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Journal: International scientific journal "Internauka." Series: "Juridical Sciences" (Vol.1, No. 22)

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Page : 38-42

Keywords : child molestation; ERDF; pre-trial investigation; SOG;

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The article reveals the peculiarities of the beginning of the pre-trial investigation upon the commission of the corruption of minors. The list of information to be included in the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigation is provided. The list of reasons for entering information in the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigation is provided. The question of creation of the investigative-operational group, the basis of its functioning, its composition is analyzed. It turns out that the investigative-task force must necessarily include an investigator (senior SOG), a member of the operational unit and a forensic specialist. The SOG, which goes to the place of committing a criminal offense against sexual immunity of a person, must necessarily include an investigator of a territorial unit of the National Police specializing in the investigation of criminal offenses of the specified category (who is a senior SOG), and, if necessary, a cynologist from the service search dog, psychologist. The article argues that in order to effectively investigate the abuse of minors, it is advisable to carry out the distribution of duties not only through the assignment of relevant functions, but also through the introduction in the staffing of specialized departments in the regional and city departments, and in district offices of the National Police to the list of investigators specializing in the investigation of sexual crimes. The principles on which the investigative task force should operate are revealed, in particular: legality; equality before the law and the court; respect for human dignity; secrecy of communication; non-interference with privacy; inviolability of property rights; presumption of innocence and proof of guilt; freedom from self-disclosure and the right not to testify against close relatives and family members; ensuring the right to protection; access to justice and the binding nature of judgments; ensuring the right to appeal against procedural decisions, actions or omissions; publicity; reasonableness of terms; the language of the criminal proceedings. In addition, the article explains the basic principles of the investigator's interaction with operatives.

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