Military police will create a database of criminals and malicious violators of discipline
Previously, such data was not stored in a single array.
The base will be divided into several sections. In one there will be data on the servicemen who have committed crimes or administrative offenses, are on the wanted list or who left their units without permission.
In the other, complete information will be collected on the crimes committed, including those whose investigation has not been completed.
In the third section, statistics of crimes and administrative offenses will be accumulated.
A separate section will contain data on victims, military prosecutors, judges, investigators and their families who have used the witness protection program.
It is noted that the automated database will allow for the rapid exchange of information with other security forces, such as the FSB, the Interior Ministry, the Emergencies Ministry. In addition, the emergence of the information array will help improve the work on the prevention of crimes and other offenses in the units and formations of the RF Armed Forces. In addition, the volume of data collected will allow to clarify the recommendations for maintaining law and order, depending on the military district or branch of the military.
- Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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