In the present article assumptions of the theory concept of forensic crime, which were developed in the forensic science is being analyzed. In the study, author shows possibility of the theory of systems using for the construction of the concept of forensic crime. Author distributes systems theory on money laundering by the alius. Author examined structure of forensic money laundering by alius and described elements of the structure, their internal and external relationships and patterns, as well as mechanisms to ensure its integrity. Author suggests the following set of elements of money laundering by alius: object of direct attacks, subject of the attacks, physical attacks on the activity of the subject of money laundering by alius, mental activity of the subject of infringement, facts, consequences of money laundering by alius, time and place of money laundering other persons, public danger and wrongfulness of the act. During the study, author starts the discussion, as the starting positions allow us to consider money laundering as a complex system that has a "mechanism", ensuring its integrity and diverse types of bonds. Author notes that in the absence of this complex system, at least one of these elements is the complete destruction of the whole system of crime (lack of it). In conclusion, author proposes the concept of forensic money laundering by alius. Presented forensic structure of money laundering by alius and description of the elements of the structure, as well as their internal and external relationships and patterns, what gives the practitioners a chance to have a full picture of the crime and, therefore, to navigate freely in the initial information on the crime and to understand it correctly.
crime, criminalistic characteristics, legalization, criminal income, investigation, systems theory, system approach.