New issue of our periodical contains works of authors from the People’s Police Academy of the Ministry of Public Security of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Hanoi), Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus(Minsk), Kostanai Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan named after ShyrakbekKabylbayev(Kostanay) , Academy of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia (Ryazan).
The published research materials analyze the changes in the criminal and penal legislation of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in 2019.A significant part of this comparative legal study is also devoted to the regulation of criminal liability and the procedure for the execution of sentences in relation to commercial legal entities in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
Colleagues from Belarus have prepared works that present the results of a study devoted to the issues of life imprisonment institution development processes in the Republic of Belarus. These articles focus on a comparative analysis of the researched problems’ criminological and criminal-executive aspects, and also make suggestions for improving the execution of this type of punishment in the Republic of Belarus.
The work devoted to the analysis of disciplinary measures applied to convicts serving imprisonment under the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan and their classification deserves special attention. This paper substantiates a number of significant scientific provisions, as well as formulates a number of conclusions that are of potentially significant interest to the audience of our publication.
In the new issue of our journal, we also provided an opportunity to publish their works to young researchers (adjuncts) from the Academy of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia. Their articles contain research materials on the issues of ensuring the personal safety of convicts in places of deprivation of liberty, as well as convicts’ work organization as one of the main means of their correction.
The editorial staff continues to work on promoting new scientific and educational publications published on the subject of penitentiary activity. This issue provides an overview of lectures course prepared by V.I. Ignatenko. “Antisocial lifestyle of juveniles and youth and ways to overcome it: concept, content, causes (socio-criminological and penitentiary aspects)”, published jointly by the Moscow publishing house “Prospekt” and the Academy of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in 2020.
Alexey Vladimirovich Rodionov
Editor-in-Chief of International penitentiary journal,
D.Sc. (Economy), Associate Professor
Scopus ID 57194512706
Web of Science Researcher ID E 5744-2016