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The Juridical Nature of Goal-Setting in the Sphere of Intra-Departmental Control Over Internal Affairs Activity
Abstract.The article is devoted to the juridical nature of the goal-setting process as part of intra-departmental control. In his research Mamontov analyzes theoretical and practical approaches to goal-setting as part of intra-departmental control over internal affairs activity. In his research the author also analyzes the most fundamental theoretical sources that influence the goal-setting process as part of intra-departmental control in different spheres of management activity of internal affairs agencies. The author provides a comparison of the legal grounds of developing purposes and targets of internal affairs control as well as analyzes the statutory regulation of intra-departmental control of different police activities. In his research Mamontov defines particular features of the influence of management achievements in the sphere of goal-setting on various spheres of intra-departmental control over internal affairs activity. Based on the results of the analysis, the author describes contradictions that may arise in the process of regulating the system of intra-departmental control over internal affairs activity, and suggests changes to departmental legal acts that would ensure the balance of the goal-setting process.
Keywords: state, law, goal-setting, internal control, state control activity, state control, state administration, bodies of internal affairs, jurisprudence, juridical nature
Article was received:12-07-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .