Optimisation of activities of the Czech Police related to dealing with crimes committed using mobile phones
Lieutenant Alena Chrastilová, M.A., Ph.D. student of the Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, Department of Economic Crime, SKPV Police of the Czech Republic (SKPV – criminal police services and investigations), Prague III
Dr. Zdeněk Kovařík, CSc., Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, Department of Science and Research
The presented article publishes some selected findings from the research related to optimising the activities of the Police of the Czech Republic in dealing with crimes committed while using mobile phones. It provides the records needed to make a decision whilst verifying of the impact of the motivation of a selective set policemen in relation to self-education in digital technologies. The research assumption is verified using an index of substantive significance for the interval variables, namely Cohen’s “d”. These records indicate that the motivation of the policemen of the selection set in relation to self-education in the field of digital technologies represents one of the main subjective prerequisites for optimising the work of the Police of the Czech Republic in dealing with crimes committed while using mobile phones.
Keywords: Evidence; mobile phone, argumentation, digital trace; electronic evidence; criminal proceedings; law enforcement authority, electronic evidence, research assumption, substantive significance, index of substantive significance for interval variables.