The history of the teaching and methodical management as a subdivision of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which provides for the organization and coordination of scientific and methodological work and educational activities in the institution of education, begins in December 1975 with the formation of the educational department of the Minsk Higher School of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs. By that time, considerable experience was accumulated in the organization of the educational process in the correspondence form of obtaining education, methodological support of the taught academic disciplines, and the traditions of control and analytical work were laid down.
By the beginning of the first classes with listeners of the day-time form of training (September 1, 1976) the department was fully staffed. It worked VA. Kuchinsky (deputy head of the department), V.N. Batin, V.A. Dolgonyuk, L.A. Lukashuk, G.D. Moiseev, V.N. Chernikov. Over time, the composition of staff was replenished by such workers as V.V. Sergienya, L.I. Matenkov, and by 1983 the number of certified employees of the training department reached 16 people, among which were Vasyuchenok VM, Zabelova LV, Kashevsky AV, Korolevich AA, etc. Drawing on the normative and educational- methodical base of the Academy of the Ministry of the Interior of the USSR, the staff of the educational department began to form the basis for the organization of the educational process in the Minsk Higher School, using, among other things, the experience of higher schools of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs.
A distinctive feature of the organization of the educational process in the Minsk Higher School of the Ministry of the Interior of the USSR was a new methodology for the current planning of training sessions, introduced at the initiative of the training department, - drawing up a schedule of day-by-day training sessions on the basis of developed schedules for the passage of academic subjects for a semester, allowing for interdependence taught in the semester of academic disciplines.
In 1984, the teaching department of the Minsk Higher School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR was the first to create a pedagogical skill cabinet. It included a training room equipped with a set of technical training aids, as well as a sound, television and video broadcasting system that allows recording and reproducing information about the course of the training. In the office there were four permanent stands, a large fund of educational-methodical and scientific-pedagogical literature, a card file of normative acts for higher education, and educational films.