Jakartans reluctant to join in ‘siskamling’
The Jakarta Post
Despite security threats shrouding the city over the past few months, residents are still reluctant to join in neighborhood watch systems, locally known as siskamling.
Citing busy working hours during weekdays, they would rather hand over the matter to hired professionals or local administrations.
Cati Nugraha Bilanguna, 26, who lives in Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, said he was no...
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