He joined the Belarusian State University in 1995. He graduated with honours from the Belarusian State University in 1992, took a post-graduate course in Law (1992-1995). In 1996 he was awarded PhD (Candidate of Sciences) in Law for the thesis “The Organizational and Tactical Problems of Extortion’s Investigation”.
He lectures on Criminalistics, Fundamentals of Operational Crime Detection Activities. His research interests include Criminalistics and Operational Crime Detection Activities.
The most notable publications:
“Significance of the Statutes of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Formation of Forensic Knowledge and in the Development of Investigation and Detection Methods”.
The article deals with the Statutes of the Great Duchy of Lithuania whose analysis shows the emergence and development of forensic knowledge within the framework of procedural law. The analysis of the procedural law rules in the Statutes enables the author to single out notions and actions containing a forensic component.
“Criminalistic Character of the Purposes of Law Enforcement Activities in the Sphere of Counteraction against Criminality”.
The article speaks about the subject of criminality in modern conditions as an important destabilizing factor in society and state. The author concludes that counteraction against this negative phenomenon must have strictly specific purposeful directivity based on the results of scientific research.