ON THE ISSUE OF CRIMINAL SUBCULTURE AND CRIMINAL INFECTION IN CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS FOR CONVICTS-WOMEN
FKU IK-2 of the FPS of Russia in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region (St. Petersburg, Russia) an operative of the operational department.
Tomsk IPKR of the FPS of Russia (Tomsk, Russia) lecturer at the department of organization of operational-investigative activities.
The article considers aspects of criminal infection of convicted women serving a sentence of imprisonment for a certain period. The criminal subculture, like any other human community, does not stand still and adapts to the environment in which it exists. Since the criminal subculture and, as a result, criminal infection in correctional institutions are of an existential nature, the administration of the correctional institution should develop tactics for working with persons subject to criminal infection, as well as develop measures to prevent this phenomenon in places of deprivation of liberty. Using the full range of opportunities and resources, correctional officers will be able to reduce the impact of the criminal subculture on the majority of convicts, and prevent the Commission of crimes by convicts in the future. The article discusses the existence of a criminal subculture, its consequences – criminal infection, and also draws attention to the peculiarities of their influence on the process of serving sentences by convicted women.
correctional institution; criminal subculture; criminal infection; convicted women; interaction of departments; educational impact.