Law enforcement is an important aspect of creating orderly traffic. The application of legal sanctions against perpetrators of traffic violations needs to be applied fairly, including legal sanctions against children who commit traffic violations. This study is normative research, with prescriptive specifications. The approach method used in this research was a statutory approach to cases that occur—and the data required consisted of primary and secondary data. The data analysis method carried out was inductive analysis, namely an analysis method carried out by providing a clearer picture of law enforcement against children perpetrators of traffic accidents. Based on the results of the research and discussion regarding law enforcement against children perpetrators of traffic accidents in the Magelang jurisdiction, it can be concluded that law enforcement officials still provide sanctions even though they still have to consider the legal aspects contained in the Juvenile Justice System. Sanctions imposed on children perpetrators of traffic accidents in the Magelang jurisdiction, specifically for traffic accidents resulting in loss of life of the victim, legal settlements are carried out through diversion. The basis for considering sanctions against children perpetrators of traffic accidents in the Magelang jurisdiction is in accordance with the laws in the Juvenile Justice System laws, in principle that there is no element of deprivation of children's rights.