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A review on police enforcement law relating to school safety

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2011, 53(), pp.211-234
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

WON JUNG KIM 1

1청주대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

Those who are taught involving elementary education are guaranteed by the constitution the right to learn freely that is specified on primary law of education. The third article of the law stipulates that all of the national people have the right to receive education appropriate to their aptitudes and capabilities throughout their whole lives. In addition to it, the ninth article clarifies the learning by schools by defining ‘school education’ that schools should exist for the people to get from infant to high education. So, it guarantees the learning right to be educated, and regulates general elementary and middle education to be taught by schools. The nation and its local self-governing community have responsibilities for the education of the people, so they should make efforts to make sure their education, because all of the national people have the right of being educated. In order for the education to be done properly it needs to make a safe school society. so, the government including local self-governing community should attempt to be suitable for the ideas of the constitution and primary law of education by eliminating various types of crimes and violent behaviors occurring within schools so that students could devote themselves to learning by recognizing that schools are safe. The law enforcement by the police should be done to a minimum for school safety. Particularly, it should be enforced without violating school primary law as well as based on official duty law of the police. Thus, this study investigated the realities and suggests reform measures about how police enforcement law should be performed on the side of legal principles and policy relating to safety accidents taking place within schools.

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