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The Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Chukotka Autonomous Region is equipped with 81,8% vehicles and motorcycles
As of November 1, the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug is equipped with cars and motor vehicles by 81,8%. This was reported by the press service of the Chukotka administration with reference to the head of the federal state institution "Center for economic and service support" of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Anatoly Tsaruk.
According to him, this indicator makes it possible to fully fulfill the tasks set to ensure public order and suppress crime in the region. “In general, 16 pieces of equipment were received this year, 11 of which will be sent to the municipal districts of Chukotka. In particular, the police departments in Pevek and Bilibino have already received one track (all-terrain vehicle), two UAZ vehicles have been delivered to Lavrentia and Provideniya, two units have been transferred to the village of Egvekinot, ”Anatoly Tsaruk said, explaining that five more vehicles are currently in Anadyr at the stage of distribution.
“In 2015, it is also planned to take measures to decommission old equipment and renew the fleet of cars and swimming facilities. In addition, the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs continues to work on the recruitment of an aviation detachment of the Chukotka police, which will be involved in the performance of tasks in remote areas of the district, ”said Anatoly Tsaruk.
This year, the district budget allocated about 3,3 million rubles to improve the material and technical base of the Office. Until the end of the year, it is planned to hand over to the Department a UAZ vehicle, two snowmobiles, as well as equipment for inspecting the accident site, computer equipment, portable video recorders and analyzers of ethanol vapor in the exhaled air.