Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, Jawa Barat, Indonesia.
Heru Susetyo is an Associate Professor at Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta – Indonesia, Executive Board of Victim Support Asia, Secretary-General of Association of Lecturers of Victimology in Indonesia (APVI) and Founder of Indonesian Victimology Society in 2011, Member of Jakarta Province Research Council (2018 – 2022), Member of Central Notary Honorary Board (2020 – 2023) as well as former executive committee of World Society of Victimology (2009 – 2015). He is currently teaching human rights, victimology, law and social welfare, children protection law, Law and Society, and Legal Research Method. Heru Susetyo graduated from Universitas Indonesia in 1996 (bachelor of law) and 2003 (master of social work) and also obtained his Master of International Human Rights Law (LL.M) degree from Northwestern Law School, Chicago (2003) and a Ph.D. in Human Rights and Peace Studies from Mahidol University, Thailand (in 2014). Currently, he is researching Victimization to the Family of Terrorism Suspects as an external Ph.D. researcher at INTERVICT (International Victimology Institute), Tilburg University, The Netherlands. Heru Susetyo has written numerous articles in various newspapers, magazines, and online media and also published several journals and books related to human rights, victimology, terrorism, social work, and international criminal law. He has also been responsible for handling research and publication affairs at faculty of University as Manager of Research and Publication (since 2018), Editor in Chief of Jurnal Hukum dan Pembangunan FHUI (since 2018) and Editor in Chief of Journal of Islam and Islamic Law Studies (since 2007). He is reachable by email at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org and at his blog: http://herususetyo.com.