Training of future policeman for the use of unmanned aerial vehicle in professional activities

Andrii Chervinchuk, Yuliia Аtamanenko, Yevheniia Pylypenko


The article is devoted to the study of the issue of training future police officers to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in their professional activities. Based on the results of the theoretical analysis of scientific and applied works, modern trends in the development of drones in the activities of law enforcement agencies were identified, and the problem of their implementation in practical activities was outlined. An online survey was conducted in order to study the opinion of scientific, scientific and pedagogical workers and graduates of higher education institutions with specific learning conditions that train police officers about the need to train future police officers in the control of UAVs. The need to introduce into the system of primary professional training the training of service skills using drones is substantiated. On the basis of the study of the content of the training program for unmanned aircraft systems of the first class according to the basic qualification level of the first level, it is proposed to introduce the general professional educational unit “formation of skills and skills of controlling an UAV” into the training program of the primary professional training of police officers in the specified specialty.


Acquisition of skills and abilities; Initial professional training; Specialization; Training qualification; Units of the national police of Ukraine; Unmanned aerial vehicles

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