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  • Issues
  • About authors
  • About the Journal
  • Requirements for publication
  • Editorial collegium
  • Editorial board
  • Peer-review process
  • Policy of publication. Aims & Scope.
  • Article retraction
  • Ethics
  • Copyright & Licensing Policy
  • Open Access Policy
  • Open access publishing costs
  • Article Identification Policy
  • Plagiarism check policy
  • Digital archiving policy
  • Administrative activity of the police
  • Question at hand
  • Informational support of the police
  • History of the Russian police force
  • Police staffing
  • Legal commentary
  • Supervision of the police
  • International police cooperation
  • Operative investigation in police work
  • Police officer liability
  • Foreign police forces
  • Police enforcement
  • The police and protection of human rights
  • The police and the institutions of civil society
  • The police and issues in the fight against corruption
  • The police and issues of the fight against terror and extremism
  • Legal status of police officers
  • The issues of interaction between police and other law enforcement authorities and institutions
  • Problems of ensuring law-adherence and discipline in police work
  • Professional training of police officers
  • Preventative work of the police
  • Serving in the police
  • Reforming and upgrading the police
  • The police and criminal procedure
  • Police administration
  • Financial and economical functions of Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs authorities and institutions
  • Forms of police activity
  • Forensic activities and police work
  • Monograph peer reviews
«Police and Investigative Activity»
Policy of publication. Aims & Scope.

In accordance with the nomenclature of scientific fields the journal specializes in the following discipline:
Juridical sciences.

This publication adheres to the principles of courteousness, humanity, and democracy; does not publish popular or publicizing materials; does not conduct political propaganda; is not an advertising publication.

The key goals of the journal are: supporting researches, spotlighting innovations, systematizing and preserving of information, popularization of knowledge.

With this at the forefront of our mission, we peer review, annotate and publish the submitted materials; form our own base of metadata, articles and archives that correspond with the world’s largest search engines. Our work is aimed at a full collaboration with the scholars, libraries and scientific centers in the area of communication and information awareness.