PREVENTIVE MEASURES EXECUTED BY PENITENTIARY INSPECTIONS: TOPICAL ISSUES OF LAW ENFORCEMENTS
Kuzbass institute of the FPS of Russia (Novokuznetsk, Russia), Teacher of the Department of organization of the regime, security and escort.
The author of the article put forward an opinion on the need for changes aimed at consolidating the criminal procedural status of prison staff, the article lists a number of legal problems that do not allow to fully carry out activities to control the prohibitions imposed on the suspects (accused). The course taken towards the humanization of punishment and measures of state coercion requires a comprehensive study on the part of all interested services and departments, primarily from the Federal Penitentiary Service. The approval of the Concept for the development of the penal system until 2030 determined the course of development for the coming years, however, there are currently a number of unresolved problems associated with the process of implementing preventive measures not related to detention. The purpose of this study is to identify the problem that has arisen at the junction of criminal executive and criminal procedural law. The legal status of an employee of the Federal Penitentiary Service within the framework of a developing civil society and strengthening the rule of law should not raise questions, including within the framework of performing daily official tasks. The activities of FSIN employees are aimed at fulfilling the power functions of the state and restricting the rights and freedoms contained in the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
house arrest; pledge; prohibition of certain actions; penal inspections.