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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki
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im. Alcide De Gasperi
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Electronic surveillance- essence, practice, prospects
 
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This article is devoted to the new instance of criminal law, namely suppressing the freedom of a person using electronic surveillance. This article discusses the history of the development of criminal penalties, until today. In the context of lifestyle changes that have occurred in the era of postmodernism, this paper explains the etiology of a new form of suppression of freedom (electronic surveillance). Condemned person serving a sentence in the system of electronic surveillance is presented in the categories of a consumer with disability, whose disability is the result of surveillance of consumer activity. Because limiting the consumers’ freedom for homo consumerus is connected with the decline of the status and demoralization of essential consumer’s needs, it is proved that surveillance, as a cause of those problems, can have repressive character. The article also presents facts form history of using surveillance. A lot of information is connected with the analysis of research materials not published in Poland. This paper also presented research results over recidivism, as well as few reports concerning electronic surveillance among the juveniles. Article closes the discussion about the possibility of introducing electronic surveillance on the ground of existing juvenile welfare model in our country. Described in an outline psychological profile of an adolescent and problems connected with stigmatization deny the use of surveillance among the juvenile. This pessimistic vision is accompanied by the conclusion outlining urgent need of supplementing currently used educational and correctional methods with average power means.
 
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