PENEGAKAN HUKUM TINDAK PIDANA KEKERASAN YANG DILAKUKAN ANAK DIWILAYAH HUKUM PENGADILAN NEGERI PARIAMAN
This study applies the Normative Doctrinal method, which is under the research's objective of focusing on the application of law (law enforcement) and the role of the Pariaman District Court in examining, hearing, and deciding criminal cases committed by children in the Pariaman District Court's Legal Area. Following the main topic of this article, Normative Jurisdiction is applied, and the technique is a case approach, which involves studying and analyzing the legal reasoning used by the Pariaman District Court. The outcomes of this study identified external cultural factors, technical elements, family factors, and social/group variables as causes affecting the frequent incidence of criminal acts of violence against children in the Pariaman District Court region. The Pariaman District Court is thereafter in charge of law enforcement. In reality, it is required by Law Number 11 of 2012 About the Child Criminal Justice System and Law Number 35 of 2014 concerning Child Protection, However, there is room for improvement in various areas, because the law enforcement process includes more than just executing the law; offering education and awareness about the hazards of violence and the consequences it produces are also activities in the law enforcement process.