On the development of the socio-psychological (forensic) portrait of the "Quarantine" criminal
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Universidad de Granada
IsolationCoronavirusCybercrimeThe identity of the criminalPsychological statesPortraits
Kalyuga K.V., Pokataev P.S., Lukashevych V.G., Hryshyna T.A., Pavlenko I.O. (2021). On the development of the socio-psychological (forensic) portrait of the "Quarantine" criminal. Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 12(1). 82 – 88.. [DOI: 10.47750/jett.2021.12.01.011]
The announced problems did not arise today from scratch. It seemed that in modern society, with its developed system of hygiene, medicine, sanitary and epidemiological measures for the prevention of diseases (prevention, vaccination, etc.), the mass and uncontrolled spread of dangerous infectious diseases that covered not only local areas, but and entire countries, remained only in the memories of the distant past. But! As it turned out, the existing means of control were not enough, and now a new coronavirus with the code name - COVID-19 is rapidly spreading around the world and the spread of which is determined by the WHO pandemic. One of the measures to combat the spread of the virus was the isolation of citizens and, accordingly, a decrease of their activity. But the activity of criminals has not decreased - on the contrary, new circumstances give them the opportunity to more effectively carry out their actions. Therefore, the development of a typical psychological (criminalistic) portrait of a criminal with a conditional name - “quarantine”, seems relevant and promising. Against the backdrop of outbreaks of coronavirus, more and more people do not part with medical masks, respirators. Although the mask provides some protection against infection, it significantly complicates the process of biometric authentication, which complicates the work of even artificial intelligence technologies.