Koncepcia postavenia poškodeného a obete trestného činu v Slovenskej republike
Concept of the Injured Party and Victim of the Crime in the Slovak Republic
Subject(s): Criminal Law
Published by: Vysoká škola finanční a správní, a.s.
Keywords: victim; injured party; victimization; witness; notifier; the principle of the protection of victims; confidant; the representative of the injured party; psychologist
Summary/Abstract: The concept of the injured party and the victim of a crime at national level is an integral part of, and at the same time fulfills, a criminal policy of the state, in the field of protection of victims of crime and injured parties. At the same time, the concept in question must reflect the commitments that the national regulation derives from the international documents to which the Slovak Republic is bound. Simply from international documents, national normative regulations, minimum standards for the protection of the rights of victims of crimes and injured parties arise. Codified normative regulation is a prerequisite for meeting standards based on international documents and also for ideological consistency of individual institutes, by which there is a real provision, protection of victims of crime and injured party from the impact associated with secondary or repeat victimization.
- Issue Year: 3/2018
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 79-89
- Page Count: 11
- Language: Slovak