The son born in Salo Village, Kendari City, Southeast Sulawesi Province, General Pol Idham Azis officially served as Chief of the Indonesian National Police (Kapolri) in place of Tito Karnavian. This was marked by the inauguration and the appointment of the oath of office by the President of Indonesia, Ir Joko Widodo at the State Palace, Friday 1 November 2019, around 10:00 WIB, this morning.
Pol inauguration of General Idham Azis as National Police Chief based on Presidential Decree Number 97 / Polri in 2019 concerning the appointment of the Indonesian Police Chief. The high-ranking police officer who previously served as Kabareskrim then took the oath of office guided by President Jokowi.
"By Allah, I swear, that I will be loyal to the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. And will carry out all laws and regulations in the straightforward manner for the sake of my service to the nation and state," said Azis. "That in carrying out my duties, I will uphold the ethics of my position to work as well as possible and with a full sense of responsibility. That I will uphold the tribrata, "continued the former Metro Jaya Police Chief.
After taking the oath of office as the National Police Chief, Idham then signed the minutes of inauguration, witnessed by the former Chief of Police who is now the Minister of the Interior, Tito Karnavian, and the Commander of the Armed Forces Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto. Next, the Presidential Decree Number 98 / Polri in 2019 was read out about the promotion of Idham to become a four-star general. Followed by embedding a rank by President Jokowi on the shoulders of the man born in Kampung Salo, Kendari, said. After being installed, the 1988 Police Academy graduate revealed the most important message from the president to him. "Mr. President conveyed to me work, work and work," in short