Typical Methods of Illegal Logging (Based on Materials from the Russian Federation and Mongolia)
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Amarsaikhan Manlai Post-graduate of Training of Scientific and Scientific-Pedagogical Personnel, police major
Management Academy of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia
Moscow, Russian Federation
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The relevance: caused by the significant increase in recent years in Mongolia the number of annually recorded crimes of illegal logging, as well as the increased risk of these crimes. The regulation of nature conservation in both Mongolia and Russia at present and the liability for illegal traffic in illegally logged wood. The purpose: a comparative analysis of the methods of illegal logging in Mongolia and the Russian Federation, as well as an analysis of legal regulation. To develop a proposal for further improvement of the legal regulation of criminal liability for illegal logging in Mongolia. The methods: The methodological basis of the study was the general dialectical method of cognition, contributing to a systematic and diverse examination of the specifics of committing crimes in the field of illegal logging. In addition, in the research process, description methods, generalization, and comparison were used. The conclusion: The author concludes that the typical methods of illegal logging of forest stands in Mongolia and the Russian Federation have great similarities and important forensic significance for the formation of a methodology for investigating crimes of this category. At the same time, the criminal law regulation of liability for illegal timber trade in Mongolia requires improvement and the use of such regulation according to the experience of the Russian Federation.
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investigation of crimes, illegal logging, comparative analysis of legal regulation, illegal logging investigation methodology, methods of crime.