Ikiteisminio tyrimo tyrėjo profesionalumo apibrėžties dilema ikiteisminiame tyrime (arba kokia profesionalumo vertė?)
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The professionalism category is not new in the sphere of human resource management. Modern professional category should be understood more widely: this is an important analysis of professionalism content. Professionalism – is a personal qualification and continuous competence development. In addition to these two components the integral structural part of professionalism could be personal qualities, focused on a particular profession; enabling a person to achieve the best result. Monitoring and analyzing the situation, a little bit more attention is paid to the individual activity issues of the investigator (workload, qualification requirements, wage and other organizational concerns), the author had the idea to purposefully structure the content of investigator professionalism (after adapting the modelling provisions, and analyzing the professionalism categories). When examining the structure of pre-trial investigator's professionalism, the author rightly states that the investigator's professionalism content could consist of three components: (1) clearly defined requirements to hold investigator's office (qualification); (2) features and analysis of a mechanism showing how to improve the existing expertise, (3) the whole and analysis of personal qualities (which the investigator possess and some still to be acquired) that would influence the professional execution of investigator’s duties. This structure is presented after the systemization of various examples of pre_ trial organization issues on the basis of the results of the research carried out in 2011_2016, which analyzed the activities of pre-trial investigator. It should be noted that the definition of pre-trial investigator’s professionalism and its content analysis would be appropriate, because (1) it would allow to form clearly and comprehensively the formal criteria necessary for the investigator's activities; (2) it would ensure continuous, targeted competency development; (3) it would allow to evaluate what would be the whole of personal qualities helping in this work and how such qualities should be developed. Finally, it would help to compose the professional profile of pre-trial investigator and understand what kind of professional staff is required in pre-trial investigation.
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