Within the framework of international cooperation in the Administration of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate (STSI) for Moscow, there was held a meeting of representatives of law enforcement agencies of the Republic of Belarus and the chiefs of the STSI Administration of the MIA of Russia GA for Moscow.
The chief of the Moscow STSI, Major-General Viktor Kovalenko, told his CIS colleagues abroad about the organization of operation of the duty-unit of the Moscow State Traffic Safety Inspectorate. As part of the exchange of experience, representatives of the delegation visited the STSI Situation Center, where information was received from more than two hundred thousand video cameras and photo and video recording of violations of the Traffic Rules took place.
Victor Kovalenko conducted an extensive tour of the Office. The tour began with an exposition dedicated to the sports achievements of the personnel of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate of Moscow, where the awards of outstanding athletes in epaulets, as well as veterans of service are presented.
The delegation also visited the sports hall, in which the employees train, improving the skills of self-defense and detaining offenders.
Then the guests were invited to a class of history with its unique exhibits - these were things of the first road policemen, samples of arms from the Great Patriotic War times, driving licenses of past years, and much more. Rare objects aroused considerable interest and admiration of the visitors.
At the end of the event, representatives of law enforcement bodies of the Republic of Belarus expressed their gratitude to the leadership and personnel of the Moscow State Traffic Safety Inspectorate for the experience received and for positive impressions, leaving a record in the book of honorary guests.
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