Human Rights in The Face of the Authorities of Criminal Control

حقوق الإنسان في مواجهة سلطات الضبط الجنائي : دراسة مقارنة / تأليف ياسر حسن كلزي.

كلزي، ياسر حسن ; Yasser Hassan Kelsey (2007)


Criminal Legislation aims with both its substantive and procedural parts – to make a balance between protecting the public interest that affect the community’s entity, and between the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals. From the moment the crime happens, two interests conflict: The interests of the individuals in protecting their fundamental rights in their private lives like their secrets, privacy of their homes, property, personal freedom, safety from torture, and the inhumanity treatment from the other side. And the interest of the community in guaranteeing its rights to punish who make the crime, and disturbs its security from another side. This study aims to see how much the Criminal Investigation Service adheres to the restrictions placed upon it when it is doing its job, and the authorities granted to it by law, and the availability of guarantees to insure that no prejudice to the personal freedom, and private life, only in minimal, and how much it cares for the human rights imposed by the advertising, the international agreements, countries’ constitutions and its laws. The book of this study contains four chapters. 1st chapter displays the criminal protection for human rights in the Islamic law, treaties, and international agreements. 2nd chapter displays the criminal control in the systems and the laws of the Arabic criminal procedures. 3rd chapter displays the human rights and the authority of the criminal control in the arrest process. Last, 4th chapter displays the human rights and the authority of the criminal control in the inspection process.