Last updated: April 15, 2020

Enforcement Authorities

Authorized Agency
Jurisdiction
Duty to Enforce

Ministry of Internal Affairs

All agencies (except medical and pharmaceutical, armed forces and penitentiaries); drivers of public transportation vehicles (except railway, water and air transport vehicles); and owners and individuals of/on railway, water and air transportation vehicles (except violations by an individual in a railway vehicle).
Yes
Analysis

The law specifies that the Ministry of Internal Affairs has the obligation to review specified administrative offenses and the ability to issue penalties. Their jurisdiction does not extend to medical and pharmaceutical facilities, armed forces, penitentiaries; drivers of railway, water and air transport vehicles; or violations by an individual in a railway vehicle.

Ministry of Defense

Drivers of transportation vehicles of the Ministry of Defense; active duty and reserve service members; armed forces facilities.
Yes
Analysis

The law specifies that the Ministry of Defense is obligated to review specified administrative offenses, including violations committed by drivers of transportation vehicles of the Ministry of Defense; violations committed by active duty and reserve service members; and violations committed in the facilities of the armed forces.

Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs

Medical and pharmaceutical facilities and their property
Yes
Analysis

The law specifies that the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs has the right to review specified administrative offenses, including those committed in medical and pharmaceutical facilities and their property.

Applicable railway agencies of Georgia

Railway transportation vehicles
Yes
Analysis

The law specifies that applicable railway agencies of Georgia have the obligation to review specified administrative offenses, including those violations taking place in railway transportation vehicles.

Captain of a port

Water transportation vehicles
No
Analysis

The law specifies that Captains of ports are not obligated but has “the right” to review specified administrative offenses, including those violations taking place in water transportation vehicles.