The Academy of Management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia summed up the international competition "Scientific Book", which is designed to popularize the results of research.
The winners of the international competition were the authors of the monograph "Forensic support for the investigation of embezzlement in the construction industry" - Vice-Rector of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Science, Candidate of Law, Associate Professor Alexander Yaskevich and Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Security, Candidate of Legal Science Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Desuk.
In the nomination “Actual issues of criminal law, criminology and criminology” a diploma of III degree was awarded to the authors of the militia university for the monograph “Problems of Prevention of Certain Types of Crime”, edited by Professor of the Department of Penal Law of the candidate of legal sciences, doctor of historical sciences, professor Valery Ananich . Representatives of various structural units of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs worked, including the following departments: administrative activities of the Department of Internal Affairs, constitutional and international law, criminalistics, operational search activities, tactical and special training, theory and history of state and law, criminal law and criminology , management bodies of internal affairs, economic security.
The best in this nomination was recognized the book “Peculiarities of investigation of illegal business activities in the field of agricultural products of plant origin” by the senior lecturer of the Krasnodar University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, PhD in Law, Police Major Vladimir Eremchenko.
In total, 16 educational organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, as well as universities of Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan took part in the international competition. The expert committee included leading Russian departmental scientists from the Academy of Management, Moscow University named after V.Ya.Kikot, All-Russian Research Institute and Institute for Advanced Studies. Considering the received works, the jury assessed the relevance of the research, the novelty, the depth and completeness of the development of the topic, the presence of conclusions and suggestions that are interesting for theory and practice, and their originality. Printed and electronic publications published over the past three years were included in the competition: monographs, reports and much more.
Anastasia Voinova, GIOS Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Photo author