Peculiarities in interaction of executive authorities in the sphere of law and order at regional and local levels

  • Ia. Melnyk National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine
Keywords: interaction of executive authorities in the field of law enforcement; organizational methods; organizational forms; organizational methods; prevention; rulemaking; law enforcement; administrative and preventive measures; administrative contract.


The article deals with the directions, organizational methods, forms and ways for interaction of executive authorities in the field of law and order at the regional and local levels, which determine the peculiarity of measures for its implementation. Thus, we focus your attention on peculiarities in interaction of executive bodies in the field of law and order at the regional and local levels in Ukraine. The interaction takes place at the level of rule-making activity, which is not regulated by the current legislation, in particular its organizational component. The police initiate the cooperation in preparation of normative acts about preventive orientation, and local councils and executive authorities act as the initiators at the stage of their coordination and examination. The existence of coordination structures for such interaction and an extensive number of coordination and organizational measures. The interaction generates the administrative-procedural relations, which belong to the administrative legal relations. The administrative commissions of local executive bodies act as the subjects of administrative offenses prevention. The specifics of interaction are based on administrative agreements, related to the joint exercise of power, coordination of efforts to achieve any integrated results of management. The agreements are of civil nature, excluding the ones, related to the exercise of power. They are becoming extremely relevant in terms of deepening the decentralization process in Ukraine. The police and local governments act as equal subjects of preventive activity that do not depend on each other structurally.


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Melnyk, I. (2020). Peculiarities in interaction of executive authorities in the sphere of law and order at regional and local levels. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 39(3), 33-37.