LAW ENFORCEMENT IN FISHERIES LICENSES IN BENGKULU CITY AS AN EFFORT TO PERFORM SUSTAINABLE FISHERY COMMUNITY

Septaria, Ema and Iskandar, Iskandar (2016) LAW ENFORCEMENT IN FISHERIES LICENSES IN BENGKULU CITY AS AN EFFORT TO PERFORM SUSTAINABLE FISHERY COMMUNITY. In: of the 5th International Seminar of Regional Network on Poverty Eradication (RENPER) , 22 – 24 OCTOBER 2014 , BANKING UNIVERSITY OF HO CHI MINH CITY .

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Abstract

Law holds an essential role and always exists in every part of human activity, one of which is fishery field. Bengkulu City has a high potential fishery yet it faces some fisheries problem one of them is many fishing fleet operating without licenses and/or the licenses have been over due. While law in books says they have to hold the license. The problem in this paper is how the enforcement in fishery licenses should be done to be effectively conducted so sustainable fishery community can be performed in Bengkulu City. The method used is a normatice juridical using secondary data, obtained by in depth interview and literature research. The results show that Law enforcement in fishery licenses is a primary task of District Government. Attempts should be initiated by the government to make collaboration with related office; Department of Marine and Fisheries, Water Police, and to intensify social participation that makes sense of belonging as well as willing to protect and preserve the sea emerge. If this happens, then the obstacles that surely will stand still in enforcing the law can be reduced and fishery community can sustain and their economic will increase.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law > Department of Law Science
Depositing User: 023 Dody Sahdani
Date Deposited: 03 Mar 2016 09:50
Last Modified: 03 Mar 2016 09:50
URI: http://repository.unib.ac.id/id/eprint/11179

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