Public Safety: Current Policy and Implementation Challenges

Vadim Avdeevich Avdeev, Stanislav Vasilievich Rozenko, Valery Fedorovich Lapshin, Denis Valentinovich Puchkov, Ekaterina Sergeevna Kulikova and David Romanovich Mishchenko

The article notes the importance of public security as an object of legal protection protected by international and national law. The analysis of international normative legal acts of universal and regional character reveals the concentration of attention of the international community on the disparate acts that pose a threat to public safety. The orientations of international law are perceived differently by national legal systems as a result of the socio-economic, political and legal, religious, cultural and other specific features of States. Modern problems of efficiency of the activity directed on counteraction to crimes against public safety are revealed in the article on an example of national system of the right. Proposals are made to optimize the prevention, suppression and counteraction to attacks on public safety. It is noted that the preventive value is to increase the effectiveness of legal regulation of the person’s behavior which is convicted of this a crime.

Volume 11 | 12-Special Issue

Pages: 1330-1334

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP12/20193343