LEGAL ORGANIZATION OF THE WORK OF PERSONS DEPRIVED OF LIBERTY IN SERBIA

  • Ivan Milić
  • Darko Dimovski

Abstract

In Serbia, there are several categories of persons deprived of their liberty,

which for the time while they are in a penal institution have certain rights

and obligations. Thus, in penal institutions, the sentence of imprisonment,

which was pronounced in the criminal, as well as in the misdemeanor

procedure, is served. The penalty of juvenile imprisonment shall be

executed in the penitentiary institution for juveniles. The educational

measure of referral to a correctional home is executed in a Juvenile

Correctional Facility in Krusevac. In penitentiary institutions is also

executed the punishment of supletory prison, as also as detention. For all

persons is a common, and that is that they are deprived of their liberty,

and their treatment while deprived of their liberty differ.

The subject of the author's work is the work of persons deprived of their

liberty, that is, their legal order in the Republic of Serbia. The aim of the

work is to see how the legislator has regulated the working engagement of

persons deprived of liberty, but also to see how the sub-legal acts further

regulate this area. The current regulations governing the working

engagement of persons deprived of their liberty will be critically analyzed.

Published
2019-05-21