Ikiteisminio tyrimo organizavimo modelis kriminalistikos taktikoje
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Not a single area of human activity goes without organization. This process is also tightly linked with the activity of every institution. Seeking to achieve efficient activity results, organization as a process is based on identification of particular links, establishment of relations, use of measures, and determination of contents of certain work. The concept of organization lies within the unity of all employees of an institution for the purposes of achieving general objectives, as well as within establishment, coordination and arrangement of certain activity. The existence of various conceptions or notions of organization enables to say that the aim of organizing is to regulate particular internal and external processes efficiently. Whereas the main task of organizing is to identify the balance between differentiation and coordination, to optimize the activity of an institution, to give grounds for the enhancement of its efficiency by choosing optimal management structure, proper competent people, work forms and methods, as well as by planning sufficient resources, etc. Therefore, it may be proposed that organization structures the work and forms a cohesive whole. Investigation of criminal offences is a complex, multistage process, which becomes impossible without proper coordination of activity of all pre-trial investigation subjects. Within this process, officers of several law-enforcement institutions cooperate both inside their institutions (internal relations), and with employees of other bodies (external relations). Without such relations, it would be impossible to regulate the process of investigation and as a result to have criminal offences successfully investigated. Recently, it has been observed that procedural functions of pre-trial investigation subjects, as well as separation, planning, division and cooperation of these functions are a prerequisite for an effective pre-trial investigation ...