Department of Criminal Investigation, Economy Protection and Cybercrime Prevention

Department of Criminal Investigation, Economy Protection and Cybercrime Prevention

The Department emerged in 1971, in the framework of the Police College, which was the predecessor of the Law Enforcement Faculty of the National University of Public Service. Although its official denomination has already changed several times throughout the previous years, neither its educational profile nor the trained subjects has essentially changed.   During the passed years, such subjects for specific purposes together with theoretical and practical knowledge were taught, which can be used by the students majored in Criminal investigation, Economy Protection, Cybercrime protection and Criminal intelligence specializations, in their everyday work. The Department participates both in the Bachelor, and in the Masters trainings as well. The teachers regularly keep tab the brand new challenges emerging in the diverse professional fields of law enforcement, by daily contact with the employees of the Police forces.  This practical knowledge is regularly embedded in the curriculum.

Head of Department of Criminal Investigation, Economy Protection and Cybercrime Prevention

Dr. Ferenc Szendrei, a colonel, head of Department, associate professor has been a policeman since 1989. First he began his career as a sergeant at the Miskolc Police Headquarters, then he continued his work at the different crime units of the Police. He has been participating in the police training as a teacher, since 2002, and as the head of the Department, since 2011. His research fields are the following: money laundering and the financing of terrorism, organised crime, and criminal intelligence.

Contact Information

Department of Criminal Investigation, Economy Protection and Cybercrime Prevention

Postal address: 1441 Bp. Pf. 60. (P.O. Box)

Office: 1083 Budapest, Üllői út 82., University of Public Service Educational Centre, Room Nr. 255.

E-mail: szollosi.anita@uni-nke.hu

Telephone: 00 36 1 432 9041 / 19-190

Head of Department: Dr. Ferenc Szendrei colonel, associate professor

Secretariat: Anita Szöllősi