Oleksandr Ruvin, Director of Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine and Oleksii Komadyrov, Head of the project documentation research department of Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise took part in the international scientific and practical conference “Topical issues of forensic expertise: formation-development-achievements”.
The initiator and organizer of the event was Odesa Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise. Invited participants were representatives of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, representatives of state authorities and local self-government, representatives of higher education, colleagues from research institutions and other relevant experts in the field of forensic expertise.
Within the framework of the plenary sessions, the participants discussed topical issues of the development of forensic expertise in Ukraine, international cooperation within European projects, as well as the peculiarities of conducting various types of forensic examinations.
The speakers presented the following topics to the participants:
- “Features and differences of the concepts “complex expertise” and “complex of examinations”;
- “Determination the technical condition of rolling stock on the materials provided to the expert for research”;
- “The use of radio frequency identification technology as a method of electronic protection of identity documents”;
- “Topical issues of forensic examination of video and sound recordings in the modern development of technical means”;
- “Procedural issues of forensic examination in administrative proceedings”;
- “Some problematic issues of the application of new rules on the appointment and conduct of forensic examination” and others.
According to Oleksandr Ruvin, Director of Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise, relevant scientific and practical meetings will contribute to the establishment of interdepartmental and international communication of experts from expert institutions, the improvement of legal regulation of forensic activity and the creation of conditions for proper and effective expert provision of justice.