The officer of detention is empowered to use the same authorities towards the convict under the impact of drugs as the probation officer in case of reasonable doubt or other grounds. The detention officer shall force the convict to pass the relevant tests except the cases for health purpose. This is the change to the law on Non-imprisonment Penalty Enforcement Rule and Probation. The Committee considered the norm inexpedient. The Committee supported the principles of the draft though elaborated the recommendations for the Government. The change is to be adopted to the Code of Administrative Offenses providing authority for the employee of the internal inspection agency of the Probation and Legal Aid Ministry to detain the administrative offender (employee of the system of the Ministry) in case solely if the offense is committed by the employees of the same system. The procedures are set for entry the premise under usage of Ministry, due to which the law-enforcement officers fail to conduct prompt respond to the fact. Delay in response facilitates to destruction of the evidences. The Committee considered the change to the law on Terms and Fees for Service by the Service Agency at the LEPL – Ministry of Internal Affairs, deriving from the Resolution N 278 of April 8, 2014 of the Government “On Endorsement of the Registration Numbers, Internal Transfer, Transfer Numbers and Test Numbers for the Transport Means. The change is to be adopted to the laws on Patients’ Rights and on Police with the I reading introduced by Guguli Magradze. The aim is to enhancement of rights of the victims and legal mechanisms to protect their interests in case of domestic violence. The Committee considered and supported with the III reading the changes to the Criminal Code of Practice without editorial remarks.