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2011 | 6 | 287–310
Article title

Współczesne modele szkolenia policyjnego w RP jako element zapobiegania dysfunkcjom w pełnieniu służby

Authors
Title variants
EN
CONTEMPORARY MODELS OF THE POLICE TRAINING IN THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND AS AN ELEMENT OF PREVENTION AGAINST DYSFUNCTIONS WHEN BEING ON DUTY
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
Administration and public security officer’s vocational training course is an element that was changing in the Republic of Poland many times since the creation of the Police unit in 1990. This article attempts to present forms of the current teaching forms carried out in schools and training centers of the Police. There are discussed the legal basis, supervision and the process of course of Policemen’s vocational training. This training can be divided into 4 phases: basic training (obligatory), the forms of professional training, officers’ studies and officers’ training (for graduates). There are presented the required exams, forms of credit and qualifications obtained during basic training. This training is the only one that all of the police officers have to pass, when starting their professional career. Its goal is to equip the officer with practical skills and technical knowledge that allows to perform basic tasks in the public service. In terms of the professional training the article shows forms of credit, and specialist courses program. To apply for officers studies, a policeman has to obtain superior’s referral. This article also discusses the rules of recruitment process and the conditions of the officers’ exam. The final form of policemen’s professional training is officers’ training for graduates. There are described the conditions of recruitment and the knowledge needed to pass the qualifying examination. This article also includes (in outline) the results of the inspection carried out in the Republic of Poland teaching units by the Supreme Chamber of Control.
Contributors
  • WSBPI „Apeiron” w Krakowie Ul. Krupnicza 3 31-123 Kraków
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Publication order reference
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