The crime rate in Indonesia's capital city of Jakarta fell slightly in 2015. Whereas in 2014 there occurred 44,687 crime cases in Jakarta, the following year the number had fallen to 44,304 cases, a mere 0.87 percent decline (year-on-year). Inspector General Tito Karnavian, Chief of the Jakarta Metropolitan Police Command, said this decline is an indication that effectiveness and efficiency of crime prevention has improved. In 2015 one out of every 513 people in Jakarta became victim of crime.
Meanwhile, General Badrodin Haiti, Chief of the Indonesian National Police, said Indonesia's policy force solved 56 percent of cases it investigated across the country in 2015. The Police Force managed to solve 178,495 cases out a total of 316,445 cases. Haiti said he is content with a success rate in the 50s (percent).
Whereas drug-related criminal investigations have a near 100 percent solvency rate, theft of vehicles are the hardest to solve (with a solvency rate of about 27.5 percent).