• Principles of Investigation
    1.0 Introduction of Investigation Investigation can be defined quite simply as a systematic fact finding and reporting process. It is derived from the Latin word vestigere, to “track or trace,” and encompasses a patient, step-by step inquiry. Investigation is finding facts; it is akin to rese
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  • Family and Crime
    EVIDENCE Scope of Law on Evidence 1. Prescribes the manner of presenting evidence (Burden of Proof, rules 131-132); 2.Fixes the qualification and privilege of witnesses and the mode of examining them (Rule 132); 3.Determines among the probative matters, things which are logically
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  • Accident Investigation and Report
    ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND REPORTING 1 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND REPORTING INTRODUCTION The material in this short booklet has been produced to support an accident investigation and reporting course which can be run. Although it does not cover in detail all of the subjects that can be disc
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  • cyber crime in banking sector
    UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI PROJECT ON CYBER CRIME IN BANKING SECTOR SUBMITTED BY ASHA VASHUMAL AHUJA PROJECT GUIDE Prof. Mrs. MINAL GANDHI BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES SEMESTER V (2009-10) V.E.S. COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE, SINDHI COLONY, CHEMBUR – 400071 Page 1 of...
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  • Online Crime Reporting System
    University of Ilorin, Computer Science Department Abstract Crime is part of human activities and needs to be managed. No human society has ever been totally free of deviants and it is unlikely that society will ever be. The more populated and complex a society becomes the wider the...
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  • cyber crime
    Chapter:I INTRODUCTORY I.a.Introduction Advent of technology not only widens scientific horizon but also poses constant challenges for the jurisprudence, legal system and legal world as a whole. Computers, Internet and Cyberspace - together known as...
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  • white collar crime
    CHAPTER I COCEPT AND SCOPE OF WHITE COLLAR CRIMES INTRODUCTION Our generation is witnessing a wave of economic crimes as never before. It looks impossible to come out of them. In such conditions many questions arise before us. The most important of those is, whether there was ever a fear...
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