No Room for Drugs in Prison–Head of the Penitentiary of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of East Java, Teguh Wibowo, reaffirmed the commitment of his staff in fighting narcotics. This was conveyed in Strengthening the Implementation of Duties and Functions of Heads of Prisons throughout East Java, Sunday (13/11).

This activity was attended by 52 Heads of Detention Centers (Lapas, Detention Centers, Prisons, and Gatherings) throughout East Java. Pamekasan Prison is hosting.

Teguh emphasizes that his staff must be quick and responsive when there is a problem. In addition, the solution must also be in accordance with the SOP and applicable rules.

“We must be committed to working according to existing regulations, especially in eradicating drugs, trafficking in cellphones, and extortion in prisons and remand centers,” said Teguh.

Not only that, Teguh emphasized that this commitment is not only at the leadership level. All employees must also have the same commitment.

“Let’s work together, I invite all ranks, convey to all employees to have the same commitment,” said Teguh.

Teguh emphasized that his staff should not be careless in giving appreciation and punishment to employees. If there are employees who excel, should be given appreciation. On the other hand, if an employee has a problem, don’t hesitate to give the appropriate punishment.

“If there is a criminal element in the crime, leave it to the police. I have never played with drug trafficking,” he said firmly.