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Administrative and legal bases of activity of police of Georgia, the Baltic States and Ukraine: the comparative analysis


Work number - M 12 FILED

Presented Private Scientific Institution «Research Institute of Legal and Social Sciences»

Authors:
CHUMAK Volodymyr Valentynovych, Doctor of Law, Professor, Director of the Private Research Institution «Research Institute of Legal and Social Sciences»

The author conducted a comprehensive study of current theoretical and methodological, regulatory, organizational and practical issues of administrative and legal principles of the police of Georgia, the Baltic States and Ukraine.

The basic concepts and features of the basic categories are defined, including: police, policing, administrative and legal principles, administrative and legal status and administrative legal personality.

A comparative analysis of the legal basis for the use of coercive measures (physical force, special means, firearms) by the police of Georgia, the Baltic States and Ukraine.

The structures and systems of the national police departments of Georgia and the Baltic States and the administrative and legal basis for a career in the police of Georgia and the Baltic States have been identified.

A meaningful description of the administrative and legal bases of preventive and interventional activities of the police of Georgia and the Baltic States is given. The content of explanatory and preventive activities as a component of social management has been improved.

Based on the analysis and generalization of foreign experience of administrative and legal framework of the police of Georgia and the Baltic States, regulations, conclusions, practical proposals and recommendations for improving the administrative and legal framework of police organization and activity in Ukraine are formulated based on successful international experience.

Number of publications: monograph, 52 articles (12 - in foreign publications), 69 abstracts. The total number of references to the author's publications / h-index of work according to the Google Scholar database is respectively: 174/6.

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