UDC 343.211:502.2] (497.11)
Biblid: 1451-3188, 11 (2012)
Vol. 12, No 41, pp. 330-350
DOI:

Оriginal article
Received: 01 Jan 1970
Accepted: 01 Jan 1970

PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT IN SECONDARY SERBIAN CRIMINAL LEGISLATION

Jovašević Dragan (Правни факултет Универзитета у Нишу), jovashana@ptt.rs

People harm, destroy, damage, pollute and imperil environment their various activities. That is a consequence of conscious neglect or non-implementation of the rule, technical guidelines and standards in management of various dangerous sources of energy and raw materials, or management or other ways of dealing with dangerous appliances. Such neglect or mismanagement create an environment with various kinds, ranges and dimensions of risks and accidents which encompass a certain location and everything that happens to exist within the range of the zone of the possible devastating effects. Such activities of individuals, groups, even some states represent prohibited, forbidden, culpable and it is the word on prohibited activities in the field of management, preservation, improvement and protection of the people’s life and working environment regardless of the range of the location, all these kinds of criminal acts could be labeled as ecological delicts. There are several kinds of ecological delicts and their classification depends on the range and intensity of their consequences on the environment, also they depend on the activities in question, the characteristics of the offending act and legal and sub-legal norms and regulations of general character and the types of prescribed penalties for the ecological criminal acts (basic and secundary). In this papet author has analyzed theoretical and practical forms of ecological criminal acts from secundary law.

Keywords: Environment, code, illegal, delict, criminal act, secondary law, responsibility, penalty, court