Merdeka.com – Code of Ethics Commission Police (KKEP) has held an ethics trial against First Brigadier Firman Dwi Ariyanto, related to the death of Brigadier J alias Nofryansyah Yoshua Hutabarat. The trial was held on Wednesday (14/9), from 13.00 WIB to 19.45 WIB, at the National Police Headquarters TNCC Building, Jakarta South.
“The KKEP trial apparatus decided to sanction the FDA Brigadier in the form of ethical sanctions, namely the behavior of the violator is declared a disgraceful act,” said Police Public Relations Spokesperson, Kombes Ade Yaya Suryana to reporters, Thursday (15/9).
“And it is the violator’s obligation to apologize verbally in front of the KKEP team and in writing to the police leadership and the injured party,” he continued.
In addition, First Brigadier Firman Dwi was also imposed with an administrative sanction in the form of demotion for one year. This sanction is known to be in the form of a mutation that is punishable in the form of relinquishment of position and echelon reduction as well as transfer to a different position, function, or region.
“Against the decision, the violator did not file an appeal,” he added.
The ethics session was chaired by Kombes Rachmat Pamudji as the Chair of the Commission, Kombes Sakeus Ginting as Deputy Chair of the Commission and for commission members, Kombes Pitra Andreas Ratulangi. The trial presented four witnesses, namely Kompol SMD, Ipda DDC, Brigadier FF, and Bharada S.
“The actions carried out by the FDA Brigadier are unprofessional in carrying out their duties. Articles that are violated are Article 5 paragraph 1 letter b and or Article 5 paragraph 1 letter c regulations Police RI number 7 of 2022 concerning the professional code of ethics and the police code of ethics commission.”