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No leaks found in 12th-grade exam pipes so far

The State Police, along with the State Education Content Center (VISC), on Tuesday, May 11, inspected four schools on the first day of the centralized examination without identifying signs of leakage of the exam content, police said May 12.

On Tuesday, 12th-grade students started their centralized examination session with the exam in English.

In order to prevent the illegal disclosure of exam content, police are carrying out checks at random schools and will continue to do so throughout the exam session.

The State Police recalls that disclosure of exam content to pupils prior to the exam taking place is a criminal offense. 

In 2017, two criminal proceedings were transferred to the Prosecutor's Office for the purpose of prosecuting certain persons for this offense; one criminal proceedings in 2018; four criminal proceedings in 2019. In 2020, however, no unlawful disclosure of the contents of the exam works was found.

Persons may be punished for leaking examinations with both deprivation of liberty and forced labor and fines.

In cases where a person has access to information regarding illegal acquisition and disclosure of the contents of examination works, the State Police shall be promptly informed by calling the telephone number 67208056 or 110.

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