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A Study on retaliatory crime (보복범죄에 관한 연구)

  • Kang, Maeng-Jin
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.237-238
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    • 2014
  • We can define as retaliatory crime avenge crime for crime statement, testimony, state of victimized, witness etc. of crimers related. In case of Republic of Korea, damages of retaliatory crimes are every year increasing and increasing ratio is high, Nevertheless, opposition for retaliatory is incomplete realities. This study is going to search for the opposition method with scrutinize of regulation for retaliary crimes.

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Legal System Reasearch Relating to Retaliatory Crime (보복범죄 관련 법제연구)

  • Kang, Maeng-Jin
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.179-187
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    • 2015
  • Social unrest from retaliatory crimes is increasingly becoming problematic. Recently, there was an accident involving a suspect who went to a hospital and committed acts of retaliatory violence 11 times. This person's reasoning was that he was imprisoned due to the hospital's reporting to the police. He was consequently arrested in Boeun Choongbook on December 27th 2014. Accidents like this one take place frequently around our surroundings. There are regulations and systems in place. Nevertheless, similar cases that continue to take place makes us wonder if criminal judicial systems work well. Lukewarm responses to retaliatory crimes is not only threatening social security, but also placing fears in the minds of ordinary citizens. If retaliatory crimes take place, most citizens become apprehensive about criminal judicial activities of the police and mistrust for criminal judicial system. This at times discourages people from reporting incidents and could eventually increase crime rate and cause various social problems. Even though there are legal and systemic control measures, retaliatory crime is an increasing trend. This study is going to examine tendencies of internal retaliatory crimes and discuss legal-systemical responses.

Study on Preventing Retaliation against Crime Victims (범죄피해자에 대한 보복범죄 방지 대책에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, KeeNam
    • Convergence Security Journal
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    • v.16 no.7
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    • pp.129-137
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    • 2016
  • The guarantee of citizens' safety from crime is the reason for a nation's existence according to the social contract, and it is also a salient task in securing the citizens' right to the pursuit of happiness, which is a constitutional right expressing the nation's duty to its citizens. First, a procedure must be made mandatory that corresponds to the Miranda rule applied during the arrest of criminal suspect, which verifies whether there exists a risk of retaliatory crime to the victim of crime, crime reporter, or witness following their report of a crime or testimony. A measure to punish those who violate this should be devised. The second is the improvement of related laws and systems, such as expanding the scope of persons subject to protection from retaliatory crimes under the current law and strengthening information protection. Third, a retaliatory crime risk evaluation index must be developed, and the evaluation results must be quantified to clearly state measures and responsibilities, in detail, for personal safety at each level of intensity. The fourth is the expanded implementation of proactive personal safety measures for victims of crime and witnesses, as well as the development and application of advanced techniques. The last is a change in the perception s of those working for the judicial body. From the initial investigation stage of the crime to the diagnosis regarding the possibility of retaliation perpetrated on an ex-convict through psychological tests, systems of general cooperation, and mutual assistance must be established.