Combating political crimes committed by members of informal youth groups
In modern conditions of the development of public relations and political life, criminal activity in Ukraine is changing and transforming. In such transformational conditions, the commission of political crimes by members of informal youth groups is becoming more widespread. Given the above, the need to analyze political crimes committed by members of informal youth groups, methods, and means of combating such crimes, including foreign positive experience, becomes especially relevant. The work aims to analyze the means and methods of combating political crimes committed by members of such groups. The object of the research is the fight against political crimes committed by members of informal youth groups. The subject of the study is the social relations that arise, change, and end during the fight against political crimes committed by members of these groups. The research methodology is a set of different scientific methods, including observation, analysis, synthesis, extrapolation, generalization, comparison, dialectical method. The empirical basis of the study was the materials of the investigation of crimes committed by members of informal youth groups. As a result of the study, some issues of combating political crimes committed by members of informal youth groups were considered. Three main reasons for the participation of informal youth groups in political confrontations are highlighted, and certain issues of investigation of this type of criminal activity are considered.
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