Former Leningrad Region Prosecutor.
Stanislav Ivanov was born in 1965 in the Town of Glazov, Udmurt Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
He graduated from the Moscow Law University.
Mr Ivanov began working in law enforcement in 1985, when he got hired by the Ministry of International Affairs of the Russian Federation Directorate in Frunzencky District, Moscow. He worked as a police officer for the private security department until 1992. He got employed as an investigator for the Kirovsky (Butirsky) District, Moscow Inter-District Prosecutor’s Office in 1992.
He worked as the Zavodskoy District (City of Grozny, Chechen Republic) prosecutor from November 2004 to July 2005.
Mr Ivanov worked as the Moscow Western Administrative District prosecutor from 2006 to 2013. He was then appointed the First Deputy Kaluga Region Prosecutor.
He was appointed the Leningrad Region Prosecutor under a presidential decree August 6, 2016.
A criminal case against Mr Ivanov was opened on the allegation of breaking the article 290, part 6 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Bribe-Taking on an Especially Large Scale”) in 2016. Investigators accused him of taking a 20 million rubles bribe from entrepreneurs Aleksey Varichev, the Chair of the Board of the Upravlyaushchaya Kompaniya Po Obrashcheniyu S Otkhodamy Lenoblasti Waste Recycling Company, and Semen Kuzmin, an “illicit entrepreneur”.
Stanislav Ivanov was dismissed from the office under a presidential decree October 31, 2016.