Profiles of Enforcement and Surveillance in Java Sea Fisheries: A Closer Look at the Circumstances of Pemalang and Demak Regencies
Compliance is necessary for successful management of the fisheries. In fact, to secure compliance,
enforcement and surveillance, which are quite costly, are needed . It is realized that enforcement inputs
in Indonesia is limited and not sufficient to watch the waters of this country. Therefore, it needs a lot of
effort to improve the enforcement and surveillance schemes. It is necessary to find out new alternatives
or paradigms of monitoring, controlling and surveillance (MCS) in such a way in order to ensure the
sustainability of the fisheries resource.