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Fisheries surveillance strategy in Tegal Municipality, Central Java, Indonesia

Author Affiliations

  • 1Master\'s Degree in Coastal Resource Management, University of Diponegoro, Indonesia
  • 2Aquatic Resources Department, Faculty of Fishery and Marine Sciences, University of Diponegoro; Jalan Prof. Soedarto, Building J 3rd floor, Semarang, Indonesia
  • 3Aquatic Resources Department, Faculty of Fishery and Marine Sciences, University of Diponegoro; Jalan Prof. Soedarto, Building J 3rd floor, Semarang, Indonesia

Res. J. Marine Sci., Volume 7, Issue (2), Pages 20-25, December,13 (2019)


Fishing, activities conducted by fishermen in Tegal, should always be followed by surveillance on fisheries and marine resources. The purpose of this study is to develop fisheries surveillance strategy in Tegal Municipality. The data used are primary and secondary data from various sources of information related to research. The analytical method used is SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) and QSPM (Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix). The findings showed that fisheries surveillance strategy to be implemented in Tegal Municipality are; i. to increase intensity of the sea patrol, ii. to improve quality service of letter of feasibility for fishing vessel operations, hereinafter referred to as SLO, and; iii. to increase programs aiming to spread the most current regulations on fisheries surveillance. The rank of the surveillance strategies formulated based on QSPM approach is; i. to increase frequency of programs of which purpose are to spread the most current regulations on fisheries surveillance with total score attractiveness of 6.91; ii. to increase intensity of the sea patrol with total score attractiveness of 6.89, and; iii. to improve quality of service with total score attractiveness of 6.38. Increase in frequency of programs that spread information on the current fisheries regulation is expected to develop the fishermen′s awareness about the regulation and their obedience towards the regulation. SLO aims to supervise and get rid of illegal fishing equipment that can damage the environment. Object of the sea patrol is to prevent illegal fishing.


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