PROSECUTORIAL OVERSIGHT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ANTI-TORTURE LEGISLATION: AN ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND NATIONAL LEGISLATION
This article examines the analysis of national legislation and international law on the prevention of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, international standards, principles of responsibility and the improvement of prosecutorial control over the implementation of anti-torture legislation.
In addition, the role of prosecutorial oversight in the prevention of torture is based on the views of legal scholars and practitioners, as well as appeals to the prosecutor's office by the Prosecutor General's Office about illegal actions by law enforcement officers and torture by the Supreme Court. Information on criminal cases on torture is provided.
The author may provide law enforcement personnel with relevant training materials and information on the prevention of torture and the improvement of prosecutorial oversight of the fight against torture, and may respond to interrogations or treatment of persons arrested, detained or detained in any form. It is necessary to organize training courses for those who have. Study the requirements of international law, in particular the introduction of special training programs for law enforcement officers, including prosecutors, including international standards for the prevention of torture, and the use of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. It is necessary to immediately initiate a criminal case when the signs of a crime are clearly visible, and to ensure that preliminary investigative actions are carried out by the investigation networks of the provinces and the prosecutor's office equated to them.