Assessment Of The Effectiveness Of The Prosecutor's Office In Economic Security


Economic crimes are understood as socially dangerous actions or inaction that threaten the financial security of the country and entail responsibility in accordance with the Criminal Legislation of the Russian Federation for violating the procedures established in accordance with the law for the distribution, consumption and production of goods and services. The fight against this type of crime is one of the main tasks. This type of crime violates the economic integrity of the country, promotes the development of corrupt relations and shadow markets, thereby undermining the economic stability of Russia. The fight against economic crime and ensuring economic security are at the heart of the activities of law enforcement agencies. This is confirmed by the materials of the expanded meeting of the Board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia held in 2020. According to the data of the meeting under consideration, in 2019, almost 89 thousand crimes in the economic sphere were recorded by the internal affairs bodies in our country, which accounted for 85% of the total number of this category of crimes detected by all law enforcement agencies of the country. Law enforcement and supervisory authorities take measures to protect against crimes against budgetary and extra-budgetary funds, the implementation of national and state plans corruption.

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Nagaeva, E. A., Borodin, V. A., Prokhorova, E. S., Ustinkin, S. V., & Galushkina, A. I. (2022). Assessment Of The Effectiveness Of The Prosecutor's Office In Economic Security. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 506-511). European Publisher.