Carmela Rosalía Romero Luján, Gerardo Francisco Ludeña González, Nilton Isaias Cueva Quezada

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.1781-1785

The objective of the study was to analyze how the freedom of work of police personnel who are in charge of pending disciplinary administrative processes is violated. The design used was qualitative and descriptive in scope. The sample is made up of data from the indexed journals Scielo, Redalyc, Dialnet and Proquest, the technique is the materialized compilation corresponding to the variables vulnerability to labor freedom and disciplinary administrative procedures in the National Police of Peru. In the same way, the review of the scientific production that has been published within the last five years that is available for free download was carried out, filtering the keywords “freedom to work”, “disciplinary administrative procedure”, “fundamental rights” , “labor rights”, “limitation of rights”. As a result of the present investigation, it is evident that the current regulations of the PNP in terms of freedom of work limit the police officers to go to the situation of retirement upon request, when they are subject to an administrative sanction procedure for infractions. very serious Serious to the PNP Disciplinary Regime Law. Concluding that said Law collides and precedes the Political Constitution of Peru in the end of the right to freedom of work.

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