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MoU between IPOA and Indonesian Police to Escalate Security and Legal Enforcement in Indonesia’s Palm Oil Industries



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MoU between IPOA and Indonesian Police to Escalate Security and Legal Enforcement in Indonesia’s Palm Oil Industries

InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA) and Indonesian Police signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) to escalate the helps in security, prevention, social conflict solution, and legal enforcement in the operational members of IPOA.

In the event at Ballroom Hotel Ayana Midplaza, Jakarta, Tuesday (2/27/24) that InfoSAWIT attended, Chairman of IPOA, Eddy Martono, and Assistant Chief of Indonesian Police in Operational, Irjen Pol Drs. Verdianto I. Bitticaca signed the MoU.

In his speech, Brigjen Pol Endi Sutendi representing Assistant Chief of Indonesian Police in Operational told that though palm oil industries massively contribute to the exchange and revenue, they still have challenges, such as, crime, and social conflicts. These would block the progress in palm oil sector. Security issues, such as, stealings, pillages, damages, and area conflicts would be the focuses to deal with.

Endi also emphasized the government, security officers, plantation companies, and every other stakeholder should manage the issues well. He hoped the cooperation between both parties would be the basic to get further technical cooperation to solve every issue.

The MoU would cover seven scopes of cooperation, such as, information exchange, security helps, conflict deal, law enforcement, fire prevention, human resource enhancement, and infrastructure advantages.

Chairman of IPOA, Eddy Martono acknowledged that the crime and social conflicts get escalated in the past few years. He told that it is important to get security and legal certainty to maintain the business operational.

Eddy continued, it needs to socialize the MoU to many regions and took others to get further cooperation with local police. (T2)


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