Eismo įvykių kriminalistinė charakteristika ir jos reikšmė eismo įvykių prevencijai

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Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Eismo įvykių kriminalistinė charakteristika ir jos reikšmė eismo įvykių prevencijai
Alternative Title:
Criminal characterisation of road accidents and its importance for prevention of road accidents
In the Journal:
Verslo ir teisės aktualijos [Current issues of business and law]. 2009, t. 4, p. 185-207
Keywords:
LT
Eismo įvykiai; Eismo įvykių prevencija; Kelių eismo įvykiai; Kriminalistinė charakteristika; Priemonės.
EN
Criminal characteristics; Means; Traffic accidents; Traffic accidents, prevention of traffic accidents, road safety.
Summary / Abstract:

LTKeliuose daugėjant automobilių ir kitų transporto priemonių, o kelių tinklui beveik nesiplečiant, didėja eismo intensyvumas, auga eismo nelaimių, juose žuvusiųjų ir sužeistųjų skaičius. Europos Komisijos duomenimis Lietuvos vairuotojai vairuoja pavojingiausiai Europoje. Didėjantis avaringumas, žūstančiųjų skaičius pasiekė tokią ribą, kurios nebegalima toleruoti. Saugaus kelių eismo problemą galima išspręsti tik tuomet, kai ji sprendžiama visais valstybės lygmenimis bei taikant įvairias teisines, administracines, inžinerines, švietėjiškas priemones. [Iš leidinio]

ENA growing number of cars in Lithuania have caused an increase in road accidents. The number of cars and other means of transportation and the intensity of road traffic are increasing, but the road network is not being expanded. All this explains the increase in the number of traffic accidents as well as deaths and casualties on the roads. The number of road deaths per one million inhabitants in Lithuania is the highest among Europe Union countries. Data collected by the European Commission indicate that Lithuanian drivers are the most dangerous in Europe. Road accidents and deaths have reached a point where they can no longer be tolerated. The degree of road safety depends mostly on the drivers. Generally most traffic offences result from mistakes caused by unlawful behavior and drivers' disrespectful behaviour in dangerous situations. The aim of this article is to define measures to increase road safety on the basis of an analysis of the criminal characteristics of road accidents. Several tasks are defined to achieve this aim: to analyze the manner of traffic accidents as criminal activities; to identify the main reasons of traffic accidents; and to analyze possible measures for increasing road safety. The problem of road safety can be solved if the parliament, the government, municipal authorities and all traffic participants take an active part in the educational process. [From the publication]

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1822-9530
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2017-11-11 14:21:51
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