POLRESPolisi Resor (Indonesian: Resort Police)
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The Pelindo I guards, who receive training from the provincial Indonesian police (POLDA) and the district level police (POLRES), are hired for a variety of security related tasks either in their official, or in a private, capacity.
Table 1 Indonesian Institutions and Agencies involved in Port Security Agency/Institution Acronym Ministry Indonesian Navy TNI-AL Defense National Police POLAIRUD Home Affairs Maritime Division Indonesian Police POLRES Home Affairs (district level) Coast Guards KPLP Transportation Customs Bea Cukai Finance Immigration Imigrasi Law and Human Rights Agency/Institution Responsibility in the port area Indonesian Navy Indonesian Maritime Sovereignty National Police Law enforcement in territorial seas Maritime Division Indonesian Police Port security (since 2004) (district level) Coast Guards Port and coastal area security Customs Anti-smuggling Immigration Border protection Source: Field Research in Indonesia 2010-13.
The relationship model between the Polres (District or Municipality Police) and decentralized local government tended to be profitable for the Polres as an institution and for its individual members (p.
Interview, Head of Operations Section, Polres Sleman, 1 November 2007.
The Chinese are not formally allowed to own property in Bantul, and, according to a police officer in a focus group discussion, "after the Iraq war, Polres [the state police] also has to guard foreigners and their industries".