The police and protection of human rights
Struganov S.M., Panov E.V., Katrina M.I., Gavrilov D.A. —
Training of cadets, trainees and employees of the Department of Internal Affairs in the tactics of joint actions when working with offenders
// Police activity.
– 2023. – № 4.
DOI: 10.7256/2454-0692.2023.4.40705 EDN: VVSUXF URL: https://en.nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=40705
In the article, the authors pays attention to issues related to the professional training of cadets, trainees, as well as employees undergoing initial training and retraining for joint actions when performing assigned operational and combat tasks. The legal and tactical aspects of the implementation of this training at the current stage of the development of the training program for internal affairs bodies in educational organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia are reflected. The approaches of scientific research conducted by some authors in this direction are considered and analyzed, as well as a number of recommendations for improving the system of teaching tactics of joint actions when working in units (groups) with offenders are presented. Summing up the general line under all of the above, it should be noted that such an aspect of training as working out joint actions by cadets and trainees when working with offenders is currently not implemented at the proper level within the framework of the general training program of the Department of Internal Affairs. In our opinion, it is necessary to integrate the positive experience of territorial divisions on the example of such events as simulators, often practiced in traffic police and PSP units, which consist in modeling the most popular situations of collision with offenders. In our opinion, the variability of approaches to teaching tactics of actions of cadets and trainees when working with offenders can be formed individually by each teacher, depending on the type and topic of the training session.
operational-search activities, special means, service and combat missions, martial arts fighting, personal safety, tactical special exercises, complex classes, mass riots, modeling, joint action tactics