Sverdlovsk Region Investigation Department deputy chief heads Bureau of Internal Affairs of MIA in Moscow
Terror for the Urals organized crime groups and thieves in law will take care of the security of the Moscow police central board.
Konstantin Stroganov, the deputy head of the Criminal Investigations Directorate of the MIA Directorate for the Sverdlovsk region, has been appointed head of the Bureau of Internal Affairs of the Main Directorate of the MIA in Moscow, Kommersant reports.
According to the newspaper, the order for the appointment of Colonel Stroganov was signed, he will take office on November 5.
The fact that the candidature of Stroganov was recommended for the post of head of the Bureau of Internal Affairs of MIA in Moscow was revealed to the Urals media on August 1. However, on September 14, Colonel Stroganov returned from vacation to his former place of work, personally refuting rumors of a transfer to Moscow.
Made a colonel in July 2018 by order of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Vladimir Kolokoltsev, Konstantin Stroganov has been working in the structures of the Ministry of Internal Affairs since 1996. He began his career in the capital. After entering the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation he began to work as a policeman for the protection of objects of municipal property at the same time. Since 2000 he was the security officer of the Konkovo MIA Directorate of the South-Western Administrative District of Moscow. In 2002, he went to the regional administration for the fight against organized crime (RUOP) for the South-Eastern Administrative Area of Moscow, where by 2011 he had reached the head of the 7th operational-investigative unit.
In the same year, at the suggestion of his former leader Mikhail Borodin, who headed the MIA Directorate the Sverdlovsk region, Stroganov moved to Yekaterinburg, where he headed the department for combating organized crime at the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Sverdlovsk region.
It was in this position that made Stroganov become widely known in the Middle Urals. On his account there are dozens of special operations to identify and suppress organized criminal groups, gatherings of thieves in law. Under the leadership of Stroganov, the department was engaged in the investigation of high-profile cases of organized criminal group of Povarov and the Lithuanian killer Zamolskis, employees of the Foundation City Without Drugs, organized criminal groups of Nikolay Smovzh, Chudinov, and others.