From 1993 to 2006, Dariusz was a specialist of the operations and recon. section of the Economic Crime Department of the Provincial Police Headquarters in Poznań, detecting and countering banking, insurance, and computer crime, and building a team to battle against computer crime. He collaborated with police units and prosecutors on securing and analysing digital evidence, in cases of identity theft, credit card fraud, online auction house crimes, child pornography, and intellectual property crime. In 2001, the department was awarded the “Złota Blacha (Golden Plate)” for effectively fighing intellectual property crime. He was a pioneer
in Poland, when it comes to defeating organised crime, dealing in the production and distribution of child pornography – the actions he initiated, helped identify a few hundred members from a few dozens of countries, against which, proceedings were then initiated, in close collaboration with the National Central Bureau of Interpol.
From 2007 to 2010, originally as Deputy Head of the Operation of Procedures Department of the Criminal Bureau of the National Police Headquarters in Warsaw, and eventually of the Advanced Technologies Department, he was responsible for the creation of a Supporting Section for the Internet Findings Team and the battle against Cybercrime , as well as establishing and organising teams to counter cybercrime, in all provincial police headquarters.
Since 2011, he has been acting in the capacity of Vice-President of the University of Applied Sciences in Wałcz. In 2000, he graduated with a degree in Administration, with a focus on Safety and Public Order at the Police Academy in Szczytno. In 2002, he graduated with a Master’s degree in Administration, specialising in fighting computer crime in Poland. In 2006, he defended his doctoral dissertation at the Faculty of Political Science of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, titled: ’Internet crime prevention policy in Poland’. He is also a graduate of the International Law Enforcement Academy. He holds certificates issued by the Department of Homeland Security US Secret Service – for Investigations of Computer and Electronic Crimes, and from the International Law Enforcement Academy in Budapest, as well as a certificate from the U.S. Department of Justice’s FBI in Cyber Crimes; a certificate from the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children – Computer Facilitated Crimes Against Children; and a Certificate of expertise from representatives of American Express & Diners Club & Master Card & Visa.