Wednesday, 26 July 2017 17:26

Puluhan Anak Berurusan dengan Hukum

GUNUNGKIDUL - Kasus kejahatan melibatkan anak masih tinggi. Berdasarkan data dari kepolisian setempat, dalam kurun waktu 2015 hingga 2017 ada puluhan anak berurusan dengan hukum.

Unit Perlindungan Perempuan dan Anak Polres Gunungkidul mencatat pada 2015 jumlah kasus 16. Setahun kemudian naik menjadi 27 kasus. Tahun ini sampai 1 Mei tercatat delapan anak terimpit kasus hukum. "Anak-anak menjadi korban sekaligus pelaku kejahatan," kata Panit Humas Polres Gunungkidul, Iptu Ngadino kemarin (1/5).

Jumlah kasus bervariasi, mulai pencurian dengan kekerasan hingga pencabulan. Jumlah korban didominasi anak perempuan. Maraknya tindak kejahatan melibatkan anak harus menjadi perhatian bersama. Selain itu, idealnya ada upaya pencegahan. "Pencegahan tidak bisa dilakukan sendiri-sendiri tapi semua pihak harus terlibat. Sehingga kasus yang muncul dapat ditekan," ujar Ngadino.

Selama 2015 hingga 2017 tercatat 35 kasus kejahatan yang melibatkan anak. Pada 2017 unit PPA menangani delapan perkara. Satu anak terlibat pencurian dengan kekerasan, enam kasus persetubuhan dan pencurian satu kasus.

Kami berharap orangtua lebih waspada. Menjaga anak terutama yang mulai tumbuh dewasa karena rentan menjadi korban dan pelaku kejahatan. Pengawasan intensif mendesak dilakukan. "Bagaimana pun kesibukan orangtua, perhatian dan pengawasan terhadap anak harus diutamakan," kata Ngadino.

Manajer Humas dan Media LSM Rifka Annisa, Defirentia One, prihatin dengan tingginya kasus kejahatan melibatkan anak. Dari data yang dimiliki Rifka Annisa, selama 2016 terdapat 43 anak menjadi korban kekerasan. "Kasusnya meliputi kekerasan seksual, penganiayaan, perdagangan anak serta kekerasan dalam pacaran," kata Defirentia.

Sebanyak 70 persen merupakan perkara kekerasan seksual, 16 diantaranya telah memiliki putusan hukum tetap. Rata-rata untuk kasus seksual anak, hukuman bagi pelaku tujuh tahun penjara.

Namun ada juga kasus yang dihentikan penyidikannya. Korban merupakan anak 12 tahun sementara pelaku dewasa. Penyidikan dihentikan karena hasil pemeriksaan kejiwaan menunjukkan pelaku terganggu jiwanya.

"Ada juga perkara dicabut karena ada kesepakatan damai kedua pihak. Laporan dicabut karena dinikahkan dengan pelaku," kata Defirentia. (gun/iwa/er)

Sumber: Jawa Pos Radar Jogja, Selasa 2 Mei 2017

Yogyakarta (20/7) Poltekes (Medical Polytechnic) of Yogyakarta visited Rifka Annisa Women Crisis Center as a forum to gain knowledge or obtain clear information especially on cases of victims of violence faced by women and children. A total of 36 female students and 2 lecturers from Poltekes attended the visit and discussion.

"Our aim is that when we visit Rifka Annisa, students can find out what methods will be done when facing violent cases," said Niken, one of the lecturers at Poltekes Yogyakarta.

In the meeting, Suharti as director of Rifka Annisa present subjected related to Rifka Annisa and explain some cases handled by Rifka Annisa. In addition to Suharti, Khoirun Ni'mah as a staff of Media Public Relations Division also gave exposure to media facilities used by Rifka Annisa to promote and prevent violence against women. In addition, Sabar Riyadi as male counselor at Rifka Annisa also shared stories about the cases that in the institution.

In the meeting, it was also clearly conveyed about the background of the establishment of Rifka Annisa institutions, founding figures as well as vision and mission of the ecological framework system Rifka Annisa. In addition Suharti also showed the results of research that has been conducted by Rifka Annisa. Clear information obtained by Poltekes Yogyakarta in accordance with expectations and some questions asked by participants. Suharti also explained various methods that can be used by the health officer in dealing with the cases of violence against women and children. "Whether it is sexual violence, rape, or obscenity, the victims can get proper help," Suharti added. (Lamtiar Tambunan)

Translated by: Ana Widiawati

Gunungkidul (19/7) - Students of SMK Negeri 1 Ngawen, Gunungkidul Regency performed drama in School Introduction activities (PLS) as a way to make it easier for new student to see the reality that happened. The 30 minute drama show is associated with Rifka Annisa's topic on "Healthy Relations". Attended by 357 students, this drama got a good appreciation by the participants.

Peer educators who were accompanied by Rifka Annisa in the late one year realized that it would be more interesting to socialize "Healthy relations" through drama performances. Peer educator community also agreed to perform a drama with the title "Pacaran Masa Kini" or known as Dating Nowadays. The drama showed us two types of present-day teens relationships with non sense without thinking about the future, and establishing healthy relationships by thinking of education as the ultimate goal of life.

The drama is played by Hendra, et al, and the core of the drama they play is to prevent the child's marriage. In the end of drama, Hendra delivered a message to his peer. He said "Promote a good relationship and think about your education first. We are not making wrong for dating but do not having relationship that make your future destroyed "said Hendra.

After the drama performances presented by the peer educator community hence to add explanation from the drama, Rifka Annisa held a socialization of "Healthy Relations" to explain how to actually establish a relationship and how the actual dynamics of adolescents. The socialization of "healthy relations" conducted by Rifka Annisa introduced who is a teenager originally and the vulnerabilities of teenagers who are often victims. Because of the lack of self-control of teenagers makes them both victims and perpetrator of violence.

The nature of adolescents who tend to be unstable make teens experience victims of violence in a sustainable manner. Conducting campaign on "Healthy relations" is an option agreed by the school with Rifka Annisa, because it is based on the number of early marriages that still occur in the area of ​​Gunungkidul due to bad relations. Therefore, Rifka Annisa hoped with the socialization of "Healthy Relations", then the students can more establish a good relationship and reduce the percentage of child marriage figures. So that the nation's generation is increasingly educated and more advanced. (Lamtiar Tambunan/Laras Intansari)

Gunungkidul (17/7) - Rifka Annisa was invited as resource person for School Introduction Activity (PLS) at SMK Negeri 1 Saptosari Gunungkidul Regency with the theme of Healthy Relations. This activity is routinely done by Rifka Annisa and school every year. The topics presented first are discussed with the school. In accordance with the schedule that has been determined, then Monday, June 17, 2017 Rifka Annisa facilitated one of the PLS activities in SMK Negeri 1 Saptosari. The number of students at that time is around 600 people so that the participants are divided into two classes.

In the first class, the socialization of healthy relations and introductions about Rifka Annisa is briefly conveyed by Tiwuk Lejar Sayekti and Lutviah. While in the second class as the speaker is Khoirun Ni'mah. The purpose of Rifka Annisa socialization is to provide insight to each student to prevent violence to teenagers in educational institutions, especially violence in courtship. In addition, other goals in conducting socialization is tailored to the situation and circumstances that tend to occur in the Gunungkidul region is the high number of marriage age of children. It is expected that with the socialization of healthy relations between adolescents we can prevent the occurrence of early marriage for the next generation.

            Healthy Relations is about the age of adolescence, difficult things that accurs to the teenagers, problems faced by adolescents, teenagers especially in dating, and the types of violences while also related to the cases which handled by Rifka Annisa. During the socialization, the students partly were mindful and some students were not paying attention.

            The sosialization lasted about two hours, starting at 10:00 a.m until 12:00 a.m. Rifka Annisa did not gave theory in the form of power point but also played the video at the end about the story of Amanda Todd, a teenager who experienced violence in her association and experienced bullying.(Lamtiar Tambunan/Ana Widiawati)

Yogyakarta - Public Health students who joined in the Australian Consortium for "In-Country" Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) visited Rifka Annisa on Friday (14/7). Wulan, as representative from ACICIS said the visit aims to learn about Rifka Annisa`s efforts to address violence against women and children and the challenges.

            The discussion between Rifka Annisa and ACICIS took place at 02.00 p.m in the Rifka Annisa Hall. The discussion was guided by Defirentia One as the Manager of Public Relations and Media Division and Nurul Kurniati as the counselors in Assistance Division. The discussion was attended by 40 students who are the members of ACICIS and also the internship students of Rifka Annisa.

            The discussion began with the explanation of Rifka Annisa in general by Defirentia One. It focused on profiles, vision-missions, divisions and Rifka Annisa`s programs.

            “We (Rifka Annisa) believe that violence against women occurs because it is influenced by other factors. So it’s not only because of one factor but multilevel factors,” she said about the ecological framework used by Rifka Annisa. Based on the framework, the factors that influence consist of individual factors, family/personal relationships, community, and national and global structures.

            For the handling of violence against women and children, Rifka Annisa also undertakes ways in accordance with the framework through psychological counseling, legal counseling, medical care, and providing a safe house (shelter). Even psychological counseling is not only for women but also for men because it will be more effective that handling the case involves both parties.

            In addition, One also presented cases data of violence against women and children that has been handled Rifka Annisa from 2011-2016. It included the types of Domestic Violence (KDRT), Rape, Sexual Violence, etc.

            Based on the data, the most common case is Domestic Violence (KDRT). Meanwhile, Jessie, one of the participants, said that in Australia alone the most frequent case is sexual violence. One explained that the causes of domestic violence include the inability of emotional management, economic problems, and gender inequality.

            Nurul Kurniati explained to the participant who asked about the prevention of domestic before getting marriage. “When a couple is getting married, it needs a commitment. The commitment prevents the occurrence of domestic violence.”

            She revealed that the matchmaking case is not legally regulated in Indonesia. It is only regulated in common law. For the marriage itself, there is a law that regulates it.

            Answering the question about children`s education program from Ali, the participant of the discussion, One revealed that Rifka Annisa also has Rifka Goes to School and Rifka Goes to Campus as one of the efforts to prevent violence. (Ana Widiawati)

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