|dc.description.abstract||This study discusses and tackles comparatively the proceedings ('proc'es verbals) of the judicial
police, where the theme of this study concentrates on the performance and fulfillment of these
proceedings as well as their legal importance of the public law suit.
The research includes an introduction to the proceedings ('proc'es verbals) and its history. The
study has been conducted in two chapters: the first chapter discusses the fulfillment or the
achievement of the judicial police 'proc'es verbals in respect of formal and informal conditions
and the types of 'proc'es verbals (proceedings). The second chapter clarifies the role of 'proc'es
verbals in establishing the validity with respect of authentication or cancellation.
The importance of 'proc'es verbals, written by judicial officers, comes from being emerged from
the pre‐trial stage. They write them during their work to prove the crime, to collect evidences
about it and to arrest or detain anyone who has relation to the crime. Here appears the vital
importance of this document not only as a means of proof, but also as a mechanism by which vast
authorities granted to the judicial police officers, have been exploited to achieve it.
The aim of this research is to be as a material that can be circulated in the scientific councils for
specialists. Therefore, the issue of judicial police 'proc'es verbals will not be restricted to the
judicial police officer, but it should be generalized on the educational level. The researcher
intends‐through his practical experience in the police field‐ to convey these experiences with their
details to an independent study by itself in order to become a common culture in the legal offices.
The importance of the research comes out from spotting some light on the subject of judicial
police proceedings to deal with them comparatively, depending on the legal provisions and
judicial resolutions issued in this context, and on the views of jurisprudence and its influence on
the law of Palestinian criminal procedures. It also depends on the comparative approach
wherever it finds room with the legislations of the other Arab and foreign countries until we reach
to a comprehensive definition for judicial police proceedings and its importance in the same time.
To serve the legal procedures, it may be necessary that every concerned party, either a judicial
police officer or a lawyer or even the prosecution should be introduced to this study to enrich the
material of criminal procedures.
In my research, I adopt the comparative analytical‐descriptive approach, which depends on
surveying the legal texts organized the subject of study, in addition to the views of scholars and
researchers as well as the comments on them. Then, I outweigh the right opinion mentioning the
evidence and the right legal logic.
For the limits of study, it discusses the proceedings of judicial police in the Palestinian Criminal
Procedures No.(3) for the year (2001) in comparison with other procedural legislations which
were in execution and valid before the Palestinian law was enacted, especially the Egyptian
Criminal Law and the Jordanian Criminal Trial Law, with reference to some other comparative
The study concludes with a lot of results and recommendations; the most important one is the
lack and the scarcity of legal texts related to the organization of judicial police proceedings in the
Palestinian Criminal Procedures Law. The researcher suggests that the Palestinian legislator
should work on laying out obvious and definite texts to organize proceedings in a manner that
ensures excellence and accuracy to be taken into account, for the privacy and the significance of
the judicial police proceedings in criminal evidence, where we commonly see that most of these
proceedings were organized and performed on judicial applications as well as on jurisprudence