..

Sebastian Reinke

Privatisierung des Maßregelvollzugs nach §§ 63, 64 StGB, § 7 JGG und der Aufgaben nach §§ 81, 126a StPO

dargestellt am Beispiel des Brandenburger Modells



ISBN: 978-3-86956-101-1
322 pages
Release year 2011

20,50 

Although privatisation has been a main subject not only the legal-scientific debate during the last years and decades, the area of the privatisation of the hospital order treatment after §§ 63, 64 StGB, § 7 JGG and the duties after §§ 81, 126a StPO was neglected in this respect. Before the background of primarily fiscal considerations and the possibilities of an escape from the official”s right and the budgetary right, such areas get increasingly also in the point of view of the privatisation considerations which are added up to now of course to the area of state activity. The state gets on increasingly as a guarantee state which does not fulfil state duties any more own-handed, but for this of the achievement third helps himself. Up to now the hospital order treatment after §§ 63, 64 StGB and § 7 JGG as well as the accommodation to the observation of the culprit after § 81 StPO and the temporary accommodation after § 126a StPO were carried out by the state in the (state) land medical centres. On the legal basis § 36 paragraph 3 p. 2 and p. 5 BbgPsychKG, introduced in 2004, the State of Brandenburg developed a model to privatise the realisation of the called duties, and separated the land medical centres in 2006 from the land management. The author examines the constitutional-juridical admissibility of this privatisation plan in formal and material regard. A specific feature of the publication consists in it, that the work concrete statements to the arrangement of the control exception relation of the functional reservation after article 33 paragraphs 4 GG contains enough. There was not this up to now. Besides the author examines easy-legal borders for privatisations of the hospital order treatment after §§ 63, 64 StGB, § 7 JGG and the duties after §§ 81, 126a StPO as well as such privatisation borders which arise from international standards of human rights.

Sorry, this entry is only available in Deutsch. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language.

Although privatisation has been a main subject not only the legal-scientific debate during the last years and decades, the area of the privatisation of the hospital order treatment after §§ 63, 64 StGB, § 7 JGG and the duties after §§ 81, 126a StPO was neglected in this respect. Before the background of primarily fiscal considerations and the possibilities of an escape from the official”s right and the budgetary right, such areas get increasingly also in the point of view of the privatisation considerations which are added up to now of course to the area of state activity. The state gets on increasingly as a guarantee state which does not fulfil state duties any more own-handed, but for this of the achievement third helps himself. Up to now the hospital order treatment after §§ 63, 64 StGB and § 7 JGG as well as the accommodation to the observation of the culprit after § 81 StPO and the temporary accommodation after § 126a StPO were carried out by the state in the (state) land medical centres. On the legal basis § 36 paragraph 3 p. 2 and p. 5 BbgPsychKG, introduced in 2004, the State of Brandenburg developed a model to privatise the realisation of the called duties, and separated the land medical centres in 2006 from the land management. The author examines the constitutional-juridical admissibility of this privatisation plan in formal and material regard. A specific feature of the publication consists in it, that the work concrete statements to the arrangement of the control exception relation of the functional reservation after article 33 paragraphs 4 GG contains enough. There was not this up to now. Besides the author examines easy-legal borders for privatisations of the hospital order treatment after §§ 63, 64 StGB, § 7 JGG and the duties after §§ 81, 126a StPO as well as such privatisation borders which arise from international standards of human rights.