Wykład specjalizacyjny - Introduction to the Forensic Science 0700-PS5-4WSPFF
Rok akademicki 2019/20
Informacje o zajęciach (wspólne dla wszystkich grup)
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1. knows and understands the basic legal terminology - K_W07 - written work, activity during classes
2. knows a foreign language at B2 + level of the European Language Training System - K_U10 - written work, activity during classes
3. understands the need for lifelong learning, is able to inspire and organize the learning process of others - K_K01 - written work, activity during classes
4. is able to interact and work in a group, assuming different roles in it - K_K02 - written work, activity during classes
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Grade scale from 2 to 5.
The final grade is a weighted average grade. It consists of:
- activity during classes, oral presentation of the essay (20%) - if the student don't present the essay, he/she can get only 3.00 as a final grade
- evaluation of a written essay on the forensic problem indicated by the teacher (80%) - this essay is obligatory
The lecture covers following topics:
1. Introduction to forensic science
Students will be introduced to the historical evolution of forensic science. Two basic approaches will be emphasized: continental and Anglo-Saxon to define the range of interests and use of criminal knowledge. The subject of the lecture will be basic areas of forensics: tactics, technology, prevention and elements of forensic methodology.
2. Selected issues of forensic techniques
Traditionally, forensic science is equated only with forensic technique. Its basic areas concern the technical aspects of crimes, their investigation by law enforcement agencies and technical preventive measures.
3. Selected issues of forensic tactics
Forensic tactics deals with the analysis of the methods of behavior of perpetrators of specific categories of crimes and methods of conducting operational and criminal proceedings by law enforcement and special services. The final aspect is the analysis of prophylactic methods used by public entities and representatives of the private sector.
4. Legal aspects of forensic science
An important aspect is the legal context of the application of forensic knowledge. The law defines the legal framework for the use of forensic techniques and tactics for the conduct of operational and criminal proceedings by law enforcement agencies. In particular, this concerns the implementation of operational-reconnaissance, procedural activities including acquiring, securing and analyzing evidence.
Examples of topics for written work:
1. Forensic expert opinion - legal and forensic aspects
2. Forensic laboratories and their certification
3. Forensic profiling - technical and tactical aspects
4. The tactics of operational and reconnaissance police work
5. The techniques of operational and reconnaissance police work
6. The tactics of people presentation (e.g. suspects)
7. The tactics of searching people, rooms, real estates
8. The tactics of forensic experiment
9. Tactical aspects of criminal intelligence analysis (investigative analysis)
10. The use of DNA analysis in criminal investigations
11. Technical and tactical aspects of computer forensic
12. Forensic medicine - tactical and technical aspects
13. Methodology of conducting investigations in the field of cybercrimes
14. Methodology of conducting investigations in the field of economic crimes
15. The forensic aspects of preventing and investigating organized crime cases
16. The forensic aspects of mass events
17. Forensic tactics and techniques of using unmanned vehicles (flying, riding or floating drones)
18. The use of forensic knowledge by the private security sector
19. The Police forensic service and laboratories - forensic and legal aspects
20. The Border Guard forensic service and laboratories - forensic and legal aspects
21. The Internal Security Agency (ABW) forensic service and laboratories - forensic and legal aspects
The lecture, multimedia presentation, brainstorming, discussions, group work, preparation of the essay and consultations will be used during the classes.
każdy czwartek, 9:45 - 11:15,
||Wojciech Filipkowski, Milena Zajkowska||5/||szczegóły|
Wszystkie zajęcia odbywają się w budynku:
Budynek Wydziału Prawa
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet w Białymstoku.