Elements of forensic characteristics of official corruption crimes

  • R.B. Tapalova
  • Y.T. Nurmaganbet
  • A.B. Izbassova


The article is devoted to the issues of forensic analysis of corruption crimes. For Kazakhstan, corruption is one of the important problems hindering the solution of economic, social and other problems. International ratings show that the level of corruption is high. The state is aware of the need to fight corruption, state programs are being adopted for this, laws and other by-laws are being improved, etc. One of the reasons for the low effectiveness of the fight against corruption is the low level of knowledge of applied questions. Over the past decade, there are almost no publications that deal with the methods of investigating corruption crimes, there are no recommendations on the tactics of carrying out investigative actions depending on the situations during the investigation, etc. The methodology of the article research includes the principles of historical and systemic approaches to the analysis of the studied corruption acts. The article also used a set of general scientific methods of research, used in theoretical studiesand including analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction, system analysis, formalization, analogy. Thescientific and methodological basis was made by the laws of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the CriminalCode of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Criminal Procedure Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as wellas the works of well-known forensic scientists of Kazakhstan and foreign countries.Key words: crime, criminalistics, forensic characteristics, forensic elements, corruption, traces ofcrime, ways of committing a crime, the identity of a criminal, theft, corruption crimes.
How to Cite
TAPALOVA, R.B.; NURMAGANBET, Y.T.; IZBASSOVA, A.B.. Elements of forensic characteristics of official corruption crimes. Journal of actual problems of jurisprudence, [S.l.], v. 86, n. 2, p. 102-111, nov. 2018. ISSN 2617-8362. Available at: <http://bulletin-law.kaznu.kz/index.php/journal/article/view/1253>. Date accessed: 24 apr. 2019.