Bartosz Czaplewski, Sylwester Kaczmarek, Jacek Litka and Mariusz Miszewski
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Bartosz Czaplewski, Sylwester Kaczmarek and Jacek Litka
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The article is devoted to the analysis of modernization of professional training of future border guards considering the experience of border agencies of the Republic of India. The possibilities of its creative implementation at the educational establishments of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine have been estimated. The topicality of the comparative analysis of professional training of border guards in Ukraine and the Republic of India has been explained with the fact that these states belong to the group of developing countries and face similar border security threats. It has been proved that it is necessary to compare the systems of professional training of border guards in both countries and to analyse the modernization characteristics implemented in the Republic of India. While researching, a wide range of various scientific methods – archival research, content analysis, generalization of scientific material, deductive method of analysis and nonparticipant observation method – has been used. It has been found out that modernization of professional training of future border guard officers concerns the changes of professional training oriented towards its adaptation to up-to-date dynamic professional and educational environment. Having analyzed the experience of Indian agency-specific educational establishments, we have come to the conclusion that the following characteristics can be implemented in the process of professional training of border guard officers in Ukraine: implementation of foreign progressive ideas, spread of universal philosophical concepts, hybrid variant of professional training, life-long training, academic autonomy and academic mobility, standardization of instructors’ training, person-oriented approach, wider usage of information and communications technologies, improvement of infrastructure of educational establishments, extension of practical lessons and internship, effective usage of extra-curriculum work, blended courses, and psychological relaxation techniques.
Professional training of future US border guard officers at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center using e-FLETC Online Campus has been substantiated in the article. Special attention has been paid to revealing such topical areas of Online Campus computer-based training modules (crime scene, driver training, drugs, firearms, health, interviewing, investigative, legal, mapping, maritime, officer safety, technology, terrorism, traffic stops, training) that include over 120 lessons and 20 videos which are available on a wide range of topics. Web-based training lessons which include topics such as counterterrorism, crime scene preservation and documentation, disaster, crisis and emergency strategies and management, domestic violence, drug endangered children, drug related crimes, elder abuse, firearms, fitness and healthy lifestyles, human trafficking, interacting with special needs populations, intelligence led policing, interpersonal skills and conflict management, interviews and interrogations, investigating technology related crimes (protecting and collecting digital evidence), investigative skills and techniques, knowledge of laws and regulations, leadership and management, lessons learned (previous case analysis), maritime law enforcement, etc. have been revealed. Besides, examples of “Firearms” and “Use of Force” curricula in e-FLETC Online Campus have been presented.
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Marek Blok, Bartosz Czaplewski, Sylwester Kaczmarek, Jacek Litka, Marcin Narloch and Maciej Sac
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Mirosław Adamski, Jacek Mieżaniec and Ariel Adamski
An unmanned aerial vehicle is a flying apparatus that does not require a crewmember on board to complete a task. Its piloting is done by means of indirect control. UAVs also have the ability to perform autonomous flight on a pre-programmed flight path. The purpose of the study was to use the unmanned aircraft “Fly Eye” by WB Electronic used by the Border Guard to patrol the state border in 103 TRA zone on the section of the Republic of Poland with the Kaliningrad District of the Russian Federation. The TRA zones constitute a specially designated area for the use of the Border Guard and the army, in order to carry out flights there beyond the scope of the pattern for training purposes and to patrol the state border. The article also contains information of the Border Guard formation and the characteristics of the unmanned aerial vehicle “FlyEye”. In order to ensure the safety of the UAV flight, the test was carried out in the TRA zone, which is used for special use for the Border Guard formation and the army.
Marek Blok, Sylwester Kaczmarek, Magdalena Młynarczuk and Marcin Narloch
In this paper the architecture of the software designed for management of position and identification data of floating and flying objects in Maritime areas controlled by Polish Border Guard is presented. The software was designed for managing information stored in a distributed system with two variants of the software, one for a mobile device installed on a vessel, an airplane or a car and second for a central server. The details of implementation of all functionalities of the MapServer in both, mobile and central, versions are briefly presented on the basis of information flow diagrams.