Today in Volgograd, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation - Chief of the Investigation Department Lieutenant-General of Justice Aleksandr Romanov introduced the newly appointed Chief of the GA for Investigation of the MIA of Russia Regional GA to the personnel.
On April 1, 2019, by Decree of the President of the Russian Federation, Colonel of Justice Vladislav Strukov was appointed Deputy Chief of the MIA of Russia GA for the Volgograd Region - Chief of the GA for Investigation. He began serving in the internal affairs bodies in 1993 as a militiaman of the company of the security division at the IA Division of the Voroshilovsky District Executive Committee of Volgograd. After graduating from the Volgograd Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in 1997, he was appointed investigator of the investigative sub-division of the Voroshilovsky District Division of Internal Affairs in the city of Volgograd. From 2001 to 2019, he held senior positions at the investigative units of the MIA of Russia Administration for the city of Volgograd and of the MIA of Russia GA for the Volgograd Region.
At the introduction of the new Chief, Aleksandr Romanov noted that Vladislav Strukov over more than twenty years of service had gone a long way of professional development, gained considerable experience, which would certainly be useful to him in the management of the GA for Investigation of the MIA of Russia GA for the Volgograd Region.
The event was held with the participation of representatives of state authorities and law enforcement bodies of the region.
Then the Deputy Minister held a meeting with the leadership of the regional GA, chiefs and officers of the GA for Investigation of the MIA of Russia GA for the Volgograd Region.
At the end of the trip, Aleksandr Romanov visited the Volgograd Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, training personnel for investigative units of the internal affairs bodies. Accompanied by the Chief of the Academy, Major-General of Police Vladimir Tretyakov, he examined the experimental laboratory of forensic research, the museum of criminology, classrooms and training grounds, the library and the hall of veteran glory.
Also, the Chief of the Investigation Department met with the faculty and cadets, wished the staff of the Academy success in training qualified personnel for law enforcement agencies in Russia, CIS and other countries.
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