A video has been uploaded by Bali Police to help those confused by massive changes in traffic flow directions for Kuta and Legian. The changes has been introduced by Bali traffic police since January. This month marked the first of the traffic flow changes trial and people seem to be quite lost. Bali Coconuts reported, […]
3 Russian nationals were recently rousted by community enforcement officials (Polisi Pamong Praja) when they were found panhandling in front of a bakery in Tabanan on Thursday, January 26, 2017, Bali Discovery reported.
that the body of a 55-year-old German woman living in Tabanan, West Bali, was found floating in the Yeh Ho River (Tukad Yeh Ho) near the village of Tegallinggah, Tabanan on Thursday, January 26, 2017.
North Kuta Police managed to secure two foreigners suspected of card skimming at one ATM located in Canggu Mart, Jalan Batu Mejan, Canggu, Bali.
Police in the popular tourist areas of Kuta and Legian in Bali have begun socializing a number of changes in traffic flows. The changes being introduced by traffic police will be introduced in February with absolute enforcement promised on March 1, 2017, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
The incident began when the victim went to the La Favela to buy drinks. Victims booked 4 shots of Jameson and two cans of soda, a bartender said the total price of the drinks Rp. 680,000. Apparently the victim does not accept that price because they feel the price is unreasonable.
Three Peruvian nationals have been apprehended in Jakarta in a joint operation conducted by police in Sidoarjo and Denpasar, Bali, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
The Bali Police Command has released crime statistics for 2016.
As reported by NusaBali, the highest levels of criminality were recorded in Denpasar and South Badung where thousands of criminal cases were handled by police, while the lowest rates of crime were recorded in the Police Precinct of Klungkung.
The outgoing chief of the Bali police, Inspector General Sugeng Priyanto, told the press that when seen in general terms, crime rates declined in Bali in 2016. For the period January – December 2016, there were 3,347 criminal cases reported in Bali, down from the 3,740 cases recorded in 2015.
The number of cases solved or before the courts totaled 2,269 leaving 1,078 cases unsolved or still under investigation.
Crime rates for 2016 broken down by precincts and districts in Bali:
Denpasar 1,405 criminal cases
Gianyar 341 criminal cases
Buleleng 308 criminal cases
Badung 228 criminal cases
Jembrana 187 criminal cases
Karangasem 175 criminal cases
Tabanan 152 criminal cases
Bangli 137 criminal cases
Klungkung 131 criminal cases
General Priyanto will leaves his post as Chief of Police in Bali on January 4, 2017, for a supervisory role at the Indonesian Ministry of Manpower.
While theft cases dominated the crime statistics there were 12 homicides in 2016, one less than 2015.
Gianyar police chief Waluya said the backpack was found by a local in front of his roadside foodstall at 6.15am today.
Russian National has been arrested by customs officials at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport for attempting to smuggle marijuana from Malaysia to Bali.