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Head of the chair

Yury YUBKO

PhD, associate professor

 

Address: 220005, Minsk, Bagration str., 85, room 406
Telephones: +375-17-245-52-42, +375-17-245-53-43
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The Chair of criminal investigation was established by the Order of the Interior Ministry of the Republic of Belarus No. 402 on December 16, 2005. It started its work on September 1, 2006.

Preparation of specialists is carried out for the qualification 24 01 02 “Legal sciences” (specialization 24 01 02 03 “Forensic, procuratorial and investigative activities”).


In order to improve the practical component of training most of the classes conducted by the lecturers of the chair are practical. The cadets learn to take correct procedural decisions, to plan the investigation of criminal cases, to maintain and consolidate the results of the investigation process, to work with traces at the crime scene.

Each year the chair conducts investigative exercises during which cadets learn to investigate criminal offences according to proposed scenarios under the guidance of the lecturers.

The chair actively cooperates with the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Belarus. Practical staff are invited to carry out certain educational activities, to share experiences of criminal investigation and are involved in taking examinations and credits.


Serious attention is paid to scientific and research work, to enhancing its efficiency and quality. Scientific achievements are used to improve the quality of training of highly skilled specialists. The results of research work are implemented in the educational process and in the practical activities of internal affairs bodies.

The scientific circle of cadets operates at the chair. Its members discuss the most pressing problems of the modern science and practice pre-trial proceedings.


Subjects taught at the chair:
for the full-time cadets:
  1. Investigation of separate types of crimes;
  2. Investigation of crimes in the sphere of economy;
  3. Investigation of road accidents;
  4. Investigation of crimes in the sphere of high technologies;
for the extra-mural students:
  1. Investigation of road accidents;
  2. Investigation of separate types of crimes;
  3. Investigation of crimes in the sphere of economy;
  4. Investigation of crimes in the sphere of high technologies;
  5. Preliminary investigation;
  6. Criminalistic support of a preliminary investigation;

at the faculty of advanced studies and retraining:

  1. Organization of operational and investigative activities and preliminary investigation;
  2. Management of preliminary investigation;
  3. Theory and practice of management.

The discipline “Investigation of crime: contemporary issues and methodologies” is delivered to post graduate students.