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Federal Executive Authorities exercising Law-enforcement Powers

ФИО студента: Igor Lebedev

Руководитель: Maria Yakhina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Lawyer in the Sphere of Justice and Law Enforcement (Master)

Год защиты: 2021

The final qualifying work consists of an introduction, four chapters, an output and a bibliography. The introduction substantiates the relevance of the chosen topic, the problems of the research, sets the goals and objectives of the research, and also lists the methods used in writing the work. The first chapter "Theoretical Foundations of Building a System of Law Enforcement Agencies" contains the concept of "executive authorities", the criteria on the basis of which this or that body can be classified as an executive authority. This chapter also gives the concepts of the terms "law enforcement agencies", "law enforcement functions", "law enforcement powers", presents the goals and objectives of law enforcement, lists law enforcement functions, presents the system of executive authorities of the Russian Federation with law enforcement powers. In the second chapter, "Federal executive authorities in charge of public security", two bodies are examined in detail: the internal affairs bodies of the Russian Federation and the Federal Service of the National Guard. Within the framework of the sections devoted to these bodies, their internal structure, system, directions of activity, as well as the powers vested in these bodies are stated. Within the framework of these sections, the problematic aspects of the implementation of certain powers inherent in these law enforcement agencies are also investigated. The third chapter is devoted to the federal executive bodies in charge of state security issues. It also consists of two sections, within which the system, organization, directions of activity and powers of the bodies of the Federal Security Service and the bodies of the Federal Security Service are investigated. This chapter, in addition to the above aspects, also examines the problems of legal regulation of individual powers of these bodies, and contains reflections on how to solve them. The fourth chapter describes the problems of the implementation of the competence of the federal executive bodies with law enforcement powers. Within the framework of this chapter, in sections 4.1 and 4.2, the features of prosecutorial and judicial control over the activities of executive authorities with law enforcement powers are presented. The conclusion contains conclusions about the problems identified in the work, as well as proposals for amending the current legislation in order to solve them. The total volume of work is 133 pages.

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