Methodology of Crime Prevention Training

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According to the Military Police Act the Military Police Service, alone or in collaboration with other security services and public order services, carries out activities to prevent crimes. The purpose of this report is to represent the methodology of crime prevention training of the military police cadets at Vasil Levski NMU. In order to achieve the research goals, the theoretical and methodological aspects are analyzed as well as the main pedagogical tools and the possibilities of applying modern training methods. The methodology of the research includes an analysis of the current legal and regulatory legislation, comparative analysis and formulation of some general conclusions for improving crime prevention training

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