Dean

Faculty of Administration

 Police Academy in Szczytno

Dean, LTC Janusz Bryk, PhD

police Lieutenant colonel Janusz Bryk, PhD

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fax. +48 89 621 54 65

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Vice Dean for Student Affairs

Vice Dean for Student Affairs - col. Izabela Nowicka, PhD

colonel Izabela Nowicka, PhD

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Faculty of Administration 

Faculty of Administration offers first degree studies in the field of ‘Administration’ and ‘Criminology’.

The faculty includes:

- Institute of Law and Administration, whose aim is to prepare police officers comprehensively to their work at the police units. Employees of the institute conduct numerous trainings and courses for police managerial staff, for officers conducting preparatory proceedings, for officers of operational and reckon service, and officers dealing with organized crime. They also give legal advice to the residents of Szczytno. Since 2008 ‘The Legal Sciences Club’ functioned at the Institute and its aim is to acquire and expand the knowledge of its members. Employees of Institute of Law and Administration are active in the publishing area and their articles and course books are published in both, Polish and foreign literature.

- Institute of Social Sciences, whose priority is to educate police managerial staff and to promote and implement modern methods of management in the police, including quality management. The institute’s offer includes: postgraduate studies in the field of unit management in public administration; a professional development course for commandants of regional police headquarters in the area of selected aspects of police unit management, as well as professional development courses for commandants of city/town police headquarters, county police headquarters and district police headquarters. Rich in knowledge and experience Institute of Social Sciences serves as an analytic and consulting supply base for National Police Headquarters, as well as for all police units in the country.