Penza police officers to spend six months in North Caucasus
Penza, 1 November 2017. PenzaNews. An interservice team of the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia has gone on an assignment to the North Caucasus on Wednesday, November 1.
Relatives, family, friends, colleagues and commanders of the department came to see off the policemen. In addition, for the first time the event was attended by the governor Ivan Belozertsev.
Turning to those present the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs department in the Penza region Yuri Ruzlyaev reminded to the workers about the necessity to strictly observe the law and service discipline.
"Your main task is to unite, become friends to return home safe and sound. As for your functional responsibilities, you will work with local police officers serving at control posts, which operate on a 24-hour basis. You will also provide practical assistance in detection, disclosure and investigation of crimes," he added.
In turn, Ivan Belozertsev thanked the police officers for their fair service and noted that due to efforts of the police personnel of the Penza region the residents felt safe.
"You will be performing an important state task, which has been set by the country's leadership, and I am sure you will succeed in implementing it," the head of the region said.
Ivan Belozertsev also awarded best police officers with letters of gratitude for exemplary execution of their duties and personal contribution to protection of public order.
As it was reported by the press service of the regional MIA department, the duration of the assignment would be 180 days.