During an excursion students of the Faculty of Law, Management and Economic Security saw how the call center of the “102” service unit and the situation center work.
Roman Tishkin, head of the on-duty unit of the organizational and analytical support and operational response department, noted that the “102” unit is currently equipped with modern monitors. They display images from stationary video surveillance cameras located in the city. 327 video surveillance cameras are connected to the system, which makes it possible to monitor the situation in places of mass gatherings of people and to respond promptly in case of an offense being recorded. Call center staff receive 500-600 calls per day, and their number increases on holidays.
Deputy head of the department of organizational and analytical support and operational response – head of the situational unit Volodymyr Nikolaiev outlined the main tasks of the situational center. This is a noctidial monitoring of the operational situation, preparation of daily summaries, analysis of criminal offenses by time, place, and circumstances, with the aim of making management decisions regarding further response. The center also ensures interaction and coordination between all law enforcement bodies, military structures, local self-government bodies, etc.
Volodymyr Nikolaiev noted: “In addition to responding to citizens’ appeals, the unit’s staff members also monitor the situation in the city with the help of video surveillance cameras. They monitor the location of persons who according to the court decision, are under house arrest, read the car license plate. Such recordings are stored for a long time, which allows other law enforcement officers to contact the center to find video evidence of a crime or offense.”
Cooperation of the Donetsk State University of Internal Affairs with the HONP in the Kirovohrad region contributes to the introduction of a practical component into the educational process.