This paper examines the international experience of regulation of criminal responsibility forpropaganda, planning, preparation, unleashing and conductingof aggressive war. On the basis of analysis of orders criminal legislation separate European and most post-Soviet countries the general and excellent lines of the normative regulation this question. Problematic issues and ways of their elimination are determined.
The article is devoted to the study of domestic violence issues from the criminal and
criminological point of view. It is noted that nowadays there is a need for a systematic analysis
of the sphere of family and household relations, since new criminologically significant factors
have emerged in this sphere, as well as those factors that have previously acted intensified,
which affected the quantitative and qualitative features of family-domestic relations. Provides
that the amendments to the Criminal code of Ukraine and the introduction of thus criminal
We study the question of criminal liability of legal persons for violation of privacy. The experience of foreign European Union Member States whose legislation contains the relevant rule. The conclusion about the feasibility of supplementing the list of crimes for which responsible legal person and a crime, criminal responsibility for which is stipulated in article 182 of the criminal
code of Ukraine. The author justifies his proposal by the fact that the human right to privacy is one of the fundamental rights provided for in international instruments.
The article deals with the types of liability applicable to juveniles. It analyzes the positive characteristics of community service as a form of punishment as well as ways of improving this form of punishment.
The article presents a study of the mechanism of legal regulation of cooperation of government (national and local) authorities and public institutions, within the limits of their functions shall exercise the powers aimed at helping those who have served criminal penalty in the first place - in the form of imprisonment.