Author Guidelines

Topic Journal:

The themes of articles published in the Tata Pamong Journal are the results of research and theoretical studies on topics related to: a) Community Protection; b) Peace and Order; and c) Enforcement of Regional Regulations (PERDA) and Regional Head Regulations (PERKADA) in a broad sense at local, national and international levels. Accepted manuscripts can be written in Indonesian or English in American English Style.

Manuscript Systematics

The incoming manuscripts are divided into 2 (two), namely field research results and conceptual study results. All manuscripts in the journal must follow these systematic rules of writing:

Systematics of Field Research Results Manuscript Writing:


Baris Kepenulisan (authorship lines)


Kata Kunci


Kajian Teori 


Hasil dan Pembahasan 


Ucapan terimakasih (jika ada)

Daftar pustaka 

Systematic Writing of Conceptual Study Result Manuscripts:


Baris Kepenulisan (authorship lines)


Kata Kunci


Hasil dan Pembahasan 


Ucapan terimakasih (jika ada)

Daftar pustaka


1. Title

 Article titles in Indonesian cannot be more than 12 words, and article titles in English cannot be more than 10 words, including conjunctions.


2. Authorship lines

The name of the author of the article is listed without an academic degree, accompanied by the name and address of the institution of origin, and placed below the title of the article. In the case of a manuscript written by a team, the editor only deals with the main author or the author whose name is listed first. The primary author must include a correspondence address (electronic post or email).


3. Abstract

Abstracts are written in two languages ​​(Indonesian and English). The maximum length of the abstract is 150 words, which contains the objectives, methods, results and conclusions of the research. d. Keywords

Keywords consist of 3-5 words or combinations of words and are separated by a semicolon (;).


 4. Introduction

 The introductory section contains the background, research context, problems and research objectives. All introductory sections are presented in an integrated manner in paragraph form, with a maximum portion of 10% of the total length of the article.


5. Theoritical review

The Theory Study section contains a review of the theory relevant to the title of the article, with a maximum length of 15% of the total length of the article.


 6. Method

The Methods section contains an explanation of the research design, data sources, data collection techniques, and data analysis that was actually carried out by the researchers, with a maximum length of 10% of the total length of the article.


7. Results and Discussion

The results and discussion section contains an explanation of the results of the analysis related to the research question. Every research result must be discussed logically and in depth. The discussion contains the meaning of the results and comparisons with theories and/or similar research results. The length of exposure to results and discussion is 50-60% of the total length of the article.


8. Conclusion

 The conclusion section contains answers to research questions or is in the form of a summary of the results of the discussion. Conclusions are presented in the form of paragraphs.


9. Thank-you note

 Contains thanks to the funding agency or individual who has helped write the article.


10. Bibliography

 Contains all references referred to in the article, sorted alphabetically. The reference list only contains referenced sources, and all referenced sources must be listed in the references. Reference sources of at least 80% are literature published in the last 10 years. Articles that have been published in the journal Governance and Public Security are suggested to be used as references. The way to write a bibliography is as follows:


Alcock, P. 1997. Understanding Poverty, 2nd Edition. Macmillan: Macmillan Press.


Articles in a collection of articles:

Russel, T. 1998. An Alternative Conception: Representing Representation. Dalam P.J. Black & A. Lucas (Eds). Children’s Informal Ideas in Science (hlm. 62-84). London: Routledge.


Articles in journals

Indah, D. 2013. Politik Kesejahteraan dan Reformasi Jamsosnas Pasca Orde Baru. Jurnal Konstituen, 1 (1): 102-118.


Articles in newspaper:

Toha, A. 5 November 2014. Premanisme Politik. Kompas, hlm. 7 5)  Tulisan/berita dalam koran (tanpa nama pengarang):


Jawa Pos. 25 Oktober 2014. Sinergi Mutlak Diperlukan, hlm. 3.


Official document:

Pusat pembinaan dan Pengembangan Bahasa. 2008. Pedoman Penulisan Laporan Penelitian. Jakarta: Depdikbud.


Translation book:

Ary, D. Jacobs, L.C., dan Razavieh, A. 1976. Pengantar Penelitian Pendidikan. Terjemahan oleh A. Furchan. 1982. Surabaya: Usaha Nasional.



Wikanengsih. 2012. Model Pembelajaran Pemrograman Otak Melalui Bahasa


(Neurolinguistic Programming) Berorientasi Karakter untuk Meningkatkan Kemampuan Menulis Persuasi Siswa SMP di Kota Cimahi. Disertasi tidak diterbitkan. Bandung: SPs UPI.


Seminar papers, workshops:

Waseso, M. G. 2013. Isi dan Format Jurnal Ilmiah. Makalah disajikan dalam Seminar Lokakarya Penulisan Artikel dan Pengelolaan Jurnal Ilmiah, Universitas Negeri Malang, 19-22 Maret.



Wibowo, T. 2013. Pendidikan Karakter. (Online). Tersedia di http://www.pendidikan diunduh 10 Desember 2013.


Writing technique

The manuscript is typed using the Ms. program. Word, Times New Roman font, size 12 fonts on A4 paper with 3 cm top and left margins, 2.5 cm bottom and right margins.

The size of the space is 1.5, except for the abstract which is written with 1 space (single).

Especially for the title of the article written in capital letters, with a position in the middle (centered) and a font size of 14 font.

The maximum length of the article is 20 pages.

References or citations use bracketed reference techniques (last name, year). Inclusion of sources in direct quotations should be accompanied by a description of the page number where the quotation originates. Example: (Larry, 2006: 77)

The procedure for presenting quotations, references, tables and images follows the provisions in the Guidelines for Writing Scientific Papers in general, or directly imitates the procedures used in articles that have been published in this journal. Articles in Indonesian use the General Guidelines for Indonesian Spelling which are Enhanced and terms standardized by the Language Agency.