Police Public Relations Central Kalimantan (Central Kalimantan) apologized after his Instagram admin hounded and summoned netizens to the Police Headquarters via direct message (DM). The admin with the initials Bripda BG will be investigated by Propam.
“Later a report will be made by him, a police report, so that he explains why he did that. After that Propam will process it. Yes, he made a report, on that date, who, where, at what time, did what wrong, why, why?” At that time, what was the condition? We will submit the report to Propam to check whether the code of ethics violation has been fulfilled,” said the Head of Public Relations of the Regional Police. Central Kalimantan Kombes K Eko Saputro, when contacted on Wednesday (20/10/2021).
He claimed to have reprimanded and gave directions to his members. He also acknowledged the mistakes made by Bripda BG, and apologized for the incident.
“Yes, I reprimand my members, I instruct them if the comments on medsos are not like that. If they are criticized, reply by saying ‘thank you for entering, we will provide better service to the community’, not emotional issues like that,” said Eko.
“That’s what my member did, he was wrong. On behalf of the Central Kalimantan Police, I apologize to the netizen, the netizen is also kind, responding, both apologize (because it has gone viral). Through the Central Kalimantan Police Public Relations account, I ask for forgiveness. ( DM members) is wrong,” he continued.
Previously, the Central Kalimantan Police Public Relations Instagram account was in the spotlight on social media. Because, the admin of the account was attacking a netizen via DM on Instagram.
A screenshot of the DM from the Central Kalimantan Police Public Relations account also circulated on Twitter. In the DM, it was seen that the admin reprimanded netizens who commented using the word ‘kill’. This comment is known to be given in a post related to the Aipda Ambarita mutation.
In addition to reprimanding, the admin of the Central Kalimantan Police Public Relations account also asked the netizen to come to the Central Kalimantan Police Public Relations Office. The two also seemed to be debating the meaning of the word ‘dead’.
In response to this, the Central Kalimantan Police Public Relations through its official Twitter account apologized.
“I, the Head of Public Relations of the Central Kalimantan Police, apologize for the actions of the Central Kalimantan Police Public Relations admin which was not pleasing to the hearts of all netizens, we thank you for the criticism that has built the Central Kalimantan Police and Central Kalimantan Police to be better at it,” he wrote.
(dwia / idh)