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FROM THE STUDENT SCIENTIFIC CLUB "INVESTIGATOR-CRIMINALIST" TO THE RESULTS OF THE GRADUATE WORKS OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM "JURISPRUDENCE"

The science of "Criminalistics" is always accompanied by innovative processes. Innovations are associated with the possibilities of modern technological growth, as modern technologies allow forensic science to develop towards the application of the results of scientific research as forensic scientists both in legal science and modern natural sciences. Thus, an interdisciplinary connection between criminology and the natural sciences is obtained. It is this direction that the joint meetings of the student scientific club "Investigator-criminalist" of undergraduates and students are devoted to. Master students of the educational program "Jurisprudence" studied the disciplines of criminal law, criminal procedure law, penitentiary law, which are related to the science of criminology. At the meetings of the student scientific club, undergraduates share their knowledge with students of the educational program "Jurisprudence". Research conducted within the framework of the student scientific club "Investigator-criminalist" will serve as material for diploma and master's theses. In particular, Sergey Krapivko, a master student of the educational program "Jurisprudence", published an article on the topic "Evidence of the use of firearms in the investigation of a murder." Master student Arman Dutbaev is preparing to defend his master's thesis on the topic "The influence of the current state of forensic science on the administration of criminal justice (analysis for the Akmola region)". The results of the research will be introduced into production, in particular, into the activities of the operational forensic department of the PD of Akmola region.

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Bukhaeva A.A., head of the department "Jurisprudence", doctor of political sciences