Scholars International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice (SIJLCJ) | Volume-2-Issue-08
Original Research Article
Aug. 23, 2019
Selected Problems of Forensic Psychiatry: Polish Perspective
Dr. Błażej Kmieciak
Page Numbers : Sch Int J Law Crime Justice, 2019; 2(8): 256-259
DOI : 10.21276/sijlcj.2019.2.8.1
Summary: Mental health protection is a special area of interest for lawyers, ethicists and doctors. He directly refers to such special topics as: compulsory treatment of the patient, use of direct coercion towards the sick person and incapacitation. Psychiatry is inevitably combined in its activities with the law. When undertaking forced actions, it is necessary to analyze the patient's situation. This analysis applies not only to the health sphere. It also refers to the assessment of the level of respect for human rights. The law on mental health protection has been in force in Poland for 25 years. The indicated act was changed several times. These activities were aimed at increasing the level of protection of human rights. Over the past months, unanswered questions and challenges have emerged. They concern the situation of people leaving prison. In the last months, it turned out that the Polish system of mental health protection does not take into account the situation of former prisoners. Is it possible to force a given person to heal? How to deal with a situation in which a person leaving a prison does not want to be treated psychiatrically? What to do if the person is in danger? The presented article aims to show important gaps in the Polish system of forensic psychiatry. A new draft of changes to Polish law will also be shown. It concerns the situation of people leaving prison: those who have been diagnosed with mental disorders. It will be subjected to a preliminary analysis.
Original Research Article
Aug. 29, 2019
Environmental Impact Analysis of Sugar Mills in Kwala Madu under Law Number 32 of 2009 on Environmental Preservation and Management
Page Numbers : Sch Int J Law Crime Justice, 2019; 2(8): 260-262
DOI : 10.21276/sijlcj.2019.2.8.2
Environmental Management (UKL) and Environmental Monitoring (UPL) efforts are specific to each type of business or activity associated with its impact. Therefore, the technical guidelines of UKL and UPL are set by agencies responsible for sectoral activities that are directly related to the technical activities of the business concerned. The sugar Mill in Kwala Madu is one of the factories of PT Perkebunan Nusantara II, where is located in the village of Kwala Begumit, Stabat Sub-District, Langkat Regency. Mill production produces white and hatched crystalline sugar. In July 2018, it was a period of repair and service of Mill machines which will be re-operated in the 2019 milling year. After the overhauled, Mill's operations are expected to produce much production than before. The research method used is the normative jurisprudence by analyzing legal materials through literature study. The present study is expected to obtain a detailed and systematic overview of the problem. The sugar Mill at Kwala Madu is a sugar Mill located in North Sumatra. Kwala Madu sugar Mill is operated once a year after the cane harvest. In drafting the Environmental Impact Analysis study, the initiator can ask the consultant to compile the Environmental Impact Analysis document.