Ural Institute of Law Ministry of Internal Affairs. - презентация
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Ural Institute of Law Ministry of Internal Affairs
The history of the Ural Law Institute of the Russian Interior Ministry Ural Law Institute of the MOI of Russia dates back to the time when the order of the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation on May 11, was formed, Sverdlovsk Branch of the Faculty of Distance Learning Graduate School of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the RSFSR. The main purpose of the department is recruitment Ural police officers of personnel with higher legal education. The annual set was 75, the total number of students students-time students. Training was conducted in the following areas: social studies, legal discipline, special disciplines. Sverdlovsk Branch of the Faculty of Distance Learning Graduate School of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the RSFSR led training not only for the Sverdlovsk, but also for the neighboring regions - Kurgan, Orenburg and Chelyabinsk.
In the 70-80s of the last century, Sverdlovsk Branch passed several stages of reorganization and by 1988 it was transformed into a department of the Sverdlovsk Higher Correspondence Law School of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs. Except for the name change is the transformation in the activities of the institution is almost not affected. The educational process was organized as before: training was conducted by correspondence, classroom training (lectures and seminars on legal subjects) were conducted during the examination session. Since its establishment until the end of the 80s. the work of the institution led by: Igor Semerikov, Peter A. Fefelov Konstantin Yeremeyevich Igoshev, Valery Petrashev, Yuri YUSHKOV.
An important stage in the history of the institution was the beginning of the 90s. XX century. In 1991, on the basis of the faculty of the Sverdlovsk Higher Correspondence Law School of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs was created Sverdlovsk School of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the RSFSR. In the same year it was renamed Yekaterinburg Higher School of the RSFSR Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA EVSH Russia). Training has been undertaken in the specialty "Jurisprudence". Institution received a registration to a new address: ul. John Smith, d. 66, in a beautiful wooded area on the edge of a residential neighborhood Elmash, where he is now.
Yekaterinburg headed higher police Lt. Gen. internal service Nikiforovitch Grigory Knyazev. In 1991 academic subjects in high school were taught in six departments: obscheyuridicheskih disciplines; special disciplines; social and humanities; combat, physical and tactical and special training; state- legal and civil-law disciplines; criminal law, criminal procedure and corrective-labor law.
Today UrYuI Russian Interior Ministry is headed by Major General of Police Alexander Guk, who replaced Major-General Internal Service, VA Demin as head of the university in The new leader has continued the good tradition that developed at the institute, gave new impetus to the process of educational communication and research activities with the practical needs of the law enforcement system of the Ural region.
In the context of reform of institutional education and the entire system of the Russian Interior Ministry in 2011, the Institute has successfully passed the state accreditation procedure. In August 2011, resulted in an extraordinary performance appraisal UrYuI the Russian Interior Ministry. In the same year, the first in the history of the institution issue of police lieutenants. In the spring of 2013 was carried out inspection of the institute, the results of which work in all areas of the university found to be satisfactory. Today Ural legal institute of the Ministry of Interior of Russia is a federal state state educational institution of higher education has the status of an educational organization. University staff is ready to continue to carry out high-quality training of qualified personnel for the law- enforcement system of our country.