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JAKARTA – Global Investigation news.com – National Police Chief General Listyo Sigit Prabowo ensures that the National Police continues to be committed to following up on instructions from President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) in order to improve or transform the management of the Indonesian football competition.
This commitment, said Sigit, was realized by holding a stadium security management course which was held for nine days by presenting a speaker from a Professor from Coventry University, England. Apart from the National Police, all related parties also participated in the training.
“For nine days, we have conducted stadium management training activities to prepare for ball security. So it is part of the National Police’s commitment that the National Police will continue to improve the quality of security, especially in relation to holding major competitions, especially football,” said Sigit at the Rupatama Polri Building, South Jakarta, Wednesday , February 1, 2023.
Sigit explained, President Jokowi had given directions to make improvements and transform the implementation of sports in Indonesia to be better in terms of organization, security, arrangement of supporters and spectators.
“So that everything can be organized properly and everything is good, the spectators, the organizers of the players, everything can really be secured,” said Sigit.
Apart from bringing in live instructors from England, Sigit revealed that, the Police’s seriousness in realizing improvements in the management of the implementation of Indonesian football competitions, the National Police has issued Police Regulation (Perpol) Number 10 of 2022 Concerning Security for Organizing Sports Competitions.
“Where it regulates how to use personnel then the main thing is an analysis of risks, especially the stadium that will be used. So that there can then be determined with the existing capacity and the exits, entrances, exits, then what is the existing health readiness, everything become one unit,” said Sigit.
The Perpol, said Sigit, has also been regulated with a certain formulation in determining the audience capacity. In this case it has been determined in the AFF Cup and League I matches.
On the other hand, the former Police Criminal Investigation Head explained that the training with speakers from England who were directly involved in managing the implementation of the World Cup in Qatar had ended. Sigit also hopes that the participants who receive the course will be able to absorb all the knowledge and influence of football management according to FIFA standards.
“Of course this is very important because Indonesia has extraordinary talent, a very large audience and if this can be managed properly everything will be able to grow players who can compete well, and our hope is that we can create a higher quality football competition. and of course it can bring the name of Indonesia to the international level,” concluded Sigit.