Aleksandr Gorovoy participated in meeting of Russian Government

MIL OSI – Source: Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs in English – Press Release/Statement

Headline: Aleksandr Gorovoy participated in meeting of Russian Government

First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Colonel General of Police Aleksandr Gorovoy took part in the meeting convened by Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Olga Golodets on the issue of readiness of the education system for the beginning of the new school year.
In his speech, Aleksandr Gorovoy paid special attention to ensuring public order and safety during events dedicated to the Day of Knowledge.
In particular, he noted that on the eve of the school year the police had participated in complex commission inspections of education facilities for their safety. Special trainings were held with the agencies concerned in order to develop the procedure of joint efforts in various circumstances that may complicate the current situation.
In addition, together with representatives of subjects of preventive measures, the police carry out raid measures to check minors and families registered on special lists and to identify children being in socially dangerous situations and not prepared for the beginning of the school year. During the inspections, employees of the internal affairs bodies provide targeted aid to such children, give recommendations to parents on enrollment of children to schools and on receipt of financial assistance.
Campaign “Attention – Children!” is taking place in many regions of the country that is dedicated to children’s safety on the road. Within the campaign, employees of the Traffic Police carry out events aimed at raising awareness of the road safety rules and preventing children’s road injuries.
Finishing his speech, Aleksandr Gorovoy noted that the issues of ensuring public order during the celebration of September 1 were controlled by the management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. All relevant measures required to ensure children’s safety will continue.