Mopping up in Moscow Criminal Investigation Department: all operatives were dismissed
A wave of anti-corruption mopping up reached the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department.
Today it became known about the dismissal of almost all employees of the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department, with the exception of officers of the 1st operatively-search division – the Homicide. How many of them will be offered a new contract it remains unknown. The Main Department of Internal Affairs will consider each candidate separately for 2 months.
According to the official data, mass redundancies are the part of the reorganization of the Moscow Police, including Moscow Criminal Investigation Department, the Main Investigations Directorate and the press service of the Chief Directorate. According to the source of the CrimeRussia, dismissals held in the framework of the global anti-corruption mopping up.
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