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Reflection on the Scientific and Practical Aspects of On-Site Investigation

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2023.021206 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 324


Mimi Ji 1


1 Jilin Judicial Police Vocational College, Changchun, 130216, China

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Mimi Ji


On-site On-site investigation plays an indispensable dual role in the criminal justice process, possessing both scientific and practical characteristics. Its scientific nature is reflected in a rigorous methodology and technical means, involving the systematic application of steps and scientific principles to collect irrefutable evidence. The practical aspect emphasizes the hands-on application of theories in actual crime scenes to reconstruct the authentic circumstances of the crime. One of the objectives of on-site investigation is to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the crime scene, utilizing scientific methods to collect highly credible evidence. This encompasses the collection, preservation, and analysis of physical, biological, and other relevant evidence. Another goal is to reconstruct the process of the crime scene, aiding investigators in understanding the motive, sequence of events, and potential suspect movements, thereby facilitating more targeted subsequent investigative efforts. Through in-depth research on on-site investigation, we can gain a more comprehensive understanding of its pivotal role in criminal investigations, providing theoretical and practical support to enhance its efficiency and quality. This may involve the introduction of new technological tools, elevating the training levels of investigators, and strengthening legal frameworks to support and regulate on-site investigations. A holistic consideration of both scientific and practical aspects contributes to the establishment of a more sophisticated on-site investigation system, promoting progress in criminal justice.


On-site investigation, investigative practice, dual nature, evidence collection, crime scene reconstruction


Mimi Ji, Reflection on the Scientific and Practical Aspects of On-Site Investigation. Science of Law Journal (2023) Vol. 2: 42-49. DOI: 10.23977/law.2023.021206.


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