“If the projectile or mine did not detonate, it does not mean that you are safe”;
“Investigative actions are carried out after eliminating the danger from unexploded warheads and their submunitions”;
“If the shelling was carried out recently, it is mandatory to record all the points of arrival and their coordinates to determine the place from where the shelling was carried out.”
On October 12, prosecutors were able to learn more about the peculiarities of conducting an inspection of the scene of the incident during the investigation of shelling on civilian objects at the training “Conducting an inspection of the scene of the incident and other priority investigative actions during the investigation of attacks (shelling) on civilian objects” from representatives of the interdepartmental working group group at the Office of the Prosecutor General.
The experts shared their practical experience regarding the peculiarities of conducting an inspection of the scene of the incident – the consequences of air and missile strikes, artillery shelling. And they also talked about:
– application in practice of the latest methods of determining the type of weapons used to fire, likely directions of fire, determining the radius of damage of a specific type of weapon;
– differences in primary investigative actions depending on the type of weapon used to strike;
– security measures during primary investigative actions related to shelling;
– peculiarities of recording and inspecting the scene of the consequences of the combat use of unmanned aircraft systems.
The training took place in a hybrid format – online and offline modes, in order to increase the number of participants and so that everyone could directly participate in the discussion of problematic issues that are of most interest to prosecutors during the implementation of procedural management in such types of criminal offenses.
From the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the russian federation until today, the team of the Prosecutor’s Training Center of Ukraine has not stopped conducting trainings for prosecutors and civil servants of prosecutor’s offices on the most relevant topics.