MENEROPONG DIMENSI PENGAWASAN DJBC TERHADAP PEMBAWAAN UANG TUNAI DAN/ATAU INSTRUMEN PEMBAYARAN LAIN
Money laundering crosses jurisdictional boundaries, uses increasingly varied modes, threaten the integrity and stability of the economic and financial system, as well as endangers at the community life, nation, and state. In order to prevent and eradicate money laundering, Directorate General Customs and Excise (DGCE) has an important role as the controlling agent of cross border cash transportation and detecting money laundering based on international trade. This study aims to describe and analyze the policy dimensions of controlling on cross border cash whose implementation is charged to DGCE. This research uses a normative juridical method with a descriptive qualitative. The results of the study indicate that DGCE's policy in controlling on cross border cash and/or other payment instruments transportation is based on 2 (two) statutory dimensions, namely the dimensions of prevention, monitoring, and supervision of potential money laundering and the embodiment of Bank Indonesia's authority to request information and data concerning foreign exchange flows across national borders.