Authority of the House of Storage of Objects State Confiscation in the Governance of Confiscated Goods and Booty as Evidence

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Deddy Gunawan, Suparno, Retno Mawarini Sukmariningsih, David Maharya Ardyantara, Ontran Sumantri Riyanto, Arman Harahap


The state maintains the integrity and security of confiscated goods in one place. The success of carrying out the management of authority over confiscated objects and state booty within the Storage house is largely determined by the presence of adequate human resources, both in terms of quantity and quality, availability of adequate facilities and infrastructure in accordance with the basic needs of Storage house, and the existence of a budget sufficient to support all activities in the maintenance process down to the expenditure of the waste and goods. The research methodology used is normative juridical. Based on the analysis, there are results obtained by Storage house that must be kept and managed. The goal is to ensure safety and security in order to provide protection, fulfillment and enforcement of human rights and to save state assets. The purpose of this research is to examine the authority of Storage House as an institution that has the authority to store and manage all confiscated objects and booty which are the result of criminal acts and problems and solutions to the authority of the State Seized Objects Storage House in the management of confiscated objects and goods.  Booty as evidence that has been confiscated for the state based on a court decision as stated in Law No. 8 of 1981 concerning the Criminal Procedure Code and Government Regulation No. 27 of 1983 regarding the implementation of the Criminal Procedure Code, it is mandated that as a means of providing guarantees for the protection of human rights related to confiscated objects belonging to the suspect / defendant as an interest for evidence in the process of investigation, examination and prosecution, in trials.

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