The concept of the activity of Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise is built on the enhancement of the scientific potential of Ukraine, the development of forensic knowledge, education and basic theoretical research in the field of forensic examination. It is with the aim of consolidating theoretical knowledge with practical exercises that KFI specialists meet regularly with students of relevant specialties, as well as visiting the museum.
So, students of the Open International University of Human Development “Ukraine” visited the Kropyvnytskyi Branch of Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise.
The excursion began with an introductory conversation, which was held by Kostiantyn Lahoda, Head of the Kropyvnytskyi Branch of KFI. The Head told the future lawyers the history of the development of forensic examination in Ukraine, the current state of forensic examination and the Kropyvnytskyi Branch, in particular.
“In 2017, the service area of Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise was expanded, including the Kropyvnytskyi Branch. According to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, the Institute’s service area with regional offices included a territory in which more than 15 million people live”, said Kostiantyn Lahoda.
Today, more than twenty-five types of research are conducted in the Kropyvnytskyi Branch of KFI.
The experts of the Department told students about the features of economic, construction and technical, land technical, auto-technical, handwriting and technical research of documents.
Particularly interesting and cognitive for the listeners was the story of an expert psychologist Tetiana Lytvynova about the process of conducting psychological research, the use of computer polygraph, and various methods of work.
In general, the meeting made a positive impression on the visitors, since everyone had the opportunity to talk with experts and get answers to the questions asked. The teachers and students thanked for an interesting and informative excursion, and also expressed hope for holding such events in the future.