Cases of violence in Indonesia based on data from the National Commission for Child Protection(KPA), In 2012, reports of violence against children rose to 2,637, with the presentation of 62 percentof the sexual violence include the category of sexual harassment as many as 122 cases, regarded as oneindicator of the poor quality of child protection , The existence of children who have not been able tolive independently, of course, is in desperate need of people as a shelter. The government has soughtlegal protection for children, so that children can get a guarantee for the continuity of life and living aspart of human rights through the Act No. 23 of 2002 on Child Protection. The low quality of childprotection in Indonesia, especially in sexual offenses and the amount of fines lot of criticism fromvarious circles of society. The changes legislation relating relating to the protection of childrenfrom LawNo. 23 of 2002 on the Protection of Children to Act No. 35 of 2014 about the amendment of Law No.23 of 2002 on Child Protection contains a number of new perspectives (new paradigm) on the protection of children. One of the new paradigm it is the approach of preventing violence against children. InIslamic law approaches in child protection can be understood through the concept dhari>ah are sometimes prohibited form of preventive measures mentioned sadd al-dhari>ah, sometimes recommendedeven obliged called Fath} al-dhari>ah. Methods dhari>ah in regulation Protection of Indonesian childrendevelop in accordance with the development needs of the community through a new paradigm of LawNo. 35 of 2014 on the Amendment of Act No. 23 of 2002 on Child Protection, on several things: theinvolvement of local governments in addition to the state, the government, society , families and theelderly, sexual crimes against children and restitution (compensation).