The police and criminal procedure
Gritsaev S.I., Stepanenko S.G., Shevel' D.V. —
Organization of crime investigation using modern technologies
// Police and Investigative Activity.
– 2022. – № 3.
– P. 1 - 7.
DOI: 10.25136/2409-7810.2022.3.38479 EDN: COXNEC URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=38479
The object of research of this scientific article is crimes committed on the Internet or using it, as well as the activities of law enforcement agencies to investigate and disclose them. The subject of the study is the regularities of the mechanism of crimes committed using the Internet and the regularities of the activities of law enforcement agencies to organize the investigation of those crimes. The purpose of the scientific article is to identify the capacities of digital technologies for the identification, search and identification of persons who have committed crimes on the Internet. At the same time, attention is paid to the creation of search records for "images of persons captured on photo and video files containing illegal content" in the Federal Criminal Information Bank and the use of advances in digital identification and other innovations in the field of IT technologies in the investigation of crimes. Modern processes of globalization and digitalization require the development and introduction of new opportunities in the identification, search and prosecution of persons who have committed illegal acts, including crimes, on the Internet or using it. The practical significance of the conducted research is to increase the effectiveness of the organization of the identification of persons who have committed crimes on the Internet. The methodology of the conducted research is determined by its purpose and objectives. It is based on a systematic approach to the study of the identification of the person who committed the crime using digital technologies. The research methodology used when writing a scientific article was implemented using the following methods: structural and substantive analysis of scientific papers devoted to the topic of this study; logical (when presenting all the material, formulating conclusions, suggestions and recommendations); comparative legal (when analyzing the norms of criminal procedure legislation, regulatory legal acts) and other research methods.
illegal content, investigative accounting, operational worker, identification, information and communication technologies, organizational and preparatory activities, criminal content, organization of the investigation, The Internet, reporting a crime