Profession of investigator can be compared to that of a diagnostician. He, like his colleague in a white coat, gathers conclusive and sufficient evidence to “diagnose” – to conclude to which category the person should be attributed – a suspect, a witness, a guilty person or a victim. This is why investigator bears great deal of responsibility for correctness of decisions made.
Head of Novgorod Region Investigative Committee: corrupted officials can’t hide from us
Since the beginning of the year there have been a record number of corruption crimes for the region revealed in the Novgorod Region 150. This is five times as many as there were in entire 2011. Head of the Novgorod Region Investigations Directorate, Valery Simkin in interview to RIA Novosti told about investigations of high-profile corruption cases and problems in anti-corruption activity.
N. Tretyakov, Head of Voronezh Region Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee: “We fight corruption together with authority, law enforcement colleagues and civil activists”
N. Tretyakov: “We fight corruption together with authority, law enforcement colleagues and civil activists”.
Valery Zadorin told VV about new powers of Sverdlovsk Region Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee and high-profile cases where these powers are used
At the beginning of September it turns 5 years since Russian prosecutor’s office had a new body – Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Prosecutor’s Office which then (on 15 January 2011) was reorganized into an independent agency – Russia’s Investigative Committee. On the eve of the anniversary Head of Sverdlovsk Region Investigations Directorate of the SKR Valery Zadorin told about changes that had taken place in his agency and about new details in the case of Fedorovich.
Tsapok gang killed 12 people by mistake. One of the most high-profile legal processes has begun. On Monday the court in Krasnodar started hearing a case of Sergey Tsapok’s gang who carried out a massacre in the village of Kushchevskaya in November 2010.
The Generals got down
The chief military investigator - about the criminals in uniform
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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