Investigation of Crimes Committed By Members of Youth Informal Groups

Keywords: investigation, crime, youth, informal group, version, special issues.

Abstract

The deterioration of the criminal situation in Ukraine makes it necessary to intensify the work of law enforcement agencies to combat crime. In particular, there is a need to improve the investigation methods of certain types of crimes. This category of crimes includes crimes committed by members of youth informal groups.The object of the study was public relations in the field of investigation of crimes committed by members of youth informal groups. As a result of the study, the features of proposing a version of the involvement of members of a youth informal group in criminal activity are considered. Initial investigative (search) actions are determined, which serve as the basis for verifying the indicated version. When working on the article, special literature was analyzed devoted to the study of various aspects of the activities of youth informal groups, criminal associations, the fight against crime, the investigation of group crimes, etc.In addition, such scientific methods as observation, analysis, synthesis, and generalization were used. The authors used a combination of methods of scientific knowledge, which together allowed them to achieve the stated results of the study. Among other, the methods of analysis, synthesis, extrapolation, generalization method were used.The empirical basis of the study was the materials of the investigation of crimes committed by members of youth informal groups and associations.

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Author Biographies

Mikhail Larkin, Zaporizhzhia National University.

Ph. D., Associate Professor of Department of Criminal Law and Justice of Zaporizhzhia National University.

Olexandr Dudorov, Luhansk State University of Internal Affairs named after E.A. Didorenko.

Doctor of Legal Science, Associate Professor, Head of Research Laboratory on Crime Prevention, Termination and Investigation by Territorial Authorities of the National Police of Ukraine of Luhansk State University of Internal Affairs named after E.A. Didorenko.

Yuliia Pyrozhkova, Zaporizhzhia National University.

Doctor of Legal Science, Associate Professor, Head of Department of Criminal Law and Justice of Zaporizhzhia National University.

Kateryna Dudorova, Berdyansk State Pedagogical University.

Ph. D., Associate Professor, Department of Legal Science of Berdyansk State Pedagogical University.

Alina Biryukova, Academy of Advocacy of Ukraine.

Doctor of Legal Science., Associate Professor, vice-rector of Academy of Advocacy of Ukraine.

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Published
2020-05-18
How to Cite
Larkin, M., Dudorov, O., Pyrozhkova, Y., Dudorova, K., & Biryukova, A. (2020). Investigation of Crimes Committed By Members of Youth Informal Groups. Amazonia Investiga, 9(29), 282-287. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2020.29.05.32
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