- Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences. 2020 13 (10)
- Maloletkina, Natalia S.; Skiba, Andrey P.; Rodionov, Alexey V.
- Contact information
- Maloletkina, Natalia S.: Samara Law Institute of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia Samara, Russian Federation;; Skiba, Andrey P.: Academy of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia Ryazan, Russian Federation; Rodionov, Alexey V.: Academy of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia Ryazan, Russian Federation; ; ORCID: 0000–0002–9311–4896
- penitentiary system; corruption combating; correction of convicts; the regime of serving the sentence
The subject of the research is the processes of combating corruption in the penitentiary system of Russia. The purpose of the research is to analyze the legal prerequisites for the emergence of corruption manifestations in the penitentiary system and search for promising areas of legislation improvement in this area. The work is based on the complex application of a number of general and special research methods (structural and functional analysis, comparative-legal, formal-logical, system-structural methods). Domestic and foreign regulations, official data of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, the results of the Russian and foreign scholars’ research serve the information base of the research. The main result of the research is in substantiation of the essential conclusions about the need for a clearer definition of the penitentiary system officials’ powers in order to reduce the risks of committing acts with the signs of corruption. The most significant, regarding the risks of corruption manifestations, spheres of penitentiary system employees’ activity are defined. The directions of law enforcement practice improvement in the sphere under the research are substantiated. The materials of the research can be useful for both scientists-penitentiaries, practitioners and for students, undergraduates and graduate students of the relevant areas of training and specialties in the course of mastering special disciplines
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