Yashin Andrey Vladimirovich, Doctor of juridical sciences, associate professor, professor of the sub-department of law enforcement, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), E-mail: email@example.com
Background. Murder and heavy injury threats are quite common socially dangerous acts in Russia. Legislative regulation of these criminal attacks serves as one of the means of preventing serious and especially serious crimes against the person. However, judicial and investigative practice shows that there are certain problems in their detection and investigation, which prevents the implementation of the principle of inevitability of criminal responsibility in full. The purpose of the work is to suggest the most effective areas of activity of the police to identify and investigate crimes of this category.
Materials and methods. The article uses domestic normative legal acts regulating the issues of qualification, detection and investigation of murder and heavy injury threats, as well as a wide range of scientific papers on the problem under study. The methodological basis was the universal dialectical method of knowledge. In addition, methods of analysis and synthesis, deduction and induction were implemented.
Results. The analysis of official statistical indicators on the considered crimes is carried out. The author studies the shortcomings of law enforcement activities to identify and investigate murder and heavy injury threats.
Conclusions. Based on the results obtained, recommendations for improving the activities of the police aimed at identifying and investigating the considered socially dangerous acts are proposed.
crime, murder and heavy injury threats, detection of crimes, investigation of crimes, police authorities, district police Commissioner, investigator
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