Investigative and Criminalistic Institute

Director of the Institute Akhmetov Mirdin Alykulovich
Deputy Director Myrzabaev Mithun Taalaibekovich
Leading specialist Beyshegul kyzy Nurayim

Kok-Zhar educational building, Chui region, Alamedin district, Kok-Zhar village, Karagul Akmata street 4. Office number 211


Information about the institute

The Investigation and Forensic Faculty of the Kyrgyz State Law University was established as an educational, scientific and administrative unit of the University in 2004, with the aim of training specialists in the field of jurisprudence, forensic science and psychology for law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, national security, financial police, customs authorities, state and non-state expert organizations.

The Faculty of Investigation and Criminalistics carried out training on the basis of secondary and secondary vocational education, specialists with a complete higher legal education in the specialty 521401 "Jurisprudence" on a contract basis according to the established educational standards.

Since 2012 the Faculty moved to a two-level training structure of higher education according to the decision of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic "On the establishment of a two-tier structure of higher education in the Kyrgyz Republic" from August 23, 2011 number 496. In vedena remote form of training of students, suggesting the use of student and professors teaching staff of information technology training .

Also in 2012, the G. Gross Educational and Innovative Forensic Complex was opened . The main purpose of which , was the creation of conditions for carrying out practical and laboratory studies.

In 2019, for the targeted training of specialists in the framework of specialties and profiles, the faculty was transformed into the Investigative and Criminalistic Institute .

The completeness of training is carried out in the following specialties and areas that provide the student with the opportunity to study these areas in depth, taking into account practical features:

Specialty Jurisprudence:


  • Legal support of national security;
  • Forensic investigator;
  • Investigation of economic crimes.

Specialty Forensic examination;

Specialty Psychology.


Also, the institute carries out training for the master's program in the framework of the profile “Criminal Procedure; forensics; operational-search activity ".

The total number of students is 572 . 

The training is carried out on the basis of a unique educational and innovative forensic complex equipped with modern technology, training models, which will improve the level of knowledge and skills of students in the process of conducting educational examinations, conducting investigative actions.

The forensic laboratory is a large complex that houses :

  • Lecture halls ;
  • Forensic library with a reading room;

Forensic laboratories:

  • Research of melee and throwing weapons;
  • Studies of firearms, ammunition and traces of their use;
  • Forensic studies of documents and forensic handwriting studies;
  • Fingerprint research;
  • Trasological research.

Educational facilities:

  • "Investigator's office";
  • "Office";
  • "Living room";
  • "Country house";
  • "Cafe Astoria ".

The forensic complex has a modern material and technical and educational and methodological base, allowing students to effectively master the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Laboratories, educational facilities, a lecture hall and a library are equipped with laboratory, office and classroom furniture, computer equipment, technical teaching aids, forensic and laboratory equipment and consumables.

Also, for the purpose of moral and psychological training, students take courses in firepower and drill, the skills of which students can apply in their subsequent professional activities.

As part of physical training, students study in the Sambo sections, which are certainly necessary in the work of the law enforcement sphere.

Thus , a graduate of the institute not only masters theoretical knowledge and practical skills, but also undergoes moral, psychological, physical training within the framework of the presented areas of study.



Symbols and attributes


The logo of the Investigative and Criminalistic Institute consists of five elements: a round shield, a book, a magnifying glass, a papillary pattern of a fingerprint, and a font composition. All the elements of the logo in conjunction symbolize the acquisition of knowledge in the area of disclosure and investigation of crimes, forensic software and psychological aspects follows dstvennoy activity that captures the essence of the institute.

The mascot of the Criminal Investigation Institute is the bear. The bear is a symbol of strength, a sign of courage, protection, is a symbol of power and resilience, determination and courage, the ability to bring peace and goodness. Also, the bear is one of the most intelligent animals with the strongest sense of smell. Due to the ability of the bear to fall asleep and wake up from hibernation, the bear indicates the awakening and the beginning of a new life.

The logo and mascot of the institute made in brown color in which they should be used. This color symbolizes stability, steadiness, devotion, common sense, reliability.


Best graduates:

Mamyrov Talantbek Shamshybekovich, Graduate of the Investigative and Criminalistic Institute 2008, Deputy Head of the Department of International Legal Cooperation of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Kyrgyz Republic;

Abdrakhmanov Urmatbek Amanovich, Graduate of the Investigative and Criminalistic Institute 2010, Judge of the Tokmok City Court of the Chui Region;

Ibraimov Bakyt Moldogazievich, Graduate of the Investigative and Criminalistic Institute 2008, From the udya of the Talas regional court;

Azhybek uulu Nurbek, Graduate of the Investigative and Criminalistic Institute 2010, Director of the Institute of Justice and Prosecutor's Office of the KSLA, Candidate of Legal Sciences;

Asanov Ermek Dzhekshenbekovich, Graduate of the Investigative and Criminalistic Institute 2010, Prosecutor the Department of Information and Public Relations of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Kyrgyz Republic.