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Wiretapping and Interception of communication
Kučerová, Štěpánka ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
This thesis analyzes legal framework as well as other issues regarding monitoring and intercepting the substance of communication under Section 88 of the Criminal Procedure Act. Also, the characteristics of logging and accessing data relating to communication (such as times, patterns, locations and parties involved) under Section 88a are described. These institutes in certain instances represent lawful interfere with the right to respect for private life and other human rights and both are of critical importance in the investigation of many types of crimes. The thesis is systematically divided into seven chapters. Chapter One presents both concepts in their relationship to the affected basic human rights and describes characteristics, major principles as well as the procedure of issuing a wiretap and data retention warrants. As both concepts have similar features with conception of Surveillance of persons and items under the Section 158d of the Czech Criminal Procedure Act, comparison with this institute is provided in the second chapter. The third Chapter is devoted to the evolution of Wiretapping legislation and its changes due to particular amendments. The first legal regulation of Wiretapping was adopted in the Czech Criminal Procedure Act in 1991 as a response to the political revolution...
Psychological Aspects of Interrogation
Vášová, Kateřina ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Konrád, Zdeněk (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with psychological aspects of interrogation. The aim of the thesis is to describe general psychological aspects of interrogation, contained in scientific publications in comparison to practical knowledge, gathered by experienced police detectives. The thesis covers both psychological aspects of interrogated person as well as the interrogator. The thesis is comprised of four parts, each divided into chapters and subchapters. In the first part, the focus of the thesis is on testimony, its creation and above all verifying its credibility, as the primary aim of an interrogation is to achieve a complete and credible testimony. In the thesis, there are mentioned psychological methods how to achieve such a testimony, and at the same time how to avoid psychological errors of the investigator. The core of the thesis is dedicated to the topic of psychology of interrogation. This part is divided into three chapters; first chapter describes perception level of both interrogator and interrogated, the second covers the mutual interaction of both parties, and the third one their mutual communication. The communication level is a major part of psychology of interrogation, as the interrogated person expresses themselves not only by spoken word, but also by nonverbal cues such as facial...
The methodology of investigation of crimes against life (selected problems)
Vidnerová, Karolína ; Musil, Jan (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
The methodology of investigation of crimes against life (selected problems) Abstract The topic of this thesis is the methodology of investigation of crimes against life. Due to the fact that this is undoubtedly a very wide topic and the investigation of all crimes against life follows the same principles using similar methods, this diploma thesis is focused on the method of a murder investigation as the most serious crime against life, if not the most serious criminal action of them all. The first chapter of my diploma thesis is devoted to the substantive regulation of all crimes against life according to § 140 to 144 of the Criminal Code. In this part of the thesis, I describe the obligatory signs of their facts, ie. their object, subject, objective side, and a subjective aspect. In the second chapter of this thesis, I deal with the criminalistics characteristics of the crime of murder, whose typical components are the way of committing, the personality of the perpetrator and the victim as well as the motive. As part of the thesis, I use examples from practice, namely cases of serial murders on which these typical characters can be shown. In the third chapter of the thesis, I describe the general division of traces, including the typical traces that criminalists can find in investigating murders. The...
Peculiarities of child interrogation
Svobodová, Karolína ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Konrád, Zdeněk (referee)
IV. Summary This thesis deals with legal elements of a child interrogation and psychological elements of this interrogation as well. This thesis deals both legal and psychological elements and, at the same time, a comprehension of their interconnection. Introduction part is focused on general, historically embedded child protection and personal experience over several years in working with children. At the same time, the development of methods of education is mentioned, which is connected, among other things, with the liberalization of society. The first chapter of the text is devoted to the personality of the child and their legal status from the historical point of view, as well as the developmental periodization, which is according to Vaclav Příhoda divided into 7 periods. In more detail, is presented the first and second childhood period, puberty and adolescence periods are analyzed as well. This chapter also focuses on the factors that influence youth. These factors include family and related heredity, school facilities, and other child groups. The main theme of chapter two is to outline the basic features of interrogation according to current criminological theory. Attention is paid to both the general distribution of interrogation and its preparation and division of its stages, which is distinguished...
Criminalistic study of a victim of the crime (criminal victimology)
Kavková, Klára ; Musil, Jan (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
Criminalistic study of a victim of the crime (criminalistic victimology) Abstract This presented thesis puts at the forefront a victim of the crime and its importance within criminalistic victimology, the study about a victim of the crime. The role of the victim is important both at the beginning of the criminal offence as well as during its duration. The victim is also important factor at the notification of the criminal offence, its investigation and at the court hearing of the criminal offence. In this thesis, I put at the forefront the relationship between a victim and an offender, which may exist in such a superficial range or on the contrary they may be really close to each other. There is also outlined in which extent the victim is participating on the creation of tracks, or if is their bearer. The thesis deals with a victim as a notifier of criminal activity - which reasons that lead to its (non-) notification. The major part of this thesis shall be described as part of a victim on the investigation of a criminal offence, mainly its role during the interrogation of itself, but also during the confrontation and the recognition. Another non-less important aspect of this thesis is help for victims of the criminal offence, as well as financial, social and psychological. At the end, the legal regulation...
The Preparatory Procedings De Lege Lata, De Lege Ferenda
Zahradníčková, Marika ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
This thesis aims on the basis of an assessment of the current state of the preparatory proceedings including its relationship with the judicial proceedings, and thus the concept of the criminal proceedings, reach within the considerations de lege ferenda the ideal definition and adjustment of the preparatory proceedings, including the determination of its position in criminal proceedings, and thus the establishment of a new concept for criminal procedural law. All this work reacts to the current state of the Czech criminal proceedings, which can be considered at least as stagnant and it would be right to uncover the causes and consequences of the current situation so that they can be avoided in the future.
Interrogation tactics
Kyptová, Veronika ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Konrád, Zdeněk (referee)
Interrogation tactics Abstract The submitted diploma thesis deals with the interrogation as a criminalistic procedure. The statement is obtained from interrogated persons by means of interrogation. The statement is a source of important knowledge of a crime. A crime can be successfully elucidated on the basis of knowledge. The aim of the diploma thesis is to sort knowledge of the interrogation, the interrogation tactics and the tactical interrogation procedures from the point of view of criminal law, criminalistics and psychology. The thesis is divided into five separate chapters. The first chapter is conceived from the point of view of criminal law. First chapter deals with the regulation of interrogation in the Czech Criminal Procedure Code and with the rights and obligations of the interrogated persons. The second and third chapters are the focus of this diploma thesis. Chapters deal with the preparation of the interrogation, the phases of the interrogation, the inquiries asked during the interrogation and the tactical interrogation procedures. My intention is to demonstrate how to perform tactical procedures correctly and legally. Equally important chapter is the chapter fourth, which deals with the interrogation from the point of view of psychology, especially the credibility of the interrogated person...
Recognition
Veselá, Veronika ; Konrád, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
- Recognition The recognition as a separate criminalistic method serves to identification of persons, things or animals linked to a criminally relevant event. The recognition is also procedural act regulated in a separate section of Criminal Procedure Code called Some specific methods of evidence. This classification, which has come into effect in 2002, shows that the importance and significance of the recognition can't be underestimated and in addition to the theoreticians it comes to the forefront of the legislature's attention. The thesis is divided into six chapters and each of them deals with the recognition from another point of view. In total, they cover the most important aspects of the recognition. The first chapter is devoted to a theoreticall introduction to the topic of recognition, its definiton, description of its essence as well as to an individual types of recognition, defining the basic differences between all mentioned types. This chapter also includes the theoreticall inclusion of this institute into a criminalistic science. The second chapter includes the constitution of the recognition from the oldest sources to the current legislation in the Criminal Procedure Code - mainly the section 104b and its eight paragraphs which constitute the most fundamental rules which must be...
Trasology and its use in Crime Investigation
Ulmann, Ondřej ; Konrád, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
Trasology and its use in crime investigation Abstract Title of this thesis is Trasology and its use in crime investigation. This thesis focus on trasology which is discipline of forensic science examining foot traces, traces of other body parts and traces of vehicles. The objective of this thesis is to provide its reader basic summary about this discipline of forensic science and methods used in this discipline especialy aplication of biomechanincs in trasology and height estimation from foot prints dimensions. This thesis is divided into eleven chapters. First chapter after introducing chapter is chapter about history of trasology, folowing chapters describe individual groups of trasological traces. Folowing chapters focus on methods of detecting and capturing trasological traces. Chapters number seven and eight are about methods of forensic examination of trasological traces. Main part of this thesis consist of chapter about aplication of biomechanics in trasology and experimental chapter presenting results of comparison of methods of height estimetion from foot prints dimensions. Biomechanics is used in trasology mainly for estimation of height from traces of various body parts. In the experimental chapter you can find comparison of six methods of height estimation from length and breadth of foot traces....
Crimes related to the abuse of addictive substances
Faltus, Jan ; Říha, Jiří (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
Crimes related to the abuse of addictive substances Abstract The diploma thesis deals with the drug crimes and it is split into four chapters. In the first chapter author describes the addictive substances from the historical point of view. Firstly from the general historical point of view and secondly from the law historical point of view. The author also uses the ineffective laws that regulated the addictive substances from the nineteenth century and recent laws, which regulate the addictive substances. In the second chapter there are described the most common addictive substances which the application praxis mostly struggles with. Author describes those addictive with the focus on their influence on the human organism and the possibility ty consider how they influence the controlling and the recognizing abilities. The third chapter is the most extensive and it focuses on the crimes related to the abuse of addictive substances from the point of view of the substantive law. In this chapter, there are described facts of the drug crimes. Namely handling with narcotic and psychotropic substances and poisons according to § 283 TZ, possession of narcotic and psychotropic substance according to § 284 TZ, unauthorized cultivation of plants containing the narcotic o psychotropic substance according to § 285 TZ,...

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