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FSSP proposed to collect biometric data of alimony workers

FSSP proposed to collect biometric data of alimony workers
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The Federal Bailiff Service offered to collect biometric data of citizens who are wanted for non-payment of alimony. Video recording systems are already being used to find such debtors.

As the TASS, the use of video recording and biometrics collection systems, in the opinion of bailiffs, can improve the search for debtors. As Dmitry Zheludkov, deputy head of the department for the organization of enforcement proceedings of the FSSP, noted at a round table in the Federation Council, the expansion of the powers of the bailiffs will be directed primarily to the alimony workers. Now bailiffs have the right to check documents, interview citizens and make inquiries.

According to Zheludkov's proposal, information could be sent to the FSSP online when citizens move in any passenger transport, crossing the state border. Also, after the completed enforcement proceedings, he proposed collecting biometric data, especially for those citizens who were previously wanted.

According to Zheludkov, the search for alimony debtors is one of the main problems of enforcement proceedings. Many of them lead a marginal lifestyle, do not want to get a job, do not have property and income. By April 1, the share of industries for which the right to receive alimony is exercised amounted to 73% of 788 thousand alimony industries.

 

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