Modernization of the system of organization of zonal control in the bodies of internal affairs
Автор: Proletenkova Svetlana Evgenievna, Belikov Aleksandr Pavlovich, Vlasov Konstantin Aleksandrovich
Статья в выпуске: 4 (95), 2020 года.
Introduction: based on the analysis of current legislation and scientific literature, the article examines the existing system of organization and implementation of internal administrative control over the state of legality and discipline in the activities of territorial bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in search of prospects for modernization of this type of organizational and control activities. Materials and Methods: the normative basis of the research is the current legal acts of the Ministry of internal Affairs and the legal acts of its territorial bodies created for their implementation; the methodological basis is deduction, induction, General dialectical method of scientific knowledge, system, logical, formal legal research methods, analysis, synthesis and generalization. Results of the Study: the main ideas for modernizing the system of organization and implementation of zonal control are presented by the authors in the form of a fundamental model of zonal control developed by them, which is built and operates at the level of territorial bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the subject of the Russian Federation for the activities of subordinate territorial bodies. Findings and conclusions: it is a reasonable conclusion about the necessity of modernization of the current system of zonal control at the level of territorial bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs on subjects of the Russian Federation over activity of subordinate territorial bodies of the prospects introduced by the authors of the proposals, given their fundamental nature and commitment to more detailed and scrupulous specialists.
Zonal control, territorial authority, monitoring, legality, organization of control, practical assistance, service discipline
Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/143173258
IDR: 143173258 | DOI: 10.24411/2312-3184-2020-10098