The leadership of the high-tech crime detection department (Office "K") is actively involved in conducting classes with cadets, inspiring them to do what they love.
If for the majority autumn is a time of rains and spleen, then it’s not for our future graduates studying in the field of operational and official activities “Combating cybercrime and computer intelligence”. For them, this is a time of comprehension of a new, hidden from most eyes, world of computer technology, where incredibly complex and dangerous crimes are revealed. This is a relatively new line of performance for a simple layman shrouded in a veil of secrecy. What is happening in this world of high technology, where criminals are constantly improving in the forms and methods of committing crimes, and employees are proactive in developing advanced methods for solving and preventing crimes in the field of high technologies?
Thanks to the active and purposeful work of the departments of legal informatics and the operative-search activities of the Faculty of Militia, together with the leadership of the high-tech crime detection department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus (Office "K"), future graduates are able to feel ownership of this incredible profession. The management leadership takes an active part not only in the development of theoretical material for training future professionals, but also actively engages in conducting classes with cadets, motivating and inspiring to do what they love. So, incredibly interesting and useful both from the point of view of theory and practice, lectures, seminars and practical exercises were held by the head of the department, police colonel Vadim Ustinovich, his deputy police lieutenant colonel Vladimir Zaitsev, police lieutenant colonel Kirill Vyatkin, as well as the head of the second department of the second department Office "K" by Sergey Miruk. Also on the basis of the High-Tech Crime Detection Department of General Directorate of the Interior(Internal Affairs) of the Minsk City Executive Committee an off-site training session was held, which was held by the senior police officer of the High-Tech Crime Detection Department of General Directorate of the Interior(Internal Affairs) of the Minsk City Executive Committee, police lieutenant colonel Luponosov S.A., which examined in detail the possibilities of searching for signs of illegal activity on the Internet.
Based(according to) on the results of the classes held, a discussion was held on further improving the teaching of academic disciplines in this direction and the organization of scientific activity in this direction. Indeed, experts inspired by their profession do not even think to stop there.
P.S. To be continued...