The Problems of Prevention of Socially Undesirable Behaviour


Armed forces, civilian employees, are extremely exposed to unwanted effects of socially undesirable behaviour, as they live and meet their assignments under difficult conditions, e.g. in mission abroad, separated from their relatives, spouses, wives. The best deterrence against socially undesirable behaviour is its prevention. Legally this problem is defined in the Defence Minister Order No 53/2010, The Prevention of Socially Undesirable Behaviour. According to the author M. Hrbata, Deputy Defence Minister for Personnel, we must deal with this problem in a multidisciplinary manner, in the frame of effective organizational structure, run by competent commanders, chiefs, directors, with natural authority.

Ing. Michael Hrbata, MPA, born in 1971. He is graduate of the Military College of the Land Forces in Vyškov, (1989-1993), CEVRO Institute in Prague (political science, public administration, Master of Public Administration). He acted as the commercial director of a private construction company Lawstav, s.r.o. (1994-2001) and the managing director of company PAREA, s.r.o. (2001-2010). I the period of 2006-2010 he was a member of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. In 2010, he was appointed to post Deputy Minister of Defense, responsible for human resources, military education and military sport. He is currently a Rector Deputy of the University of Defense for investment development and he is studding the doctoral studies at the Police Academy in Prague.

Country: Czech Republic


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