Adi Sutjipto Air Force Base Policy for Dealing with Non-Traditional Security Threats in Safeguarding Civil Enclave Area in Adisutjipto Airport Yogyakarta
This research is concerned with "Adi Sutjipto Airport Policy for Dealing with Non-Traditional Security Threats in Indonesia in Safeguarding Civil Enclave Area in Adi Sutjipto Airport in Yogyakarta" which aims to determine the extent of Adi Sutjipto Airport Policy in safeguarding the Airfield and Adi Sutjipto Airport to deal with non-traditional security threats in Indonesia. Non-traditional threats are threats that are not carried out by the state but by irresponsible actors and cause human unrest; these non-traditional threats can be in the form of drug smuggling, smuggling of prohibited goods, people smuggling, air piracy, natural disasters, disease outbreaks, and the threat of terrorism. The research method adopted is a qualitative method. The research data source begins with the collection of secondary data in the form of collecting data and documents related to non-traditional security threats at the airport which is then followed by primary data collection through interview and observation methods. Based on the results of the research conducted, it can be obtained the results that Adi Sutjipto Air Force Base policy in dealing with non-traditional security threats from competency aspects that use indicators of human resources, infrastructure/facilities and infrastructure, technology and financial budget support is still not optimal. Airport safeguarding in the context of civil aviation safety and security is the responsibility of Adi Sutjipto Airport in this case Angkasa Pura I and get security support from Adi Sutjipto Air Force Base which in its implementation will be set forth in a fixed security procedure prepared jointly by the Commander of Adi Sutjipto Airport with General Manager of Adi Sutjipto Airport.