Russian police reform

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Russian police reform (Закон о Полиции, Zakon o Politsii; Law on Police) is an ongoing reform initiated by then President Dmitry Medvedev to improve the efficiency of Russia's police forces, decrease corruption and improve the public image of law enforcement among other goals.wikipedia
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Dmitry Medvedev

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Russian police reform (Закон о Полиции, Zakon o Politsii; Law on Police) is an ongoing reform initiated by then President Dmitry Medvedev to improve the efficiency of Russia's police forces, decrease corruption and improve the public image of law enforcement among other goals.
Medvedev initiated a substantial law enforcement reform and launched an anti-corruption campaign, despite having been accused of corruption himself.

President of Russia

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Russian police reform (Закон о Полиции, Zakon o Politsii; Law on Police) is an ongoing reform initiated by then President Dmitry Medvedev to improve the efficiency of Russia's police forces, decrease corruption and improve the public image of law enforcement among other goals.

Corruption in Russia

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Russian police reform (Закон о Полиции, Zakon o Politsii; Law on Police) is an ongoing reform initiated by then President Dmitry Medvedev to improve the efficiency of Russia's police forces, decrease corruption and improve the public image of law enforcement among other goals.

Law enforcement in Russia

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Russian police reform (Закон о Полиции, Zakon o Politsii; Law on Police) is an ongoing reform initiated by then President Dmitry Medvedev to improve the efficiency of Russia's police forces, decrease corruption and improve the public image of law enforcement among other goals.

Russia

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These changes stipulate a personnel cut of 20%, the renaming of Russian law enforcers from "militsiya" (militia) to "politsiya" (police), substantial increases in salaries, centralisation of financing, and several other changes.

Militsiya

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These changes stipulate a personnel cut of 20%, the renaming of Russian law enforcers from "militsiya" (militia) to "politsiya" (police), substantial increases in salaries, centralisation of financing, and several other changes.

Police of Russia

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Russian police reform (Закон о Полиции, Zakon o Politsii; Law on Police) is an ongoing reform initiated by then President Dmitry Medvedev to improve the efficiency of Russia's police forces, decrease corruption and improve the public image of law enforcement among other goals. These changes stipulate a personnel cut of 20%, the renaming of Russian law enforcers from "militsiya" (militia) to "politsiya" (police), substantial increases in salaries, centralisation of financing, and several other changes.

Russian ruble

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Around 217 billion rubles ($7 billion) have been allocated from the federal budget to finance the reform.

Ukraine

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Compared to other countries, the trust in the police in Russia is higher than in Ukraine and Belarus, but less than in Slovakia and substantially smaller than in Western European countries such as Germany.

Belarus

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Compared to other countries, the trust in the police in Russia is higher than in Ukraine and Belarus, but less than in Slovakia and substantially smaller than in Western European countries such as Germany.

Slovakia

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Compared to other countries, the trust in the police in Russia is higher than in Ukraine and Belarus, but less than in Slovakia and substantially smaller than in Western European countries such as Germany.

Levada Center

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According to a 2005 study by the Levada-Center research organisation, almost 60% of the surveyed police officers had additional jobs to supplement their income, and almost 20% gained additional income during working hours.

State Duma

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On 27 October 2010, President Medvedev submitted the draft to the lower house of the State Duma.

Alexei Kudrin

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On 9 October 2010, Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin announced that around 217 billion rubles ($7 billion) will go to the police reform from the federal budget in 2012–2013.

Presidency of Dmitry Medvedev

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Another important program has been the Russian police reform, launched by Medvedev in 2009, and led to the renaming of the Policing Organisation from Militsiya to police.

Domestic policy of Vladimir Putin

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Under Medvedev's presidency, Putin's government implemented some key reforms in the area of state security, the Russian police reform and the Russian military reform.

OMON

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Following Russia's 2011 police reform, Russian OMON units were to be renamed Distinctive Purpose Teams (KON), while OMSN (SOBR) would become Special Purpose Teams (KSN).

Dmitry Medvedev's First Cabinet

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Under Medvedev, only six out of 22 ministers remained in their previous positions: Anatoly Serdyukov kept his position of the Minister of Defense; Sergei Lavrov kept his position as Minister for Foreign Affairs (and became the longest-serving minister); Anton Siluanov kept his position as Minister of Finance; Vitaly Mutko kept his position as Minister of Sport, and Aleksandr Konovalov kept his position as Minister of Justice, while Vladimir Puchkov was appointed as new Minister for Emergency Situations and Vladimir Kolokoltsev became Minister for Internal Affairs, responsible for the Russian police reform.

Police Band Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia

Police Band Service of the Ministry of Interior of Russia
The present form of the bands was assumed in 2011 as part of the Russian police reform, which brought the police services in line with those of other countries in the world.

Vladimir Putin

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Under Medvedev's presidency, Putin's government implemented some key reforms in the area of state security, the Russian police reform and the Russian military reform.

Moscow City Police

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During the Soviet era, the service was known as the Moscow Municipal Militsiya (Russian: Муниципальная милиция, Москва) until 2011, when it was given its current name by then-President Dmitry Medvedev in the Russian police reform.

The Major (film)

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Subsequently, Sobolev decides to confess everything and to be punished, but the other police officers do not like the idea because in covering for the major, they reveal traces of their own abuse, in this modernized yet still corrupted police force.

Police Day

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The latter was used as the name of the Russian holiday until the adoption of President Dmitry Medvedev's Russian police reform in March 2011.

Law enforcement by country

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The Police is operating under MVD, and currently the police is under wide reform.