The Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia requests a report on a number of incidents with children in regions


Today an online edition published a material criticizing the law enforcement agencies of the Samara region in connection with the circumstances of the death of a 17-year-old teenager. It said that relatives of the deceased doubt the objectiveness of establishing of all causes and conditions that facilitated the death of the teenager. The head of the Investigative Committee of Russia instructed the head of the Samara Regional Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia M.F. Galikhanov to thoroughly study the arguments voiced by the relatives of the teenager and to present a report on the verification measures.

In addition, the media published a complaint from the father of a disabled child who drowned in Sakhalin, who accused the law enforcement agencies of inaction and delaying the investigation of the criminal case into the death of his son. Alexander Bastrykin instructed the head of the Sakhalin Regional Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia B.B. Bazarov to timely report on the progress and latest results of the preliminary investigation and put the investigation of the probe under supervision of the Central Office of the Investigative Committee of Russia.

Apart from that, one of the federal channels discussed the story of a woman from Moscow, who reported on the air that, as a 9-year-old child, she suffered sexual harassment and beatings from her stepfather, who currently lives in the Transbaikal Territory. The Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia instructed the head of the Transbaikal Regional Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia Yu.S. Rusanov to check all the arguments and to present a report on the progress of verification activities.

The results of the investigation are to be supervised by the Central Office of the Committee.

28 September 2021 16:24

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