Village Head Leadership in Concretizing Village Security and Order


  • Lisdawati Muda Iain Sultan Amai Gorontalo, Indonesia


Leadership, Village Head, Security, Order


Security and order issues in our nation have been effectively managed, yet crime rates persist, along with conflicts and altercations, including those among students and university attendees. Security disturbances are not limited to urban locales but are also prevalent in rural areas. Criminal cases encompass gambling, extramarital affairs, alcohol-related gatherings, and drug abuse. Hence, there is an urgent need for the government and the community to collaborate in establishing a secure and orderly environment. The realization of a secure environment, free from threats and disturbances, commences in rural regions as part of the village government's role and responsibility, supported wholeheartedly by community involvement. The roles and responsibilities of village heads in cultivating a secure and orderly community can be achieved through effective leadership models and strategies.




How to Cite

Lisdawati Muda. (2024). Village Head Leadership in Concretizing Village Security and Order. Kurdish Studies, 12(1), 3317–3329. Retrieved from