Policijos teisės prielaidos: policijos teisės santykis su administracine teise.
The article analyses the issues of modern Lithuanian legal administrative system. Security of a person, society and the State is a complex, political, sociological and legal phenomenon that ensures social well–being thus in order to develop conditions for an effective legal protection of the aforementioned social values it is necessary that an appropriate system of national authorities is in place and a system of positive legal norms is in place to regulate the establishment and functioning of such authorities. By applying the selected methodological background of the police law it should be concluded that theoretical identity of the police law should be linked with the need for knowledge on securing protection of a person, society and the State by regulating it by a unified system of legal norms. It is suggested, that the structure of the administrative law branch should be improved by replacing general and special parts with sub–branches of the administrative law. It is proposed to stipulate that administrative law is divided into the governing law and the police law. The governing law would include laws and by laws that contain norms of the administrative law and that regulate public relations in the public administration sector and it would be the legal basis for exercising the executive powers. The police law would include institutes of application of control, supervision, coercion, operative action and administrative penalties and would regulate public relations that occur when nationally administering protection of a person, society, the State, national security and public order and by ensuring appropriate legal regulation of establishment and functioning of the Lithuanian law enforcement authorities.
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