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Andreeva L. A.

A comprehensive forensic examination of legal acts in criminal proceedings // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 6-11.

 The article analyzes the issues of legal expertise using special legal knowledge. The author makes a conclusion about the complex nature of judicial examination of legal acts.

forensic examination, complex examination, legal examination, special knowledge
Artemyev A.B.

About independent evaluation (examination) the degree of protection of objects against security threats to their functioning and optimization of legislation in the field of safety // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 12-22.

 In the article the issues of safety of functioning of objects belonging to the right of ownership of commercial and non-commercial organizations of various organizational-legal forms and private persons. The author concludes that it is necessary to codify the security legislation, as well as to expand the possibilities of using specialized organizations, not only in the field of assessing the vulnerability of objects, but also in the organization of security systems at the facilities.

security, legislation of security, security’s objects, estimation of the degree of protection
Bondarenko R. V.

The role and tasks of palaeography in Arabic writing // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 23-28.

 In the article in the historical excursus examines the opportunities, achievements and methods of palaeography in studying the Arabic script.

paleography, Arabic writing, methods of paleography
Golikova V.V.

The subject, object and tasks of forensic accounting expertise // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 29-36.

 The Author makes an attempt to analyze the theoretical foundations of forensic accounting expertise. The subjects, possible objects and solved tasks of the specified type of judicial examination are defined.

judicial accounting expertise, expertise, expertise, task expertise
Dronova O. B.

A theoretical approach to the concept of research in the consumer goods // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 37-41.

 The article analyzes the etymology of the term "research", its essence in relation to the areas of activity. The author considers the goals of consumer goods research and formulates the main characteristics of the consumer goods research process.

research, expertise, consumer goods
Zhuravleva O. S.

Of issues arising in the identification of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 42-45.

 A comparative study of objects seized at the scene in order to establish the source of their origin or belonging of the studied objects to a single mass is relevant. Raising the question of the development of identification methods for the study of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, the author cites the requirements for such methods, and also formulates the structural elements that should find a place in the guidelines.

research of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, forensic examination, methodology of forensic examination
Okhlupina A. N.

To the question about the problems of feature extraction in the expert review process signatures using intelligent systems // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 46-50.

 The Author raises the question of the problems of identifying signs of signatures in the process of their expert research, including the use of intelligent systems in the study. The conclusion about the necessity of using a formalized approach to the selection of characteristic signatures that will contribute to the elimination of subjectivity.

handwriting examination, the expert examination of handwriting, ways of protection of the signature against forgery, the signs of the signature
Smirnov D. V.

Modern possibilities of exploring the component structure of the paper the purposes of the proceedings // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 51-57.

 The article considers the possibility of studying the component composition of paper for compliance with the requirements of normative documents regulating technological parameters on the basis of the spectral method, as well as methods of colorimetry, fluorescent analysis, x-ray structural and x-ray spectral analysis.

the study of the component composition of the paper, the study of documents, forensic examination
Barinov S. V.

Investigating the situation of the initial stage of the investigation of criminal violations of privacy and basic directions for their resolution // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 58-62.

 The article deals with the main problems associated with the construction of investigative versions and the issues of identifying the suspect in the Commission of crimes that violate the privacy.   

investigative situation, investigative version, privacy
Panina N.A.

Legal liability of the administrators "groups of death» // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 63-69.

 The article discusses the features of criminal liability for acts related to incitement to suicide, inducement to commit suicide, organization of activities aimed at encouraging suicide by involving adolescents in the Internet community.

criminal liability, incitement to suicide, computer technical expertise
Rakhmatullin R.R.

Modern problems of overcoming of counteraction to investigation of crimes and trials // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 70-76.

 The article deals with the issues of forensic tactics of eliminating obstruction of the investigation of crimes and the consideration of criminal cases in court proceedings. The author identifies the need for the development and active use of forensic trial methods used by the public prosecutor and the court.

forensic tactics, forensic trial methodology, crime investigation
Sergievsky D.A, Panfilova Z.Yu.

The use of the olfactory method in the disclosure and investigation of crimes in Russia and abroad // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 77-81.

 The authors investigate the possibility of using the olfactory method in operational-search activity, especially domestic and foreign expert methods of human identification by scent traces.

olfactory method, forensic examination, human identification
Uskov I.N., Solodova T.A.

The value of the information about the origin and development of the U.S. currency to assign it to the object of theft // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 82-87.

 The article investigates the concept and genesis of the term "us currency" in retrospect and analyzes the meaning of this term to distinguish objects with obvious signs of difference from genuine cash tickets.

the subject of theft, currency, forensic examination
Khlus A.M.

Typical investigated situations and program of the investigation of legalization (“washing”) of remedies received by criminal way // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 88-95.

 The article examines the tactics of investigating typical investigative situations arising from the legalization (“laundering”) of criminal proceeds, and analyzes various types of investigative situations.

criminalistics tactics, legalization of funds obtained by criminal means
Kolesnikova N.S.

Some ethical issues in forensic activities // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P. 96-99.

 From the point of view of professional ethics, the author considers some significant problems of organizing expert activities, the appointment and production of forensic examinations: the quality of expert services, bringing an expert to administrative responsibility, and others. It is concluded that the development of professional ethics of the subjects of forensic ethics will allow to overcome the considered problems.

forensic examination, expert, expert responsibility, forensic expert activity, forensic ethics
Grigorovich V.L.

The role of practical training of training in teaching criminalistic disciplines // Bulletin of criminalistics. — 2018. — №2 (66). — P.100-105.

 The article analyzes the possible directions of improving the quality of training of students due to the practical orientation of the educational process when teaching the discipline "Criminalistics". The author makes a conclusion about the possibility of obtaining and securing practical skills to identify, fix and remove traces when performing tasks of forensic workshops, when students work in practical classes, with participation in exercises.

criminalistics, identification, fixation and removal of traces, training
Ivanova E.S.


 The article provides an overview of the International Conference "Forensic Examination: Past, Present and Looking to the Future", held at St. Petersburg University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia on May 17-18, 2018, outlines the main provisions of the reports of the conference participants.

St. Petersburg University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, department of forensic examinations and studies, forensic examinations, forensic conference, review
Ivanova E.V.

The All-Russian scientific and practical conference with international participation

 Overview of the Round Table  The All-Russian scientific and practical conference with international participation "Forensic expertise and forensics: from theory to practice"

conference, review

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