Work number - P 21 FILED
Name and surname:R. Melnyk, V. Polischuk
An organization that makes work: Open International University of Human Development «Ukraine».
Purpose is to createa scientific, theoretical and methodological foundations and develop practical recommendations for the investigation of crimes involving the use of explosives and objects processed in firearms.
Scientific noveltyof the results is that the nature and content of work is considered one of the first monographic research in Ukraine, where the technique of investigation of crimes involving the use of explosives and objects processed in firearms contained recommendations aimed at efficiency and optimization of their investigation.
The practical significance of the resultsis formulated and grounded in the theoretical principles, conclusions and suggestions can be used in the research field - as a basis for further development and improvement of the theory of forensic investigation of objects processed in firearms; practice of investigators and expert divisions - during the forensic ballistic examination; education - in teaching subjects «Forensics», «Principles of criminology», «Technical and provide forensic investigation and search operations», «Participation Specialist during the investigation», «Theory forensic examination», «Theoretical Foundations of forensic Expertise».
Number of publicationsis the topic of seventy-four papers: fifty two articles published in scientific professional editions of Law, seven articles - in scientific professional editions of the Russian Federation and Belarus, twenty-two abstracts - in the collections of material round, national and international scientific conferences. Own two authors develop information and reference manual «Design features some pistols caliber 9mm RA and their marks on cartridge cases»and «Research firearms, processed with layouts weight and size (MMG) and their traces on bullets and cartridge cases».A scientific-practical guide «Features of forensic ballistic examination of objects processed in firearms». Two monographs «Theoretical and practical aspects of forensic investigation objects processed in firearms»and «Investigation of crimes involving the use of explosives and objects processed in firearms».