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Title:DETEKTIVSKA DEJAVNOST KOT (NE)DOVOLJEN POSEG V ZASEBNOST IN NJEGOV POMEN ZA KAZENSKI POSTOPEK
Authors:Petek, Maja (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Diplomsko delo predstavlja probleme, ki se pojavljajo na področju detektivske dejavnosti zaradi uporabe metod in sredstev, s katerimi detektivi posegajo v pravico do zasebnosti, ki je ena izmed temeljnih ustavno zavarovanih človekovih pravic. Zaradi pomanjkljivega zakona v praksi prihaja do različne razlage posameznih zakonskih določb in zapolnjevanja pravnih praznin. Detektivi se tako poslužujejo nekaterih metod in sredstev, ki jih zakon niti izrecno ne dovoljuje niti ne prepoveduje. Med najbolj spornimi sta neposredno pogodbeno opazovanje in sledenje in dokumentiranje s tehničnimi sredstvi, kamor prištevamo fotografiranje in video snemanje, s katerimi se posega v človekovo zasebnost in za katera so določene institucije in posamezniki mnenja, da gre za prikrite preiskovalne ukrepe, ki so detektivom z zakonom izrecno prepovedani. Vendar vsako opazovanje, sledenje ali dokumentiranje s tehničnimi sredstvi ni prikrit preiskovalni ukrep. Diplomsko delo opredeljuje meje še zakonitega posega v zasebnost na področju opravljanja detektivske dejavnosti. Razvoj detektivske dejavnosti in problemi, ki so se pojavili v praksi pa kažejo na to, da je potrebno spremeniti zakon tako, da bo izrecno določal, na kakšen način lahko detektivi izvajajo svojo dejavnost, ter katere metode in sredstva lahko pri tem uporabljajo. Mednje prav gotovo sodijo tudi neposredno osebno zaznavanje ter uporaba tehničnih sredstev, ki so nujno potrebni za kvalitetno opravljanje detektivskih storitev.
Keywords:detektivska dejavnost, detektiv, pravica do zasebnosti, prikriti preiskovalni ukrepi, neupravičeno slikovno snemanje, tajno opazovanje
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[M. Petek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:34(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4213547 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ST4AP3JK
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Language:English
Title:DETECTIVE ACTIVITY AS PERMITTED/PROHIBITED ENCHROACHMENT ON PRIVACY AND ITS MEANING IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Abstract:This diploma thesis represents problems occurring in the field of investigative activities by which detectives and investigators prejudice the right to privacy, which is one of the constitutionally guaranteed fundamental human rights. Because of deficiencies in the law different interpretations of particular statutory provisions and filling different legal lacunae occur in practice. Detectives and investigators thus make use of certain methods and means, which are neither expressly allowed nor expressly prohibited by the law. Among the most controversial methods and such means are direct contractual observation as well as following and documenting by applying different technical means, which, inter alia, includes photographing and making videos, which is deemed as intrusion into personal privacy and for which certain institutions and individual believe that these are covertive investigative measures, which are strictly prohibited from being applied by detectives and investigators by law. However, every observation, following and documentation applying technical means is not considered as a covertive investigative measure. Our diploma thesis thus describes the boundaries of still statutory and legal intervention into individual's privacy in the field of implementing investigative activities. The development of investigative activity and problems that have arisen in the practice, however, indicate that it is necessary to change the law in such way as to expressly provide, how the detectives and investigators are allowed to carry out their activities as well as which methods and means can be used in pursuing this. These certainly include direct personal perception and use of technical means that are necessary for ensuring quality performance of investigative and detective services.
Keywords:investigative activity, detective, right to privacy, covertive investigative measures, unjustified imaging, covert surveillance


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