COMBATING CRIMES AGAINST ILLEGAL TRANSFERS OF PERSONS ACROSS THE STATE BORDER

Andris Salcevičs

Abstract


The refugee crisis has been a problem in Europe in recent years. Solutions are being sought to tackle this crisis. In order to migration control, it is important: breaking up the network of traffickers, protecting the border and disrupting the flow of migrants. Criminal liability is provided for the illegal transfer of persons across the State border in the Republic of Latvia. According to the author, the intentional illegal crossing of the State border and the illegal transfer of persons across the State border are closely linked criminal offences, as in most cases a person has been found to have crossed the State border illegally by illegally moving other persons across the State border, and the person becomes responsible not only under the Criminal Law 285.Article, but also in accordance with Article 284 of the Criminal Law. Criminal liability is proved for the illegal transfer of persons across the State border in the Republic of Latvia.

Keywords


border; crimes; illegal migration; illegal transfer; State Border Guard

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17770/iss2019.5292

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