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Printed publications of the Investigative Committee of Russia--the Investigative Committee of Russia newspaper and the Investigator’s Notes magazine--are now available for a wide readership.
Specifically for our print media, we have prepared interviews with the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia, heads of investigative units, special investigators, leading experts, investigative veterans, veterans of the Great Patriotic War, members of the Public Council at the Investigative Committee of Russia, and creative community members.
Our reader can learn more about the profession of an investigator and the working routine of Investigative Committee officers from news articles, essays, and reports. Details of the investigation of high-profile cases going far beyond press releases, commentaries of investigators and forensic specialists, memoirs of investigative veterans, results of the work with citizens’ complaints, daily life of educational institutions of the Investigative Committee of Russia, historical materials on the development of investigation in our country, and international cooperation in investigation of probes are available on the pages of the print media of the Committee. Here (https://pressa.sledcom.ru/) you can find answers on how to become a cadet of the Investigative Committee of Russia, what the Main Forensics Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia does, what the scent tracing examination is, what the job of a polygraph examiner is, how investigators work in the Far North, as well as to many other questions.
Our readers will also have an opportunity to find out about extracurricular activities of Investigative Committee officers. After all, our investigators not only investigate probes but, apart from their statutory obligations, help children in difficult living situations, orphans, and veterans.
Moreover, each reader is welcome to share their ideas and suggestions by contacting the editorial office via email. All suggestions will be considered and used for further development of the print media of the Investigative Committee.