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Title: Prawa osadzonych w praktyce penitencjarnej w świetle ustalonych porządków wewnętrznych jednostek penitencjarnych i ich konfrontacja z orzecznictwem ETPC
Other Titles: Prisoners’ Rights in Penitentiary Practice in the Light of the Internal Orders of Penitentiary Units and ECHR Jurisprudence
Authors: Jaworska-Wieloch, Anna
Sitarz, Olga
Keywords: rights of convicted persons; prison; detention centre; internal order
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Archiwum Kryminologii, T. 40 (2018), s. 459-493
Abstract: The purpose of this publication was to determine whether and to what extent the internal orders of selected penitentiary units allow in practice to exercise the rights and freedoms of persons detained in prisons and pre-trial detention centres. The paper uses a dogmatic method combined with an analysis of these orders set by prison directors, received either from these units or obtained from official websites. The research was carried out in several areas of detainees’ rights: availability of water and showers, availability of electricity in the cells, walking conditions and use of tobacco products during walks, organisation of visits, telephone contacts and Internet access, opportunities for engaging in religious practices and rites and having in the cell of religious and religious objects.
DOI: 10.7420/AK2018K
ISSN: 0066-6890
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