. Gorontalo 888 - + 888.00 Eluded
30. Maluku 12,159 - + 12,159.00 Eluded
31. N. Maluku 4,330 - + 4,330.00 Eluded
32. Papua 5,421 - + 5,421.00 Eluded
33. W. Papua 3,714 - + 3,714.00 Eluded
TOTAL 1,560,682 230.99 + 1,560,451.01 Eluded
Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
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Table 58. DistributionVersus Seizures of Ecstasy, 2011 (Tablets)
NO PROVINCE
DISTRIBUTION /
DEMAND
(FROM
SURVEY)
SEIZED
EVIDENCE
PLUS / MINUS REMARKS
1. Aceh 1,155,751 4.00 + 1,155,747.00 Eluded
2. N. Sumatera 12,856,476 12,544.00 + 12,843,932.00 Eluded
3. W. Sumatera 2,299,192 6.00 + 2,299,186.00 Eluded
4. Riau 4,704,381 999.50 + 4,703,381.50 Eluded
5. Riau Islands 3,862,794 19.806.00 + 3,842,988.00 Eluded
6. Jambi 1,887,310 578.00 + 1,886,732.00 Eluded
7. S. Sumatera 4,471,420 54,462.50 + 4,416,957.50 Eluded
8. Bengkulu 447,849 102.00 + 447,747.00 Eluded
9. Lampung 1,250,311 90,974.25 + 1,159,336.75 Eluded
10. Bangka Belitung 967,797 591.25 + 967,206.75 Eluded
11. Banten 4,436,445 5,959.00 + 4,430,485.00 Eluded
12. DKI Jakarta 16,221,475 803,315.25 + 15,418,159.75 Eluded
13. W. Java 21,457,672 3,307.00 + 21,454,365.00 Eluded
14. C. Java 20,790,034 258.00 + 20,789,776.00 Eluded
15. DI Yogyakarta 4,411,055 - + 4,411,055.00 Eluded
16. E. Java 24,167,460 96,085.00 + 24,071,375.00 Eluded
17. W. Kalimantan 1,792,432 796.50 + 1,791,635.50 Eluded
18. S. Kalimantan 1,499,319 1,547.00 + 1,497,772.00 Eluded
19. E. Kalimantan 2,510,501 1,087.50 + 2,509,413.50 Eluded
20. C. Kalimantan 933,997 14.00 + 933,983.00 Eluded
21. Bali 1,705,623 3,039.00 + 1,702,584.00 Eluded
22. W. Nusatenggara 858,789 3.00 + 858,786.00 Eluded
23. E. Nusatenggara 1,131,902 - + 1,131,902.00 Eluded
24. S. Sulawesi 5,906,752 522.00 + 5,906,230.00 Eluded
25. W. Sulawesi 719,760 - + 719,760.00 Eluded
26. S.E. Sulawesi 855,352 156.00 + 855,196.00 Eluded
27. C. Sulawesi 1,589,004 14.00 + 1,588,990.00 Eluded
28. N. Sulawesi 1.448,281 - + 1,448,281.00 Eluded
29. Gorontalo 358,639 - + 358,639.00 Eluded
30. Maluku 603,167 10.00 + 603,157.00 Eluded
31. N. Maluku 332,506 - + 332,506.00 Eluded
32. Papua 554,408 15.00 + 554,393.00 Eluded
33. W. Papua 223,764 - + 223,764.00 Eluded
TOTAL 148,411,618 1,096,195.75 + 147,315,422.25 Eluded
Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
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Table 59. Distribution Versus Seizures of Shabu, 2011 (Gram)
NO PROVINCE
DISTRIBUTION /
DEMAND
(FROM
SURVEY)
SEIZED
EVIDENCE
PLUS / MINUS REMARKS
1. Aceh 757,626 7,116.96 + 750,509.04 Eluded
2. N. Sumatera 4,066,434 46,331.22 + 4,020,102.78 Eluded
3. W. Sumatera 689,996 916.94 + 689,079.06 Eluded
4. Riau 1,297,485 11,556.28 + 1,285,928.72 Eluded
5. Riau Islands 1,117,377 11,313.60 + 1,106,063.40 Eluded
6. Jambi 542,229 2,334.23 + 539,894.77 Eluded
7. S. Sumatera 1,326,723 8,585.99 + 1,318,137.01 Eluded
8. Bengkulu 185,979 218.52 + 185,760.48 Eluded
9. Lampung 423,356 96,517.78 + 326,838.22 Eluded
10. Bangka Belitung 259,378 756.39 + 258,621.61 Eluded
11. Banten 1,615,942 105.18 + 1,615,836.82 Eluded
12. DKI Jakarta 5,186,805 301,056.15 + 4,885,748.85 Eluded
13. W. Java 8,355,827 3,273.09 + 8,352,553.91 Eluded
14. C. Java 6,603,618 2,028.03 + 6,601,589.97 Eluded
15. DI Yogyakarta 1,125,011 1,624.89 + 1,123,386.11 Eluded
16. E. Java 8,151,198 633,928.87 + 7,517,269.13 Eluded
17. W. Kalimantan 645,029 691.16 + 644,337.84 Eluded
18. S. Kalimantan 556,983 3,288.79 + 553,694.21 Eluded
19. E. Kalimantan 788,217 6,946.04 + 781,270.96 Eluded
20. C. Kalimantan 325,407 467.18 + 324,939.82 Eluded
21. Bali 687,259 17,024.02 + 670,234.98 Eluded
22. W. Nusatenggara 316,402 3,729.13 + 312,672.87 Eluded
23. E. Nusatenggara 399,795 4.76 + 399,790.24 Eluded
24. S. Sulawesi 2,028,191 814.97 + 2,027,376.03 Eluded
25. W. Sulawesi 258,115 - + 258,115.00 Eluded
26. S.E. Sulawesi 287,953 161.75 + 287,791.25 Eluded
27. C. Sulawesi 564,612 181.21 + 564,430.79 Eluded
28. N. Sulawesi 467,806 31.43 + 467,774.57 Eluded
29. Gorontalo 128,007 99.51 + 127,907.49 Eluded
30. Maluku 238,829 66.02 + 238,762.98 Eluded
31. N. Maluku 121,464 6.80 + 121,457.20 Eluded
32. Papua 212,264 91.04 + 212,172.96 Eluded
33. W. Papua 88,061 - + 88,061.00 Eluded
TOTAL 49,819,378 1,161,267.93 + 48.658.110,07 Eluded
Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
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9. Domestic and Overseas Drug Illicit Trafficking Routes, 2011.
a. Overseas routes.
Several trafficking routes of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances coming into
Indonesia:
1) Heroin/Morphine.
a) Heroin - Golden Triangle (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar :
(1) Bangkok – Hat Jai – Penang – Medan.
(2) Bangkok – Medan / Denpasar / Surabaya – Jakarta.
(3) Bangkok – Singapura – Denpasar – Perth (Australia).
(4) Bangkok – Samarinda – Korea – Jepang.
(5) Bangkok – Solo – Jakarta – Denpasar – Perth (Australia).
(6) Bangkok – Solo – Surabaya – Kun Ming (RRC).
Figure 1. Routes from Golden Triangle
b) Heroin - Golden Crescent (Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan) :
(1) Karachi – New Delhi – Medan / Batam / Surabaya – Jakarta.
(2) Karachi – Dubai – Medan / Surabaya – Jakarta.
(3) Karachi – Katmandhu – Singapura – Medan / Batam / Surabaya–
Jakarta.
Figure 2. Routes from Golden Crecent (Heroin/Morphine)
MEDAN
BANGKOK
SURABAYA
SINGAPURA
PENANG
HAT JAI
JAKARTA DENPASAR
SAMARINDA
SOLO
KUNMING
DUBAI
KARACHI
NEW DELHI
KATMANDHU
SINGAPURA
MEDAN
JAKARTA
BATAM
SURABAYA
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2) Cocaine Routes (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 – Hong Kong – Denpasar – Australia.
d) Colombia – Jakarta – Erope – USA.
e) Bolivia – Denpasar. g) Mexico – Denpasar.
f) Peru – Denpasar. h) Australia – Denpasar.
Figure 3. Latin/South America Cocaine Routes
3) Hashish Routes (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 – Singapore – Lombok / Kupang – USA.
Figure 4. Hashish Trafficking Routes
TOKYO
NEW DELHI
BOMBAY
USA
KOLOMBO
AUSTRALIA
SIURA
BANGKOK
KUPANG
TARAMDENPASAR
KHATMANDU
AMERIKA SELATAN
LIMA/ SANTIAGO
FRANKFURT
BRAZILLIA
JAKARTA
EROPA
MEDAN
AMSTERDAM
PENANG
HONGKONG
KUALA LUMPUR
PERU
COLOMBIA
USA
MEXICO
DENPASAR
BOLIVIA
AUSTRALIA
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Jurnal Data P4GN 2011 - Edisi 2012 - EN

  • 1. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 1 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1. Global Trend of Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking The problem of drug abuse and illicit drug trafficking maintains a serious threat to every State in the world, as a result of the increase in illegal production, and the wide and fast-moving distribution of the drugs that pass over every State. Consequently, drug abuse victims augment every year. The rigorous control on drugs by countries at global level resulted in restraining drug distribution in Europe, America and Asia. However, in reality, drug transactions and illicit trafficking by syndicates of organized crime continue to increase, making it necessary to exert all efforts to protect the society from the threat of drugs. UNODC estimates that 149 to 272 million people consumed drugs in 2009, i.e. 3.3% among the age group 15 – 64 years, and it is estimated that half of the above number continues to be drug abusers until today. Cannabis/marijuana or ganja maintains the most consumed drug; approximately 125-203 people consumed ganja in 2008, followed by ATS (Amphetamine-type Stimulants), shabu (meths) and ecstasy. At the time the trend of heroin and cocaine consumption was believed in a stable condition, or decreased, almost the majority of this region equally increased in the consumption of prescription and synthetic drugs. Prescription drugs for non-medical use became a new problem in a number of developed and developing countries. In recent years some new compounds of synthetic drugs emerged in the black drug market, known as Legal High as a substitute of cocaine and ecstasy. Another example is piperazines and mephedrone, among the uncontrolled chemicals. Aside from the above, there is indication of demand for synthetic cannabis known as Spice,traded in the internet and some particular stores. As regard the demand for drugs, every region depicts a different condition. A significant demand for cannabis/ganja is noticed in almost all the regions, particularly in Africa and Oceania. Demand for opiates dominates Europe and Asia, while cocaine is the main problem in South America. There is much demand for marijuana, opiates and cocaine in North America. Demand for ATS does not dominate in the regions, but takes quite an important role in Asia and Oceania, also in Europe and North America. The production of opium is estimated at 195,700 hectares, the largest cultivation area of 123,000 HA in Afghanistan. Myanmar shows a 20% increase in opium cultivation compared to 2009, but the opium production indicated a significant decrease in 2010.
  • 2. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 2 There was indication that coca cultivation constanly decreased as much as 149,100 HA in 2010 or the equal of 18% from 2007 to 2010. 2. Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking in Indonesia The trend of drug abuse and illicit drug trafficking is indicated in the decrease of cases and suspects for cannabis and heroin since 2007, likewise for hashish in 2011, compared to 2010. A quite significant decrease was also indicated for ecstasy, but increased significantly for shabu from 2007 onwards. However, there was a sharp decrease in seizures of hashish, from 4,946.60 grams (2010) to 230.99 grams (2011), the equal of 2,041.48%. Seizures of ganja increased from 22,689,916.05 grams (2010) to 25,053,44 grams (2011), or an equal of 94.6%. There has been a constant increase in the distribution of shabu (meths) in the past 5 years (2007-2011), as was indicated in the increase of cases and suspects with an average of 21.23%, or from 5,456 cases in 2007 to 11,764 cases in 2011; also an increase of 16.47% of suspects from 8,651 in 2007 to 15,683 in 2011. A sharp rise was seen in seizures of shabu, i.e. 208.4%, from 354,065.84 grams (2010) to 1,092,029.09 grams (2011). Shabu seizures by the Directorate of General of Customs & Excise also indicated an increase. Based on the type of drugs in the period 2007-2011, the number of cases related to narcotics, psychotropic substances and other addictive substances increased from 17,834 (2010) to 19,045 (2011), or 6.8% for narcotics, from 1,181 (2010) to 1,601 (2011), for psycotropic substances, 35.6%, or 7,599 (2010) to 9,067 (2011), and for other addictive substances 19.35%. A national survey conducted by BNN and Health Research Center, University of Indonesia in 2011 on Development of Drug Abuse in Indonesia (Social and Economic Loss) indicates the prevalence rate of drug abuse has reached 2.2%, or 3,8 million from the total population (age 10-60 years). This shows an increase of 0.21% compared to 2008, or a percentage of 1.99% or 3.3 million individuals. Based on data from BNN Deputy of Rehabilitation, 6,738 drug abusers/addicts have received T&R services in 2011, the majority (1,555) among the group of 26-30 years. The most consumed drug among the group treated 2,188 are for cannabis/ganja, and consecutively 2,117 for shabu, 1,423 for heroin, ecstasy, diazepam, cocaine and other drugs.
  • 3. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 3 CHAPTER II DATA ON SUPPLY REDUCTION 1. Drug Cases in 2007 – 2011 Table 1. Number of Drug Cases Based on Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Note : Not included other dangerous substances. Diagram 1. Total Drug Cases Based on Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011 From 2007-2010 cases of cannabis, heroin and ecstasy, indicated an average decrease of 9.9% for cannabis, 26.6% for heroin, and 23.5% for ecstasy, while cases of shabu increased 21.2%. NO. CASES YEAR TOTAL 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1. Cannabis 9,123 8,459 8,722 7,092 5,909 39,305 2. Heroin 2,246 1,534 797 652 597 5,826 3. Hashish 5 5 3 9 3 25 4. Cocaine 4 7 2 5 2 20 5. Codeine 2 2 - - - 4 6. Morphine - 1 - - - 1 7. Ecstasy 2,381 2,094 1,403 854 770 7,502 8. Shabu 5,456 6,522 7,648 9,122 11,764 40,612 9. Controlled Medicines 1,452 1,167 1,040 904 1,273 5,836 10. Benzodiazepines - - 299 132 144 575 11. Barbiturates - - - 127 174 301 12. Ketamine - - - 13 10 23 13. Alcohol 1,943 9,429 10,742 7,451 8,880 38,445 TOTAL 22,612 29,220 30,656 26,461 29,526 138,475 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Cannabis Heroin Hashish Cocaine Codein Morphine Ecstasy Shabu Controlled Medicine Benzodiazepines Barbiturates Ketamine Alcohol
  • 4. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 4 Table 2. Number of Drug Based on Drug Classification, 2007-2011 NO. YEAR KASUS TOTAL % INCR. (+)/ DECR. (-) NARCO- TICS PSYCH. SUBST. OTHER ADDIC- TIVE SUBST. 1. 2007 11,380 9,289 1,961 22,630 2. 2008 10,008 9,783 9,573 29,364 +29.75 3. 2009 11,135 8,779 10,964 30,878 + 5.16 4. 2010 17,834 1,181 7,599 26,614 -13.81 5. 2011 19,045 1,601 9,067 29,713 +11.64 TOTAL 69,402 30,633 39,164 139,196 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 2. Number of Drug Cases Based on Drug Classification, 2007–2011 The number of cases related to narcotics, psychotropic substances and other addictive substances augmented significantly from 2010, namely, 6.8% or 1,211 cases for narcotics, 35.65 of 420 cases for psychotropic substances, and 19.3% or 1,468 cases for other addictive substances. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 2007 2008 2009 *2010 *2011 11,380 10,008 11,135 17,834 19,045 9,289 9,783 8,779 1,181 1,601 1,961 9,573 10,964 7,599 9,067 Narcotics Psych. Subst. Other Addictive Subst.
  • 5. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 5 Table 3. Number of Drug Cases Based on Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR CRIMINAL ACTIVITY TOTALCULTIVA TION PRODUCT ION DISTRIBU TION CONSUM PTION 1. 2007 85 17 11,677 10,851 22,630 2. 2008 68 48 17,833 11,415 29,364 3. 2009 72 77 20,449 10,280 30,878 4. 2010 50 89 17,036 9,439 26,614 5. 2011 69 30 19,454 10,160 21,713 TOTAL 344 261 86,449 52,145 139,199 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 3. Number of Drug Cases Based on Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011 Cases related to distribution, consumption and cultivation increased by 14.2% or 2,418 cases in 2011, namely, 7.6% or 721 cases of consumption, 38% or 19 cases of cultivation, from 2010. A sharp rise occurred in 2011 for cultivation, namely, 66.3% or 59 cases. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 85 68 72 50 69 17 48 77 89 30 11,677 17,833 20,449 17,036 19,454 10,851 11,415 10,280 9,439 10,160 Cultivation Production Distribution Consumption
  • 6. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 6 Table 4. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011 NO. TYPE SUSPECTS TOTAL2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1. Cannabis 15,116 11,580 11,998 9,631 7,823 56,148 2. Heroin 2,827 1,821 925 761 689 7,023 3. Hashish 5 6 3 9 3 26 4. Cocaine 4 10 2 5 3 24 5. Codeine 3 2 - - - 5 6. Morphine - 1 - - - 1 7. Ecstasy 3,415 2,947 1,919 1,077 953 10,311 8. Shabu 8,651 8,685 10,183 12,417 15,683 55,619 9. Controlled Medicines 2,140 1,481 1,343 1,151 1,572 7,687 10. Benzodiazepines - - 395 168 195 758 11. Barbiturates - - - 169 219 388 12. Ketamine - - - 14 11 25 13. Alcohol 3,984 18,028 11,405 7,872 9,241 50,530 TOTAL 36,145 44,561 38,173 33,274 36,392 188,545 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Note : Not included suspects of other dangerous substances. Diagram 4. Number of Drug suspects Based on the Type of Drug, 2007 – 2011 From 2007-2011 Cannabis/Ganja, heroin and ecstasy related suspects decreased with an average of 14.6% for ganja, 28% for heroin, and 26% for ecstasy, while an increase was indicated for shabu, namely 16.5% 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Cannabis Heroin Hashish Cocaine Codeine Morphine Ecstasy Shabu Controlled Medicenes Benzodiazepines Barbiturates Ketamine Alcohol
  • 7. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 7 Table 5. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Drug Classification, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR SUSPECTS TOTAL % INCR. (+)/ DECR. (-) NARCO- TICS PSYCH. SUBST. OTHER ADDIC- TIVE SUBST. 1. 2007 17,955 14,206 4,008 36,169 2. 2008 13,420 13,113 18,178 44,711 + 23 3. 2009 15,081 11,687 11,635 38,403 - 14.10 4. 2010 23,900 1,502 8,020 33,422 - 12.97 5. 2011 25,154 1,997 9,438 36,589 + 9.47 TOTAL 95,510 42,505 51,279 189,294 Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 a. An increase was seen in the number of drug suspects from 2008-2010, namely, 44,711 in 2008 to 33,422 in 2010, or an average of 13.54% per year, while in 2011 it increased to 9.4%. b. Number of suspects related to narcotics, psychotropic substances and other addictive substances indicated a significant increase in 2011, 5.2% or 1,254 narcotics suspects , 32.9% or 495 for psychotropic substances, and 17.7% or 1,418 for other addictive substances, compared to 2010. Diagram 5. Number of Drug suspects Based on Drug Classification, 2007 – 2011 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 17,955 13,420 15,081 23,900 25,154 14,206 1,3113 11,687 1,502 1,997 4,008 18,178 11,635 8,020 9,438 Narcotics Psych. Subst. Other Addictive Subts.
  • 8. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 8 Table 6. Number of Drug Suspects Based on the Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR ACTIVITY TOTALCULTI- VATION PRODUC- TION DISTRI- BUTION CON- SUMP- TION 1. 2007 60 35 19,177 16,897 36,169 2. 2008 44 61 29,121 15,485 44,711 3. 2009 52 107 24,060 14,184 38,403 4. 2010 35 112 20,189 13,086 33,422 5. 2011 35 39 22,810 13,705 36,589 TOTAL 226 354 115,357 73,357 189,294 % 0.1 0.2 60.9 38.8 100 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 6. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Criminal Activity, 2007 – 2011 Some additional notes clarifying the above table and diagram: a. A significant increase was seen in the number of suspects related to illicit cultivation in 2009, from 18.18% or 44 suspects in 2008 to 52 suspects in 2009. The number of suspects was stable in 2010 and 2011, while suspects related to production decreased sharply in 2011, from 112 in 2010 to 39 suspects in 2011, or 187.2%. b. Suspects of drug consumption decreased from 2007-2010, increased in 2011, while suspects of drug distribution indicated a decline from 2008-2010, but increased again in 2011. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 60 44 52 35 35 35 61 107 112 39 19,177 29,121 24,060 20,189 22,810 16,897 15,485 14,184 13,086 13,705 Cultivation Production Distribution Consumption
  • 9. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 9 Table 7. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR NATIONALITY TOTAL INDONESIAN FOREIGN 1. 2007 36,101 68 36,169 2. 2008 44,613 98 44,711 3. 2009 38,295 108 38,403 4. 2010 33,288 134 33,422 5. 2011 36,469 120 36,589 TOTAL 188,766 528 189,294 % 99.7 0.3 100 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 7. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality, 2007 – 2011 The above illustration shows the following details: a. The number of drug suspects decreased, from 44,613 in 2008 to 38,295 or 14.2% in 2009, but in 2011 increased 9.5% or an addition of 3,181 suspects from 33,288 in 2010 to 36,469 suspects in 2011. b. Foreign suspects increased in the period 2007-2010, from 68 in 2007 to 134 in 2010 with an average percentage of 26.1%, or an addition of 22 suspects; in 2011 the number decreased 10.4% or less 14 suspects than in 2010. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 36,101 44,613 37,955 33,288 36,469 68 98 115 134 120 WNI WNA
  • 10. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 10 Table 8. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality and Gender, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR INDONESIAN FOREIGN NATIONALS TOTAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE 1. 2007 33,067 3,034 67 1 36,169 2. 2008 41,257 3,356 88 10 44,711 3. 2009 35,193 3,102 91 17 38,403 4. 2010 30,479 2,809 111 23 33,422 5. 2011 32,810 3,659 105 15 36,589 TOTAL 172,806 15,960 462 66 189,294 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 8. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Nationality and Gender, 2007 – 2011 Some notes on the above table and diagram: a. A decrease was seen in the number of Indonesian suspects in 2008 – 2010, but increased with an addition of 2,331 males and 850 females in 2011. b. Foreign nationals involved in drug cases increased from 2007 – 2010, but decreased in 2011, less 6 males and 8 females. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 33,067 41,257 35,193 30,479 32,810 3,034 3,356 3,102 2,809 3,659 67 88 91 111 105 1 10 17 23 15 Indonesian (Male) Indonesian (Female) Foreign Nationals (Male) Foreign Nationals (Female)
  • 11. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 11 Table 9. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Gender, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR GENDER TOTAL MALE FEMALE 1. 2007 33,134 3,035 36,169 2. 2008 41,345 3,366 44,711 3. 2009 35,284 3,119 38,403 4. 2010 30,590 2,832 33,422 5. 2011 32,915 3,674 36,589 TOTAL 173,268 16,026 189,294 % 91.5 8.5 100 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 9. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Gender, 2007 – 2011 More details on the above table and diagram: a. The proportion of suspects from 2007 – 2011 is: 91.5% male and 8.5% female. b. There was an increase of 7.6% in the number of male suspects in 2011, or by 2,325 from 2010. c. Females increased by 29.7% or 842 in 2010 from 2010. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 33,134 41,345 35,284 30,590 32,915 3.035 3.366 3.119 2.832 3.674 Male Female
  • 12. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 12 Table10. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Age Group, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR AGE GROUP TOTAL <16 16-19 20-24 25-29 > 30 1. 2007 110 2,617 8,275 9,278 15,889 36,169 2. 2008 133 2,001 6,441 10,136 26,000 44,711 3. 2009 113 1,731 5,430 9,756 21,373 38,403 4. 2010 88 1,515 4,987 8,915 17,917 33,422 5. 2011 117 1,771 5,361 11,691 17,649 36,589 TOTAL 561 9,635 30,494 49,776 98,828 189,294 % 0.3 5.1 16.1 26.3 52.2 100 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 10. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Age Group, 2007 – 2011 More details on the above table and diagram: a. The group of adults rates the highest in 2007-2011. This group numbers 17,649 from the total 36,589 suspects, or approx. 48.2% b. Compared to the adult suspects in 2010 this group decreased in 2010 with a percentage of 1.5%, or 268 suspects. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 110 133 113 88 117 2,617 2,001 1,731 1,515 1,771 8,275 6,441 5,430 4,987 5,361 9,278 10,136 9,756 8,915 11,691 15,889 26,000 21,373 17,917 17,649 < 16 Year 16-19 Year 20-24 Year 25-29 Year > 30 Year
  • 13. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 13 Table 11. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Level of Education, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR EDUCATION TOTALELEMEN- TARY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL UNIVER- SITY 1. 2007 4,138 7,486 23,727 818 36,169 2. 2008 4,404 10,827 28,479 1,001 44,711 3. 2009 4,763 8,322 24,326 992 38,403 4. 2010 4,009 8,254 20,217 942 33,422 5. 2011 5,087 9,989 20,398 1,115 36,589 TOTAL 22,401 44,878 117,147 4,868 189,294 % 11.8 23.7 61.9 2.6 100 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 11. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Level of Education, 2007 - 2011 The period 2007 – 2011 indicates 61.9%, or 117,147 suspects are students of Senior Secondary School. The second rating are students from Junior Secondary School, with a percentage of 23.7%, and the third,Elementary School students, with a percentage of 11.8%. The lowest rating belongs to the students of higher education/university (2.6%). 4,138 4,404 4,763 4,009 5,087 7,486 10,827 8,322 8,254 9,989 23,727 28,479 24,326 20,217 20,398 818 1,001 992 942 1,115 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Elemantary Junior High School Senior High School University
  • 14. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 14 Table 12. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Occupation, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR OCCUPATION CIVIL SER- VANT POLI- CE/AR MED FOR- CES PRI- VATE SEC- TOR ENTRE PRE- NEUR FAR- MER LA- BOR UNIV. STU- DENT SE- CON- DARY STU- DENT UN- EM- PLOY ED 1. 2007 226 235 16,667 5,151 891 5,079 721 712 6,487 2. 2008 210 273 17,588 14,631 639 3,580 647 654 6,489 3. 2009 250 307 14,550 11,256 780 3,598 653 635 6,374 4. 2010 248 227 13,913 7,458 902 3,943 515 531 5,685 5. 2011 334 289 17,381 7,693 1,078 3,522 607 605 5,080 TOTAL 1,268 1,331 80,099 46,189 4,290 19,722 3,143 3,137 30,115 % 0.6 0.7 42.3 24.4 2.3 10.4 1.7 1.7 15.9 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 12. Number of Drug Suspects Based on Occupation, 2007 – 2011 Some elaborations on the above table and diagram: a. The largest portion related to occupation is the private sector, namely, 42.3% (80,099), followed by entrepreneur, 24.4% (46,189). In 2010 these two groups indicate an increase, in the private sector 24.9% (3,468) and entrepreneur 3.2% (235). b. The number of unemployed is 31,115 or 15.9% in 2007 – 2011, which is relatively stable since 2006, namely 5,080 in 2011. 226 210 250 248 334 235 273 307 227 289 16,667 17,588 14,550 13,913 17,381 5,151 14,631 11,256 7,458 7,693 891 639 780 902 1,078 5,079 3,580 3,598 3,943 3,522 721 647 653 515 607 712 654 635 531 605 6,487 6,489 6,374 5,685 5,080 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Civil Servant Police/Armed Forces Private Sector Entrepreneur Farmer Labor Univ. Student Secondary Student Unemployed
  • 15. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 15 Table 13. Number of Foreign Nationals Involved in Drug Cases in Indonesia, 2009 – 2011 NO. NATIONALITY YEAR DETAILS 2009 2010 2011 1 2 4 5 6 7 I. A s i a 1. Singapore 5 3 6 2. Malaysia 16 24 36 3. Philippines - 6 2 4. Japan 1 2 4 5. Taiwan 1 6 4 6. China 12 9 6 7. Korea - 2 - 8. South Korea 1 1 1 9. India 2 9 6 10. Thailand 1 4 2 11. Iran 39 29 11 12. Saudi Arabia - 1 - 13. Papua Nugini 2 1 6 14. Nepal - 3 - 15. Jordania 1 - - 16. Cambodia - 1 - 17. Kirgiztan - 1 - 18. Vietnam - 3 3 19. Pakistan - 1 - 20. Libanon - 1 - T o t a l 81 107 86 II. E r o p e 1. Spain - - 1 2. Italia - 1 2 3. France - 3 3 4. Germany 1 1 3 5. Belgium - 1 - 6. Netherland 1 1 - 7. England 1 1 - 8. Sweden 2 - - 9. Denmark - - 1 10. Russia 1 - 1 11. Kazakhstan 1 - - 12. Mauritius 2 - - 13. Slovenia 1 - - 14. Uzbekistan - 1 - 15. Portugal - - 1 T o t a l 10 9 12
  • 16. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 16 1 2 4 5 6 7 III. A f r i c a 1. Kameroon - - 2 2. Nigeria 6 8 5 3. Ghana - - 1 4. Liberia 2 - 2 5. Uganda - - 1 6. West Africa - 1 - 7. South Africa 1 2 3 8. Kenya (East Africa) - 1 - 9. Africa - - 1 10. Algeria - 1 - 11. Sierra Leone - - 1 T o t a l 9 13 16 IV. Australia 1. Australia 3 3 4 2. New Zealand - - - T o t a l 3 3 4 V. America 1. USA 3 2 2 2. Canada 2 - - T o t a l 5 2 2 Overall Total 108 134 120 Source : Directorae of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Table 14. Number of Indonesian Nationals Involved in Overseas Drug Crimes, 2011 NO. CRIME INCIDENCE GENDER DETAILS MALE FEMALE 1. Hong kong 1 2. Peru 2 3. Philippines 1 4. Malaysia 4 5 5. China 1 1 6. Bahrain 1 7. Greece 3 T o t a l 9 10 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
  • 17. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 17 Table 15. Quantity of Seized Cannabis, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR SEIZED EVIDENCE HERBS (GR) TREES (STALKS) AREA OF CULTIVATION (HA) SEEDS (GR) 1. 2007 31,877,010.20 1,869,596 242.00 361.50 2. 2008 140,496,253.20 598,049 128.20 367.20 3. 2009 110,764,253.90 541,019 241.80 518.00 4. 2010 22,689,916.05 449,618 178.40 750.00 5. 2011 23,891,244.25 1,839,664 305.83 4.38 TOTAL 329,718,677.60 5,297,946 1,096.23 2001.08 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 13. Quantity of Seized Cannabis, 2007 - 2011 0 200000 400000 600000 800000 1000000 1200000 1400000 1600000 1800000 2000000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 31,877 140,496 110,764 22,690 23,891 1,869,596 598,049 541,019 449,618 1,839,664 242 128.20 241.80 178.40 305.83 361.50 367.20 518 750 4.38 Herb (Kg) Trees (Stalks) Area of Cultivation (Ha) Seeds (Gr)
  • 18. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 18 Table 16. Quantity of Seized Narcotic Evidence, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR SEIZED EVIDENCE HEROIN (GR) CO- CAINE (GR) HASHISH (GR) ECSTASY (TBL) SHABU (GR) 1. 2007 14,691.80 241.80 281.75 1,195,306.00 1,240,556.30 2. 2008 20,553.80 523.90 26.40 1,091,204.00 709,854.80 3. 2009 15,473.70 265.70 58.80 309,382.00 237,838.30 4. 2010 25,053.44 53.03 4,946.60 424,515.5 354,065.84 5. 2011 27,439.81 66.97 230.99 826,096.25 1,092,029.09 TOTAL 103,212.55 1,151.40 5,544.54 3,846,503.75 3,634,344.33 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 14. Quantity of Seized Narcotics Evidence, 2007 – 2011 0 200000 400000 600000 800000 1000000 1200000 1400000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 14,691.80 20,553.78 15,473.70 25,053.44 27,439.81 241.80 523.90 265.70 53.03 66.97 281.75 26.40 58.80 4,946.60 230.99 1,195,306 1,091,204 309,382 424,515.50 826,096.25 1,240,556.30 709,854.80 237,838.30 354,065.84 1,029,029.09 Heroin/Putaw (Gr) Kokain (Gr) Hashish (Gr) Ekstasi (TBL) Shabu (Gr)
  • 19. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 19 Table 17. Quantity of Seized Psychotropic Substances, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR SEIZED EVIDENCE BENZO- DIAZE- PINES (TBL) BARBI- TURATES (TBL) KETAMINE (GR) CON- TROLLED MEDICINES (TBL) 1. 2007 - - - 2,208,106 2. 2008 - - 31,801.00 6,485,246.5 3. 2009 180,994.00 - 40,235.90 3,259,836.0 4. 2010 785,935.50 309,596.50 116,885.00 1,976,937 5. 2011 518,478.25 158,578.00 95,336.90 1,758,902.50 TOTAL 1,485,407.75 468,174.50 284,258.80 15,689,028 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Diagram 15. Quantity of Seized Psychotropic Substances, 2007 – 2011 0 500000 1000000 1500000 2000000 2500000 3000000 3500000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 180,994 785,935.5 518,478.25 309,596.5 158,578 31,801 40,235.90 116,885 95,336.9 2,208,106 645,246.50 3,259,836 1,976,937 1,758,902.5 Benzodizepines (Tbl) Barbiturates (Tbl) Ketamine (Gr) Controlled Medicines (Tbl)
  • 20. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 20 Table 18. Quantity of Seized Other Addictive Substancces, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR SEIZED EVIDENCE ALCOHOL (BOTTLE) ALCOHOL (LITRES) 1. 2007 142,053.00 15,081.00 2. 2008 1,462,748.00 93,188.20 3. 2009 8,918,312.00 82,697.50 4. 2010 207,970.50 92,973.90 5. 2011 215,914.10 143,684.64 TOTAL 10,946,997.60 427,625.24 Source :Directorate of Drug Crimes, Vriminal Investigation Agency, National Police, March 2012 Diagram 16. Quantity of Seized Other Addictive Substances, 2007 – 2011 The above table and diagram of seized quantity of other addictive substances year 2007- 2011, indicate the following: 1) In the last three (3) years the most misused drug is ganja herbs (2008-2010), indicating a decrease. However, in 2011 the consumption increased again. 2) In 2011 a sharp decline occurred in seizures of hashish from 2010, on the contrary with seizures of heroin, cocaine, ecstasy and shabu, indicating a sharp rise compared to 2010. 3) Benzodiazepines, barbiturates and ketamine decreased significantly in 2011, on the contrary with controlled medicines.. 4) Other addictive substances increased significantly in 2011. 0 1000000 2000000 3000000 4000000 5000000 6000000 7000000 8000000 9000000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 142,053 1,462,748 8,918,312 207,970.50 215,914.10 15,081 93,188.20 82,697.50 92,973.90 143,684.64 Alcohol (Bottle) Alcohol (Litres)
  • 21. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 21 Table 19. Number of Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 2007 – 2011 NO. YEAR CLANDESTINE DRUG LABORATORIES TOTAL LARGE** SMALL* 1. 2007 6 9 15 2. 2008 8 13 21 3. 2009 25 12 37 4. 2010 7 18 25 5. 2011 2 16 18 TOTAL 48 68 116 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012 Note : ** Big : Using sophisticated equipment and a large capacity of production. * Small : Using traditional equipment and small production capacity. Diagram 17. Number of Dismantled Clandestine Drug Laboratories, 2007 – 2011 0 5 10 15 20 25 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 6 8 25 7 2 9 13 12 18 16 Clandestine Drug Laboratories (Large) Clandestine Drug Laboratories (Small)
  • 22. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 22 Table 20. Number of Samples Tested at BNN Drug Test Laboratory, 2011 NO. MONTH NARCOTICS PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES NEGATIVE OTHERS TO- TAL RAW 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 15 1. January 906 86 13 0 36 15 3 0 1,059 2. February 807 64 1 0 24 9 0 0 905 3. March 1,035 128 7 0 46 26 1 0 1,243 4. April 1,050 100 5 0 81 22 3 0 1,261 5. May 991 52 1 0 13 10 0 0 1,067 6. June 959 83 1 0 16 20 0 0 1,079 7. July 1,592 101 3 0 70 30 2 0 1,798 8. August 801 67 0 0 19 7 0 0 894 9. September 769 67 7 0 40 31 9 0 923 10. October 976 82 9 0 57 11 0 0 1,135 11. November 1,205 87 7 0 32 16 0 0 1,347 12. December 1,064 90 2 0 15 28 0 0 1,199 TOTAL 12,155 1,007 56 0 449 225 18 0 13,910 Source : UPT BNN Drug Test Laboratory, March2012 Diagram 18. Number of Samples Tested At BNN Drug Test Laboratory, 2011 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 992 871 1,163 1,150 1,043 1,042 1,693 868 836 1,058 1,292 1,154 13 1 7 5 1 1 3 0 7 9 7 2 51 33 72 103 23 36 100 26 71 68 48 43 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 9 0 0 0 Narcotics Psychotropic Subst Negative Others
  • 23. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 23 2. Narcotics and Precursors Related Cases and Suspects, and Seizures of Evidence, by BNN Deputy of Eradication, 2009-2011. Table 21. Total Disclosures related to Narcotics and Precursors Cases, 2009 – 2011 NO. CASE YEAR 2009 (Dec)* 2010 2011 1 2 3 4 5 1. Shabu 4 48 55 2. Ecstasy 1 2 12 3. Heroin 9 6 4. Cannabis/Marihuana/Ganja 4 4 5. Cocaine 1 6. Precursors 1 5 TOTAL 5 64 83 Source : National Narcotics Board, March 2012 *Since the application of Act No. 35/2009 on Narcotics Table 22. Number of suspects Related to Disclosures of Narcotics and Precursors, 2009 – 2011 NO. SUSPECT YEAR 2009 (Dec)* 2010 2011 1 2 3 4 5 1. Shabu 2 46 85 2. Ecstasy 10 12 3. Heroin 12 12 4. Marihuana/Cannabis (Ganja) 6 6 5. Cocaine 3 6. Precursors 1 25 TOTAL 2 75 143 Source : National Narcotics board, March 2012 *Since the application of Act No. 35/2009 on Narcotics Table 23. Quantity of Seized Narcotic Evidence, 2009 – 2011 NO. EVIDENCE YEAR 2009 (Dec)* 2010 2011 1 2 3 4 5 1. Crystal Shabu (Gram) 1,611.60 126,435.90 69,238.84 2. Shabu Powder (Gram) - - 233.1 3. Shabu (Tablets) - - 2,773 4. Ecstasy (Grains) 9,552 10,394 270,099.5 5. Heroin (Gram) - 8,058 10,550 6. Ganja/Cannabis (Gram) - 2,367.73 75.24 7. Cocaine (Gram) - 162 50 Source : National Narcotics Board, March 2012 *Since the application of Act No. 35/2009 on Narcotics
  • 24. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 24 3. Total Quantity and Ranking of Seized Drug Evidence by National Police and BNN, 2009-2011. Table 24. Ranking and Quantity of Seized Cannabis/Ganja Herbs, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING 1. Aceh 83,049,270.53 I 2,062,064.21 V 1,077,594.25 VI 2. N. Sumatera 501,963.67 V 2,242.066,74 IV 1,630,601.67 V 3. W. Sumatera 330,358.10 VI 244,135.00 VIII 320,709 VII 4. Riau 69.160.44 IX 1,751,032.58 VI 87,222.48 VIII 5. Riau Islands 25,279,43 XIV 98,655.48 IX 50,541.72 X 6. Jambi 215,538.24 VII 95,623.21 X 85,777.13 IX 7. S. Sumatera 133,794.13 VIII 3,357,335.63 III 24,050.9 XII 8. Bengkulu 30,627.22 XI 11,924.69 XVII 11,908,903.62 II 9. Lampung 534,594.30 IV 595,567.40 VII 2,260,435.36 IV 10. Bangka Belitung 12,788.10 XVII 16,902.74 XV 8,928.35 XV 11. Banten 45,435.52 X 13,756.01 XVI 3,360.12 XIX 12. DKI Jakarta 8,990,838.33 III 8,403,103.15 I 3,242,098.7 I 13. W. Java 16,707,320.84 II 3,686,059.00 II 3,106,735.15 III 14. C. Java 15,962.98 XVI 25,460.67 XI 12,241.3 XIII 15. DI Yogyakarta 19,394.80 XV 22,935.56 XII 4,129.48 XVII 16. E. Java 26,876.90 XIII 20,730.10 XIII 10,001.07 XIV 17. W. Kalimantan 2,882.31 XXII 1,745.49 XXII 119.65 XXVI 18. S. Kalimantan 154.92 XXVII 71.63 XXX 53.98 XXVIII 19. E. Kalimantan 29,784.02 XII 18,412.37 XIV 8,569.3 XVI 20. C. Kalimantan 7.50 XXXI 1.057,80 XXIV 0.84 XXXI 21. Bali 3,976.14 XIX 6,304,22 XIX 3,232 XX 22. W. Nusatenggara 9,732.09 XVIII 1,438,90 XXIII 37,510.98 XI 23. E. Nusatenggara 260.49 XXV 128.60 XXVII 173.06 XXIV 24. S. Sulawesi 280.50 XXIV 474.85 XXV 50.5 XXIX 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - - 26. S.E. Sulawesi 164.00 XXVI 356.97 XXVI 722,43 XXII 27. C. Sulawesi 33.50 XXIX 28.10 XXXI 156.82 XXV 28. N. Sulawesi 3,538.05 XX 101.50 XXVIII 589.11 XXIII 29. Gorontalo 9.22 XXX 80.00 XXIX 0.9 XXX 30. Maluku 989.20 XXIII 9,637.10 XVIII 107 XXVII 31. N. Maluku 53.11 XXVIII 2,062.03 XXI 3,678.63 XVIII 32. Papua 3,184.52 XXI 3,031.22 XX 3,023.99 XXI 33. W. Papua - - - - - - TOTAL 110,764,253.90 - 22,692,283.73 - 23,891,319.49 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 25. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 25 Table 25. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cannabis/Ganja Trees/Stems, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (STEMS) RAN- KING TOTAL (STEMS) RAN- KING TOTAL (STEMS) RAN- KING 1. Aceh 526,555 I 438,621 I 1,827,970 I 2. N. Sumatera 141,358 II 24,701 II 8,732 II 3. W. Sumatera 29 III 76 VI 1,212 III 4. Riau 6 VIII 199 V 106 VI 5. S. Sumatera 11 VI 381 IV 53 VII 6. Bengkulu - - 1,047 III 29 VIII 7. W. Java 9 VII 5 VII 1,120 IV 8. E. Java 2 IX - - - - 9. W. Kalimantan 26 IV 3 VIII - - 10. S. Kalimantan 23 V - - - - 11. DIY Yogyakarta - - - - 28 IX 12. Lampung - - - - 414 V TOTAL 54,019 - 465,033 - 1,839,664 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012 Table 26. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Ganja Seeds Evidence, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING 1. N. Sumatera 443.00 I 150.00 II 2.5 I 2. Riau Islands 75.00 II - - - - 3. Lampung - - 600.00 I - - 4. E. Nusatenggara - - - - 1.88 II TOTAL 518.00 - 750.00 - 4.38 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, December 2011 Table 27. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Ganja Cultivation Areas, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (HECTARES) RAN- KING TOTAL (HECTARES) RAN- KING TOTAL (HECTARES) RAN- KING 1. Aceh 236.35 I 171.65 I 298.8 I 2. N. Sumatera 5.50 II 6.50 II 7 II 3. S. Sumatera - - 0.25 III - - 4. Lampung - - - - 0.03 III TOTAL 241.85 - 178.40 - 305.83 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation & BNN, March 2012
  • 26. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 26 Table 28. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Heroin Evidence, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING 1. N. Sumatera 6.62 XI 0.48 XV 2,995.54 III 2. W. Sumatera 16.90 VII 4.80 XI - - 3. Riau 0.40 XIX 3,221.20 IV - - 4. Riau Islands 17.00 VI 3,751.30 III 9.5 XIV 5. Jambi 2.84 XIV 0.04 XX 105.4 IX 6. S. Sumatera - - 18.20 IX 24.44 XII 7. Lampung 0.60 XVIII 0.25 XVII 7,906.05 II 8. Bangka Belitung 0.16 XXI 1.02 XIV 0.13 XVII 9. Banten - - 6,952.20 II - - 10. DKI Jakarta 15,202.00 I 18,481.35 I 15,545.42 I 11. W. Java 6.68 X 2,231.29 VII 2,782.6 IV 12. C. Java 68.06 II 1.68 XII 2,694.72 VI 13. DI Yogyakarta 49.00 IV 2,613.30 VI 1,050.1 VIII 14. E. Java 20.85 V 5.42 X 1,979.86 VII 15. W. Kalimantan 3.00 XIII 1.31 XIII 81 X 16. S. Kalimantan 1.24 XVI - - 7.56 XV 17. E. Kalimantan 7.43 IX 144.13 VIII 2,758.67 V 18. Bali 3.87 XII 2,635.14 V 24.62 XI 19. W. Nusatenggara 0.22 XX - - - - 20. S. Sulawesi 10.88 VIII - - - - 21. N. Sulawesi 0.90 XVII 0.30 XVI 1.5 XVI 22. Gorontalo 3.00 XIII 0.08 XVIII 22.7 XIII 23. Maluku 50.12 III - - - - 24. N. Maluku 1.96 XV 0.05 XIX - - TOTAL 15,473.73 - 33,111.34 - 37,989.81 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012 Table 29. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cocaine Evidence, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Banten - - 162.00 I - - 2. DKI Jakarta - - - - 115 I 3. Bali 265.70 I 6.00 III 1.97 II 4. W. Nusatenggara - - 48.00 II - - TOTAL 265.70 - 216 - 116.97 - Sumber : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012 Table 30. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Hashish Evidence, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING 1. DKI Jakarta - - 65.00 II - - 2. E. Java 49.70 I - - - - 3. Bali 9.14 II 4,871.19 I 230.99 I 4. W. Nusatenggara - - 10.41 III - - TOTAL 58.84 - 4,946.60 - 230.99 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 27. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 27 Table 31. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Ecstasy Evidence, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (TABS) RAN- KING TOTAL (TABS) RAN- KING TOTAL (TABS) RAN- KING 1. Aceh - - - - 4 XXV 2. N. Sumatera 14,463.00 V 14,330.00 IV 12,544 VI 3. W. Sumatera 22.00 XXV 43.00 XX 6 XXIV 4. Riau 3,123.00 XII 7,808.00 VIII 999.5 XII 5. Riau Islands 21,811.00 II 44,926.00 III 19,806 V 6. Jambi 1,046.00 XVI 2,244.50 XII 578 XV 7. S. Sumatera 13,733.00 VI 45,990.00 II 54,462.5 IV 8. Bengkulu 625.25 XVIII - - 102 XIX 9. Lampung 2,282.25 XIII 1.173.75 XIV 90,974.25 III 10. Bangka Belitung 766.00 XVII 141.00 XVIII 591.25 XIV 11. Banten 9,696.00 VII 10,396.00 V 5,959 VII 12. DKI Jakarta 197,916.00 I 272,419.00 I 803,315.25 I 13. W. Java 418.00 X 56.00 XIX 3,307 VIII 14. C. Java 1,052.00 XV 170.00 XVII 258 XVII 15. DI Yogyakarta 503.00 XIX 10,169.00 VI - - 16. E. Java 15,341.00 IV 3,602.00 XI 96,085 II 17. W. Kalimantan 6,896.00 VII 4,769.00 X 796.5 XIII 18. S. Kalimantan 15,366.00 III 931.00 XV 1,547 X 19. E. Kalimantan 3,599.00 X 5,529.00 IX 1,087.5 XI 20. C. Kalimantan 1,844.00 XIV 389.00 XVI 14 XXI 21. Bali 3,321.00 XI 8,352.00 VII 3,039 IX 22. W. Nusatenggara 26.00 XXIV 11.00 XXII 3 XXVI 23. E. Nusatenggara 11.00 XXVI - - - - 24. S. Sulawesi 4,683.00 IX 1,191.00 XIII 522 XVI 25. S.E. Sulawesi 54.00 XXIII - - 156 XVIII 26. C. Sulawesi 251.00 XXI 20.00 XXI 14 XXII 27. N. Sulawesi 6.00 XXVII - - - - 28. Maluku 11.00 XXVI - - 10 XXIII 29. Papua 69.00 XXII - - 15 XX TOTAL 318,934.00 - 434,660.25 - 1,096,195.75 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 28. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 28 Table 32. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Shabu Evidence, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING TOTAL (GRAM) RAN- KING 1. Aceh 1,370.00 XII 2,884.00 XIII 7,116.96 IX 2. N. Sumatera 16,755.00 III 18,492.00 V 46,331.22 IV 3. W. Sumatera 150.00 XIX 260.00 XXIII 916.94 XVII 4. Riau 2,096.00 IX 2,051.00 XVI 11,556.28 VI 5. Riau Islands 2,712.00 VI 23,793.00 IV 11,313.6 VII 6. Jambi 6,181.00 IV 2,252.00 XV 2,334.23 XIV 7. S. Sumatera 1,483.00 XII 4,152.73 X 8,585.99 VIII 8. Bengkulu 39.00 XXIV 25.00 XXVIII 218.52 XXII 9. Lampung 307.00 XVI 5,322.40 IX 96,517.78 III 10. Bangka Belitung 120.00 XXI 271.00 XXI 756.39 XIX 11. Banten 1,667.60 XI 107,684.70 II 105.18 XXV 12. DKI Jakarta 176,396.00 I 393,828.07 I 301,056.15 II 13. W. Java 295.00 XVII 1,212.00 XVIII 3,273.09 XIII 14. C. Java 560.00 XV 38,047.00 III 2,028.03 XV 15. DI Yogyakarta 142.00 XX 3,817.00 XI 1.624,89 XVI 16. E. Java 16,779.00 II 15,723.00 VI 633,928.87 I 17. W. Kalimantan 579,00 XIV 8.498,00 VIII 691,16 XX 18. S. Kalimantan 2,405.00 VIII 1,616.00 XVII 3,288.79 XII 19. E. Kalimantan 2,064.00 X 2,834.00 XIV 6,946.04 X 20. C. Kalimantan 255.00 XVIII 605.00 XIX 467.18 XXI 21. Bali 4,322.00 V 10,475.00 VII 17,024.02 V 22. W.Nusatenggara 28.00 XXV 52.40 XXIII 3,729.13 XI 23. E. Nusatenggara 28.00 XXV 52.00 XXIV 4.76 XXXI 24. S. Sulawesi 2,465.00 VII 1,616.00 XVII 814.97 XVIII 25. S.E. Sulawesi 13.00 XXVI 49.00 XXV 161.75 XXIV 26. C. Sulawesi 105.00 XXII 389.00 XX 181.21 XXIII 27. N. Sulawesi 5.00 XXVIII 13.00 XXIX 31.43 XXIX 28. Gorontalo 13.00 XXVI 12.00 XXX 99.51 XXVI 29. Maluku 11.00 XXVII 3.029,00 XII 66.02 XXVIII 30. N. Maluku 3.00 XXIX 27.00 XXVII 6.8 XXX 31. Papua 101.00 XXIII 37.00 XXVI 91.04 XXVII TOTAL 239,449.60 - 649,119.30 - 1,161,267.93 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, Nationl Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 29. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 29 4. Narcotic Seizures by Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, 2009 – 2011. Table 33. Quantity of Seized Natural Narcotics Evidence at Airports, 2009– 2011 NO EVIDENCE YEAR TOTAL 2009 2010 2011 1. Cannabis (Gram) 61,526.50 3,316.06 1,295.50 66,138.10 2. Heroin (Gram) 2,660.00 7,556.78 13,525.11 23,741.90 3. Cocaine (Gram) 55.00 203.00 176.17 434.17 4. Hashish (Gram) - 5,987.00 3 5,990.00 Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance,March 2012 Diagram 19. Quantity of Natural Narcotics Seized at Airports, 2009 – 2011 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 2009 2010 2011 61,526.50 3,316.60 1,295.5 2,660 7,556.78 13,525.11 55 203 176.17 5,987 3 Cannabis (Gram) Heroin (Gram) Cocaine (Gram) Hashish (Gram)
  • 30. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 30 Table 34. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cannabis Herbs at Airports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 UNIT TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. North Sumatera 61,500.00 I - - 25 II Gram 2. Banten - - 3,300.90 I - - Gram 3. DKI Jakarta 26.50 II - - 1.50 IV Gram 4. Jayapura - - - - 1,250 I Gram 5. Bali - - 15,16 II 4 III Gram TOTAL 61,526.50 - 3,316.06 - 1,280.50 - Gram Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 35. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Heroin Evidence at Airports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 UNIT TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. DKI Jakarta - - - - 1,285 IV Gram 2. Banten 60.00 II 5,001.00 I - - Gram 3. W. Java - - - - 2,620 II Gram 4. C. Java - - - - 2,689 I Gram 5. DI Yogyakarta - - - - 1,047 V Gram 6. E. Java 2,600.00 I - - 2,103 III Gram 7. Bali - - 2,555.78 II - - Gram 8. S. Sumatera - - - - 578.88 VI Gram TOTAL 2,660.00 - 7,556.78 - 10,322.88 - Gram Source : Directorate General of Customs& Excise, Ministry of Finance,March 2012 Table 36. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Cocaine Evidence at Airports,2009 – 2011 (Gram) NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 1. Banten 55.00 203.00 - 2. DKI Jakarta - - 173 3. Bali - - 3.17 TOTAL 55.00 203.00 176.17 Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 37. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Hashish Evidenc at Airports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 UNIT TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Banten - - 65 II - - Gram 2. Bali - - 5,922 I 3 I Gram TOTAL - - 5,987 - 3 - Gram Sumber : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
  • 31. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 31 Table 38. Quantity and Ranking of Seized Synthetic Narcotics Evidence at Airports, 2009 – 2011 NO EVIDENCE YEAR TOTAL 2009 2010 2011 1. Ecstasy (Tablet) 114,125.00 198.00 - 114,323.00 2. Ecstasy (Gram) - 402.48 9,665.70 10,068.18 3. Shabu (Gram) 65,341.67 180,973.29 158,376.69 404,691.65 4. Liquid Shabu (ML) 46,100.00 1,030.00 - 47,130.00 Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2011 Diagram 20. Quantity of Synthetic Narcotics Seized at Airports, 2009 – 2011 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 160000 180000 200000 2009 2010 2011 114,125 198 0 0 402.48 9,665.70 65,341.67 180,973.29 158,376.69 46,100 1,030 0 Ecstasy (Tablet) Ecstasy (Gram) Shabu (Gram) Liquid Shabu (ML)
  • 32. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 32 Table 39. Quantity of Seized Ecstas at Airports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE YEAR UNIT 2009 2010 2011 1. Banten 105,325.00 99.00 - Tablet 2. E. Java 8,800.00 99.00 - Tablet - - 25.00 Gram 3. DKI Jakarta - - 4,870.00 Gram 4. Bali - 402.48 - Gram 5. Riau Islands - - 3,829.20 Gram TOTAL 114,125.00 198.00 402.48 - 8,724.20 Tablet Gram Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 40. Quantity of Seized Shabu at Airports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE YEAR UNIT 2009 2010 2011 1. Aceh 500.00 158.58 1,984.22 Gram 2. N. Sumatera 5,396.00 - 10,750.00 Gram 3. Riau Islands - - 6,584.00 Gram 4. Riau - - 1,400.00 Gram 5. Banten 58,936.77 159,206.50 - Gram 6. DKI Jakarta - - 75,671.35 Gram 7. W. Java - - 1,340.35 Gram 8. C. Java - - 1,104.00 Gram 9. DI Yogyakarta - - 1,515.00 Gram 10. E. Java - 9,913.10 973.20 Gram 11. Bali 508.90 11,695.11 13,566.63 Gram 12. W. Nusa Tenggara - - 3,600.00 Gram 13. S. Sulawesi - - 6,000.00 Gram TOTAL 65,341.67 180,973.29 124,488.80 Gram Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 41. Quantity of Seized Liquid Shabu at Airports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE YEAR UNIT 2009 2010 2011 1. Banten 1,100 1,030 - ML 2. E. Java 5,000 - - ML TOTAL 6,100 1,030 - ML Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
  • 33. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 33 Table 42. Quantity of Seized Heroin at Seaports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE SEAPORT YEAR UNIT 2009 2010 2011 1. Riau Dumai - 3,230.00 - Gram 2. Riau Islands Batam Centre - 1,465.90 - Gram 3. N. Sumatera Teluk Nibung - - 2,993.00 Gram 4. E. Kalimantan Tarakan - - 2.23 Gram Nunukan - - 1,400.00 TOTAL - 4,695.90 4,395.23 Gram Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 43. Quantity of Seized Ecstasy (Tablets) at Seaports, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE SEAPORT YEAR UNIT 2009 2010 2011 1. Riau Dumai - 2,100 - Tablet 2. Riau Islands 1. Tj. Balai Karimun - 10,112 - Tablet 2. Batam Centre - 13,490 - Tablet TOTAL - 25,702 - Tablet Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 44. Quantity of Seized Ecstasy at Seaports, 2009 – 2011 (Grams) NO PROVINCE SEAPORT YEAR UNIT 2009 2010 2011 1. N. Sumatera 1. Teluk Nibung 992,905.08 6,426.00 Gram 2. Belawan 1,565.54 - Gram 3. Tanjung Tiram 286.00 - Gram 2. Riau 1. Dumai 2,101.00 19,781.00 Gram 2. Bagan Siapi-Api - 1,993.00 Gram 3. Bengkalis - 2,976.00 Gram 3. Riau Islands 1. Tanjung Balai Karimun - 2,000.00 0.50 Gram 2. Batam Centre 1,708.00 15,632.10 Gram 4. W. Java Cirebon - 2,000.00 875.00 Gram TOTAL 998,565.62 48,808.10 875.50 Gram Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 45. Quantity of Seized Shabu at Borders, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE BORDER YEAR UNIT 2009 2010 2011 1. E. Kalimantan Nunukan 0.80 - 3,350.24 Gram 2. W. Kalimantan Entikong - 8,000 - Gram TOTAL 0.80 8,000 3,350.24 Gram Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
  • 34. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 34 Table 46. Number of Narcotic Suspects Apprehended by Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, Based on Nationality, 2009-2011 NO. COUNTRY/ NATIONALITY YEAR 2009 2010 2011 1 2 3 4 5 1. Indonesia 53 62 82 2. Iran 34 28 14 3. Malaysia 6 23 23 4. India 2 9 2 5. Philippines - 6 3 6. China 2 7 7 7. Thailand 1 4 2 8. Taiwan 2 2 1 9. Vietnam - 2 3 10. Cambodia - 2 - 11. Germany - 1 1 12. Nigeria - 1 3 13. France - 1 2 14. Nepal - 1 1 15. Singapore 1 1 1 16. Mozambique - 1 1 17. Austalia 1 1 - 18. Kirgystan - 1 - 19. United States 1 1 - 20. Netherland 2 1 - 21. England - 1 3 22. Japan - 1 1 23. Papua New Nuinea - - 2 24. Aouth Africa - - 3 25. Italy - - 1 26. Kenya - - 1 27. Portugal - - 1 28. Swedia - - 1 29. Turkey - - 1 30. Uganda - - 1 31. Greece - - 1 TOTAL 105 157 162 Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012 Table 47. Number of Narcotic Suspects Apprehended by Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of finance, Based on Gender, 2009- 2011 NO. GENDER YEAR 2009 2010 2011 1 2 3 4 5 1. Male 76 107 130 2. Female 30 51 32 TOTAL 106 158 162 Source : Directorate General of Customs & Excise, Ministry of Finance, March 2012
  • 35. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 35 5. Important Drug Crimes by Domestic and International Syndicates, 2011. a. Disclosure of Important Drug Cases by Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, 2011. 1) Shabu Drug Syndicate at Batam. 12 January 2011, Riau Islands Regional Police apprehended two members of the syndicate. One was arrested at a Restaurant Pesero Tanjung Sengkuang Housing, Batu Ampar District, Batam, and one at Tiban Palem Housing, Block D 6 No. 10, Sekupang, Batam City. Seized Evidence : 2,350 grams shabu. 2) Armed Drug Dealer Arrested in North Jakarta. 16 January 2011, North Jakarta Metro Police arrested a drug dealer in the possession of a weapon at his residence, Mediterania Golf Housing, Jl. Kenari Golf Raya No. 15, and at Jl Kenari Golf VI No. 33, Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, North Jakarta. Seized Evidence : Ecstasy, 11,650 tablets, Happy Five: 2,737 tablets; Shabu, 957 grams, 2 weapons, 1 magazine, bullets and rubber bullets for a variety of weapons. 3) A Shabu Clandestine Laboratory Dismantled at a Shophouse in West Jakarta. 19-20 January 2011, Jakarta Metro PoliceDrug Task Forcedismantled a shabu clandestine lab at the Shophouse complex of Duta Square Housing, Jl. Pangeran Tubagus Angke No. 8, West Jakarta, and arrested three (3) suspects. Seized Evidence : a) 3,090 kg shabu. b) 40 kg iodine. c) Other substance and equipment for shabu manufacture. 4) Members of Provincial Assembly Arrested in a Hotel. 1 February 2011: Drug Task Force of Bali Regional Police arrested two (2) members of the Regional Assembly at Hotel Ramayana, Jl. Bakungsari, Kuta, Badung District, Denpasar, Bali, in the possession of shabu. Seized Evidence : 0.20 gramsshabu. 5) Medan Shabu Dealer arrested at Puri Indah, Jakarta. 11 February 2011: Drug Task force, Directorate of Drug Crimes, Bareskrim Polri arrested a shabu dealer in front of the eastern parking lot of Puri Indah Mall, West Jakarta (1 suspect). Seized Evidence : 1,000 grams shabu 6) Shabu concealed in a Printer from Malaysia. 18 February 2011: Drug Task Force of North Sumatera Regional Police foiled a shabu smuggle from Malaysia at the Arrival Terminal of Polonia International Airport, Medan, with one (1) suspect. Seized Evidence : 1,085 grams shabu
  • 36. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 36 7) Smuggle of 6 Kg Shabu from Malaysia Foiled at Bakaheuni Seaport, Lampung. 19 February 2011: Task Force ofDrug Criminal Investigation Directorate, Lampung Regional Police arrested two (2) suspects of a China – Malaysia – Aceh – Jakarta drug syndicate at Bakaheuni Seaport, South Lampung, for the smuggle of shabu. Seized Evidence : 6.2 kg shabu 8) A Public Figure Aprehended at an Apartment in Jakarta for shabu Consumption. 27 February 2011: Drug Task Force of Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation, aprehended a music artist and shabu consumer at Sudirman Park” Apartment, Central Jakarta; one (1) suspect. Seized Evidence : 0.4 grams shabu 9) Motor Garage in the Tangerang area used for Stashing Drugs. 19 March 2011: Drug Task Force, Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation arrested a member of Malaysia-Jakarta syndicate at Hotel Grand Anugerah, Bandar Lampung. The drug was stashed in a Yamaha Motor Garage, Jl. Raya Villa Tangerang Regency, Block D.5-11, Tangerang (1 suspect). Seized evidence : a) Ketamine : 47,600 grams b) Erimin/Happy Five : 42,000 tablets 10) Shabu Smuggler, Italian Nationality Arrested. 20 March 2011: Drug Task Force, Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation and Customs of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport foiled a smuggle and arrested an Italian national in the parking area of the airport. Seized evidence : 4,337.5 grams shabu 11) Shabu Smuggled from Bangkok by Swallowing Nigerian National Arrested. 22 March 2011: Jakarta Metro Police Drug Criminal Investigationfoiled a shabu smuggle at the overseas arrival terminal of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and arrested two (2) suspects. Seized evidence : 1,540 grams shabu 12) Four Members of an Armed Drug Syndicate Arrested. 23 – 25 March 2011: Jakarta Metro Police Drug Criminal Investigation arrested four (4) drug dealers of a drug syndicate at three (3) locations: Jl. Raya Jembatan Lima, West Jakarta; Jl. H. Ucang, Tamboa, West Jakarta; and Laguna Tower B Apartment, Rm 056, Jl. Pluit Timur, North Jakarta (4 suspects). Seized evidence : a) 621 tablets ecstasy b) 22.85 grams shabu c) 40 tablet shappy Five d) 1 FN 45 revolver
  • 37. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 37 13) Photo album, a Modus for Concealing Shabu. 2 April 2011: West Kalimantan Regional Police Drug Task Force apprehended two (2) Indonesians, members of a drug syndicate using the trafficking routeMalaysia – Pontianak – Surabaya on the way to Pontianak, in front of Sekayam Police precinct, Pontianak. Seized evidence : 6.8 kg shabu 14) Two (2) Foreign Drug Dealers Arrested. 3 April 2011: Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation in cooperation with Directorate General of Customs & Excise foiled a shabu smuggle and arrested two suspects at 2D Terminal for Arrivals at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. Seized evidence : 4,500 grams shabu 15) A Philippine National (Woman) Arrested for Heroin Smuggle in Solo. 3 April 2011: Drug Task Force of Central Java Regional Police foiled a heroin smuggle and arrested a woman, Philippine national, at Adi Sumarno Airport, Solo, Central Java. Seized evidence : 1,193 gramsheroin 16) Two (2) Foreign Smugglers Arrested for Carrying Ecstasy. 15 April 2011: Riau Islands Regional Police Drug Task Force foiled ecstasy smuggle and arrested two (2) foreigners, and suspects at Cargo Terminal of Hang Nadim Airport, Batam City, Riau Islands. Seized evidence : 12,750 tablets ecstasy 17) Iranian Arrested for Smuggling 18 Kg Shabu Through Tanjung Priok Harbour. 22 April 2011: Drug Investigation Unit of Jakarta Metropolitan Harbour Police arrested an Iranian for smuggling shabu through Tanjung Priok Harbour, North Jakarta. Seized evidence : 17,994 kg shabu 18) Arrest of a Nigerian Controlling an International Heroin Trafficking in Tangerang 29 April 2011 : Drug Investigation Unit, North Sumatera Regional Police arrested a Nigerian for smuggling heroin from Malaysia to Medan at Teluk Nibung Harbour. Tanjung Balai, Medan, and three (3) suspects Seized evidence : a) 2,993 grams heroin b) 497 grams shabu 19) International Drug Syndicate Arrested in Solo. 9 Mei 2011: Drug Task Force of Central Java Regional Police foiled a heroin smuggle and arrested a woman courier, name: Christina Aritonang at Adi Sumarno Airport, Solo, Central Java, and three (3) suspects.. Seized evidence : 1,496 grams heroin
  • 38. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 38 20) Indonesian Women Arrested for Smuggling Heroin in Nunukan, East Kalimantan 13 May 2011, Customs officers and the Drug Task Force of Nunukan Police Resort, East Kalimantan foiled a smuggle of heroin from Kualalumpur, Malaysia at Tunon Taka Harbour, Nunukan, East Kalimantan, and apprehended two (2) women suspects. Seized evidence : 1,400 grams heroin 21) A Malaysian National Arrested in Surabaya for the Smuggle of Heroin. 15 May 2011: Drug Task Force of East Java Regional Police foiled heroin smuggle and apprehended a Malaysian national (male) at Juanda Airport, Surabaya. Suspect: 1 person. Seized evidence : 1,334.28 gramsheroin 22) Malaysian Heroin Smuggler, Male, Arrested in Jakarta 24 May 2011: Drug Task Force of Soekarno-Hatta Airport Police, Jakarta Metro Police, foiled a smuggle of shabu, and apprehended a Malaysian male at Soekarno-Hatta Airport; one (1) suspect. Seized evidence : 3,000 gramsshabu 23) Indonesian Housewife Arrested for Smuggling Thousands of Erimin Tablets (Happy Five) 5 June 2011: Customs Task Force and South Lampung Police arrested an Indonesian woman for smuggling Erimin/Happy Five at Bakaheuni Harbour, South Lampung, suspect (1). Seized evidence : 19,250 erimin / happy five tablets 24) One Malaysian and Two Indonesians Arrested for Shabu Smuggle 6 June 2011:Drug Task Force, South Lampung Police foiled a shabu smuggle and arrested four (4) suspects at Bakaheuni Harbour, South Lampung. Seized evidence : 8,000 gramsshabu 25) Indonesian Woman Courier of a Heroin Syndicate Arrested in Bandung 16 June 2011: Customs officers and West Java Regional Police foiled heroin smuggle at Husein Sastranegara Airport, Bandung and arrested (2) suspects. Seized evidence : 435 grams heroin 26) Two Indonesians, Shabu Dealers of a Malaysia-Medan Syndicate Arrested. 25 June 2011: Drug Criminal Investigation of Tanjung Balai Police, North Sumatera arrested two (2) Indonesian shabu dealers from Malaysia-Medan at Jl. D.I. Panjaitan, Tanjung Balai. Seized evidence : 3,600 grams shabu
  • 39. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 39 27) A Malaysian Male Arrested in West Nusatenggara (NTB) for the Smuggle of Shabu. 3 July 2011: Drug Task Force of NTB Regional Police foiled a smuggle of shabu by a Malaysian national at Selaparang Airport. Suspect: (1) Seized evidence : 3,658 grams shabu 28) A Malaysian National Arrested at Juanda Airport, Surabaya 4 July 2011: Drug Task Force of East Java Regional Police foiled a smuggle of shabu and heroin and arrested a Malaysian national at Juanda Airport, Surabaya; suspect (1). Seized evidence : 94.6 gram shabu 1.2 gram heroin 29) A Malaysian National and Two Indonesians, Members of a Drug Dealer Syndicate (Shabu) Arrested in an Apartment in Central Jakarta 12 July 2011: Drug Task Force of Jakarta Metro Police arrested a Malaysian National and one Indonesian woman, shabu dealers, in the City Lofts Apartment, Fl. 19, Rm. 1925, Jl. KH Mas Mansyur No. 121, Central Jakarta; and three (3) suspects. Seized evidence : 7,050 grams shabu and 10 ecstasy tablets 30) A Drug dealer from Kerawang, Arrested in Bekasi with Approx Two Quintals Cannabis. 15 July 2011, Bekasi County Police, Jakarta Metro Police foiled ganja distribution and arrested a dealer at Jl. Chairal Anwar, East Bekasi; suspect (1) person. Seized evidence : 221 kg cannabis 31) Distribution of ten Thousands of Ecstasy Tablets and Thousands Grams of Shabu Sent by Transport Carrier Jakarta – Palembang 19 July 2011: A joint operation between Directorate of Drug Crimes, Bareskrim, National Police and South Sumatera Police Drug Criminal Investigation successfully interdicted distribution of ecstasy and shabu, and arrested the suspect atGriya Handayani Block J2 N. 1 RT.85 RW.15 Sukajadi Village, Banyuasin District, South Sumatera; and 2 suspects. Seized evidence : a) Ecstasy: 38,209 tablets b) Shabu: 3,878.2 grams 32) Two Malaysian Nationals, Heroin Smugglers, Arrested in Surabaya. 31 July 2011: Foiled heroin smuggle by Drug Task Force, East Java Regional Police, and the arrest of two (2) suspects at Juanda Airport, Surabaya, East Java. Seized evidence : 624.68 grams heroin
  • 40. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 40 33) Consignment of 8 Kg Shabu Packed and Concealed in a Bedcover from Jakarta to Banjarmasin. 2 August 2011: West Jakarta Police Resort, Jakarta Metro Police interdicted a consignment from Jakarta to Banjarmasin and apprehended 5 suspects at Danfe Cafe, Jl. Lambung Mangkurat Banjarmasin. Seized evidence : 8 kg shabu 34) Seizure of Hundred Thousands Ecstasy Tablets. 9 - 14 August 2011: Distribution of hundred thousands ecstasy tablets was foiled by Drug Task Force, Jakarta Metro Police at Laguna Apartment, Block C Rm 2109, Penjaringan District, North Jakarta and at the parking lot of Tsim Tung Restaurant, Robinson Complex, Block BBD, Penjaringan, North Jakarta, and arrested two (2) suspects. Seized evidence : 275,235 ecstasy tablets 35) German National Arrested for Shabu Smuggle at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. 21 September 2011: Customs officers and Police Directorate of Drug Crimes, Bareskrim foiled a smuggle of shabu from Dubai by a German national at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Cengkareng, and arrested two (2) suspects. Seized evidence : 2,400 grams shabu 36) Married Couple, Drug Dealers of Thousands Ecstasy Tablets, Arrested at a Discoteque’s Parking Area in Jakarta. 23 September 2011: Jakarta Metro Police arrested a married couple, dealers of ecstasy at a parking area floor 7, near Sydney 2000 Discoteque, at Pinangsia Shopping complex, Jl. Hayam Wuruk, Tamansari, West Jakarta; suspects: 2. Seized evidence : a) 13,919 tablets ecstasy b) 33.3 grams shabu c) 6.890 tbl happy five d) 1 unit electric scales 37) Nearly 2 Tons Ganja Seized in Sukabumi, West Java. 25 – 28 September 2011: Drug Task Force, West Java Regional Police, discovered a Mitshubishi/Fuso truck in the premises of a villa owned by AHMAD HENGKI DAVID, at Sukabumi District, and at a house owned by AJO, Kampung Sindang Lengo, Parakan Salak, Sukabumi District, and arrested two (2) suspects; 7 persons in pursuit. Seized evidence : a) 35 sacks ganja = 1,889 tons b) One (1) unit mitsubishi truck (Fuso) license No. BE 2902 CB jenis Fuso. c) One (1) car, red metallic Avanza, license no. F 1711 UI d) One (1) unit laptop e) One (1) bag
  • 41. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 41 38) Owner of a Shabu Manufacture, a Prisoner Sentenced by Tangerang District Court to “House Detention” 4 October 2011: Dismanle of a clandestine shabu lab at Daan Mogot Baru Housing, Kalideres, West Jakarta, by Directorate of Drug Crimes, Police Criminal Investigation Bureau (Bareskrim), and two (2) suspects. Seized evidence : Precursors : 3653 gramsephedrine;750 ml clear HCL; 2,500 ml Aceton; 1,700 grams Red phosphor; 650 grams Iodyne, 8.5 Kg NaOH; 4,500 ml brown liquid; 3.5 white crystal; 900 grams brown solid substance; and some equipment for shabu manufacture. 39) 45 Kg Shabu and Thousands of Ecstasy Tablets to be Distributed by a Malaysia- Indonesia Drug Syndicate, but Successfully Captured by Officers at Bakaheuni Harbour (South Sumatera) and in West Jakarta. 11 October 2011: Joint operation between Customs and Lampung Regional Police (Seaport Interdiction) foiled shabu distribution at Bakaheuni Harbour, South Sumatera and seized thousands of ecstasy tablets in front of Season City, West Jakarta; and apprehended two (2) suspects. Seized evidence : 45 kg shabu dan 1,910 tablets ecstasy 40) Malaysia-Indonesia Syndicate Members, Dealers of Thousands of Ecstasy Tablets, Arrested in Jakarta 14 October 2011: Police Directorate of Drug Crimes in cooperation with Jakarta Metro Police foiled thousands of ecstasy tablets to be distributed in front of Jelambar House of Grieve, West Jakarta, and at Villa kapuk Mas Housing, Penjaringan, North Jakarta; arrested suspects: (6). Seized evidence : 103,000 ecstasy tablets 41) Reporter Arrested at Bakaheuni for Carrying Shabu Tuesday, 1 November 2011:At the Seaport Interdiction area Drug Task Force of Lampung Regional Police foiled a smuggle and apprehended the suspect, a reporter, with another suspect trying to smuggle shabu. Seized evidence : 3 kg shabu 42) Six Indonesians Caught at Teluk Nibung Harbour for Smuggling Shabu from Malaysia to Indonesia by Swallowing the Drug 2 November 2011: Customs Task Force at Teluk Nibung and Tanjung Balai Police, North Sumatera Regional Police arrested six (6) Indonesians at Teluk Nibung Harbour, Tanjung Balai, trying to smuggle shabu from Malaysia to Aceh. Seized evidence : 1,001 grams shabu (wrapped up in 6 packages) 43) Nearly 10 Kg Shabu Seized from an Aceh Citizen at the Point of Departure to Jakarta. 4 November 2011: A joint operation between PT Angkasa Pura (airport management company) and North Sumatera Regional Police arrested the suspect, an Aceh citizen at the Departure Terminal, Polonia Aiorport, Medan at the time of departure for smuggling/carrying shabu. Seized evidence : 6,955 grams shabu
  • 42. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 42 44) Woman Prisoner of Tangerang Women Prison in Control of Ecstasy and Shabu Distribution 14 December 2011: Directorate of Drug Crimes Task Force, Bareskrim, National Police, disclosed and arrested an ecstasy and shabu dealer at Harco Mangga Dua shop-house, Block R, No. 35. Distribution was controlled by two woman prisoners at Tangerang Women Prison; (6) suspects. Seized evidence : 3,000 grams shabu 45) Shabu Dealer Arrested in Lampung 29 December 2011: Directorate of Drug Crimes Task Force, Police Criminal Investigation Bureau, arrested a shabu dealer and suspect at Hotel Sheraton, Jl. Wolter Monginsidi No. 175, Bandar Lampung. Seized evidence : 4,000 grams shabu 46) Shabu Dealer Arrested in Polewali, Mandar (South Sulawesi) 2 December 2011: Drug Task Force, Polewali Police Resort, South Sulawesi Regional Police apprehended a shabu dealer at Manding, Polewali, South Sulawesi; (1) suspect. Seized evidence : 150 grams shabu 47) Ecstasy Dealer Arrested in Medan 20 December 2011: Drug Task Force. of Medan Police Resort, North Sumatera Regional Police disclosed a drug case and apprehended an ecstasy dealer at Hotel Emerald Garden parking area, Jl. Puri Hijau, Medan; (1) suspect. Seized evidence : 10,000 tablets ecstasy b. Important Drug Cases disclosed by BNN Deputy of Eradication, 2011. 1) International and National Drug Syndicates disclosed. Disclosures of International and National Drug Syndicates by BNN: a) Controlled Delivery andUndercover Buy Operation of International Syndicates (1) ”Money Laundring” from drug crimes by an Iranian supplier of drugs, Abbas Rosoul Kazerouni collaborating with a Nepal-Malaysia receiver syndicate, Surya Bahadur Tamang and associates. Smuggle of shabu by an international supplier headed by Abbas Rosoul Kazerouni, and controlled by a Nepal-Malaysia receiving syndicate of Indian descendant, Surya Bahadur Tamang als Boski als Kiran als David (Nepalese nationality) from behind the bars at Pasir Putih Prison, Nusakambangan involving an ex Nusakambangan Prison warder Didi Riyanto and 11 suspects. Seized evidence : 4.2 kg shabu; 870 grams heroin; and USD 175.955. cash money.
  • 43. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 43 (2) Drug smuggle by a French drug supplier with the suspects Gerard Debetz, Abbas Bidmal Gharibali, and Decywarti Wihardja. They were arrested at 10.00 AM at Ciputra Hotel, Rm 1706, Jl. S. Parman, Tanjung Duren, West Jakarta, (3) suspects. Seized evidence : One red Desley suitcase with 5,100 grams crystal shabu and USD 20,000 in cash. (3) Nigerian supplier syndicate: Priens als Peter Echezona als Pita als Betheel Ndu Shabu was concealed in the frame of a painting taking the route Tanjung Pinang Harbour, Batam, and controlled by a Nigerian syndicate by the name of Smith (in pursuit), involving six (6) suspects.. Seized evidence : ‘Bong’ and 5,532.33 grams shabu (4) Iranian suspect, Named Majid Mohammadizanjan Bin Ali Akbar. Smuggle of shabu through the Arrival Terminal 2D at Soekarno- Hatta Airport, Tangerang, on 11 April 2011, by Qatar Airways, taking the route Damascus-Doha-Jakarta. The suspect swallowed the drug. Seized evidence : 898 grams shabu (5) 11 April 2011, an Iranian syndicate named Ali Reza Asghari Bin Esmaeil smuggled shabu by Qatar Airways; route: Damascus-Doha- Jakarta. Seized evidence : 646.7 grams shabu. (6) Mansoor Dolatin Bin Khasali, arrested at the 2D Arrival Terminal at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang by Qatar Airways, taking the route Damascus-Doha-Jakarta. Seized evidence : 236.6 grams shabu, swallowed by the suspect. (7) Malaysian Supplier syndicate, name of the suspect Wong Siong Ping, arrested for smuggle of shabu on 24 May 2011, time: 20.00 hours West Indonesian Time at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, flyingAir Asia from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta. Seized evidence : 3,018.9 grams shabu. (8) Nigerian supplier syndicate with the suspect Kelvin Abugu., arrested on 2 June 2011 at Kelapa Dua, Kebon Jeruk, suspected of being involved in an international syndicate. Suspects: (2). Seized evidence : 4,976. 39 grams shabu.
  • 44. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 44 (9) Nigerian Supplier syndicate with the suspect George Aobina als Andi als Kaise als Kingsley als Victor, prisoner at Cipinang Prison smuggled heroin into Cipinang Prison. Transaction was made from behind bars. He ordered the drug through Emeka in Nigeria. This case involved three (3) Indonesian nationals. Seized evidence : 150 grams heroin. (10) International syndicate with the suspect (Indonesian) Suradi Halim als Beong als Bob. On 15 July 2011, time: 20.30 West Indonesian Time disclosure of ecstasy smuggle at Jalan Bukit Mutiara, Sentul City, Bogor by method of controlled delivery. Result: arrest of four (4) suspects.. Seized evidence : 250,000 tabs ecstasy. (11) Taiwanese Supplier Syndicate with the suspects Aming, Huang Liang Chien, and Chen Yu Hsiang (Taiwan nationals) apprehended on 11 September 2011 at Riverside Apartment, Pantai Indah Kapuk, Jakarta, suspected shabu manufacturers. Seized evidence : shabu, bong (smoking paraphernalia), mobile phone and cash money Rp. 10 milliom; also a large amount of narcotic precursors b) International Drug Syndicate Collaborating with Syndicates from Another Country. (1) In cooperation with Thailand related to BNN investigation on fugitive Abbas Rosoul Kazeroni involved in an international drug syndicate and also a prisoner at Pasir Putih Nusakambangan Prison, Boski als Bahadur als Tamang. . (2) In cooperation with China for the investigation of the suspect Kamir Santoso als Salim at Guangdong. The suspect was arrested by Chinese law enforcement in December 2010 with 7 Kg shabu. Kamir Santoso became an Interpol fugitive on ared notice at a request of Indonesia, for carrying 7 Kg shabu. In Indonesia the suspect was involved in some important drug cases, including the case involving the Cipinang Prison warder Denny Sastori (Densos) cs. (3) Cooperating with Portugal, for the investigation of the suspect Roberst Raro and Wasijan involved in 1.8 tons cocaine smuggle in Portugal on board Ms JOANA.
  • 45. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 45 The investigation was conducted to uncover an international drug syndicate recruiting Indonesian crews for the smuggle of drugs. BNN assisted Portugal Police to uncover the identity of the international syndicate that has infiltrated Tegal in Central Java. (4) Cooperation with Peru, Spain and Netherland for investigating Indonesian couriers apprended in those countries. (5) Cooperation with India to investigate Indonesian couriers arrested in India, and to track the incoming route of narcotic precursors. (6) Cooperation with Malaysia to investigate Indonesian couriers arrested in Malaysia, also to pursue Indonesian suspects in Malaysia. c) National syndicate networking (1) Suspects Bong Ket Khiong als Akiong als Bobby, and Ferry als Rudi als Alin. Disclosure of a drug smuggle on 15 March 2011 in front of Sunter Mall, Jl Danau Sunter, North Jakarta. Seized evidence : 1,460 tabletsHappy Five and 310 ecstasy tablets. (2) Suspect by the name of M. Zubir Disclosure of a narcotic and precursor case controlled by a prisoner at Class IIA Banceuy Prison, Bandung on 7 April 2011, involving ten (10) arrested suspects. Seized evidence : (a) Pseudoephedrine : 2,670.40 grams (b) Caffeine : 54,662.64 grams (c) Dextro : 1,000 grams (d) Citrix : 1.10 ons (110 grams) (e) Shabu : 0.5 grams (f) Ecstasy : 9 tablets (g) Ecstasy powder : 208 grams (h) Ephedrine : 1,823 tablets (i) Aleron : 1,934 tablets (j) 1 unit equipment for ecstasy manufacture
  • 46. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 46 (3) Drug syndicate with the suspect Irna Febriani als Shasa. Disclosure of shabu smuggle on 11 May 2011 in front of CBD Plaza, Ciledug.. Seized evidence : 684.3 grams shabu. (4) Drug syndicate with the suspects Dedik Supramono and Tetep. 22 June 2011, arrrest of four (4) suspects, of an inter-city shabu trafficking syndicate, Jakarta – Bali at the Rawamangun Bus Terminal. Seized evidence : shabu 187.25 gram. (5) Suspects Hartoni and Marwan Adli, ex Head of Nusakambangan Narcotic Prison. Arrest of Hartoni, prisoner at Nusakambangan Narcotic Prison on 11 July 2011, for controlling the drug business from behind bars and involving Head of Prison Marwan Adli. Also arrested six (6) other suspects. (6) Arrest of Sulikah als Sulityowati als Unyil als Lili als Dora 15 July 2011, the above suspect was arrested at a Guest House, Jl. Kartini II, Central Jakarta, with evidence: 8,160.6 grams precursors, 5 litres liquid precursors, and equipment of a clandestine laboratory. (7) Arrest of Elly Jusuf als Mami A prisoner, Elly Jusuf als Mami, controlled the drug business from inside the women prison Tanjung Gusta, Medan, North Sumatera. Three (3) other suspects were also arrested. Seized evidence : shabu 1,403.1 grams; shabu paraphernalia (bong), scales, and cash money (8) Suspect Zulkifli als Amar apprehended The drug business controlled from behind bars by Zulkifli Amar (prisoner), and three (3) other suspects. Seized evidence : 3,928,9 grams shabu.
  • 47. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 47 6. Ranking of Cases and Suspects Related to Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances, Apprehended by National Police and BNN, 2009 – 2011. Table 48. Quantity and Ranking of Narcotic Cases, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Aceh 623 VII 566 VII 650 VIII 2. N. Sumatera 2,732 II 2,743 II 2,643 II 3. W. Sumatera 290 XIII 312 XIII 380 XIII 4. Riau 566 VIII 487 XI 598 IX 5. Riau Islands 308 XII 288 XV 317 XV 6. Jambi 182 XVIII 215 XVII 284 XVI 7. S. Sumatera 838 V 826 V 1,049 V 8. Bengkulu 155 XXI 122 XXII 130 XXIII 9. Lampung 515 IX 506 IX 521 XII 10. Bangka Belitung 127 XXII 126 XXI 188 XIX 11. Banten 167 XIX 205 XVII 141 XXI 12. DKI Jakarta 6,125 I 5,168 I 5,164 I 13. W. Java 1,012 IV 1,204 IV 1,217 IV 14. C. Java 625 VI 662 VI 683 VII 15. DI Yogyakarta 201 XVI 177 XX 164 XX 16. E. Java 1,896 III 1,634 III 1,761 III 17. W. Kalimantan 196 XVII 202 XIX 254 XVII 18. S. Kalimantan 492 X 519 VIII 834 VI 19. E. Kalimantan 466 XI 489 X 521 XI 20. C. Kalimantan 161 XX 247 XVI 215 XVIII 21. Bali 247 XIV 301 XIV 347 XIV 22. W. Nusatenggara 94 XXIII 118 XXIII 136 XXII 23. E. Nusatenggara 23 XXX 9 XXXI 25 XXX 24. S. Sulawesi 236 XV 413 XII 521 X 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - - 26. S.E. Sulawesi 23 XXXI 40 XXVII 56 XXVII 27. C. Sulawesi 80 XXVI 103 XXIV 116 XXIV 28. N. Suawesi 25 XXIX 29 XXIX 58 XXVI 29. Gorontalo 27 XXVIII 19 XXX 13 XXXI 30. Maluku 48 XXVI 55 XXVI 37 XXVIII 31. N. Maluku 39 XXVII 34 XXVIII 33 XXIX 32. Papua 60 XXV 56 XXV 72 XXV 33. W. Papua - - - - - - TOTAL 18,579 - 17,877 - 19,128 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 48. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 48 Table 49. Quantity and Ranking of Cases Related to Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Aceh 623 VII 566 VII 650 VIII 2. N. Sumatera 2,732 II 2,743 II 2,650 III 3. W. Sumatera 290 XIII 312 XIII 380 XIII 4. Riau 566 VIII 487 XI 598 X 5. Riau Islands 308 XII 288 XV 319 XV 6. Jambi 182 XVIII 215 XVII 284 XVI 7. S. Sumatera 838 V 826 V 1,049 V 8. Bengkulu 155 XXI 122 XXII 130 XXIV 9. Lampung 515 IX 506 IX 530 XI 10. Bang Belitungel 127 XXII 126 XXI 191 XX 11. Banten 167 XIX 205 XVII 141 XXII 12. DKI Jakarta 6,125 I 5,168 I 5,211 I 13. W. Java 1,012 IV 1,204 IV 1,269 IV 14. C. Java 625 VI 662 VI 722 VII 15. DI Yogyakarta 201 XVI 177 XX 229 XIX 16. E. Java 1,896 III 1,634 III 2,899 II 17. W. Kalimantan 196 XVII 202 XIX 256 XVII 18. S. Kalimantan 492 X 519 VIII 880 VI 19. E. Kalimantan 466 XI 489 X 620 IX 20. C. Kalimantan 161 XX 247 XVI 243 XVIII 21. Bali 247 XIV 301 XIV 348 XIV 22. W. Nusatenggara 94 XXIII 118 XXIII 136 XXIII 23. E. Nusatenggara 23 XXX 9 XXXI 25 XXX 24. S. Sulawesi 236 XV 413 XII 521 XII 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - - 26. S.E. Sulawesi 23 XXXI 40 XXVII 68 XXVII 27. C. Sulawesi 80 XXVI 103 XXIV 149 XXI 28. N. Suawesi 25 XXIX 29 XXIX 71 XXVI 29. Gorontalo 27 XXVIII 19 XXX 13 XXXI 30. Maluku 48 XXVI 55 XXVI 37 XXVIII 31. N. Maluku 39 XXVII 34 XXVIII 33 XXIX 32. Papua 60 XXV 56 XXV 72 XXV 33. W. Papua - - - - - - TOTAL 18,579 - 17,877 - 20,724 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 49. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 49 Table 50. Total Number and Ranking of Narcotic Suspects, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Aceh 809 VIII 779 IX 847 IX 2. N. Sumatera 3,719 II 3,697 II 3,487 II 3. W. Sumatera 430 XIII 479 XIII 557 XIII 4. Riau 840 VI 676 XI 852 VIII 5. Riau Islands 446 XII 364 XIV 394 XVI 6. Jambi 280 XV 347 XVI 409 XIV 7. S. Sumatera 1,108 V 1,103 V 1,416 V 8. Bengkulu 204 XXI 162 XXII 181 XXIII 9. Lampung 781 X 780 VIII 800 XI 10. Bangka Belitung 175 XXII 168 XXI 245 XIX 11. Banten 227 XIX 300 XVIII 217 XX 12. DKI Jakarta 7,797 I 6,392 I 6,302 I 13. W. Java 1,636 IV 1,818 IV 1,817 IV 14. C. Java 819 VII 867 VI 867 VII 15. DI Yogyakarta 271 XVII 210 XX 208 XXI 16. E. Java 2,379 III 2,100 III 2,217 III 17. W. Kalimantan 256 XVIII 290 XIX 338 XVII 18. S. Kalimantan 800 IX 797 VII 1,181 VI 19. E. Kalimantan 696 XI 725 X 835 X 20. C. Kalimantan 206 XX 360 XV 283 XVIII 21. Bali 280 XVI 334 XVII 397 XV 22. W. Nusatenggara 116 XXIII 155 XXIII 197 XXII 23. E. Nusatenggara 28 XXX 9 XXXI 30 XXX 24. S. Sulawesi 338 XIV 619 XII 739 XII 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - - 26. S.E. Sulawesi 39 XXVIII 60 XXVII 78 XXVI 27. C. Sulawesi 100 XXIV 135 XXIV 131 XXIV 28. N. Sulawesi 25 XXXI 30 XXIX 66 XXVII 29. Gorontalo 32 XXIX 19 XXX 13 XXXI 30. Maluku 73 XXVI 64 XXVI 48 XXVIII 31. N. Maluku 47 XXVII 47 XXVIII 38 XXIX 32. Papua 75 XXV 72 XXV 82 XXV 33. W. Papua - - - - - - TOTAL 25,032 - 23,958 - 25,272 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 50. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 50 Table 51. Total Number and Ranking of Suspects Related to Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances, 2009 – 2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Aceh 809 XI 779 X 847 X 2. N. Sumatera 3,732 II 3,708 II 3,494 III 3. W. Sumatera 430 XIII 479 XIII 557 XIII 4. Riau 840 X 677 XI 853 IX 5. Riau Islands 446 XII 364 XV 396 XVI 6. Jambi 280 XVII 347 XVI 409 XIV 7. S. Sumatera 1,108 V 1,103 V 1,416 V 8. Bengkulu 204 XXI 162 XXIII 181 XXIII 9. Lampung 871 VIII 780 IX 814 XI 10. Bangka Belitung 178 XXII 168 XXII 250 XX 11. Banten 228 XX 300 XIX 217 XXI 12. DKI Jakarta 7,797 I 6,392 I 6,366 I 13. W. Java 1,691 IV 1,843 IV 1,887 IV 14. C. Java 849 IX 887 VI 916 VIII 15. D.I Yogyakarta 351 XIV 303 XVIII 314 XVIII 16. E. Java 3,360 III 3,109 III 3,624 II 17. W. Kalimantan 256 XVIII 290 XX 340 XVII 18. S. Kalimantan 990 VI 813 VIII 1,227 VI 19. E. Kalimantan 881 VII 862 VII 967 VII 20. C. Kalimantan 243 XIX 429 XIV 312 XIX 21. Bali 286 XVI 337 XVII 398 XV 22. W. Nusatenggara 116 XXIV 155 XXIV 197 XXII 23. E. Nusatenggara 28 XXXI 9 XXXI 30 XXX 24. S. Sulawesi 338 XV 619 XII 739 XII 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - - 26. S.E. Sulawesi 43 XXIX 82 XXV 90 XXV 27. C. Sulawesi 147 XXIII 172 XXI 166 XXIV 28. N. Sulawesi 57 XXVII 42 XXIX 81 XXVII 29. Gorontalo 32 XXX 19 XXX 13 XXXI 30. Maluku 73 XXVI 64 XXVII 48 XXVIII 31. N. Maluku 50 XXVIII 47 XXVIII 38 XXIX 32. Papua 75 XXV 73 XXVI 82 XXVI 33. W. Papua - - - - - - TOTAL 26,789 - 25,414 - 27,269 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 51. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 51 Table 52. Total Number and Ranking of Suspect Drug Dealers (Cultivation, Production, Distribution) of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Aceh 459 IX 432 VIII 465 X 2. N. Sumatera 1,779 III 1,642 III 1,432 III 3. W. Sumatera 39 XXVII 63 XXII 96 XX 4. Riau 806 V 487 VII 603 VI 5. Riau Islands 274 X 181 XVI 214 XV 6. Jambi 241 XIII 245 XII 209 XVI 7. S. Sumatera 822 IV 579 VI 595 VII 8. Bengkulu 64 XXII 55 XXIII 73 XXIII 9. Lampung 258 XI 220 XIV 234 XIII 10. Bangka Belitung 125 XVI 91 XIX 205 XVII 11. Banten 61 XXIV 80 XX 88 XXII 12. DKI Jakarta 3,226 I 2,721 I 2,763 II 13. W. Java 494 VII 896 IV 788 V 14. C. Java 252 XII 368 IX 488 IX 15. DI Yogyakarta 73 XX 32 XXVI 32 XXVII 16. E. Java 2,014 II 2,503 II 3,100 I 17. W. Kalimantan 203 XIV 233 XIII 328 XII 18. S. Kalimantan 654 VI 634 V 1,004 IV 19. E. Kalimantan 465 VIII 362 X 397 XI 20. C. Kalimantan 149 XV 279 XI 218 XIV 21. Bali 63 XXIII 116 XVII 93 XXI 22. W. Nusatenggara 88 XIX 96 XVIII 119 XIX 23. E. Nusatenggara 27 XXVIII 9 XXX 29 XXVIII 24. S. Sulawesi 91 XVIII 78 XXI 554 VIII 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - - 26. S.E. Sulawesi 22 XXIX 25 XXVII 52 XXV 27. C. Sulawesi 113 XVII 119 XVI 132 XVIII 28. N. Sulawesi 42 XXVI 17 XXIX 50 XXVI 29. Gorontalo 2 XXX 7 XXXI 7 XXXI 30. Maluku 65 XXI 45 XXV 15 XXX 31. N. Maluku 27 XXVIII 22 XXVIII 25 XXIX 32. Papua 52 XXV 48 XXIV 65 XXIV 33. W. Papua - - - - - - TOTAL 13,050 - 12,685 - 14,473 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 52. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 52 Table 53. Total Number and Ranking of Drug Abusers (Consumers) of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances, 2009-2011 NO PROVINCE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING TOTAL RAN- KING 1. Aceh 350 IX 347 XI 382 X 2. N. Sumatera 1,953 II 2,066 II 2,062 II 3. W. Sumatera 391 VIII 416 X 461 VIII 4. Riau 34 XXI 190 XV 250 XIII 5. Riau Islands 172 XV 183 XVI 182 XVII 6. Jambi 39 XX 102 XX 200 XV 7. S. Sumatera 286 XI 524 VII 821 IV 8. Bengkulu 140 XVII 107 XIX 108 XIX 9. Lampung 613 V 560 V 580 V 10. Bangka Belitung 53 XIX 77 XXI 45 XXII 11. Banten 167 XVI 220 XIV 129 XVIII 12. DKI Jakarta 4,571 I 3,671 I 3,603 I 13. W. Java 1,197 IV 947 III 1,099 III 14. C. Java 597 VI 519 VIII 428 IX 15. DI Yogyakarta 278 XII 271 XII 282 XII 16. E. Java 1,346 III 606 IV 524 VII 17. W. Kalimantan 53 XIX 57 XXIII 12 XXIX 18. S. Kalimantan 336 X 179 XVII 223 XIV 19. E. Kalimantan 416 VII 500 IX 570 VI 20. C. Kalimantan 94 XVIII 150 XVIII 94 XX 21. Bali 223 XIV 221 XIII 305 XI 22. W. Nusatenggara 28 XXIII 59 XXII 78 XXI 23. E. Nusatenggara 1 XVIII - - 1 XXXI 24. S. Sulawesi 247 XIII 541 VI 185 XVI 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - - -- 26. S.E. Sulawesi 21 XXV 57 XXIII 38 XXIII 27. C. Sulawesi 34 XXI 53 XXIV 34 XXIV 28. N. Sulawesi 15 XXVI 25 XXV 31 XXVI 29. Gorontalo 30 XXII 12 XXVII 6 XXX 30. Maluku 8 XXVII 19 XXVI 33 XXV 31. N. Maluku 23 XXIV 25 XXV 13 XXVIII 32. Papua 23 XXIV 25 XXV 17 XXVII 33. W. Papua - - - - - - TOTAL 13,739 - 12,729 - 12,796 - Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency & BNN, March 2012
  • 53. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 53 7. Ranking of Potentials for Illicit Drug Trafficking, 2011 (Supply Reduction). Table 54. Ranking of Potentials for Illicit Drug Trafficking, 2011 NO. PROVINCE TOTAL POPPULA- TION BETWEEN 10-59 YRS 2011 TOTAL NUMBER OF SUSPECTS IN ILLICIT DRUG TRAFFICKING (CULTIVATION, PRODUCTION& DISTRIBUTION) 2011 RATIO OF ILLICIT DRUG TRADE SUSCEP- TIBILITY RANKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. N. Sulawesi 1,728,900 767 1 : 2,254 1 2. DKI Jakarta 7,026,400 2,682 1 : 2,619 2 3. S. Kalimantan 2,685,700 1,011 1 : 2,656 3 4. E. Java 27,172,100 7,529 1 : 3,608 4 5. E. Nusatenggara 3,243,300 877 1 : 3,698 5 6. Bangka Belitung 793,000 205 1 : 3,868 6 7. Bali 2,706,300 636 1 : 4,255 7 8. Riau Islands 1,045,136 217 1 : 4,816 8 9. S.E. Sulawesi 1,797,300 363 1 : 4,951 9 10. E. Kalimantan 2,512,400 401 1 : 6,265 10 11. Aceh 3,024,300 465 1 : 6,503 11 12. C. Kalimantan 1,918,100 291 1 : 6,591 12 13. N. Sumatera 9,839,100 1,453 1 : 6,771 13 14. Riau 4,787,564 605 1 : 7,913 14 15. S. Sumatera 5,535,400 595 1 : 9,303 15 16. Jambi 2,224,400 209 1 : 10,643 16 17. W. Kalimantan 3,599,100 333 1 : 10,808 17 18. S. Sulawesi 6,055,602 554 1 : 10,930 18 19. C. Sulawesi 2,032,700 171 1 : 11,887 19 20. C. Java 23,376,700 1,318 1 : 17,736 20 21. Bengkulu 1,377,600 73 1 : 18,871 21 22. Papua 1,591,329 84 1 : 18,944 22 23. W. Java 32,185,400 1,348 1 : 23,876 23 24. Lampung 5,925,300 240 1 : 24,688 24 25. W. Nusatenggara 3,493,100 127 1 : 27,504 25 26. Maluku 1,022,100 35 1 : 29,202 26 27. N. Maluku 730,600 25 1 : 29,224 27 28. DI Yogyakarta 2,593,000 78 1 : 33,243 28 29. W. Sumatera 3,309,500 97 1 : 34,118 29 30. Banten 8,233,400 88 1 : 93,561 30 31. Gorontalo 679,200 7 1 : 97,028 31 Source : Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, March 2012
  • 54. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 54 8. Distribution Versus Seizures of Evidence, 2011. Table 55. Distribution Versus Seizures of Cannabis Herbs, 2011 (Gram) NO PROVINCE DISTRIBUTION/ DEMAND (FROM SURVEY) SEIZED EVIDENCE PLUS / MINUS REMARKS 1. Aceh 9,336,278 1,077,594.25 + 8,258,683.75 Eluded 2. N. Sumatera 35,686,233 1,630,601.67 + 34,055,631.33 id 3. W. Sumatera 6,476,194 320,709 + 6,155,485.00 id 4. Riau 11,626,006 87,222.48 + 11,538,783.52 id 5. Riau Islands 5,645,640 50,541.72 + 5,595,098.28 id 6. Jambi 4,721,727 85,777.13 + 4,635,949.87 id 7. S. Sumatera 10,828,656 24,050.90 + 10,804,605.10 id 8. Bengkulu 1,807,769 11,908,903.62 - 10,101,134.62 Surplus 9. Lampung 5,111,940 2,260,435.36 + 2,851,504.64 Eluded 10. Bangka Belitung 2,009,967 8,928.35 + 2,001,038.65 id 11. Banten 23,907,452 3,360.12 + 23,904,091.88 id 12. DKI Jakarta 68,795,003 3,242,098.70 + 65,552,904.30 id 13. W. Java 110,788,725 3,106,735.15 + 107,681,989.85 id 14. C. Java 59,802,357 12,241.30 + 59,790,115.70 id 15. DI Yogyakarta 9,322,501 4,129.48 + 9,318,371.52 id 16. E. Java 61,785,518 10,001.07 + 61,775,516.93 id 17. W. Kalimantan 4,668,297 119.65 + 4,668,177.35 id 18. S. Kalimantan 4,552,661 53.98 + 4,552,607.02 id 19. E. Kalimantan 7,043,155 8,569.30 + 7,034,585.70 id 20. C. Kalimantan 2,206,666 0.84 + 2,206,665.16 id 21. Bali 4,817,800 3,232 + 4,814,568.00 id 22. W. Nusatenggara 3,469,954 37,510.98 + 3.432,443.02 id 23. E. Nusatenggara 3,116,377 173.06 + 3,116,203.94 id 24. S. Sulawesi 11,546,153 50.50 + 11,546,102.50 id 25. W. Sulawesi 1,748,524 - + 1,748,524.00 id 26. S.E. Sulawesi 2,006,855 722.43 + 2,006,132.57 id 27. C. Sulawesi 4,177,884 156.82 + 4,177,727.18 id 28. N. Suawesi 3,901,906 589.11 + 3,901,316.89 id 29. Gorontalo 958,424 0.90 + 958,423.10 id 30. Maluku 1,603,765 107 + 1,603,658 id 31. N. Maluku 1,011,610 3,678.63 + 1,007,931.37 id 32. Papua 2,059,104 3,023.99 + 2,056,080.01 id 33. W. Papua 701,109 - + 701,109 id TOTAL 487,242,210 23,891,319.49 + 473,452,025.13 - 10,101,134.62 Eluded Surplus Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012 Note : (-) = Surplus. Seizures are greater than demand. (+) = Eluded. Demand is greater than seizures.
  • 55. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 55 Table 56. Distribution Versus Seizures of Cocaine, 2011 (Gram) NO PROVINCE DISTRIBUTION / DEMAND (FROM SURVEY) SEIZED EVIDENCE PLUS / MINUS REMARKS 1. Aceh - - - - 2. N. Sumatera 1,524 - + 1,524 Eluded 3. W. Sumatera - - - - 4. Riau 529 - + 529 Eluded 5. Riau Islands 495 - + 495 Eluded 6. Jambi - - - - 7. S. Sumatera 440 - + 440 Eluded 8. Bengkulu - - - - 9. Lampung - - - - 10. Bangka Belitung - - - - 11. Banten 545 - + 545 Eluded 12. DKI Jakarta 6,038 115 + 5,923 Eluded 13. W. Java 4,407 - + 4,407 Eluded 14. C. Java 4,647 - + 4,647 Eluded 15. DI Yogyakarta 1,793 - + 1,793 Eluded 16. E. Java 4,477 - + 4,477 Eluded 17. W. Kalimantan 387 - + 387 Eluded 18. S. Kalimantan - - - - 19. E. Kalimantan 323 - + 323 Eluded 20. C. Kalimantan - - - - 21. Bali 5,245 1.97 + 5,243.03 Eluded 22. W. Nusatenggara 1,372 - + 1,372 Eluded 23. E. Nusatenggara - - - - 24. S. Sulawesi 1,095 - + 1,095 Eluded 25. W. Sulawesi - - - - 26. S.E. Sulawesi - - - - 27. C. Sulawesi - - - - 28. N. Sulawesi - - - - 29. Gorontalo - - - - 30. Maluku - - - - 31. N. Maluku - - - - 32. Papua - - - - 33. W. Papua - - - - TOTAL 33,317 116.97 + 33,200.03 Eluded Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
  • 56. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 56 Table 57. Distribution Versus Seizures of Hashish, 2011 (Gram) NO PROVINCE DISTRIBUTION / DEMAND (FROM SURVEY) SEIZED EVIDENCE PLUS / MINUS REMARKS 1. Aceh 39,084 - + 39,084.00 Eluded 2. N. Sumatera 122,627 - + 122,627.00 Eluded 3. W. Sumatera 18,205 - + 18,205.00 Eluded 4. Riau 46,747 - + 46,747.00 Eluded 5. Riau Islands 36,992 - + 36,992.00 Eluded 6. Jambi 23,813 - + 23,813.00 Eluded 7. S. Sumatera 20,882 - + 20,882.00 Eluded 8. Bengkulu 5,895 - + 5,895.00 Eluded 9. Lampung 27,894 - + 27,894.00 Eluded 10. Bangka Belitung 5,415 - + 5,415.00 Eluded 11. Banten 41,892 - + 41,892.00 Eluded 12. DKI Jakarta 197,010 - + 197,010.00 Eluded 13. W. Java 196,672 - + 196,672.00 Eluded 14. C. Java 356,167 - + 356,167.00 Eluded 15. DI Yogyakarta 29,354 - + 29,354.00 Eluded 16. E. Java 197,380 - + 197,380.00 Eluded 17. W. Kalimantan 20,905 - + 20,905.00 Eluded 18. S. Kalimantan 18,584 - + 18,584.00 Eluded 19. E. Kalimantan 10,406 - + 10,406.00 Eluded 20. C. Kalimantan 11,860 - + 11,860.00 Eluded 21. Bali 38,390 230.99 + 38,159.01 Eluded 22. W. Nusatenggara 13,244 - + 13,244.00 Eluded 23. E. Nusatenggara 7,853 - + 7,853.00 Eluded 24. S. Sulawesi 34,718 - + 34,718.00 Eluded 25. W. Sulawesi 852 - + 852.00 Eluded 26. S.E. Sulawesi 4,184 - + 4,184.00 Eluded 27. C. Sulawesi 1,948 - + 1,948.00 Eluded 28. N. Sulawesi 5,197 - + 5,197.00 Eluded 29. Gorontalo 888 - + 888.00 Eluded 30. Maluku 12,159 - + 12,159.00 Eluded 31. N. Maluku 4,330 - + 4,330.00 Eluded 32. Papua 5,421 - + 5,421.00 Eluded 33. W. Papua 3,714 - + 3,714.00 Eluded TOTAL 1,560,682 230.99 + 1,560,451.01 Eluded Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
  • 57. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 57 Table 58. DistributionVersus Seizures of Ecstasy, 2011 (Tablets) NO PROVINCE DISTRIBUTION / DEMAND (FROM SURVEY) SEIZED EVIDENCE PLUS / MINUS REMARKS 1. Aceh 1,155,751 4.00 + 1,155,747.00 Eluded 2. N. Sumatera 12,856,476 12,544.00 + 12,843,932.00 Eluded 3. W. Sumatera 2,299,192 6.00 + 2,299,186.00 Eluded 4. Riau 4,704,381 999.50 + 4,703,381.50 Eluded 5. Riau Islands 3,862,794 19.806.00 + 3,842,988.00 Eluded 6. Jambi 1,887,310 578.00 + 1,886,732.00 Eluded 7. S. Sumatera 4,471,420 54,462.50 + 4,416,957.50 Eluded 8. Bengkulu 447,849 102.00 + 447,747.00 Eluded 9. Lampung 1,250,311 90,974.25 + 1,159,336.75 Eluded 10. Bangka Belitung 967,797 591.25 + 967,206.75 Eluded 11. Banten 4,436,445 5,959.00 + 4,430,485.00 Eluded 12. DKI Jakarta 16,221,475 803,315.25 + 15,418,159.75 Eluded 13. W. Java 21,457,672 3,307.00 + 21,454,365.00 Eluded 14. C. Java 20,790,034 258.00 + 20,789,776.00 Eluded 15. DI Yogyakarta 4,411,055 - + 4,411,055.00 Eluded 16. E. Java 24,167,460 96,085.00 + 24,071,375.00 Eluded 17. W. Kalimantan 1,792,432 796.50 + 1,791,635.50 Eluded 18. S. Kalimantan 1,499,319 1,547.00 + 1,497,772.00 Eluded 19. E. Kalimantan 2,510,501 1,087.50 + 2,509,413.50 Eluded 20. C. Kalimantan 933,997 14.00 + 933,983.00 Eluded 21. Bali 1,705,623 3,039.00 + 1,702,584.00 Eluded 22. W. Nusatenggara 858,789 3.00 + 858,786.00 Eluded 23. E. Nusatenggara 1,131,902 - + 1,131,902.00 Eluded 24. S. Sulawesi 5,906,752 522.00 + 5,906,230.00 Eluded 25. W. Sulawesi 719,760 - + 719,760.00 Eluded 26. S.E. Sulawesi 855,352 156.00 + 855,196.00 Eluded 27. C. Sulawesi 1,589,004 14.00 + 1,588,990.00 Eluded 28. N. Sulawesi 1.448,281 - + 1,448,281.00 Eluded 29. Gorontalo 358,639 - + 358,639.00 Eluded 30. Maluku 603,167 10.00 + 603,157.00 Eluded 31. N. Maluku 332,506 - + 332,506.00 Eluded 32. Papua 554,408 15.00 + 554,393.00 Eluded 33. W. Papua 223,764 - + 223,764.00 Eluded TOTAL 148,411,618 1,096,195.75 + 147,315,422.25 Eluded Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
  • 58. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 58 Table 59. Distribution Versus Seizures of Shabu, 2011 (Gram) NO PROVINCE DISTRIBUTION / DEMAND (FROM SURVEY) SEIZED EVIDENCE PLUS / MINUS REMARKS 1. Aceh 757,626 7,116.96 + 750,509.04 Eluded 2. N. Sumatera 4,066,434 46,331.22 + 4,020,102.78 Eluded 3. W. Sumatera 689,996 916.94 + 689,079.06 Eluded 4. Riau 1,297,485 11,556.28 + 1,285,928.72 Eluded 5. Riau Islands 1,117,377 11,313.60 + 1,106,063.40 Eluded 6. Jambi 542,229 2,334.23 + 539,894.77 Eluded 7. S. Sumatera 1,326,723 8,585.99 + 1,318,137.01 Eluded 8. Bengkulu 185,979 218.52 + 185,760.48 Eluded 9. Lampung 423,356 96,517.78 + 326,838.22 Eluded 10. Bangka Belitung 259,378 756.39 + 258,621.61 Eluded 11. Banten 1,615,942 105.18 + 1,615,836.82 Eluded 12. DKI Jakarta 5,186,805 301,056.15 + 4,885,748.85 Eluded 13. W. Java 8,355,827 3,273.09 + 8,352,553.91 Eluded 14. C. Java 6,603,618 2,028.03 + 6,601,589.97 Eluded 15. DI Yogyakarta 1,125,011 1,624.89 + 1,123,386.11 Eluded 16. E. Java 8,151,198 633,928.87 + 7,517,269.13 Eluded 17. W. Kalimantan 645,029 691.16 + 644,337.84 Eluded 18. S. Kalimantan 556,983 3,288.79 + 553,694.21 Eluded 19. E. Kalimantan 788,217 6,946.04 + 781,270.96 Eluded 20. C. Kalimantan 325,407 467.18 + 324,939.82 Eluded 21. Bali 687,259 17,024.02 + 670,234.98 Eluded 22. W. Nusatenggara 316,402 3,729.13 + 312,672.87 Eluded 23. E. Nusatenggara 399,795 4.76 + 399,790.24 Eluded 24. S. Sulawesi 2,028,191 814.97 + 2,027,376.03 Eluded 25. W. Sulawesi 258,115 - + 258,115.00 Eluded 26. S.E. Sulawesi 287,953 161.75 + 287,791.25 Eluded 27. C. Sulawesi 564,612 181.21 + 564,430.79 Eluded 28. N. Sulawesi 467,806 31.43 + 467,774.57 Eluded 29. Gorontalo 128,007 99.51 + 127,907.49 Eluded 30. Maluku 238,829 66.02 + 238,762.98 Eluded 31. N. Maluku 121,464 6.80 + 121,457.20 Eluded 32. Papua 212,264 91.04 + 212,172.96 Eluded 33. W. Papua 88,061 - + 88,061.00 Eluded TOTAL 49,819,378 1,161,267.93 + 48.658.110,07 Eluded Source Directorate of Drug Crimes, National Police Criminal Investigation Agency, BNN & Puslitkes UI, 2012
  • 59. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 59 9. Domestic and Overseas Drug Illicit Trafficking Routes, 2011. a. Overseas routes. Several trafficking routes of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances coming into Indonesia: 1) Heroin/Morphine. a) Heroin - Golden Triangle (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar : (1) Bangkok – Hat Jai – Penang – Medan. (2) Bangkok – Medan / Denpasar / Surabaya – Jakarta. (3) Bangkok – Singapura – Denpasar – Perth (Australia). (4) Bangkok – Samarinda – Korea – Jepang. (5) Bangkok – Solo – Jakarta – Denpasar – Perth (Australia). (6) Bangkok – Solo – Surabaya – Kun Ming (RRC). Figure 1. Routes from Golden Triangle b) Heroin - Golden Crescent (Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan) : (1) Karachi – New Delhi – Medan / Batam / Surabaya – Jakarta. (2) Karachi – Dubai – Medan / Surabaya – Jakarta. (3) Karachi – Katmandhu – Singapura – Medan / Batam / Surabaya– Jakarta. Figure 2. Routes from Golden Crecent (Heroin/Morphine) MEDAN BANGKOK SURABAYA SINGAPURA PENANG HAT JAI JAKARTA DENPASAR SAMARINDA SOLO KUNMING DUBAI KARACHI NEW DELHI KATMANDHU SINGAPURA MEDAN JAKARTA BATAM SURABAYA
  • 60. Journal of Data on the Prevention and Eradication of Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (P4GN) Year 2011 Edition 2012 60 2) Cocaine Routes (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 – Hong Kong – Denpasar – Australia. d) Colombia – Jakarta – Erope – USA. e) Bolivia – Denpasar. g) Mexico – Denpasar. f) Peru – Denpasar. h) Australia – Denpasar. Figure 3. Latin/South America Cocaine Routes 3) Hashish Routes (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 – Singapore – Lombok / Kupang – USA. Figure 4. Hashish Trafficking Routes TOKYO NEW DELHI BOMBAY USA KOLOMBO AUSTRALIA SIURA BANGKOK KUPANG TARAMDENPASAR KHATMANDU AMERIKA SELATAN LIMA/ SANTIAGO FRANKFURT BRAZILLIA JAKARTA EROPA MEDAN AMSTERDAM PENANG HONGKONG KUALA LUMPUR PERU COLOMBIA USA MEXICO DENPASAR BOLIVIA AUSTRALIA