While trying to popularise forensic knowledge and to set standards for carrying out criminalistics examinations/surveys, Polish Forensic Association offers a wide spectrum of trainings, directed to police officers, public prosecutors, bank and insurance companies’ employees, etc.
The typical projects of Polish Forensic Association are mainly lectures followed by a discussion, which are popular not only within a scientific environment but also within representatives of law enforcement authorities and other institutions.


Examples of training courses topics:

  • Modern methods of recognising/acknowledging authenticity of protected documents (ID cards, passports, driving licences, proofs of registration, visas, etc.)
  • Modern methods of recognising/acknowledging the authenticity of unprotected documents [certificates of employment, ZUS (Social Insurance Institution) certificates, REGON (National Business Registry Number) certificates, taxation certificates, etc.].
  • Modern methods of recognising/acknowledging the authenticity of national and foreign banknotes.
  • Analysis of handwriting and signatures to ascertain inauthenticity of these notations.

Polskie Towarzystwo Kryminalistyczne
00-018 Warszawa, ul.Zgoda 11 lok. 300
tel. +48 22 692-43-85
fax +48 22 827-01-60
kom. +48 796-911-300
e-mail: biuro@kryminalistyka.pl
nr konta: PKO IX O/Warszawa
61 1020 1097 0000 7102 0108 3401
KRS 0000109111
NIP 526-17-63-900
REGON 000810466

Instytut Kryminalistyki Polskiego
Towarzystwa Kryminalistycznego Sp. z o.o.

Siedziba: 01-424 Warszawa, Aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia 155
Adres do korespondencji: 00 - 018 Warszawa, ul. Zgoda 11 lok. 300
tel. +48 22 692-43-85
fax +48 22 827-01-60
kom. +48 796-911-300
kom. +48 601-075-106
kom. +48 609-605-536
e-mail: biuro@kryminalistyka.pl
nr konta: PKO IX O/Warszawa, 18 1020 1097 0000 7102 0107 4863
KRS 0000093600
NIP 521-30-13-064
REGON 014986697

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