Tuesday, February 1st, 2022.

Department of Criminal Procedure and Prosecutor’s Supervision

Head of the Department: Zhumashev Azamat Beishenbaevich

Phone number+996777 970 980

E-mail: kuppn@gmail.com

Information about the department

The department carries out work in four main areas: educational, educational and methodical, research and educational and organizational work.

Based on the main directions, the department has set the following tasks to be performed in the course of the current work.

The main tasks in the field of educational work:

 Diversification of the department’s activities, development of new types of training, in accordance with the main requests of employers, preparation of graduates for professionally-profiled knowledge and practical skills in the field of jurisprudence, as well as – preparation of graduates for self-study and continuous professional self-improvement, including the use of modern information technologies;

 Development and implementation of modern educational technologies, improvement of content and teaching methods, introduction of new forms of distance learning;

 Creation at the department of permanent working groups that monitor and improve the blocks of the department: block of criminal procedural research;

 Ensuring the procedure for midterm and final control with the help of surveys and questionnaires of students, as well as the introduction of a system of attestation pedagogical meters and testing in the educational process.

The main tasks in the field of research work:

 Increasing the competitiveness of the department in the field of criminal procedure and prosecutorial supervision;

 Development of new and development of existing scientific topics and concepts at the department;

 Strengthening the coordination of research topics of graduate students, their concentration on the main areas of scientific research of the department;

 Conducting on a regular basis scientific and methodological seminars of the department and scientific and practical conferences, to which practitioners, representatives of the academic community, graduates of the department are invited;

 Expanding the participation of the department in international projects, regular implementation of publications on department topics;

 Formation of stable scientific relations with foreign partners and institutions;

 Development of the personnel potential of the department, stimulation of professional development, rejuvenation of personnel;

 Providing scientific leadership with the preparation of dissertations;

 Organization of the activities of the interdisciplinary scientific student circle on criminal procedural research;

 Discussion at the department of dissertations of graduate students and applicants submitted for defense;

 Discussion of dissertations defended on the subject of the department’s activities;

 Organization of informing the teachers of the department about the latest scientific developments in the field of criminal procedure and prosecutor’s supervision;

 Organization of scientific and practical conferences (academic, republican and international levels) and participation in them;

 Preparation and publication of scientific articles and reports by the teachers of the department.

The main tasks in the formation of the educational, methodological and information base of the department:

 Preparation for publication and publication of textbooks and teaching aids on the specialized disciplines of the department;

 Continuous improvement and systematization of teaching materials;

 Development of teaching materials for the disciplines of the department’s specialization for conducting all types of training sessions, as well as other manuals that provide for the use of the most appropriate forms and methods of teaching, a rational combination of methodological techniques, effective use of modern educational equipment and computers:

 Discussion of draft curricula of courses and teaching materials;

 Development of effective ways to monitor the development of students of training courses.

The main tasks for vocational guidance work and professional adaptation of students:

 Organization of meetings and conversations with high school students and their parents, continuation of work with basic schools;

 Development of cooperation with enterprises, institutions and organizations in the training of specialists;

 Organization of thematic meetings and “round tables” of heads of enterprises, organizations, law enforcement agencies, LSG bodies and students;

 Participation in the “Open Day” organized by KSLA;

 Exercising control over the pre-diploma practice of graduate students of the department and providing methodological assistance to the leaders of the practice;

 Organization of meetings with graduates of the department, assistance in the formation of their professional and scientific career.

The main tasks in the field of improving the professional and cultural level of the teaching staff of the department:

 Establishing creative ties with departments of other educational institutions;

 Familiarization of teachers of the department with modern scientific developments and methods in the field of teaching “department” disciplines;

 Organization of internships for teachers of the department in other educational institutions.

It should be noted that since the disciplines taught by members of the department of criminal procedure and prosecutorial supervision are purely applied, one of the important components of qualification requirements for teachers is the presence of legal practice. This allows the transfer of theoretical knowledge in close interaction with practical skills in the field of criminal procedure and prosecutorial supervision.

Also, one of the significant areas of work of the department is expert and analytical activities. In particular, the staff of the department systematically conduct scientific and legal expertise of draft normative legal acts in the field of criminal procedure legislation and prosecutorial supervision.

The teaching staff of the department actively cooperates with state and non-state institutions. In particular, in close cooperation with the judicial system, prosecutors, law enforcement agencies, ministries and departments, as well as with international and private organizations;

Cooperation is expressed in the conduct of joint scientific and practical events (conferences, round tables, trainings, seminars, etc.), the development of scientific and methodological material (lecture courses, manuals, textbooks, etc.), as well as in the involvement of practitioners to participate in guest lectures for students and advanced training.

Thus, based on the foregoing, the Department of Criminal Procedure and Prosecutor’s Supervision is constantly striving to improve the qualifications of the teaching staff, to improve pedagogical skills and teaching methods, as well as to establish positive contact with students through their involvement in scientific work and the practical application of the obtained theoretical knowledge.

Year of foundation

Тhe Department of Criminal Procedure and Prosecution Oversight was established on September 1, 2007, after the establishment of the Department of Criminal Procedure and Criminology.

The departmentteaching staff

At the moment, the department employs 13 teachers.