Организационно-правовые основы взаимодействия полиции и населения Российской Империи в период правления Императора Александра I (1801–1825 гг.)
Implementation of a permanent police function has become an urgent necessity in the XVIII century for the Russian Empire, this trend continued in the XIX century. In this article the author has set a goal to consider the organizational and legal bases of interaction of the police and the population laid down in the period of formation and development of absolutism in Russia, in the era of the reign of Emperor Alexander I. The contents of this article help us to reveal the major milestones in the development of law enforcement in the socio-political context of the formative period of the absolute monarchy in the Russian Empire. The basis of this study is an analysis of the legislation and regulations adopted from 1801 to 1805 as well as the modern historical and legal research. The legislation in the course of the reforms of Alexander I changed not only a regular police force in Russia, but the features of its interaction with the public. However, the board of each of the subsequent Russian emperors has different effects on the very structure of law enforcement, its functioning and bases of the interaction with the public.