BANDUNG, unpas.ac.id – Last Wednesday, Faculty of Law Universitas Pasundan visited Rumah Penyimpanan Benda Sitaan Negara (Rupbasan) I Bandung in order to hold a collaboration in conducting research.
Student’s visit led by Deputy of Unpas Faculty of Law Laboratory, Rusli Subrata, S.H., M.H., and Secretary of Center Learning Education (CLE), Ibnu Sina, S.H., M.H, is kindly welcomed by Head of Bandung Rupbasa I, Alvantina Risky along with Kasubsi Adpel, Dadang Abdurahman.
Faculty of Law is interested to observe the institution which takes a role in storing state confiscated goods for the purposes of the judicial process, both examinations at the level of investigation, prosecution, and trial.
As teacher’s representative, Rusli stated that previously Faculty of Law has once invited Alvantino to be the speaker of webinar entitled “Peran Rupbasan dalam Pengelolaan Barang Rampasan dan Barang Sitaan Negara”.
“For us, Bandung Rupbasan I is a bit unique; but its main tasks and function are almost untouchable by educational institution. In Unpas Faculty of Law, the seventh-semester students get their own practical theory and learn about writing proper procuration. But to take care of confiscated goods has not yet come in mind,” he said.
The observation will be one of the references or new subject courses in the faculty’s laboratory. It is even possible to have it inserted to the curriculum and make the employees in Bandung Rupbasan I be the instructors in the laboratory itself. So far, the laboratory has included litigation practice, legal drafting and agreement.
“There is actually formal institution handling on confiscated goods properly and well-organized. We will make it as a momentum to insert it on our learning subject materials and collaborate more often about conducting the research. Therefore, we need to gain much information as detailed as possible from Bandung Rupbasan I,” he continued.
The secretary of CLE, Ibnu Sina also praised the service system, maintenance and the management in Bandung Rupbasan I. He thought that the institution is way much better and professional compared to the other institutions.
“The condition is factual, as stated by Karupbasan when having the webinar with the students. Therefore, we invite students to gain more knowledge and information about it, as well as make it scientific writing or internship object when having work field,” he said.
On that occasion, Karupbasan invited the entire group to visit the warehouse where the state confiscated good were stored: open warehouses, closed warehouses, to dangerous warehouses. He also explained the legal status and condition of the goods.
He explained that the treatment of state confiscated goods and objects at the Rupbasan I Bandung was in accordance with the Correctional Law no. 12 of 1995 and Law no. 8 of 1981 concerning the Criminal Procedure Code. He also welcomed the research development collaboration with Unpas Faculty of Law.
“Legal institutions will be stronger if they work synergically with educational institutions. We really support the program. We open space, prepare to get suggestions or advices, and hopefully this synergy would create new innovation in maintaining the confiscated goods in Bandung Rupbasan I,” he concluded. (Reta)*