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1921 Курси червоних міліціонерів Харківської губернії

1922 Перші окружні курси молодшого комскладу Головного управління міліції УРСР

1922 Школа старшого Комскладу міліції УРСР

1923 Всеукраїнська школа Комскладу міліції й кримінального розшуку

1925 Всеукраїнська школа командного складу міліції і кримінального розшуку (переведена до Києва) Всеукраїнська школа міліції і кримінального розшуку

1928 Школа командного складу робітничо-селянської міліції УРСР і курси робітників виправно-трудових установ. Школа командного складу робітничо-селянської міліції ім. В.А. Балицького. Школа старшого начальницького складу робітничо-селянської міліції ім. В.А. Галицького.

1938 Школа вдосконалення керівного та начальницького складу робітничо-селянської міліції. Київські курси Управління виправно-трудових таборів і колоній НКВС. Всеукраїнська школа НКВС СРСР.

1946 Київська школа Народного комісаріату внутрішніх справ СРСР. Київська офіцерська школа Міністерства внутрішніх справ СРСР. Київська школа МВС СРСР. Київська спеціальна середня школа МВС СРСР.

1958 Київський філіал Вищої школи МВС СРСР. Вища школа МВС УРСР.

1962 Вища школа Міністерства охорони громадського порядку УРСР.

1966 Київська вища школа МОГП СРСР.

1968 Київська вища школа МВС СРСР.

1977 Київська вища школа МВС СРСР ім.. Ф.Е. Дзержинського.

1992 Українська академія внутрішніх справ.

1996 Національна академія внутрішніх справ України.

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Overview and HistoryKiev is situated on the river Dnieper, which was one of the most important navigation arteries in Europe and part of the ancient trade route "from Varangiants to the Greeks."The legend of Kiev starts with three brothers -- Kiy, Scheck and Khoriv. Their sister was named Lybid. Kiy came to live on the mountain which has now become the Borichev slope; Scheck settled on the Shechekavitska mountain, and Khoriv lived on the mountain now called Khorevitska. They built a town and named it after the oldest brother. There was a forest full of animals in all directions. They were wise and clever in the way they built Kiev into a city, and the people there were called Polians.This forms the base of what city calls itself "the Mother of all Slavic cities," the place which claims to be the spiritual center of the Russian Empire. Kievan Rus was the center of Slavic civilization in the early medieval times, changing from an outpost of the Khazar empire into one of the worlds largest cities for its time. During this period Kiev was ruled by the Vanangian nobility; however, it was attacked and beseiged in the 10th century with the beginning of a series of invasions.Kiev has been invaded more times than most places in Europe. Several Russian princes captured and burned Kiev and Mongolian raiders completely destroyed the city in the 13th century. Powerful neighbors like the Grand Ducky of Lithuania, Poland and then Russia held sway over Kiev's prosperity until the industrial revolution.Ukraine gradually lost its autonomy during the nineteenth century while Russian migration and administration changed the face of Kiev. 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