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First Minister of Internal Affairs of Tajikistan

First Minister of Internal Affairs of Tajikistan was Abdullo Ermuhamadov. December 14, 1924, was appointed People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of the Tajik Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, was known as an experienced officer, under the name "Iron Commissar". Managed Office Abdullo Ermuhamadov in the period from 1924 to 1927.

 
Ulugbibi Saidova - the first Tajik woman police officer

Ulugbibi Saidova born in Kanibadam town, considered to be one of the first female police officer. She lost her husband in 25-year-old age, who worked in the police department, and was killed by robber bands, and with 4 children left her alone.

Then this brave woman, decided to become a policeman. Head of the police department Kanibadam during talk noted that the work of the police is not a woman's business, and very dangerous. But Ulugbibi insisted on, and the chief had to take her to the ranks of the police. This initiative of the local women in those difficult times was indeed heroic, and shows its courage and daring.

 
The longest period of reign in the position of Minister of Ministry of Internal Affairs

General Interior Bobo Mahkamov in the post of Minister of Internal Affairs of the Tajik SSR worked 18 years, 7 months and 22 days (1954-1972), and was in such a high position over all the past and previous ministers.

During manual of Bobo Mahkamov the internal affairs of Tajikistan strengthened its logistical base and reserve personnel, the impact of the level of confidence in the police has increased among the population.

 
Why do police cars use red and blue lights?

According to AutoEvolution, there is no definitive answer as to why police cars use red and blue lights. However, one of the most commonly seen answers is to make the lights easier to recognize for people who suffer from color blindness. People who suffer from red color-blindness can see the color blue and vice versa.

Police lights are fairly easy to notice, but authorities have faced criticism around the world for the strobe lights. Flashing lights, like those found on top of police cars, have been known to trigger seizures in people who suffer from photosensitive epilepsy. Police in Britain have prevented this by making their lights flash only five times per second, while many police vehicles around the world have lights that flash 10 times per second. Reducing this number by half makes the lights on top of police cars safe for roughly 95 percent of people who suffer from epilepsy.

 
What are the French police called?

With a manpower of 150,000 officers, the Police Nationale are the major civilian law enforcement in the large urban areas of France. The counterpart of this organization are the Gendarmerie Nationale, 105,000 officers strong. They are the military police of the country, responsible for patrolling airports, seaports and military installations in France, as well as rural areas and small towns. Both forces are part of the Department of the Interior. In addition, France has a Municipal Police force with approximately 20,000 officers responsible in conjunction with the Police Nationale for patrolling large urban areas of the country.

 
Why are police called cops?

Use of the term "cop" to refer to a police officer came about because a "copper" is someone who captures or seizes something in English slang. The word "cop" came to mean apprehension in the mid-19th century, and since police officers often capture or seize criminals, English officers came to be known as "coppers." The tradition spread to the United States, and eventually it was shortened to "cop.

There are a number of apocryphal theories concerning the true origin of the term "cop." One of the most common theories suggests that it is an acronym for "constable on patrol," but there is no historical or etymological evidence to back up this interpretation. Most acronym-based words entered the language in the 20th century, and police officers have been called cops or coppers for much longer. Another common misconception is that the term refers to copper buttons that an officer would wear on his uniform, but this is similarly unsupported by any historical evidence.

 
Interesting facts about the police

In Russia the police appeared in the 12th century. She was on the content of the inhabitants of the cities , not the state. Police servants in the lower orders - called Zemsky yaryzhki . Zemsky yaryzhki in Moscow dressed in clothes of red and green. In the 18th century, the police in Russia , not only to keep order in the city, but also performed a number of economic functions : engaged in beautification of the city - the paving of streets, drainage of swampy places , garbage collection , etc. Through the efforts of the police in 1721 in St. Petersburg were first put lights and benches . Was organized by the fire department . In addition, the police have the powers of the court and was able to impose penalties in criminal cases.

 
U.S. police

Did you know that the term " U.S. police " not, each state has its own police department that is independent of the others. In different states of the structure of police departments vary quite considerably , but the basic features you can still see. Salaries of police in the United States - from 40 thousand dollars a year. With seniority, this amount increases. Overtime is paid at the rate of 150%. That is 1:00 of overtime is 1, 5 'normal' hours.

 

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Operatively-search activity: History and modernity

The book Operative-search activity: History and modernity of Minister of the Interior Rahimzoda Ramazon Hamro- PhD, Honored Lawyer of Tajikistan Lieutenant General of Militia published in Russian language.

The paper highlights the issues of history of formation and development of operational and investigative activities in the historic and modern Tajikistan, which has not yet been covered in our jurisprudence.

The book is intended for faculty, adjuncts, students, cadets and operational law enforcement authorities of the Republic of Tajikistan.

A new book by the Minister of Internal Affairs

The monograph under heading; "Operative-search measures: Legal bases", whose author is Rahimzoda Ramazon Hamro, Minister of Internal Affairs, Lieutenant-General, PhD, Honored Lawyer of Tajikistan, was published in Russian lavguage as the language of interethnic communication.

Which examines the development of operational and investigative activities in modern Tajikistan, concept, some of the features and the order of carrying out of operatively-search actions, as well as the order of the results of operational search actions for investigator, body of inquiry, the prosecutor and the court.

This book is intended for teachers, adjuncts, students, cadets, and operational law enforcement authorities of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Training manual

This manual is designed to provide a uniform legal practice experience, and serves as a training tool for the control of procurement of drugs, which is considered one of the most effective search operations.  

REVIEW

 The Review to textbook Rahimov R.H. "Operative-search activity"

from name of the Deputy Majlisi Oli Republic of the Tajikistan Imomova A.Kh.,

candidate of the legal sciences, state adviser to justices 2nd degree.

 

Preamble

It Is Approved

Strategy of the reform to militias on 2013 - 2020

The Strategy of the reform to militias on 2013-2020 (hereinafter Strategy), founding on rate of the Constitutions of the Republic of Tajikistan, defines to purposes, priorities and measures on reform and development to militias, and reflects the actions a Government Republic of Tajikistan on urgent period.

The second edition of the textbook "Operative-search activity"

 Published a second book "Operative-search activity» by author Rahimzoda Ramazon Hamro. This book covers the basic aspects of this type of legal activity; it used forward practices in the field of the law of prominent scientist and as a reference book designed to teach in higher and secondary special educational institutions relevant organs.

The third edition of the textbook "Operative-search activity"

The textbook " Operative-search activity " by author Rahimzoda Ramazon Hamro prepared taking into account the time requirements and normative legal acts in this area, covering general aspects of this type of legal activities.

This book in order to improve and develop the activities of law enforcement agencies, designed for a wide range of readers, to wit teachers, graduate students and adjuncts, students, cadets, employees of operational investigative activities, prosecutors, judges, lawyers.

SPEECHES BY THE PRESIDENT

The speech of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan

Emomali Rahmon on solemn meeting in honour of

Day to militias”.

 

HELPLINE

Telephone 1919

By initiative of Interior Minister Lieutenant - General of militia  Rahimzoda Ramazon Hamro the telephone switch 1919 has been functioned in the country for all units of the interior ministry across Tajikistan.  

Calling this number from mobile phones, (GPRS, CDMA) and fixed line phones citizens may get in touch with police departments and stations to report a crime, emergencies, complaints, or any important information.   

Telephone of the confidence

Telephone of the confidence

Minister of the internal of Affairs.

(8372) 221-21-21 

The Telephone of the confidence of the subdivisions

MIA RT DMIA in Dushanbe town.

(8372) 221-15-00

DMIA in Sogd region

(83422) 6-22-22

DMIA in Khatlon region

(83222) 2-13-13

DMIA in Badakhshan region

(83522) 2-21-21

 Zonal subdivision DMIA Khatlon region, Kulyab area

(83322) 3-39-79

DMIA groups region Rasht

(83131) 2-21-21

The Announcement!


The Ministry internal of Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan

invites the specialist with knowledge of the Chinese language for working:

The Requirements to candidate:

- a higher education;

- a knowledge of the Chinese language on professional level;

- a knowledge Tajik and Russian languages is greeted;

- an age - before 35 years;

- military

The Interested persons can send their own CV to e-mail:

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The Telephone for contact:

223-23-31.

mobile reporter

The official website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan established Page "Mobile Reporter" (regardless of nationality), in which citizens can quickly send their videos related crimes offenses, violations of the law, accidents, natural disasters, fires, accidents and other incidents, reflecting wide public resonance.

Best video images offered by "mobile reporter" will be evaluated by the Commission of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan and will be awarded with valuable prizes, cash prizes. Also for the end of quarter, if the best posted video counted towards the best, regardless of the consideration received from the previous competitions, will again awarded.

"Mobile Reporter" using social networking sites such as; Viber, WhatsApp, IMO, Telegrams, WeChat can send their news, messages, video images, videos to mobile number + 992 939 222 111 or e-mail the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. online.

Citizens due their request can send materials in three languages; Tajik, Russian and English.

Confidentiality of the persons sent their materials will be guaranteed.