Racial Crimes Against Minority Groups Indigenous People in Indonesia
This study aims to uncover the regulation of racial crimes against indigenous minority groups in national legal instruments and their handling in criminal justice practices in Indonesia. The method in this study uses normative juridical, focusing on proper synchronisation methods. Data is collected by searching primary, secondary, and tertiary legal materials. This study uses descriptive qualitative analysis techniques by collecting data, qualifications, then linking theories related to the problem, and finally concluding to determine the results. The final results show that racial crime regulations against minority groups of indigenous people do not specifically influence the policies in force. Indonesian criminal justice in dealing with racial crimes against indigenous minority groups in Indonesia tends to deal with using formal legal instruments as stipulated in the Criminal Procedure Code.