Evaluation of The Bureaucratic Reform Policies of The Indonesian Republicís State Police in Public Service (Study of The Regional Police of Central Sulawesi)
Baharuddin*, Syamsul Bahri, Moh Irfan Mufti, Hasbullah
Post-Graduate Department of Social Sciences, Tadulako University Palu, Indonesia
Int. J. Grad. Res. Rev. Vol 6(2): 75-83.
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Social reality about the perception of the role of the Police in Indonesia illustrates the condition of role conflict and dysfunctional roles. Attitudes and views on the idea of ??renewal of the Police in Indonesia certainly need to understand the context proportionally. In line with that, the purpose of this research is to study and evaluate the process of implementing the Police Bureaucratic Reform in improving public services in the Central Sulawesi Regional Police. This research uses a qualitative approach. Data collection through observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation studies. The focus of the research is directed at evaluating the Central Sulawesi Regional Police's bureaucratic reform policy in public services, based on a theoretical study developed by Daniel Stufflebeam that measures policy evaluation with aspects of CIPP (Context, Input, Process, Product). The results showed that the Context, Input, Process, and Product Aspects of Bureaucratic Reform of the Central Sulawesi Regional Police in public services have not yet reached the target of "outcome indicators", namely the realization of a professional, modern and reliable police, institutionally not yet manifested by the police free from corruption , collusion and nepotism (KKN), the optimum quality of public services, and the still low principles of transparency and accountability in the performance of the Police of the Republic of Indonesia are still low, which in turn has greatly impacted the slow motion of the Central Sulawesi Regional Police's bureaucratic reform.
Keywords: Policy Evaluation, Bureaucracy Reform, Public Services