Eradication of corruption cannot be done only through formal procedures but also requires the strengthening of community participation. This is regulated in Article 41 paragraph (3) of Law No. 31 of 1999 on eradicating corruption, stating that the community has a right and responsibility in preventing and eradicating corruption. This study used a sociological juridical approach, with primary and secondary data as the source. The results show legal communication as a form of influencing societal views in nonpenal crime prevention efforts. Legal communication is done in a persuasive manner with a direct application to society, taking into account the existing culture in the community. Legal communication is done so that every society can better disseminate legal knowledge about corruption crime and increase public legal awareness. In general, law enforcement will not succeed if we do not pay attention to or ignore the value of cultural and moral values.