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Понеділок, 17 травня 2021 12:46

LvSUIA Solemn Academy was held on the occasion of the Day of Science

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a Solemn Academy of permanent staff of the university on the occasion of the Day of Scienc. The scientists were congratulated on the holiday, presented with awards and distinctions for professional merits and achievements. The moderator of the event was Olha BALYNSKA, LvSUIA Vice-Rector.

Roman BLAHUTA, LvSUIA Rector, addressed the audience with a welcoming speech. I express my gratitude and admiration for your work. Higher education is not possible without quality scientific support. Thats why on Science Day we traditionally remember your achievements, we honor our scientists. Over the past year, you have prepared a large number of educational literature, research, monographs and dissertations, participated in the development and examination of regulations, worked with students of our university. Therefore, it is safe to say that, despite the difficult working conditions during the pandemic, the high level of our joint scientific activities has not changed,said the head of the university.

According to the results of scientific work in 2020, the university held a competition for the title of Best Scientist and Best Department. According to the results of the competition, the title of Best Department of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs based on the results of scientific work in 2020was awarded to the Department of Operative and Investigative Activities of Faculty № 2, the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology of Faculty № 1 and the Department of Management of the Institute of Management, Psychology and Security.

In the nomination Doctor of Sciences I place was taken by Zinaida ZHIVKO, Professor of the Department of Management at the Institute of Management, Psychology and Security; II place - Viacheslav NAVROTSKY, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, Faculty № 1; III place - Vasyl FRANCHUK, LvSUIA Vice-Rector.

In the nomination Candidate of Sciences the winner was Ihor FEDCHAK, Associate Professor of The Department of Operative-Search Activity of Faculty № 2; II place - Myroslav KOVALIV, Head of the Department of Administrative and Legal Disciplines of the Institute of Law; III place - Halina LYALYUK, Associate Professor of Theoretical Psychology, Institute of Management, Psychology and Security.

In the nomination Researcher I place was won by Roksolana ZAPOTICHNA, Lecturer at the Department of Foreign Languages and Culture of Professional Broadcasting of Faculty № 2; II place - Volodimir HOBELA, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Management, Institute of Management, Psychology and Security; III place - Lyudmila BALUSHKA, Lecturer at the Department of Special Physical Training of Faculty № 2.

Reporting Scientific Conference also was held on the occasion of Science Day. Its moderator was Olha BALYNSKA, LvSUIA Vice-Rector. Heads of faculties and institutes reported on the success of scientific & pedagogical staff and congratulated everyone on their professional holiday.

Webinar on Event Management was held at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. Svetla PETROVA, a counselor-coach of the regional office of the EUAM in Lviv region, told LvSUIA cadets about the nuances of the militiaman's work during the inspection of the consequences of the criminal event.

The class focused on various concepts of policing at the crime scene: “First of all, management is the protection of the scene for the investigation and analysis of the criminal scene. Secondly, it is, in fact, a collection of documents and evidence for the implementation of investigative actions,said Svetla PETROVA.

During the webinar, she also talked about the specific stages of work at the scene, the powers of law enforcement and the consequences of his/her improper activities, as well as asked cadets interactive questions.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a scientific-practical Web conference Management and Security: Theoretical and Applied Aspects. The event was timed to the 15th anniversary of the Department of Management and was held remotely via Zoom platform.

Scientists from leading universities of Ukraine, representatives of public organizations, companies, unions, as well as Lviv Regional Council, Department of Education and Science of Lviv Regional State Administration, Research Forensic Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Ivano-Frankivsk joined the conference.

In addition, the event was attended by LvSUIA international colleagues from universities in Brazil, the Philippines, Indonesia, India, Thailand and Slovakia.

Olha BALYNSKA, LvSUIA Vice-Rector, addressed the audience with a welcoming speech.

Today's event is very important and it demonstrates the number and quality of participants we see in front of us.

The Vice-Rector noted that during these 15 years the Department of Management has established cooperation with higher education institutions both in the field of training of security specialists and in the field of development of scientific research and achievements.

We sincerely wish this department growth, but it is especially nice to welcome our foreign colleagues, because thanks to them that this event has gained international status, said the professor.

Olha BALYNSKA also thanked foreign colleagues who found an opportunity to join this scientific event. She noted that today's conference is intended to be a good fruitful dialogue and a platform for constructive discussions.

After that, the Director of LvSUIA Institute of Management, Psychology and Security Viacheslav BLIKHAR had a welcoming speech.

Vasyl FRANCHUK, Vice-Rector of the University, also greeted the participants of the Internet conference.

YANKIV Myron, Rector of the Lviv Institute of Management, also joined the congratulations. He stressed that today's topic is becoming more relevant for our country every day.

The work of the conference was built in several directions. Current issues of management and security activities in the context of today's globalization challenges were discussed during the online meeting. It was about organizational and managerial aspects of ensuring the economic security of enterprises. Participants also discussed the topic of socio-psychological and legal aspects of security activities. In addition, they talked about the financial security of the state and businesses.

Particularly, participants spoke about the development and formation of an intellectual system for assessing the impact of spirituality on human life; reforming the forestry management system of Ukraine; controlling in the system of local self-government, cybersecurity of modern consumption and much more.

It is planned to organize a collection of scientific materials according to the results of the scientific event.

Agreement on scientific and educational cooperation between the Institute of Law of the Lviv State University of Internal Affairs and the Faculty of Law of the University of Trnava (Slovak Republic) was signed at LvSUIA. The event was held online. It was attended by LvSUIA Rector Roman BLAHUTA, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Slovak Republic Yuriy MUSHKA, Director of the Institute of Law Ivan KRASNYTSKY, Associate Professor of the Institute of Law Oksana BRONEVYTSKA, Dean of the Faculty of Law of Trnava University Andrea OLSZOWSKA and her deputy Peter MESAROS and Mikaela MORAVCHIKOVA.

Roman BLAHUTA, LvSUIA Rector, had a welcoming speech: “We are pleased to turn a new page in cooperation with Trnava University. Realizing the right to academic freedom, the Institute of Law today has the opportunity to conclude an important agreement on cooperation with the Faculty of Law of Trnava University in the implementation of educational programs.”

Ambassador of Ukraine to the Slovak Republic Yuriy MUSHKA addressed the participants of the event with words of support.

“I would like the rule of law to prevail in our countries due to the cooperation of educational institutions. Future of Ukraine depends, first of all, on how we will educate and train students. So I wish everyone fruitful cooperation and I hope that this is the beginning of a great work”, he said.

“I am very glad that both faculties have agreed to cooperate in the scientific field; I hope that our joint work will promote the academic mobility of students from both countries. Our faculty has a friendly atmosphere, so I’m convinced that the representatives of your institution will feel at home at Trnava University”, said Andrea OLSZOWSKA, Dean of the Faculty of Law of Trnava University.

The Dean of the Faculty thanked Aliona DUTKO, Deputy Director of LvSUIA Institute of Law, for the initiative in cooperation between the two universities.

“I want to assure you that the staff of our Institute will make every effort to ensure that our cooperation is not formal but real. We are interested in sharing experiences with our foreign partners, so I’m convinced that our partnership will be useful for both institutions - both teachers and students. I hope that we are approaching the end of the pandemic and with its end we will be able to establish personal contacts, implementing the projects we dream of”, said Ivan KRASNYTSKY, Director of the Institute of Law.

Peter MESAROS and Mikaela MORAVCHIKOVA, Deputy Deans of the Faculty of Law of Trnava University, also greeted the participants.

The subject of the agreement is joint scientific and educational activities in the field of training and retraining of management staff and teaching staff, as well as other activities within the framework of domestic legislation and international agreements. The agreement also provides for cooperation through participation in bilateral and multilateral international student exchange programs (ERASMUS + and others), joint research, organization of international conferences, symposia, congresses and other research activities, involvement of staff in practical activities and research, organization of summer schools for students and so on.

The signing of the agreement opens the prospects for academic mobility for students of the Institute of Law within the framework of the European Legal Studies program.

Понеділок, 17 травня 2021 12:35

EUAM adviser told the cadets about Polish expert service system

Webinar on The system of expert service in Poland was held at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. Pavel KARNAS, an employee of the European Union Advisory Mission in Kyiv, told the third-year cadets of the №1 and №2 faculties about the most important institutions of the Polish judicial system.

According to the expert, there is a forensic laboratory in every Polish voivodeship that investigates crimes. The main research institution is the Institute of Forensic Science in Kraków, which supervises laboratories in other regions of Poland and is a member of the European network of forensic institutions.

Pavel KARNAS compared the legal aspects of criminology in Poland and Ukraine. In particular, on the example of the Criminal Procedure Code and the Constitution of Ukraine, the EUAM adviser showed that the forensic system of our country has both advantages and certain disadvantages.

 

At the end of the lesson Pavel KARNAS answered the cadets questions comprehensively and wished them success in their studies. It is worth noting that the event took place as part of a series of webinars from the European Union Advisory Mission in Ukraine and was initiated by LvSUIA Department of Education and Practical Training.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a webinar onPolice-Community Interaction - Building Trust. Jan DANCO and Felix GAUTSCH, advisers-trainers of the European Union Advisory Mission to Ukraine, told the cadets about practical tools that can increase the level of public confidence in the police.

During the seminar, speakers focused on what trust is and provided specific advice on police communication with citizens. When people trust you, they feel more comfortable in your presence. It is very important for law enforcement officers to gain such trust, because the police cannot exist without the approval of the community, ” Jan DANCO said during the webinar. He also introduced the cadets to 9 principles of Robert PEEL, British policeman who worked on the implementation of the idea of cooperation between law enforcement and citizens.

After that, Felix GAUTSCH presented a scheme in the form of a pyramid, which consists of steps that are important in building relationships with the community.

EUAM representatives also acquainted the cadets with many nuances of community policing. For example, they explained that the police must respond to the needs of the community, work together with residents to prevent crime.

 

Victoria NADURAK, a second-year cadet at the Faculty №1 of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, won second place in the All-Ukrainian competition of student research papers. The cadet's research was presented in the specialty Theory and history of state and law; history of political and legal doctrines; philosophy of law.

The competition was held on the basis of Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs. Participants of the second round presented their works at the final scientific-practical conference. The event was joined by 20 young scientists from 13 institutions of higher education in Ukraine. In total, more than 60 scientific papers from 34 universities were submitted to participate in the second round of the competition.

Victoria NADURAK presented her research on Ensuring the implementation of the rule of law in the administration of justice. Supervisor Associate Professor of Theory of Law, Constitutional and Private Law, Faculty №1 Natalia FEDINA.

The relevance of my research is that there are significant problems with the rule of law in Ukraine, which create instability of state power, lack of proper access to justice, impartial and fair court, increasing corruption, which leads to violations of fundamental human and civil rights and freedoms”, said Victoria NADURAK.

In addition, she noted that the principle of the rule of law is one of the leading components of the general system of principles of any modern democratic state governed by the rule of law. It embodies a combination of ideas such as freedom, equality, justice and humanism. That's why I chose this area of research”.

Четвер, 06 травня 2021 17:11

Two dissertations were successfully defended at LvSUIA

Dissertations for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the field of knowledge 081 Law in the specialty Law” were defended at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. Rostyslav BORYSLAVSKY presented his research at the discretion of the Specialized Scientific Council.

Topic of the dissertation was Differentiation of criminal liability for destruction or damage of property under the criminal law of Ukraine. The scientific supervisor was Taras SOZANSKY, Candidate of Law, Docent, Associate Professor of the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology of LvSUIA Faculty №1.

Rostyslav BORYSLAVSKY's dissertation is the first in Ukraine systematic and complex research of differentiation of criminal liability for destruction or damage of property under the criminal law of Ukraine.

On the same day, Mykhailo STYRANKA presented his work on Criminal-legal characteristics of separatism in Ukraine”. The scientific supervisor of the dissertation was Halyna YAREMKO, Candidate of Law, Docent, Associate Professor of the Department of Criminal Law at LvSUIA Institute of Law.

Mykhailo STYRANKA's work is a study in which systematic reassessment of the criminal law protection of the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine was carried out in the conditions of aggravation of the factors threatening the above-mentioned legal relations. “My work is characterized by a thorough approach to the concept of separatism, a view on the protection of territorial integrity and inviolability, as well as the territorial structure of the state as a system of legal requirements to ensure the preservation of such social relations”, said Mykhailo STYRANKA.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs hosted a scientific-practical seminar Overcoming the emotional burnout syndrome. Event was held remotely on the online platform ZOOM. The seminar had a clear application orientation and brought together four masterclasses by well-known practicing psychologists.

LvSUIA Rector Roman BLAHUTA addressed the participants of the seminar with a welcoming speech.

Today we will hold not just a scientific event, but a training seminar on the problems, causes and prevention of emotional burnout, said the Head of the university. This issue is more relevant than ever in terms of the socio-economic situation in the country. Success of the work of employees of different departments depends on how well psychologists will be able to implement their knowledge and skills. This is also important in the context of training higher education students, which will enable them to use these practical skills in their work.

Head of the Department of Practical Psychology of LvSUIA Institute of Management Halyna KATOLYK also addressed the audience. She stressed that today everyone is talking about the emotional burnout syndrome. The psychologist noted that at present there are many different studies of this phenomenon, because over the past 30 years there has been a significant increase in the number of patients seeking help in this area.

After the congratulatory part, participants of the scientific event were divided into online classrooms, where scientific and pedagogical staff of the Institute of Management, Psychology and Security - psychotherapists, trainers, consultants - conducted workshops.

In the first room was hosted an event called Using the method of nonviolent communication in overcoming emotional burnout. The masterclass was conducted by associate professors of LvSUIA Department of Theoretical Psychology, practicing psychologists-consultants, hypnologists, coaches Natalia and Vitaliy KARPENKO.

Another training was conducted using the techniques of Professional Credo, Me and Job”, Kaleidoscope of Emotions and Fifth Floor. This masterclass was conducted by the Head of the Department of Practical Psychology, practicing specialist, psychologist-psychotherapist of psychoanalytic orientation Halyna KATOLYK and senior lecturer of this department, specialist in working with metaphorical maps, polygraph specialist Natalia KALKA.

In the third room, Head of the Department of Theoretical Psychology, member of the NGO Ukrainian Association of Family Psychologists Zoriana KOVALCHUK conducted a master class using neurography.

In the fourth room was hosted an event with the usage of methods of art therapy and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy. It was conducted by Oksana KHRYSTUK, Associate Professor of Theoretical Psychology, practical psychologist and psychotherapist in the field of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, and Olha UHRYN, Associate Professor of Theoretical Psychology, certified specialist in Art Therapy.

The event was moderated by Zoryana KISIL, Deputy Director of the Institute of Management, Psychology and Security, and Yevhen KARPENKO, Associate Professor of the Department of Practical Psychology.

It should be noted that scientists from various higher education institutions, as well as practicing psychologists joined the seminar. Particularly, the event was attended by representatives of the Personnel Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs, Dnipro State University of Internal Affairs, Odesa State University of Internal Affairs, Lviv State University of Life Safety, Bohdan Khmelnytsky National Academy of State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, National Academy of the Security Service of Ukraine and the National Academy of Land Forces named after Hetman Petro Sagaidachny.

Lviv State University of Internal Affairs co-organized international conference Documents - Security and Control, Tactical Work.

Event was held online as part of Norwegian project implemented in Poland to increase the effectiveness of the fight against crime, in particular human trafficking. The project envisages improving the competence of police officers and representatives of other services to control the authenticity of documents and identify the facts of forgery.

Delegates from various organizations and institutions from Poland, as well as foreign partners law enforcement officers from the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Estonia, Slovakia, Hungary, the Netherlands, Turkey and Cyprus joined the international conference.

LvSUIA was represented by the Rector Roman BLAHUTA and Associate Professor of the Department of Criminal Procedure and Criminology of the Faculty №1 Yevhen PRYAKHIN.

Yevhen PRYAKHIN was also one of the speakers at the event. He gave a presentation on the topic of population registration and identification management in Ukraine. Particularly, he drew attention to the main problems related to registration and accounting of citizens.

In addition, conference participants discussed how to effectively combat the theft of personal data and the use of forged documents.