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Improvement of the Working System for Forensic Agents

과학수사요원의 근무제도 개선방안

  • 조민상 (백석대학교 법정경찰학부) ;
  • 조현빈 (순천향대학교 경찰행정학과)
  • Received : 2014.12.09
  • Accepted : 2015.03.05
  • Published : 2015.04.28

Abstract

Areas of forensic have been used as a tool in many fields of police investigation, detective, such as research relating to the criminal investigation. Despite it is failure to obtain a central role and status, forensic is nonetheless necessary. This study recognizes the importance of police and forensic activities, and in reviewing the level of support for actual condition of science and forensic investigations, and it has tried to find the problems. Based on this, this study discusses development plans of the working system to explore whether it can improve the efficiencies of forensic activities from the realistic restrictions. These days, one of the main problems that police forensic activities encounter is lack of labor and human resources on the arrested. Therefore, this study aimed to looking for realistic ways to improve efficiencies of forensic agents First, changing the working system and the restructuring the command system requires a long-term perspective. In other words, a regional forensic system is required. Second, the establishment of a Police Investagation Specialization to ensure the professionalism of the investigation is necessary. Third, the system should improve forensic specialties. Fourth, the R&D organization should established to improve the capability for forensic investigations.

Keywords

Forensic Science;Working System;Greater Scientific Investigation System;Police;R&D

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