Moscow Police Head made a black list of ineffective generals
Major General Oleg Baranov criticized the ineffective work of the Moscow Internal Affairs Directorate.
At the internal meeting, Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Main Department in Moscow Oleg Baranov criticized the leadership, Life reports. He noted the low efficiency of operational and official activities, the disruption of the terms of criminal cases and the official crimes of police officers.
The Head of the Moscow police made a black list of the ineffective chiefs of the Moscow Internal Affairs Directorate, which included: Major General Sergey Veretelnikov (Internal Affairs Directorate in the Northern Administrative District), Major General Boris Pischulin (Internal Affairs Directorate in the South-Eastern Administrative District), Colonel Boris Sheinkin (Internal Affairs Directorate in the Prefecture of Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative Districts), Colonel Shamil Sibanov (Internal Affairs Directorate in the North-East Administrative District), Major-General Alexander Bukach (Department of Internal Affairs in the Central Administrative District) and Major-General Roman Plugin (Department of Internal Affairs in the Southern Administrative District). They received various disciplinary punishments, from severe reprimands and termination of benefits in the amount of 50 thousand rubles ($845) a month to the warning of incomplete service compliance.
Black list and honors
In particular, in relation to General Pichugin it was established that in his management there were attempts to hide the misconduct of his subordinates from higher authorities. General Veretelnikov was reprimanded for the low results of operational and official activities.
However, there were those leaders, whose work was highly appreciated. For example, Major-General and former Head of the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department Igor Zinoviev (Internal Affairs Directorate in the Eastern Administrative District), Major General Andrey Puchkov (Internal Affairs Directorate in the West Administrative District), Colonel Yuri Demin (Internal Affairs Directorate in the South-West Administrative District) received praise. These high-ranking policemen are waiting for bonus.
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