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Crime related to the use of new media by children
Kudrlová, Kateřina ; Gřivna, Tomáš (advisor) ; Musil, Jan (referee) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
Crime related to the use of new media by children Mgr. et Mgr. Kateřina Kudrlová Abstract: The thesis confirms two hypotheses: young people online are put at risk of crime and commit crime as well. It is based mostly on the study of documents and scientific literature and analyzing of statistical data. The predominantly criminological perspective sets out the specifics of cyberspace and mentions some of its technological, sociological, psychological and at last but not least legal aspects. Furthermore, the thesis demonstrates the use of cyberspace by young people and the risks that users face. It focuses specifically on internet technology, new media, communication and identity (not only) online, digital imprint, social networks, netholism, an avatar as a user's representation, legal framework and criminal law regulation of cyberspace, bitcoins, cybercrime in general, cybercrime research conducted by the Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention, sexual exploitation of children (focusing on child pornography, sexting and cyber grooming), cyber bullying, intolerance and finally prevention and cybercrime trends. The threat of online crime occurs from the early age of the child, starting with the possible misuse of the digital imprint created by others and encountering inappropriate content. During...
Dactylography - past, present and future
Zapletalová, Karolína ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Konrád, Zdeněk (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to comprehensively analyze and describe one of the oldest methods of individual identification of individuals, which originates in ancient civilizations and consists of identifying a person on the basis of unique drawings of his papillary terrain. The dactyloscopy will be viewed primarily from a criminalistic perspective, although the text also deals with its expansion and use in other areas of human life. This is also a current trend, whose tendencies can be expected in the future. The thesis is divided into three basic chapters - history, present, future, which will gradually summarize the whole issue of this established forensic science. The text is supplemented with pictures and photographs with regard to practical use of this method. The first part of the thesis deals with the history of dactyloscopy from the discovery of papillary lines by ancient cultures to the gradual introduction of scientific approach to this discipline, either from physiological point of view or later from the criminalistic point of view. The text focuses mainly on important personalities who have helped to develop dactyloscopy and put it into practice. At the end of this part, the historical background and the development of the doctrine of papillary lines in the Czech Republic are also...
Criminal and criminological aspects of cybercrime with a focus on denial of service attacks
Přívozník, Lukáš ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Heranová, Simona (referee)
Criminal and criminological aspects of cybercrime with a focus on denial of service attacks Abstract The aim of this master thesis is to analyze the criminal law assessment of denial of service (DoS) cyber-attacks and related criminological aspects. The author deals with the technical characteristics and typology of this type of attack. He analyzes its individual variants, as the way of performing the attack, that is reflected in its criminal assessment. The thesis also describes the facts concerning the largest series of DoS attacks that occurred in the Czech Republic in 2013. Next, the author deals with the criminological aspects of cybercrime, namely its expansion and latency, the perpetrators and victims of the denial of service attack and related prevention, including techniques and methods of defense against this attack. In the main part of the thesis, the author analyzes the criminal law aspects of this specific type of crime. The thesis deals with the development of law in this area at international level, within the European Union and at national level. It also deals with the analysis of the factual situation of cybercrime provided for in Sections 230 to 232 of the Criminal Code and the criminal law assessment of individual variants of the attack. The thesis deals with related problematic points,...
Methodology of investigation of the criminal act of robbery
Vrkotová, Alice ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
My thesis entitled "Methodology of investigation of the criminal act of robbery" focuses on the individual steps undertaken by the police from the moment the offence is reported until the prosecution is filed with the state attorney. The main focus of my work is to describe, in the greatest detail possible and with attention to the given practice and formal faultlessness, the most important procedural steps, both in the verification phase, i.e. prior to the commencement of the criminal prosecution, and in the phase of investigation. A particular emphasis is placed on the examination of the crime scene and subsequent criminological evaluation thereof. The thesis comprises six chapters; the therd chapter discusses initial verification acts, from the commencement of the criminal procedure according to section 158, paragraph 3 of the penal code, treatment of the victims, particularly the above mentioned examination of the crime scene. The fourth chapter that discusses investigation is crucial. The chapter outlines the individual steps of the investigator in logical sequence, i.e. decision about the commencement of the criminal prosecution (section 160 of the penal code, interview with the accused and witnesses, criminological examination of the tracks collected at the crime scene or uncovered as part...
Psychological profiling of an affender
Straka, Karel ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Konrád, Zdeněk (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the criminalistic method of psychological profiling of an offender. Psychological profiling consists in analyzing the offender's behavior. This analysis is used to create an offender profile that contains offender's likely characteristics. Such a profile is intended to help investigators narrow down the range of suspects, or contribute to the success of investigations by refocusing the investigative strategy. The aim of this thesis is to present a balanced view of the method of psychological profiling and to critically evaluate the possibilities of its use for improving the quality of investigative practice. The thesis is divided into three chapters. The first chapter first defines this method, including basic theoretical approaches and bases. Furthermore, the historical development of profiling abroad and in the Czech Republic is introduced. Appropriate and inappropriate offenses for profiling are also mentioned. At the end of the first chapter, the most important methods or approaches to profiling are outlined. The second chapter is devoted to the creation of the psychological profile of an offender itself. First, the information that is necessary for the profile is mentioned, and the profile creation process is described in detail. Finally, the content and formal...
Violent Crime and Its Prevention
Veselá, Soňa ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Konrád, Zdeněk (referee)
Violent Crime and Its Prevention Abstract This thesis deals with violent crime and its prevention. This topic is broad, therefore only few aspects are included into this work. I focused mostly on phenomenology of violent crime, worldwide comparation and prevention of crime. The violent crime is a traditional criminologic topic, but despite that, it is still very actual. My goal was to chart violent crime and its prevention. This work is divided into six chapters. In the first chapter, basic concepts are defined. The focus of a second chapter is on phenomenology, state, dynamics and extent of the violent crime in Czech Republic and in countries, that I have chosen. In the following chapter, the state of violent crime is compared in-between some chosen countries through index crime of homicide. Crime in United States and Great Britain is compared in more detail later in this chapter. In the same chapter, relapse and latent crime is also described. In the third chapter, perpetrator of violent crime, various kinds of typology, ratios between men and women in sense of numbers of offences and age composition of offenders are discussed. Victims, victimization, types of victims, forms of experiencing harm and impact of violent crime on the victim is the main topic of the fourth chapter. The fifth chapter deals with...
Criminalistic Reconstruction
Reindl, Jan ; Krupička, Jiří (advisor) ; Konrád, Zdeněk (referee)
This thesis deals with criminalistic recontruction which is understood within criminal law as evidence, whereas criminology considers it as a criminalistic - tactical method. At the beginnig, this thesis follows up on the concept of recontruction, its main importance, its historical point of view and its conception within the other criminalistic methods. A very important part of the thesis is in the second chapter, where the types of criminalistic reconstruction are described. It is explained that the reconstruction of the crime as a specific method of criminalistic practice falls into the type of reconstruction of criminalistic significant negotiations and events. The main part of the thesis contains a detailed description of the reconstruction itself, especially its preparation, stages, procedural principles, tactical principles, methodological procedures, protocol, evaluation and documentation. Also, the case law of our courts when dealing with this issue, which often has a great impact on the possible development of this act is not forgotten. Particularly the most important findings of the Constitutional Court and decisions as well as resolutions of the High court are included. Furthermore, the comparative method is used and the legislation of the reconstruction in our Criminal Code Procedure is...
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...

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