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Air Marshal’s Investigation Power’s Research in Dealing with Hijacking Criminals

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The power of investigation refers to the country’s investigation organ and investigators in order to achieve the purpose of the investigation: in accordance with legal procedures, using special investigative means to carry out the investigation activities of power. As the youngest police classification in China, Chinese air marshal is the important member that first faces the hijacking suspects, and the effective implementation of its investigation right is crucial on how to identify, investigate and prevent the hijacking behavior. This paper, using empirical analysis, comparative analysis and other research methods, aims to analyze and discuss how to overcome the defects of current Chinese air marshal’s investigation power existing in the hijacking in criminal cases, in order to obtain the earliest direct investigation clue, find the suspect, define the direction and determine the specific target of investigation, and then puts forward the conception and suggestion of some reform.

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Zhang, X. (2015) Air Marshal’s Investigation Power’s Research in Dealing with Hijacking Criminals. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 171-179. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.33026.

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