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2013 | 5(1) | 215-224
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Principles of the Law-Enforcement Function of the State: Administrative and Legal Aspects

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In the article we prove that the sphere of the implementation of law enforcement functions of the state is one of the most important areas that need proper administrative and legal regulation. Achievement of proper functioning of the law enforcement sphere is possible as a result of improvement of the implementation of law enforcement functions of the state by improving the efficiency of each of its components. The administrative and legal mechanism of the implementation of the law-enforcement functions of the state is defined as the totality of administrative and legal means, the use of which creates the conditions necessary for effective activity of the relevant executive authorities implementing law-enforcement functions of the state that, as a result, should lead to appropriate levels of safety and protection of fundamental rights of man and citizens, to a reduction in criminalization of society, and to improvement of public confidence in law-enforcement agencies. Establishment and functioning of effective administrative and legal mechanisms help ensure the proper implementation of law-enforcement functions of the state, implementation of effective influence on social relations that arise in the field of law enforcement, the establishment of effective interaction between the state and citizens, which is the accepted standard of public administration in all democratic countries. One of the key elements of administrative and legal mechanism in the implementation of law-enforcement functions of the state are the principles of the implementation of law-enforcement functions of the state, which establish the basic requirements of the relevant executive authorities in the sphere of the implementation of law-enforcement functions of the state. In defining the term “principles of law-enforcement functions of the state”, the main principles of law-enforcement functions of the state include the following: supremacy of law, the rule of law, the priority of ensuring the rights and freedoms of man and citizen, the equality of citizens before the law (prohibition of discrimination); prohibition of abuse of power, competence and professionalism, transparency and openness, mutual responsibility of the state and mankind. The content of the basic principles of law-enforcement functions of the state is presented. Compliance with the principles of law-enforcement functions of the state will increase the confidence of institutions of civil society to the executive authorities, increase the legal security of citizens and promote dialogue between society and government.
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