Anatoly M. Skrynnik - Candidate of Economic Sciences, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA); Member of the International Maritime Law Association
Abstract. There has been conducted a brief legal analysis of transport security enforcement in the context of naval training of civil ships’ crews. There has been presented a genesis of the establishment and activities of the institute of captain-instructors for naval training of civil ships’ crews in the system of state management of maritime economic activity in the USSR and the Russian Federation. There has been established a role and importance of naval training of civil ships’ crews to enforce navigation security in wartime and during the current armed conflicts. There has been indicated a place of naval training of civil ships’ crews in the system of transport security enforcement. Based on the study results, there has been drawn a brief conclusion on the introduction of naval training of civil ships’ crews in the overall system for enforcing transport security, as well as on the necessity to establish close interaction between the services for enforcing transport security of the services of seaport captains with the appropriate forces and means of the Navy, the maritime border service of the FSB of Russia and the maritime service of the Russian Guard.
Keywords: transport security enforcement; transport security service; enforcing navigation security during armed conflicts; naval training of civil ships’ crews; captain-instructor for naval training; maritime economic activity; captain of a sea vessel; seaport captain.
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