The Analyse of “Modus Operandi” and It’s Role in the Revealing of the Authors of Pennal Dids of Fraud


  • Artan Hoxha
  • Aleks Prifti


Investigation itself puts its professional print on the investigator's psychology, developing his abilities, skills, interest and even other features, which shape the profile of a forensic investigator. The investigator is different from any other specialist, firstly because he is faced daily, with a lot of scenarios, people with different personalities, activities, the reasons of these activities, their consequences and their causes. The investigator is obliged to focus, relatively with ease and fastness in many situations and problems, focusing on them, analyze them deeply and objectively. The facts above mentioned allow the investigator to fast develop his skills within this main link and, based on them, to manage to discover the course of actions. This develops in him, the observation capacity, intuition, attention to details, a good memory, logical thinking and analysis. Throughout this paper, we shall present a few important aspects related to the investigator's psychology, subject of the criminal act, where we shall focus our attention of the investigator's psychology, psychology during the interrogation of the defendant, the investigator's psychology while interrogating the witness, but also the investigator self-control and its role in performing an investigation, all these seen through the critical eye of the professional. In the end, we shall present a few conclusions and recommendations for a complete and objective investigation.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2014.v3n4p21


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Hoxha, A., & Prifti, A. (2014). The Analyse of “Modus Operandi” and It’s Role in the Revealing of the Authors of Pennal Dids of Fraud. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 3(4), 21. Retrieved from



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