Realization of the Conditional Release from the Correction Institutions

Tomas Mackevičius

Abstract


In this article there, aa conditional release from the correction institutions is analysed, which was setup by the Punishment Enforcement Code of the Republic of Lithuania as an alternative to freedom deprivation punishment. Without looking into the process of historical development, to analyse the problems of conditional release from the correction institutions realisation and how to deal with them. Lithuanian legal regulations are compared to international documents, which are related with alternative to freedom deprivation punishment (Tokyo Rules (1990), European Rules on Prison Leave (1982), European Rules on social reactions to juvenile delinquency (1987), European Rules on Community Sanctions and Measures (1992), European Recommendation on Concerning Prison Overcrowding and Prison Population Inflation (1999), European Rules on Community Sanctions and Measures (2000), European Rules on Conditional release (parole) (2003)). Conditional release from the correction institutions legal regulations in foreign countries are looked over, an experience of conditional release from the correction institutions implementation in Lithuania and abroad and, most importantly, landmarks of conditional release from the correction institutions institution improvement had been given. The article is based on the national documents and the documents of the United Nations and the Council of Europe, legal regulations and practice of conditional release from the correction institutions in foreign countries.

Keywords


conditional release from the correction institutions; alternatives for the imprisonment punishment international documents; reasocialization

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"Social Work" ISSN online 2029-2775 / ISSN print 1648-4789