Model of Restorative Justice in the Era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0: An Effort to Make Justice in Children's Criminal Case Settlement

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Sila H. Pulungan, Nyoman Serikat Putra Jaya, Sugeng Purnomo


Hulsman concluded that the criminal justice system must be abolished entirely because, logically, this system would not be a humane and sensitive means of dealing with crime. The law that regulates the settlement of criminal cases out of court is Law No. 11 of 2012 concerning the Juvenile Criminal Justice System. This study aims to analyze the restorative justice model in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 to realize justice in solving child criminal cases. The research method used is a qualitative research method with a normative/doctrinal juridical approach. The research results show that the conventions of the world's countries reflect a new paradigm to avoid juvenile justice. Restorative justice is a popular alternative in various parts of the world for handling children with legal problems because it offers comprehensive and practical solutions. To apply the concept of restorative justice, especially in resolving criminal cases involving children in the era of industrial revolution 4.0, an Information Technology-based Integrated Criminal Justice System has been established, which is a system that allows electronic data exchange between law enforcement agencies, particularly in the South Jakarta area in handling child criminal cases.

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