LEGISLATIVE REGULATION OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR OF PENITENTIARY INSTITUTIONS: FOREIGN EXPERIENCE
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Kosolapov Yuri Vyacheslavovich Ph.D in Сhemistry. Position: Associate Professor. Department: customs law and customs organization chair. Kostromina Elena Alexandrovna PhD in Philology. Position: Associate Professor. Department: Management and Marketing chair. Sivova Anna Aleksandrovna Department: Study of domestic and foreign experience, history of the penitentiary system, comparative analysis of the penitentiary legislation.
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The article analyzes the legislation of the United States of America in the sphere of regulation of the Federal prison industry as a tool for expanding the production sector of penitentiaries. The necessity of state support and receipt of orders for production activities in the necessary volume by the institutions executing punishment to create a sufficient number of jobs for convicts, which allows to successfully solve the problems in the process of their professional adaptation and successful re-socialization after release. On this basis, the ways of improving the Russian penal enforcement legislation are proposed.
How to Cite:
Kosolapov Y.V., Kostromina E.A., Sivova A.A., (2019), LEGISLATIVE REGULATION OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR OF PENITENTIARY INSTITUTIONS: FOREIGN EXPERIENCE. Gaps in Russian Legislation, 2: 139-141.
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