Odmowa przyznania świadczenia motywacyjnego w sytuacji wszczęcia postępowania karnego przeciwko funkcjonariuszowi Policji
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Police
police officer
service
incentive benefits
criminal pro ceedings

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Gacek, P. . (2021). Odmowa przyznania świadczenia motywacyjnego w sytuacji wszczęcia postępowania karnego przeciwko funkcjonariuszowi Policji. Studia Prawa Publicznego, (2(34), 65–85. https://doi.org/10.14746/spp.2021.2.34.2

Abstrakt

On October 1st 2020, a new institution was introduced to the Act on the Police – the incentive benefit. It is intended by the legislature to keep officers with at least 25 years active service. Awarding this benefit depends on the period of service held by the officer. The regulation relating to the incentive benefit also provides for a number of negative premises, the materialization of which results in the refusal to grant the benefit. This article is entirely devoted to the issue related to the refusal to grant an incentive benefit in the cause of initiating criminal proceedings against a Police officer. It was therefore necessary to indicate at what point the stage of criminal proceedings changes from in rem to ad personam, because this results in initiating them against a specific person. The change in the stage of criminal proceedings depends on the offence it concerns. If it is a public prosecution offense, the change takes place in connection with the presentation of charges to the specific person. However, in the context of Art. 120a (7) (2) Act on the Police, the initiation of criminal proceedings against a specific person should be equated with the very fact of drawing up a decision on the presentation of charges. However, it is different in the situation specified in Art. 55 § 1 of The Code of Criminal Procedure, or in proceedings in cases prosecuted by private prosecution. The mere submitting of a subsidiary indictment, private indictment or complaint results in the initiation of proceedings against a specific person, provided that they have been submitted effectively. It was also emphasized that the administrative authority is bound by decisions undertaken in the criminal proceedings and cannot make any independent determinations in this regard, as it cannot interfere with the competences reserved to another entity.

https://doi.org/10.14746/spp.2021.2.34.2
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