Alexander Polshakov appointed Head of Tambov region ID ICR
Major-General of Justice Alexander Polshakov is appointed the Head of the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia in the Tambov region (ID ICR) by a decree of President Vladimir Putin.
New Head of the ID ICR, who took over the position of vacated from office in August 2016 Alexander Tiskovsky, was presented to the regional leadership of law enforcement and security agencies in the Tambov Region by Governor Alexander Nikitin.
He also congratulated Polshakov with an appointment. In response, the Major-General noted that he had already become acquainted with the region and is aimed at a cooperation.
Alexander Polshakov was born in Orel in 1978. After graduating from the Law Institute of the Russian Interior Ministry in 1999, he served in law enforcement bodies, tax police and the Federal Drug Control Service. He joined the Investigative Committee in September of 2007. From October 2011 to December 2016 he served as the Deputy Head of the ID ICR in the Khabarovsk region.
Unnecessary witness. Death of penitentiary service lieutenant colonel Viktor Shevchenko: Suicide or murder?
Two events occurred in close succession in the Irkutsk region. On February 11, 2018, it became known that major general Anatoly Kilanov, Head of the Regional Directorate of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, was removed from office. The main suspect in an anti-corruption inquest carried out in late 2017, Kilanov was accused of extorting ‘levies’ from his subordinates. On February 12, 2018, Viktor Shevchenko, his deputy for service support, was found hanged. The investigation is currently explaining this suicide by a family quarrel. Has the lieutenant colonel really taken his own life? Or was it a disguised murder? And if so, who could be interested in it?