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Przedmiot specjalizacyjny - Introduction to the Forensic Science 370-PS5-5PSPFF
Konwersatorium (KON) Rok akademicki 2021/22

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Liczba godzin: 15
Limit miejsc: (brak limitu)
Literatura:

Note: Basic information about the item (independent of the cycle)

Efekty uczenia się:

Knowledge, graduate:

1. has in-depth knowledge of the principles and institutions of criminal, civil, administrative, constitutional law as well as judicial and administrative procedures - K_W03; method of verification: written work, oral presentation, evaluation of the performance of tasks in remote classes: asynchronous and asynchronous.

2. knows and understands the terminology appropriate to specific disciplines of law - K_W08; method of verification: written work, oral presentation, evaluation of the performance of tasks in remote classes: asynchronous and asynchronous.

Skills, graduate:

3. is able to correctly interpret and explain the meaning of specific legal norms and the mutual relations between these norms within specific areas of law - K_U01; method of verification: written work, oral presentation, evaluation of the performance of tasks in remote classes: asynchronous.

4. is fluent in the Polish law system, uses the norms of individual areas of law to solve specific problems by themselves; depending on own interests (selected specialization subjects) has extended skills to solve complicated practical problems in specific fields of law - K_U05; method of verification: written work, oral presentation, evaluation of the performance of tasks in remote classes: asynchronous.

Competences, graduate:

5. is able to independently and critically supplement knowledge and skills, extended by the interdisciplinary dimension - K_K06; method of verification: written work, oral presentation, evaluation of the performance of tasks in remote classes: asynchronous.

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Grade scale from 2 to 5.

The final grade is a weighted average grade. It consists of:

- activity during classes (10%)

- evaluation of a written essay on the forensic problem indicated by the teacher and its oral presentation (90%) - this essay is obligatory

Depending on the epidemic situation, the final examination may be conducted using electronic means of communication. Attendance at classroom or asynchronous classes is not compulsory.

Zakres tematów:

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 analysing evidence.

Examples of topics for written work:

1. Ransomware

2. Stalking

3. Counterfeiting money

4. Money laundering

5. Terrorist financing

6. Insurance fraud

7. Illegal border crossing

8. Human trafficking

9. Amphetamine production

10. Identity theft

11. Counterfeiting documents

12. Corruption/Bribery

13. Arson

14. Traffic accident

15. Shoplifting

16. Murder/Homicide

17. Drug dealing

18. Blackmailing

19. Kidnapper/Abduction

20. Mugging

21. Hacking

22. Burglary

Metody dydaktyczne:

The lecture in person or remotely via synchronous and asynchronous communications, multimedia presentation, brainstorming, discussions, group work, preparation of the essay and consultations will be used during the classes.

Grupy zajęciowe

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Grupa Termin(y) Prowadzący Miejsca Akcje
1 każdy czwartek, 13:15 - 14:45, sala 214
każda środa, 17:00 - 18:30, sala e-learning
Wojciech Filipkowski 18/18 szczegóły
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