The Relatively Centralized Administrative Penalty System is a pioneering move in the process of administrative systems reform in China, and it has been taken into use for urban management and law enforcement in Beijing since 1996, now it has been a process of more than 20 years. The system aims at solving problems such as functions & powers overlapping and repeated law enforcement, which is of great value for cutting down the cost and improving the efficiency of law enforcement. However, problems occurred in the carrying out of the system, which have led to constant skepticism. In this article, there are probes and discussions about the rooted theory and improvement measures for Relatively Centralized Administrative Penalty System, and the author tries to probe into the legal basis of the system from the following two aspects: rooted theory, the current law's provisions, and the necessity for practice. Based on the problems occurred in the practice of Relatively Centralized Administrative Penalty System, this article provides proposals for improvement, so as to provide theory support for putting the law enforcement system in order, and for raising the urban management level.
Keywords: Relatively Centralized Administrative Penalty;Rooted Theory;System Construction