National Child Protection Inspection Rules

Original Language Title: Valsts bērnu tiesību aizsardzības inspekcijas nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 898, Riga 2005 29 November (pr. No 70 51) national child protection inspection regulations Issued pursuant to the public administration Act, article 16 of the equipment the first part i. General question 1. National Child Protection Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspectorate) is a children's and Family Affairs in direct supervision of the managing authority, ensuring compliance with the laws and the supervision and control of the children's rights protection.
II. Inspection functions, tasks and rights 2. inspections shall have the following functions: 2.1 to monitor and control the child protection law and other protection of the rights of the child of regulatory compliance laws;
2.2. to analyze the situation of the rights of the child;
2.3. to ensure confidence in the performance of the rights of the child;
2.4. to make recommendations to State and local authorities and other information on the no to ensure and enhance the protection of the rights of the child;
2.5. to cooperate with State and local officials, as well as non-governmental organizations for the rights of the child;
2.6. other child protection laws governing certain functions.
3. in order to carry out certain functions, according to the competence of the Inspectorate performs the following tasks: 3.1 on the basis of the individual, the State or local government institution submitted complaints or on its own initiative, examine any State or municipal institutions, non-governmental organisations or other natural or legal persons operating child protection laws and draw up inspection on inspection findings;
3.2. on the basis of the inspection results, provide recommendations for the prevention of abuse;
3.3. provides administrative infringement proceedings;
3.4. organise inspection officer, trust the operating personnel and ensuring the rights of children in municipal specialist training;
3.5. provide advice and psychological support to children in crisis situations;
3.6. collect statistical information and information derived from the results of the checks on children's rights and provide proposals for children and Family Affairs Ministry to improve the situation;
3.7. inform the public about the activities of the inspection, the rights and obligations of the child and other topical issues of the rights of the child;
3.8. cooperate with foreign public administration institutions, international and non-governmental organizations, their representatives and experts;
3.9. develop and submit to the children and Family Affairs Ministry proposals for the development of the laws and the rights of children;
3.10. other Child protection law and the protection of the rights of the child the respect the laws regulating surveillance and control tasks.
4. in order to carry out certain tasks, the Inspectorate has the following rights: 4.1 legislation in order to request and receive, free of charge from the individuals, the State or local government authorities tasks that need the information;
4.2. the administrative offences code, to examine the cases provided for in the administrative offences and impose administrative penalties;
4.3. create an Advisory Board of experts on the rights of the child in the field of defence, attracting representatives of other institutions;
4.4. If necessary, inspection tasks call upon law enforcement institutions (such as the police) officers;
4.5. implementation of other child protection laws regulating specific rights.
III. Inspection rights and duties of inspectors 5. inspection the inspectors have the following rights: 5.1 require individuals, the State or local authorities to meet the laws and requirements associated with the provision of inspection functions;
5.2. on the basis of a complaint or on its own initiative, if necessary, by the staff of the police, to check any State or municipal institutions, non-governmental organisations or other natural or legal persons operating child protection laws, as well as to request and receive, free of charge from the said institutions, organizations and persons related information;
5.3. According to competence to draw up the minutes of administrative offences.
6. inspection, inspectors shall have the following responsibilities: 6.1., on its own initiative or to individuals, State or local government institution that the complaint is based on a check of State or municipal institutions, non-governmental organizations or other natural or legal person of the action for the rights of the child in the area of defence and it was a breach of the rights of the child to determine the nature and consequences of the infringement, as well as decide on illegal action (inaction), inform the relevant national regulatory authority the person or the public authorities, and to prepare materials to the competent authorities of the relevant decision, if it is found that officials were unaware of the law or the requirements of the law on the rights of the child;
6.2. on its own initiative or on the basis of the application of the test for infringement of the rights of the child, to request and receive from legal and physical persons in the written or oral explanations or other required information, invite, if necessary, law enforcement personnel, carry out procedural acts, such as audio or video. Finding a breach of the rights of the child, decide on illegal action (inaction), propose to resolve the identified deficiencies or to draw up a protocol of administrative offences in the laws or in the cases specified in the prepare and submit to the competent investigating authorities for prosecution of persons at the material statutory responsibility.
IV. Inspection structure and administration 7. inspection work led by the Chief of the inspection.
8. inspection of superior performing public administrative equipment Act direct authorities managerial functions.
9. the Chief of Inspection inspection consists of the internal organisational structure.
V. inspection activity ensuring the rule of law and reporting Inspection activities 10. the rule of law provide the inspection chiefs. Inspection Chief is responsible for the Authority's internal control and management decisions for the creation and operation of the system.
11. the inspector issued administrative provisions and actual action can be laid in the apstr inspection supervisor, the appropriate application. Inspection Chief's decisions can be appealed in court.
12. inspection Chief to succeed administrative provisions and actual action can be a challenge for children and Family Affairs Ministry. The children and Family Affairs Ministry's decision can be appealed in court.
13. the Chief of the inspection not less than annually submit to the child and Family Affairs overview and analysis of inspection functions, and the use of financial resources.
14. The children and Family Affairs has the right at any time to request a review of the inspection tasks, as well as on the activities of the Inspectorate.
VI. final question 15. Regulations shall enter into force by December 1, 2005.
Prime Minister, Health Minister g. Smith of children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 1 December 2005.