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ORGANIZED CRIME OPERATIVE AND INVESTIGATIVE COUNTERING PRACTICE



A.G. Akhmedov
A.A. Zhidkov
n-uspeh-aaa@yandex.ru
zirprusG@yandex.ru
Professor, the Department of Operative and Investigative Activity, Saint-Petersburg University of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, PhD in Law
senior detective officer, operational search Bureau, Department of Internal Affairs
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg

Keywords:

  • operational-search countering
  • organized crime
  • human trafficking
  • law enforcement agencies
  • police
  • The article describes modern aspects of operative investigative practices of countering organized crime. The authors underline the variety of this social phenomenon focusing on such kind of organized crime as human trafficking in particular. The research is based on the actual problem of information deficit and misinformation the operational units encounter in their activities, which badly affects the overall efficacy of the operational and investigative activities aimed to address organized crime in general. Thus, one of the key stages in the practices of operational units is the development of a set of operational and investigative measures destined to verify information on crimes as well as to ensure additional data collection in order to optimize the system of combating organized crime.

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