Management of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus

Бачила Владимир Владимирович

The head of the Academy of the MIA

Vladimir Bachila

Major-General of the militia
Candidate of Juridical Science, Associate Professor

Brief Background

After army service, Vladimir Bachila entered the Lenin Belarusian State University on the Faculty of Law, which he graduated in 1987. From 1991 to 1994 he studied at the postgraduate military course of the Moscow Higher School of Militia of the MIA of the Russian Federation.

Vladimir Bachila serves in the internal affairs bodies since 1988. He started his service as a senior expert, an engineer-inspector of the line department forensic group of internal affairs at the Minsk station. In 1989–1991 he worked as an engineer-inspector at the high forensic department of the Belarusian DIA on transport of the MIA of the USSR. In 1994–199, after completing his postgraduate military course, Vladimir worked as a lecturer, a senior lecturer, an associate professor of the department of detective work and crime detection at the Academy of the MIA. In 1999–2003 he worked as a head of the department of detective work and crime detection of the criminal militia faculty, which later was renamed into the department of the detective activity of the Academy of the MIA. In 2003–2004 he was a deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for an academic work. In 2004–2010 he worked as the head of the personnel training department of the General Personnel Department of the MIA. Since March, 2010 Vladimir Bachila heads the Academy of the MIA.

In March 2016, he was elected as vice-president of the International Association of Police Academies (INTERPA).

Vladimir is the author of more than 200 scientific works on detective themes. The most significant works are monographs and textbooks on the organization and tactics of detective activities, and the use of special equipment by the law-enforcement bodies. He prepared two candidates of science.

He awarded with the 1st, 2nd, 3rd classes medal for irreproachable service, jubilee and commemorative medals, and with award pin "Honorable officer of the MIA". Moreover he has other merit awards.

Alexey Bashan

The first deputy head of the Academy of the MIA

Alexey Bashan

Colonel of militia
Candidate of Juridical Science, Associate Professor
Honorable officer of the MIA of the Republic of Belarus

Brief Background

In 1997, Alexey Bashan graduated with honor from the Academy of the MIA. In 2005 he completed his postgraduate study in the pedagogical faculty of the Academy of the MIA.

He serves in the internal affairs bodies since 1993. He started his service as a cadet of the Academy of the MIA. In 1997–2002, after graduating from the Academy, he worked as a detective, a senior detective, a senior detective for important cases at the Minsk departments of the Committee for Combating Organized Crime and Corruption of the MIA. In 2005–2010, after completing his postgraduate military course, he worked as a lecturer, a senior lecturer, an associate professor at the department of the detective activity of the Academy of the MIA. In 2010–2013 he worked as the deputy head of the department of the detective activity, and in 2013–2014 he headed the department. In September 2014, he was promoted to the post of the first deputy head of the Academy of the MIA.

Alexey Bashan is the deputy chairman of the teaching and methodical association of high educational institutions of the Republic of Belarus for law enforcement education, a member of the scientific and methodical council for the group of specialties "Law" of the humanitarian education association, a chairman of the scientific and methodical council of the Academy of the MIA. Since 2006, he is a member of the scientific council of the Scientific and Practical Center for strengthening the law and order of the General Prosecutor’s Office. Since 2014 Alexey participates in the work of the council of the special fund of the President of the Republic of Belarus for the social support of gifted students. In 2015, he was included in the Expert Council №8 of the High Attestation Commission of the Republic of Belarus in the legal sciences.

He published more than 70 scientific and methodical works, including the monograph "Corruption: Theory and Practice of Counteraction", two manuals "Detective activity of Internal Affairs Bodies" and "Anti-Corruption", two practical manuals "Prevention, detection and investigation of crimes in the sphere of economy and banking" and "Peculiarities of offenses detection and crime investigation in the field of intellectual property", a course of lectures "Economic crimes investigation", guidelines on the identification and documentation of bribery.

Alexey Bashan awarded with the 2nd, 3rd classes medal for irreproachable service, jubilee and commemorative medals. Moreover he has other merit awards.

Alexander Yaskevich

The Vice-Rector of the Academy of the MIA for Scientific Work

Alexander Yaskevich

Colonel of militia in reserve
Candidate of Juridical Science, Associate Professor

Brief Background

In 1983 Alexander Yaskevich graduated from Kirov Belarusian Institute of Technology. In 1988 he completed Kharkov High Courses of the MIA of the USSR. In 1995 he graduated from Belarusian institute of jurisprudence. In 1996 he completed his postgraduate study at the scientific department of the Academy of the MIA, in 2004 – the higher doctorate at the pedagogical faculty of the Academy. In 2014–2016, he retrained at the Republican Institute of high school in the specialty "Economic Theory".

Alexander serves in the internal affairs bodies since 1987. He started his service as a cadet of Kharkov High Courses of the MIA of the USSR. In 1988–1993 he worked as a detective in the department of the Minsk Central District Department. In 1993 he was a detective in the department for combating economic crimes of Minsk Executive Committee. In 1996–1998, after completing his postgraduate military course, he worked as a lecturer, a senior lecturer at the department of detective work and crime detection of the criminal militia faculty. In 1998–2000 he was a deputy head of the research department, the head of the higher doctorate and the postgraduate military course. In 2000–2001 he was the head of the research department of the Academy of the MIA. In 2004–2005, after completing the higher doctorate, he worked as a professor at the department of the detective activity. In 2005–2010 he was a deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for scientific work. In 2011–2015 he headed the department of economic security of the Academy. In 2015 he was promoted to the post of the vice-rector of the Academy of the MIA for scientific work.

Alexander Yaskevich is a deputy chairman of the scientific council of the Academy of the MIA, a member of the State Expert Council №11 of human, society and state security. In 2005–2010 and since 2015 he is a deputy chairman of the council for thesis defense.

He is the author of more than 100 scientific works, including 7 monographs. He prepared 5 candidates of legal science.

Alexander Yaskevich awarded with the 3rd classes medal for irreproachable service, jubilee and commemorative medals. Moreover he has other merit awards.

Брисюк Александр Антонович

The deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for ideological work and staffing

Alexander Brisyuk

Colonel of militia

Brief Background

In 1994 Alexander Brisyuk graduated from the Belarusian Pedagogical University in the specialty "Physics". In 2009 he graduated from the Academy of Management under the President of the Republic of Belarus in the specialty "Personnel Management".

Alexander serves in the internal affairs bodies since 1995. He started his service as an inspector of the registration work at the Logoisk District Department. In 1995–2002, he worked as a senior inspector and then as a head of the personnel department. In 2002–2010 he was the head assistant of the staff work department, as the first deputy head of the personnel department. In 2010–2013 he worked as a deputy head of the ideological work department of Minsk DIA. In 2013, he was promoted to the post of the deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for ideological work and staffing.

Alexander Brisyuk awarded with the 2nd, 3rd classes medal for irreproachable service, jubilee and commemorative medals. Moreover he has other merit awards.

Кравченко Александр Александрович

The deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for International Cooperation, the head of the International Training Center for training and retraining in the field of migration and combating trafficking in human beings

Alexander Kravchenko

Colonel of militia

Brief Background

In 1999 Alexander Kravchenko graduated from the Military Academy, in 2008 – the Academy of the MIA. In 2015 he completed his graduate course of the faculty of extramural tuition of the Academy. In 2007 he graduated from the Academy of Management under the President of the Republic of Belarus in the specialty "International Relations".

Since 2001 Alexander worked as a senior inspector at the international affairs department of MIA. In 2002–2004 he was a senior inspector at the bilateral relations department of international cooperation administration. Since 2004, he worked as a senior inspector of organizational work department, a senior inspector of organizational work and international cooperation department at the Academy of the MIA. In 2009–2013 Alexander headed the international cooperation department. Since 2013, he is the head of the International Training Center for training and retraining in the field of migration and combating trafficking in human beings. Since 2017 he is the deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for International Cooperation.

Alexander Kravchenko awarded with the 2nd, 3rd classes medal for irreproachable service, jubilee and commemorative medals. Moreover he has other merit awards.

Valery Zhvansky

Deputy Head of the Academy of the MIA for the marching

Valery Zhvansky

Colonel of militia

Brief Background

In 1992 he graduated from the Simferopol Higher Military and Construction School. In 2005, he retrained in the Republican Institute of Higher School of the Republic of Belarus.

In 1992–1996, after graduating from the military construction college, he served in various positions in the Armed Forces. In the internal affairs bodies since 1996 – deputy head of the course of the department of personnel of the investigative-expert faculty of the Academy. In 2001–2010 served as head of the course for the marching of the investigative and expert faculty, in 2010–2015 he headed the department of ideological work of the Academy, then he held the post of deputy chief of the criminal-executive faculty for personnel work. Since August 2018 – Deputy Head of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the marching.

He was awarded with medals "For impeccable service" of III and II degrees, anniversary and commemorative medals. Honored with other awards and rewards.

Oleg Kurlovich

The deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for Logistic Support

Oleg Kurlovich

Colonel of militia

Brief Background

In 1992 Oleg Kurlovich graduated from the Pushkin High Military Engineering Construction College in specialty "Construction and exploitation of buildings". In 1992–1994 he worked as the head in the 1088 department of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Belarus. In 1996–1998, he served as a senior inspector of the General Department of Logistic Support. In 2000–2001 he was a deputy head of the Logistic Support Center of MIA. In 2004–2005, 2006–2010 he worked as a head of the planning of capital reconstruction and repair department at the Department of finance and logistic of MIA. In 2010 he was promoted to the post of the deputy head of the Academy of the MIA for Logistic Support.

Oleg Kurlovich awarded with the 2nd, 3rd classes medal for irreproachable service, jubilee and commemorative medals. Moreover he has other merit awards.