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INFORMATION ON THE FIELDS OF STUDY OF THE POLICE ACADEMY IN SZCZYTNO, A GRADUATE PROFILE

 

  1. First degree studies in the field of "Internal Security".

The aim of the studies in the field of "Internal Security" is to prepare highly-qualified specialists to work in government and local government services in positions related to team management in crisis situations, natural disasters and threats to the state, as well as to support state services in improving the professional qualifications of their officers in the conditions of ongoing legal changes and the need for in-depth analysis of emerging new types of threats.

The  graduate of the "Internal Security" programme will have basic knowledge in the field of social sciences, human rights and principles of state functioning. He or she will learn the basics of extensive legal knowledge regulating the areas related to internal security, as well as acquire knowledge in the field of internal security related to the state security system, crisis management system and the problems of various types of crime.  The graduate will also be able to solve simple professional problems, participate in teamwork, manage small human teams performing commissioned tasks. An important aspect of the studies is the training of a pro-social attitude manifested in the understanding of individual and group expectations in the field of safety guarantees, and taking appropriate action to achieve them.

 

TYPE OF CANDIDATE WHO CAN APPLY FOR THE STUDIES

For admission to the first degree studies in the field of " Internal Security" may apply a candidate having a secondary school certificate, i.e.:

- a civilian person;

- an officer and a civilian employee of the Police and an officer and an employee of other formations and organizational units subordinated to or supervised by the minister  in charge of internal affairs, a person who was sent to study at the Police Academy in Szczytno.

 

Studies are conducted in a full- time and a part- time form. First degree studies last 3 years.

Full-time studies for the Police officers and employees, as well as the officers and employees of other formations and organizational units subordinate to or supervised by the minister of internal affairs, who have been sent to study at the Police Academy, are conducted in the form of weekly sessions; for civilians, they are of continuous character.

Part-time studies are conducted in the form of weekend sessions (Saturday-Sunday).

 

  1. First degree studies in the field of "Criminology".

The aim of education in the field of criminology  is a comprehensive preparation of the graduate to work in law enforcement agencies, judicial authorities, as well as other services and organizations, including, among others: local educational boards, social welfare centres, family assistance centres or crisis intervention centres. The objectives also include equipping the graduate with general knowledge in the area of social sciences, especially in the area of legal sciences, criminology, victimology, rehabilitation and in the area of criminal and social policy.

The graduate of  the Criminology faculty  is able to explain the phenomenon of crime in general and as particular types. He or she is prepared to analyse the interrelationships between the functioning of public and social institutions, and is able to identify and independently solve theoretical and practical problems related to criminology and criminal law. The graduate uses theoretical knowledge in practice during student internships that take place in law enforcement agencies, judicial authorities, as well as other services and organizations such as: local educational boards, social welfare centres or other institutions serving the aggrieved people.

 

TYPE OF CANDIDATE WHO CAN APPLY FOR THE STUDIES

For admission to the first degree studies in the field of "Criminology" may apply a candidate having a secondary school certificate, i.e.:

- a civilian person;

- a Police officer and an employee of the Police, as well as an officer and an employee of other formations and organizational units subordinated to or supervised by the minister in charge of internal affairs, a person who was sent to study at the Police Academy in Szczytno.

 

MODE OF STUDY CONDUCT

Studies are conducted in stationary and non-stationary form. First degree studies last 3 years.

Full-time studies for the Police officers and employees, as well as the officers and employees of other formations and organizational units subordinate to or supervised by the minister of internal affairs, who have been sent to study at the Police Academy, are conducted in the form of weekly sessions; for civilians, they are of continuous character.

Part-time studies are conducted in the form of weekend sessions (Saturday-Sunday).

 

  1. First degree studies in the field of "Police Studies".

NOTE: The studies are intended only for Polish police officers.

The first degree studies of the practical profile, "Police Studies" at the Police Academy in Szczytno are addressed to people, who are planning their professional career in the police service. The studies last 4 years. The graduates receive a Bachelor's degree. In addition, graduates are eligible to take an exam for a commissioned police officer, a positive result of which will be a basis for promotion to the lowest rank in corps of the middle-ranking police officers.

 

TYPE OF CANDIDATE WHO CAN APPLY FOR THE STUDIES

Studies in the field of "Police Studies" are dedicated to people who are new to police service - to police officers. A candidate can be a person, who has successfully completed the selection procedure for service in the Police, i.e. has been included in the list of candidates for service, approved by the superior in charge of the selection procedure.

A candidate for studies can be a person for whom a basic vocational training has not been initiated yet. Candidates declare their willingness to undertake studies in this field by submitting an additional statement to the Police Selection Unit (a declaration of intention if they pass the selection procedure). An equally important requirement is a secondary school leaving certificate, which will be necessary at the recruitment stage at the Police Academy in Szczytno.

 

MODE OF STUDY CONDUCT

Studies are conducted in a full-time form at the Police Academy in Szczytno.

During the first year of studies, students - police officers implement issues identical with the curriculum of basic vocational training.

 

  1. Second degree studies in the field of "Internal Security".

The aim of the studies in the field of "Internal Security" is to prepare highly qualified specialists to work in government and local government services in positions related to managing teams of people  in crisis situations, natural disasters and threats to the state, as well as to support state services in improving the professional qualifications of their officers in conditions of progressive legal changes and the need for in-depth analysis of emerging threats of a new type, such as terrorism.  The studies are addressed to all people holding first degree qualifications, whose current or expected work ( service) is connected with widely understood internal security.

The graduate of the second degree studies in internal security has a broad knowledge of issues that have a significant impact on the status of the state's internal security and include in particular security strategy and philosophy, as well as socio-psychological issues. The knowledge and skills acquired during the studies allow the graduate to effectively solve complex professional problems, participate creatively in teamwork and manage teams. The graduate is prepared to work in executive positions in public administration, including organisational units of state services responsible for the state's internal security, as well as  to continue his/her education within the framework of third degree studies (Ph.D.).

 

TYPE OF CANDIDATE WHO CAN APPLY FOR THE STUDIES

For admission to the second degree studies in the field of "Internal security”, may apply a candidate with a university degree, i.e.:

- civilian person;

- a Police officer and employee of the Police, as well as an officer and employee of other formations and organizational units subordinate to or supervised by the minister of internal affairs, a person who was sent to study at the Police Academy in Szczytno.

 

MODE OF STUDY CONDUCT

Studies are conducted in full-time and part-time form. Studies of the second degree last 2 years.

Full-time studies for the Police officers and employees, as well as the officers and employees of other formations and organizational units subordinate to or supervised by the minister in charge of internal affairs, who have been sent to study at the Police Academy, are conducted in the form of weekly sessions; for civilians, they are of continuous character.

Part-time studies are conducted in the form of weekend sessions (Saturday-Sunday).

 

  1. Second degree studies in the field of "Criminology"

The aim of education in the field of "Criminology" is comprehensive preparation of graduates to work in law enforcement agencies, judicial authorities, as well as other services and organizations, including, among others: local educational authorities, social welfare centres, family assistance centres or crisis intervention centres. The studies ensure gaining knowledge and practical skills, which allow to understand social phenomena connected with widely understood crime, victim and perpetrator.

The graduate has also the ability to work on individual cases - to collect and verify information, conduct a targeted conversation and prepare an intervention plan. He/she is able to solve professional problems, collect, prioritise, process and pass on information. He/she is prepared to make decisions, to negotiate, to cooperate in order to solve practical problems in the field of crime prevention, as well as to efficiently use available means of information and apply the principles of office technology. The graduate has a reliable interdisciplinary background, enabling him/her to see and solve theoretical and practical problems on his/her own.

 

TYPE OF CANDIDATE WHO CAN APPLY FOR THE STUDIES

For admission to the second degree programme in the field of "Criminology", may apply a candidate with a university degree, i.e.:

- civilian person;

- a Police officer and employee of the Police, as well as an officer and employee of other formations and organizational units subordinate to or supervised by the minister of internal affairs, a person who was sent to study at the Police Academy in Szczytno.

 

MODE OF STUDY CONDUCT

Studies are conducted in full-time and part-time form. Studies of the second degree last 2 years.

Full-time studies for the Police officers and employees, as well as the officers and employees of other formations and organizational units subordinate to or supervised by the minister in charge of internal affairs, who have been sent to study at the Police Academy, are conducted in the form of weekly sessions; for civilians, they are of continuous character.

Part-time studies are conducted in the form of weekend sessions (Saturday-Sunday).