The Investigative Committee has started a new unique project – an online television. Its aim is to make the agency more transparent, mobile and impartial. A video channel, link to which is available at the new interactive version of the Committee’s website, has been modernized as part of the project. The channel shows the most interesting news of the Investigative Committee. Videos, latest comments by investigators, experts, criminalists and senior officials of the Committee, stories and coverages of high-profile and most conspicuous crimes are now available on the YouTube channel.
The channel will also cover Committee’s projects and initiatives, results of working meetings and briefings, life of Committee’s educational facilities, documentaries on history and development of the Committee. Anyone can subscribe and leave an opinion on the Investigative Committee, share their ideas and offers on improvement of its activity by leaving comments. All the comments are going to be read and used for development of the channel.
The online TV is going to be a reliable and authoritative platform for dialogue with citizens and non-governmental institutions, for exchange of experience with core specialists. The project is aimed at building civic attitude and trust among the public to law-enforcement.