Confidentiality in the activities of law enforcement agencies and the court during covert investigative activities Online publication date: Mon, 28-Feb-2022
by Gani Seitzhanuly; Sergey N. Bachurin; Alfiya B. Aituarova; Aivazkhan A. Gassanov; Aleksandr V. Syrbu
International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics (IJESDF), Vol. 14, No. 2, 2022
Abstract: The relevance of this study is that conversion of investigative activities involving interference with private communication cannot be imagined without confidentiality conditions. The purpose of this study is to prove that when investigating criminal cases in electronic format, all such powers of authorised officials of law enforcement and special state bodies only complicate the process of maintaining confidentiality at a minimum, and at most do not contribute to effective interaction in the investigation of criminal offences. The authors concluded that granting permission to conduct covert investigative actions related to interference of private communication is justified. The practical significance of the study is determined by the possibility of developing a shorter time frame of ensuring the conduct of investigative actions in the context of the implementation of criminal actions, when investigating crimes.
Online publication date: Mon, 28-Feb-2022
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