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Lectures includes 118 questions, the volume of 1-2 pages. Made textbooks 2009-2010.
Crib is made of lecture notes, double-sided, measuring 4.5 x 7.5 cm (easily fits into the palm).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SUBJECT, and the system forensics. RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES
2. CRIMES criminological characteristics. Criminal and forensic SITUATION
3. The method of knowledge USED IN collection, research and evaluation of forensic evidence and the evidentiary information
4. DEFINITION, PROPERTIES, TYPES AND STAGES forensic identification
5. criminalistic version. PLANNING investigation of crimes
6. BASIS CRIMINALISTIC prevention. Criminalistic diagnostics
7. KRIMINLISTICHESKOE PREDICTION information processes of investigation of crimes
8. criminalistic study of personality. EMERGENCE criminalistics and its development in the initial period
9. The main stages of development of domestic criminalistics
10. Definition, subject and system of forensic technology
11. criminalistic and technical facilities for the collection and recording of physical evidence
12. Methods and tools preliminary and expert study of physical evidence
13. Criminalistic (judicial) photos. REMEDIAL AND REGISTRATION OF ASSIGNMENT PHOTOGRAPHY when investigating crimes
14. Types, methods and techniques SLVDSTVENNOY (imprinted) PHOTOS
15. Types, methods and techniques EXPERT (Research) PHOTOS
16. Criminalistic value APPLICATION AND VIDEO RECORDING
17. RULES AND REGULATIONS sound recording and playback, and images. APPLICATION audio and video recordings
18. Concept and types of traces in criminology. SYSTEM kriminalisticheskie SLEDOVVDENIYA
19. CLASSIFICATION following depending on the basic objects, tools and CHARACTER sledoobrazovaniya
20. STAGES OF WORK WITH CRIMES SLVDAMI. Criminalistic value of traces of hands
21. fingerprint, their types and TYPES
22. The work of the investigator with the following HANDS
23. TYPES fingerprints. Criminalistic value of footprints (shoes)
24. General information on the structure and the soles of shoes soles legs of a man. TYPES footprints (shoes)
25. Detection, fixation and withdrawal of footprints
26. Preliminary studies footprints (shoes)
27. The expert study footprints (shoes)
28. Criminalistic value of teeth marks. Detection, fixation and withdrawal of teeth marks
29. The preliminary and expert study teeth marks RIGHTS
30. Criminalistic value should be breaking and INSTRUMENTS INSTRUMENTS
31. The work of the investigator with the following breaking and INSTRUMENTS INSTRUMENTS
32. EXPERT study should be cracking and INSTRUMENTS INSTRUMENTS
33. Criminalistic value of the next transport. Detection, fixation, removal of traces VEHICLES
34. TYPES next transport
35. The study should VEHICLES (TC)
36. The work of the investigator with the following materials, substances and products made of them
37. Criminalistic value olfactory TRACKS
38. WORK investigators olfactory Next
39. Criminalistic ballistics. Firearms and ammunition
40. It is the use of firearms. Working as an investigator with the following
41. CONCEPT knives, its main features and classification
42. INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATIVE forensic edged weapons
43. Criminalistic Bomb. TYPES OF EXPLOSIVE DEVICES AND EXPLOSIVES TRACES OF THEIR USE
44. The work of the investigator with traces and physical evidence in cases involving bomb
45. document as object of criminalistic research
46. \u200b\u200bThe forensic investigation of handwriting
47. The forensic investigation LETTERS
48. TECHNICAL Forensic examination of documents
49. Definition, SCIENTIFIC BASIS AND OBJECTIVES criminalistic doctrine about the signs the appearance of man
50. DISPLAY appearance of man in compiling investigation documents
51 FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF PORTRAIT

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61. INSPECTION TRAINING TACTICS scene
62. Tashko working step inspection of the scene
TACTICS 63. The final stage of examination of the scene
64. CONCEPT, meaning, objectives and types of investigative experiment. TACTICAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR ITS PRODUCTION
65. PREPARATION AND TACTICS investigative experiment
66. The final stage of TACTICS AND EVALUATION OF investigative experiment
67. CONCEPT, GOALS AND IMPORTANCE OF ON-SITE VERIFICATION OF EVIDENCE
68. PREPARATION AND TACTICS OF CHECKS indications on a place
69. Definition, objectives and types of searches
70. Search and seizure
71. The concept, types and the basics of interrogation tactics. PREPARATORY STAGE OF INTERROGATION
72. OPERATIONAL PHASE INTERROGATION
73. FEATURES OF INTERROGATION witnesses, victims, suspects and accused persons
74. FEATURES interrogation of a minor, experts (specialists), questioning confrontation
75. The concept, types and Psychological basics of tactics presented for identification
76. PREPARATION AND TACTICS OF identification parade
77. SUBJECT, OBJECTIVES AND STRUCTURE OF THE PROCEDURE OF THE INVESTIGATION OF CRIMES
78. PROCEDURE and tactical features of investigation of "hot pursuit" CRIMES
79. The organized crime. Concept and criminological characteristics
80. Methods of investigation of crimes committed by organized criminal groups
81. Forensic characterization KILLINGS
82. The investigation into the murder TACTICS IN THE BEGINNING
83. Further stages of a murder investigation
84. Forensic characterization of sexual offenses
85. Typical inquiry situations in the investigation of rape and CONTENTS stage of investigation
86. The feature of the tactics of investigative actions in the investigation of rape
87. criminological characteristics of crimes against property BY embezzlement
88. Typical inquiry situations in the investigation of crimes against property BY embezzlement
89. TACTICS INVESTIGATION embezzlement
90. Forensic characterization of encroachment on another's property by plunder and robbery
91. Methods of investigation of robberies and robbery
92. investigatory actions on affairs about plunder and robbery
93.RASSLEDOVANIELZHEPREDPRINIMATELSTVA
94. INVESTIGATION counterfeiting
95. Forensic characterization Cybercrime INFORMATION
96. The method of committing computer crimes
97. Typical inquiry situations in the investigation of computer crimes. Initial stage of investigation
98. Further stages of investigating computer crimes
99. criminological characteristics of tax crimes
100. The technique of investigation of tax crimes
101. Initial and further investigations in the investigation of tax crimes
102. Forensic characterization of Bribery (corruption)
103. The investigation techniques Bribery (corruption)
104. TYPICAL VERSIONS AND INVESTIGATIVE SITUATION EVENTS IN CRIME INVESTIGATION Bribery (corruption)
105. The initial and subsequent investigative actions during the investigation of Bribery (corruption)
106. Forensic characterization of criminal offenses SAFETY SAFETY AND FIRE SAFETY
107. investigate violations of work safety
TACTICS 108. Initial investigations during the investigation of violations of the rights of work safety
109. TAKTIKAPROIZVODSTVASLVDSTVENNYHDEYSTVY NADALNEYSHEM STAGE investigate violations of work safety
110. The investigation of violations of fire safety rules
111. Forensic characterization of criminal offenses TRAFFIC
112. PROCEDURE investigation of criminal violation of traffic rules
113. TACTICS initial investigative and search actions during the investigation of criminal offenses TRAFFIC
114. NEXT TACTICS investigative action during the investigation of criminal offenses

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