Operational and investigative activities in places of imprisonment: new realities

Keywords: criminal punishment, operational and investigative activities, places of imprisonment, operative subdivisions, penitentiary institutions.

Abstract

One of the factors influencing the effectiveness of sustainable development of the society is the state of the organization of the fight against crime, which is an integral part of any community. The success of the models of influence on crime chosen by the state depends on: the structure and dynamics of criminal activity in society; the intensity of the processes of self-reproduction of crime; the extent of public involvement in illegal social practices; the impact of criminal structures on economic, and political processes. The purpose of the work is to analyze the nature and structure of operational and investigative activities in places of imprisonment. The research methodology: dialectical method; method of analysis; formal-logical methods; synthesis method; system-structural method; methods of induction and deduction; statistical methods; and method of scientific abstraction. As a result of the study, the authors of the article came to the conclusion that operational and investigative activities in places of imprisonment are specific activities that differ significantly from other areas of operational and investigative activities, and require serious theoretical consideration.

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Author Biographies

Serhii Yehorov, Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Ph.D., Head of the Department of operative investigative activity of Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Taras Shchurat, Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Department of operative investigative activity of Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Yevgen Polyakov, Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine. 

Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Department of operative investigative activity of Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine. 

Dmytro Tsekhan, National University «Odesa Law Academy», Ukraine.

Ph.D., Associate Professor of Department of Criminology and Criminal Enforcement Law of National University «Odesa Law Academy», Ukraine.

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Published
2021-05-31
How to Cite
Yehorov, S., Shchurat, T., Polyakov, Y., & Tsekhan, D. (2021). Operational and investigative activities in places of imprisonment: new realities. Amazonia Investiga, 10(40), 201-211. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2021.40.04.20
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