The following stories talk about the subject ‘Police Force’.
Areocam on whether the state or parents have the right and responsibility to prevent children's access to pornography.
Government efforts to regulate the internet and block access to porn websites.
Easter celebrations in Indonesia, a service in Bogor is broken up, mayhem in Atambua, everywhere else humdrum.
Boisterous youth groups in search of alcohol and the attractions of Batam.
Pressure on the government to enact special laws against religious cults, blasphemy trials in Jambi, and the United Nations showing interest.
Likely criminal charges against Tempo magazine for blasphemy against Christianity.
Massage parlours in Jakarta, and what might be going on in them.
Whether Jemaah Islamiyah is a terrorist organisation, and the current situation in Central Sulawesi.
Why there are so many attacks on churches in western Java.
Ahmadiyah makes changes to its beliefs and avoids being banned by the government.
Iqhbal Sukokiman takes on the tough issue of Australian pedophiles in Indonesia.
The experts say soft Islam is sweeping the country, not hard Islam.
Jakartass' guide to living in Jakarta for foreigners.
What future for Indonesia, as New Year approaches?
Whether women soldiers and policewomen can wear Muslim headscarves.
It's the season for attacks on mosques and Islamic schools in West Java.
The police object to being labelled the most commonly bribed institution.
Some fear the rise of a morality police.
An LDII mosque is attacked in Jember.