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Publications of Deryugin Roman Aleksandrovich
Police and Investigative Activity, 2017-1
Deryugin R.A., Malykh A.A. - Tactical Particularities of Detection, Fixing, Withdrawal and Official Registration of Footwear Traces and Traces of Hands at the Crime Scene pp. 13-19

DOI:
10.7256/2409-7810.2017.1.20408

Abstract: The authors of the article examine issues related to detection, fixing, withdrawal and official registration of footwear traces and traces of hands at the crime scene. Special attention is paid to the methods of withdrawal of footwear and hands traces because these are the traces that are found at the crime scene most frequently. In its turn, accuracy and professional qualities of a forensic specialist allow to preserve trces and later use them during expertise. In their research the authors have used general research methods as well as specific research methods such as the standard logical method, systems approach, synthesis, analysis, induction, deduction and other research methods. The main conclusion of the research is that despite a great variety of methods used to withdrawal material evidence such as traces of hands and footwaer, the most efficient method is still the withdrawal of a trace together with an object. This is a rather universal method that keeps material evidence intact. 
Security Issues, 2016-5
Deryugin R.A. - Criminalistic and procedural issues of investigating activities, specified in the article 186.1 of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Russian Federation pp. 43-48

DOI:
10.7256/2409-7543.2016.5.20396

Abstract: The article considers certain tactical, criminalistic and procedural aspects of acquisition of information about the connections between subscribers or subscribers’ units, and presents the researchers’ opinions about the concept of “integrity” in relation to such investigating activities. The author analyzes the structure of stages of this investigating action and offers the recommendations for the improvement of its effectiveness. The author notes the importance of the results of this investigating action, since the information about subscribers and their connections is of a particular importance for criminal cases investigation. The author applies the set of general scientific and special research methods, including the normative-logical method, the system method, analysis, synthesis, deduction, induction and other research methods. The scientific novelty of the study consists in the fact that this research is devoted to the peculiarities of acquisition of information about the connections between subscribers and (or) subscribers’ units. In the context of the development of the information society, in which the means of communication can be used not only be law-abiding citizens, but also by criminals, the investigating action, specified in the article 186.1 of the Criminal Procedure Code, helps law-enforcement agencies effectively realize the priority areas of activity, such as the investigation and the solution of corruption crimes, organized crimes and other grave and especially grave crimes. 
Police activity, 2016-4
Deryugin R.A. - Certain aspects of the tactics of acquisition of information about the connections between subscribers and (or) subscriber devices

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0692.2016.4.17312

Abstract: The research subject is the range of tactical and criminalistic issues of investigating action provided by the article 186.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Acquisition of information about the connections between subscribers and (or) subscriber devices”. The author considers the tactics and the legal nature of acquisition of information about the connections between subscribers and (or) subscriber devices. Besides, the paper studies certain aspects of interaction of the parties of criminal procedure (prosecutor, court and investigator) and other subjects of criminal procedure. The author applies the set of general and special scientific methods including the normative-legal method, the system method, analysis, synthesis, deduction, induction and others. The scientific novelty of the study is conditioned by the fact that acquisition of information about the connections between subscribers and (or) subscriber devices has been included in the criminal code not long ago, therefore, at present there is no common opinion about the tactics of its implementation. Besides, some problems of its legal nature haven’t been solved yet, leading to difficulties in its application. 
Police and Investigative Activity, 2016-4
Deryugin R.A., Vinogradova O.P. - Challenges of Detecting and Investigating Thefts of Mobile Communication Devices pp. 31-36

DOI:
10.7256/2409-7810.2016.4.19275

Abstract: The article covers challenges of investigating crime related to thefts of mobile communication devices as well as analyzes particularities of obtaining information on connections between subscribers and/or subscriber devices by pretrial investigation agencies in the process of the aforesaid crime solution. Based on particular examples of investigatory and judicial practice the authors emphasize the important forensic and evidential significance of information received from a communications provider in the process of proceedings or investigatory actions set forth by Article 186.1 of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Russian Federation. In their research the authors have used a standard logical method, systems approach, analysis, deduction, induction and other research methods. The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the authors provide statistical data about crimes in Russia for 2015 which proves that the greater percent of the total number of lucratively inclined violent crimes is thefts of mobiles. Moreover, the research has allowed to bring forth topical issues of the organisation of detecting and investigating the aforesaid category of crimes. 
Police and Investigative Activity, 2016-3
Deryugin R.A. - Special Forensic Technology Designed for the Analysis and Processing of Information About the Connections Between Subscribers and (or ) Subscriber Units pp. 32-35

DOI:
10.7256/2409-7810.2016.3.18711

Abstract: The article discusses some aspects of the use of special forensic techniques designed to extract information from mobile devices. Moreover, the author of the article identifies the problems of procedural implementation of evidence in criminal proceedings obtained by law enforcement agencies using forensic techniques allowing to obtain information not only about about the connections between subscribers but also the files and data stored in the memory cell phones. The author also notes the need for the use of hardware and software systems such as "Segment C" and "UFED" by law enforcement authorities in order to improve the efficiency of their investigation of criminal cases. The author has used general and special research methods inculding legal logical method, systems analysis, synthesis, analysis, deduction, induction and others. The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that in today's society which can be considered the information-based society, analysis and processing of information regarding the connections between subscribers and (or) subscriber units is one of the promising trends in technical and forensic security criminal investigation as it requires the use of and the development of the latest special forensic techniques.
The union of criminalists and criminologists, 2015-1
Deryugin R.A. - On the issue of use of the Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) for analysis and processing of data about subscribers and (or) subscribers’ devices 

DOI:
10.7256/2310-8681.2015.1.19037

Abstract: The paper considers some aspects of use of the Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) in investigation and expert practices. The author describes the essence of this device and its technical capabilities, and explains the necessity to use it by agencies of preliminary investigation. Moreover, the author raises the issues of procedural registration of the results of the collection of data about subscribers and (or) subscriber devices using UFED, and offers the ways to solve them. The author applies the set of general scientific and special research methods including the normative-logical method, the system method, analysis, synthesis, deduction, induction and others. The novelty of the research consists in the fact that nowadays, due to the increase of the number of mobile devices and registered subscribers, including criminals, the information, transmitted via mobile devices, should be controlled. The analysis and processing of the information about connections between subscribers and (or) devices is one of the promising directions of the forensic ensuring of criminal investigations. 
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