StatusThe thesis was presented on the 25 February, 2022 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.
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ThesisCZU 343.9:343.352 (043.3)
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Thesis structure: Introduction; 3 chapters, general conclusions and recommendations; bibliography of 198 titles; 9 figures, 174 pages of basic text, one attachment; the statement on taking responsibility; Author's CV. The results obtained are published in 10 scientific papers.
The purpose of the paper is theoretical and applied substantiation and conceptualization of analytical activities in investigating corruption offenses, establishing the techniques, types and forms of crime analysis in investigating and preventing corruption.
Research objectives: identifying doctrinal approaches, researching the notions and legal nature of analytical activities in preventing and combating corruption offenses; determining the elements of the forensic characteristics and the forensic model of corruption offenses and the significance of these elements in crime analysis; research of the approaches to anti-corruption tools; identifying methods, types and forms of corruption analysis; identifying the sources of information, software applications, analytical approaches and analytical products in corruption investigation; formulating conclusions and recommendations aimed at optimizing and improving the regulatory framework in the researched subject.
Novelty and scientific originality of the research is determined by the fact that it involves a first attempt to conduct a thorough investigation of the theoretical and practical concept of analytical activity in corruption prevention and investigation. The scientific novelty of the research is determined through: revealing the essence of the analytical activity in the investigation of offenses; the analysis of notions and practices of criminal analysis, establishing the legal nature of the analytical activity; defining the elements of forensic characteristics and forensic model corruption offenses in the context of criminal intelligence analysis; establishing experience in creating tools for preventing and combating corruption offenses; clarifying the role of analytical activity as an anti-corruption tool; identifying the established methods and types of criminal intelligence analysis; establishing the sources of information and software applications in the analysis and investigation of corruption offenses; identifying algorithms, analytical products and their application value in the analysis of corruption information; identifying the development objectives of the analytical activity in the process of investigating corruption offenses.
The results obtained are outlined in the thesis principles promoted for defense and in solving an important scientific problem, which consists in outlining and substantiating the theoretical, normative and applicative activity of the analytical activity aimed at investigating and preventing corruption offenses, conceptualizing and characterizing it, defining and standardizing the notions and terms related to the field, as well as identifying and promoting analytical methods, techniques and products in order to detect, research and prevent acts of corruption.
Theoretical significance: the paper presents a scientific and methodological source necessary for the local doctrine and scientific support for further development and improvement of the concept of criminal intelligence analysis in the activity of the law enforcement agencies.
The applicative value of the paper consists in the theoretical and normative approach of the regulatory aspects of the analytical activity in preventing and combating corruption offenses and can be useful to law enforcement officials.
Implementation of scientific results. The conclusions and solutions presented by the author can be useful in developing specialized courses, strategies for development and the theoretical basis of the criminal analysis model of law enforcement agencies.
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