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Dueling Strategy for ‘Ganging Up’ on AKBP Iverson’s Drugs and the Complexity of the Drug Problem

progresifjaya.id, JAKARTA – The strategy and idea of ‘ganging up’ continues to be promoted by the Head of the Polres Metro Jakarta Pusat Narcotics Investigation Unit, AKBP Iverson Manosoh for the bad war against drug trafficking. He continues to say this and convey this to various parties at every opportunity. Every second, every minute, every hour and every day.

In general, the concept and idea of ‘ganging up’ which is the patented technique for waging a bad war with drugs is an approach and invitation to collaborate.

Drugs as a big evil and cursed monster are the targets being aimed at. However, because the target is a big, evil monster, logically it would be impossible to fall if faced as a single fighter. Must be faced together. Being beaten and percussed together. Although this also does not guarantee that you can immediately overthrow and paralyze the monster.

In his conversation with progresifjaya.id in his office some time ago, this two-time officer a graduate of NCO SPN Karombasan, Sulawesi Utara, with the zodiac sign Gemini, admitted that the drug problem is a multi-complex problem. There are many sides that must be covered and handled. And to actualize all of this in its entirety is not an easy job.

“That’s why i showed courage to promote the idea of a ‘gang up’ strategy to fight the war between badar and drugs. My idea to develop a ‘gang up’ strategy is a combination of hard power, soft power and smart power variables. This could be a deadly move for drugs. As long as it is carried out together with full commitment,” explained the former Coordinator of the Personal Staff of the Head of the Metro Jaya Regional Police (Koorspripim) during the era of Komjen Pol Fadil Imran enthusiastically.

He explained, that conceptually the soft power approach is not just about providing education and outreach to the community. This approach must also be accompanied by a stimulus of understanding and strong self-commitment to fortify oneself with religious and social values.

“In religious theory, drugs are the devil’s baggage. This means that resistance must be through a holistic approach to God through worship. The better and more intense we worship, the more afraid the devil will be to approach. Instead, he will run away with his baggage,” said AKBP Iverson.

Even so, he continued, it is also acknowledged that the de facto implementation of this religious theory is not easy to put into practice. There are many variables involved and they can influence each other. Starting from self-social psychological orientation variables, family environment variables, surrounding environment variables, to social variables and social media interactions.

It’s really very complex and full of variations. It takes hard, intelligent, deep and wise thinking to decipher, map, identify and accurately formulate the right and best solution.

AKBP Iverson then gave the example of rehabilitation as a pointer to the complexity of finding this formula. As a rehabilitation center institution, of course it has been prepared and has various educational modules as well as competent human resources and supporting facilities to cure drug abusers. Like the BNN Rehabilitation Center in Lido, for example.

As is known, in terms of educational modules, the BNN Rehabilitation Center in Lido now has 5 primary education programs for its students. After the introduction and adaptation stages in the isolation and entry unit modules as a physical and psychological evaluation monitoring process (MEFP) for stabilization and detoxification, the drug abuser will then enter the primary coaching and training module, either at the House of Hope, House of Care, House of Faith, House of Female or in the House of Growth for children.

After leaving primary education, which lasts between 2 – 3.5 months, rehab participants then enter the final stage called re-entry or post-rehab before being released back into society.

So, when it came to the phase of being released back into society, the difficulty of finding an effective solution formula as AKBP Iverson had previously thought of slowly emerged. Is it guaranteed that rehab participants who have returned to society will never want to touch drugs again? Is there a big guarantee that they won’t relapse?

“This is what i always think about now. Rehabilitation is part of the soft power variable. I have to look for experts who can collaborate to build a synergistic soft power approach to find the right and strong healing solution point,” he said.

“The problem is that there are many real examples of drug abusers who rehab monthly but relapse when they return to society. Like soap opera actors Ammar Zoni, Rio Reifan, and Revaldo, for example. Those are actors. Not to mention ordinary people, whose numbers are many times greater,” he added.

AKBP Iverson admitted that even though approaching oneself with God through worship is a deadly move for the big evil monster called drugs, in practice it is not easy to condition former drug addicts to be like that in a stable and long term manner. It takes a super strong foundation of understanding and self-belief to make it happen. The method?

“This is what must be thought about and formulated collectively with all capable and accountable parties. If the hard power variable is clear and concise, straight to the point. Take firm action. Arrest, imprison or shoot to death on the spot. Done,” said AKBP Iverson.

“The network that has not been caught becomes a DPO and chases them until we find them. We imprison the dealers who are caught under the Money Laundering Crime (TPPU) article so that there is no more room for them to move. This is specifically part of the Polri and BNN. But what about the soft power variable with the example i mentioned earlier.”

“I’m a bit of a person myself. And it’s my expertise to catch criminals. But the complexity of this problem requires a more precise answer than that. So let’s get together to discuss it and think about what the best solution is,” he continued.

He said, that the problem of former drug addicts who underwent rehabilitation and then relapsed was actually the result of their inability to fend off the strong air of suggestion blowing from all corners of the world. The primary rehabilitation educational training that he underwent, apparently was not strong enough to become his stronghold against the gusts of suggestions that came.

“The problem of suggestion is a matter of taste. And drugs are a concoction of addictive chemicals that make people addicted. What is the most effective way to fight and neutralize the problem of feeling addicted. Again, this is a material for us to work together to find the most effective and most effective solution to solve it,” said this middle-ranking officer born on May 28 1970 who was once part of the Densus 88 Anti-Terror Task Force at Polri Headquarters.

Furthermore, AKBP Iverson also revealed the smart power variable as part of the ‘gang up’ strategy he initiated. This approach emphasizes the use of technology and media as a channel for education and socialization of the dangers of drugs. The key to this approach, as with the hard power and soft power variables, is collaboration and strong joint commitment with all stakeholders.

Currently, he continued, the de facto collaboration of these three variables has been realized by the Polri in a simple way by forming a Resilient Anti-Narcotics Village (KTAN). And for its working jurisdiction, the Anti-Drug Resilient Village will be realized completely and comprehensively in the Kampung Bali area, Tanah Abang, Jakarta Pusat.

“I plan to make Kampung Bali a pilot project to fully implement my idea of the ‘gang up’ strategy that i mean. I will invite and involve all parties to fight together in the badar war against and overthrow the big evil monster called drugs. Including building a fort formula strong and long-term self to overcome strong feelings of suggestion so as not to relapse,” he explained again.

“The Polri and BNN alone will not be able to defeat the monster. They must involve all elements of society to gang up and persecute the monster until it is paralyzed,” he added.

Steve Jobs and the Idea of Drug ‘Crackdowns’

AKBP Iverson Manosoh’s high enthusiasm for fighting drugs along with his ‘somewhat’ strategic ideas and ideas for winning the war reminds us of a brilliant statement that Steve Jobs once made when he was alive.

This former CEO of Apple once said in his mother tongue, “A powerful set of ideas and concepts can change the world”.

AKBP Iverson has come up with strong ideas and ideas with the basic formulation of a ‘gang up’ strategy to defeat the drug monster. He is also diligently promoting and socializing this strategy to all levels of society with his own unique style and model which is also ‘somewhat’. Can he change the world of Indonesian society to become drug-free?

“Mathematically it should be possible, but it takes time, it requires hard work and commitment from all elements of society and government,” he said.

He revealed, citing the results of measurements by BNN, the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) and the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), that by 2023 there could be a decrease in the prevalence rate or the total number of narcotics abuse cases.

In 2022, said AKBP Iverson, the recorded prevalence rate was 1.95 percent. A year later, this figure will be 1,75 percent or decrease by 0,22 percent in 2023.

If compared with the population of Indonesia in 2023, which is 280.73 million people, this means that there will be 4.9 million Indonesians who use narcotics in 2023 from the age range of 15 – 64 years. Meanwhile, in 2022, with a population of 275.5 million people and a prevalence of 1,95 percent, the number of narcotics users in Indonesia will be even higher, reaching 5,3 million people.

Meanwhile, for the ever used category, he continued, there was also a decline from 2.47 percent in 2022 to 2,20 percent in 2023.

“Based on this data, it is clear that there are still far more good people in this country than there are poor people. But we still can’t relax and stay silent. Why? Because if left unchecked, the prevalence rate has the potential to quickly grow and expand. The number of good Indonesians is getting little by little a little bit will be eaten by drug monsters. It could be a drug emergency in Indonesia,” he warned.

Furthermore, he again opened a note, based on data from the Indonesia Drugs Report 2022 from the BNN Data and Information Research Center, in 2019, the prevalence was 1,80 percent. Then in 2021 it will be around 1,95 percent or an increase of 0,15 percent. In 2022, the prevalence will still persist and will only decrease in 2023 to 1,75 percent.

Meanwhile, on the narcotics-prone map, there are a total of 8.002 areas. This figure has decreased from the previous year which reached 8.691 areas.

He explained again, that the extraordinary evil of the narcotics monster must be acknowledged as having penetrated all aspects of life in Indonesia. The dealers or traffickers not only distribute illicit goods to entertainment venues, but have also entered private places, such as boarding houses and homes, and public spaces. Likewise, the status of those exposed has included workers, schools, domestic workers, to unemployed.

“This is an alarm for Indonesia. Everyone from students to law enforcement has been exposed. That’s the reality. Come on, we have to quickly gang up together so that the paralyzed monster is no longer helpless,” said AKBP Iverson, closing the explanation of his idea. (Bembo)

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