As an Issue: What Determines that Citizens Feel Safe in Their Country




secure law, law, political system, administration, law enforcement


A safe state is a well and clearly organized state. A state in which all citizens are guaranteed a stable existence and have a sense of confidence in their own development. Achieving this status is conditioned by legal provisions, which are the basic instrument for regulating and determining the desired social relations. The key role belongs to the functioning of the lower-level administration, which – as the author claims – cannot be blamed for the way the law is applied, within which limits and in which it is to operate. The use (lawmaking) of the law depends on the political parties sitting in parliament and creating the composition of the executive (the government comes from parliament), and their representation (members of parliament) – on our civic involvement in the election.


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Author Biography

Jacek Zieliński, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczo-Humanistyczny w Siedlcach, Wydział Humanistyczny

associate professor, university professor, Institute of Social Sciences and Security, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities.



How to Cite

Zieliński, J. (2019). As an Issue: What Determines that Citizens Feel Safe in Their Country. De Securitate Et Defensione. O Bezpieczeństwie I Obronności, 5(1), 96–112.