The Moscow Directorate of the Investigative Committee continues criminal proceedings against members of Orekhovo and Medvedkovo gangs involved in a number of murders and other major crimes committed in early 1990s.
Mass media reported on 4 July 2017 on beating of a female paramedic. The same day, the Pskov Region Office of the Investigative Committee ran a check in the reports and then opened an investigation in battery under Article 116 of the RF Criminal Code.
A working meeting led by Chairman of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has been held today at the Saint Petersburg Academy of Investigative Committee.
A team of authors from among professors and teachers of the Moscow Academy of the Investigative Committee have prepared and published textbook Criminal Law. The General Part under general editorship of Chairman of the RF Investigative Committee, honored lawyer of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Law, Professor, General of Justice of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin and under scientific editorship of Professor of Criminal Law Department at the O.Y. Kutafin State Law University of Moscow (MGUA), Doctor of Law, Professor Alecander Chuchayev.
A court has recognized the evidence gathered by the Investigative Committee’s Head Office as sufficient to convict Marina Nagibina, Anna Khamitova and Sergei Nikolayev. They were found guilty of 27 counts of human trafficking under Part 3, item “c” of Article 127.1 of the RF Criminal Code.
The Third department (based in the town of Nizhny Novgorod) of the Investigative Committee’s Head Office has finished criminal proceedings against Dmitry Oblivin and Vladimir Filimonov charged with negligence entailing death of two or more people under Part 3 of Article 293 of the RF Criminal Code.
The Head Office of the Investgiative Committee has finished criminal proceedings against heads of Shira District Sergei Zaitsev and Shira Soviet of the settlement Yuri Kovalyov and chief of unit No 7 of the Khakassia Fire Service Viktor Zenkov. They are charged with negligence entailing death of people and massive destructions due to wildfires in 2015 under Part 3 of Article 293 of the RF Criminal Code.
The delegation of Finland’s Police headed by National Police Commissar Seppo Kolehmainen have visited today the Investigative Committee’s Saint Petersburg Directorate to hold bilateral meetings provided for by the Cooperation Agreement signed between the RF Investigative Committee and the Finland’s Interior Ministry in September 2011.
The Head Office of the Investigative Committee has finished criminal proceedings against Eduard Rukosuyev, charged with sex crimes and crimes against public morality under Part 4, item “b” of Article 132 (25 counts), Part 2 of Article 134 (3 crimes), Part 4 of Article 134 (3 counts), Part 2 of Article 135 (3 counts), Part 2 of Article 135, Part 3 of Article 125 (5 counts), Part 1 of Article 242.2 (11 counts), Part 2, item “c” of Article 242.2 (15 counts), Part 2, items “a” and “c” of Article 242.2 (4 counts), Part 3 of Article 160 of the RF Criminal Code.
The Head Office of the Investigative Committee has opened investigations in the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare under Part 1 of Article 356 of the RF Criminal Code.
23. In subsection “Internet reception” (section “Citizens’ appeals”) users can formulate electronic messages which are processed by authorized employees of the Department for consideration of citizens’ appeals and documentation in accordance with the Federal law of 02.05.2006 № 59-FZ “On procedure for consideration of appeals from citizens of the Russian Federation” and in accordance with relevant statutory acts of the Russian Investigative Committee.
24. To formulate an electronic appeal the user should:
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