In Rostov-on-Don opened the All-Russian seminar of biological experts of the MIA forensic units. More than sixty police officers will participate in the seminar, which will discuss issues of improving the execution of biological examinations.
Introductory speech at the opening of the seminar was given by Deputy Chief of the MIA General Administration for the Rostov Region, Colonel of Internal Service Vyacheslav Nagosha. On behalf of the MIA Regional Administration he welcomed the seminar participants and wished them fruitful work.
The seminar organizers have prepared for their colleagues a fairly extensive work program. Participants of the event within three days will hear more than 50 reports and will take part in two master-classes on various biological research. The program has been prepared in such a way as to ensure that the experts could not only get the theoretical knowledge, but also take part in the discussion of problematic issues.
Today, this type of examinations is one of the most popular, especially in the investigation of criminal cases on crimes committed against a person. Currently, almost every criminal case, in which a biological material is used as an evidence, requires the involvement of an expert biologist.
At the seminar, which has opened in Rostov-on-Don, the participants will share their positive experience, discuss topics of organizing their activities, consider the results of some recent research. Participants will be shown educational films and given lectures on advanced technologies in the area of biological examinations. The forensic experts will be introduced as well to new technological developments in this field.
Press-Service of the MIA General Administration for the Rostov Region
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