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The Russian Interior Ministry is looking for new criteria to rate the performance of police personnel
The Russian Interior Ministry is looking for new criteria to rate the performance of police personnel and shifting the emphasis to efforts to regain credibility with the population, Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev told Itar-Tass in an interview. “In the modern situation the struggle against terrorism and crime can be effective only on the condition of vast support from the public, which, in turn requires confidence in the police personnel. This line of activity is a priority one, and I keep an eye on it myself. We have been already able to see that the situation has been changing for the better. Ever more often people see police officers as those who can protect them and extend a helping hand, if need be.” Nurgaliyev recalled the highlights of his recent message to the police personnel. “Each police officer must observe tact in communicating with citizens, take a considerate attitude to their requests and complaints, mind their language and maintain a good appearance. Each member of the police force must never forget that one’s duty is to protect law and order and that any violation of the law and human rights and freedoms incurs tough punishment,” Nurgaliyev said. He dismissed the rumors there were plans for appointing him as the presidential representative in the Volga Federal District. “At least I have no knowledge of such plans,” Nurgaliyev said. “Some reporters may have jumped at this hasty conclusions in connection with my frequent trips to this region. All of those trips were scheduled ones and concerned Interior Ministry affairs. It makes no sense to look for any underlying factors.”
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