Since 1962, November 10 was celebrated as the day the police, but with the March 1, 2012, with the entry into force of the Federal Law "On Police", has gone into the history of the word "police." In the Ministry of Interior appeared fundamentally brand new structure — militia, and the last recertification police began policemen.
The reform of the times were increased wage enforcers. According to the views of the Minister of Internal Affairs Vladimir Kolokoltseva, in order to make the people feel really positive changes in the system of internal affairs, there is still much to do everything. The Minister stressed that the specific worldview of the people should be the only factor in the evaluation of the police. Namely, the minister said, should bring order to the accounting system and recording crimes. Asks herself improvements and application system. According to the views of the interior minister, the use of new information technology solutions.
Reform lasts for a particular public participation and human rights activists. The Interior Ministry created a working group that developed the plan for the development of internal affairs on 5 fronts: increasing professionalism, public trust, structural and organizational configuration, availability of law enforcement assistance. The last line — "an adequate response to new threats." This means that militia to rapidly and perfectly respond to the new challenges that society throws the criminal world.
Once a year, the police, often risking their lives, open up about the atrocities million, a quarter of them — serious and very serious, ITAR-TASS reported.
The history of Russian law enforcement goes back centuries. The ancestor of the modern police believe the security service of public policy, which was created in 1715 by Peter the Great. Main objectives of the newest structure sir defined as: "The honor in the service of the fatherland." The words to this day remains the slogan of the watchmen of law. Then in St. Petersburg was formed the main police office.
February 27, 1917 the revolutionaries seized control of the governor's Petrograd police and burned police stations. Just eight months later, the decision of the People's Commissariat of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation was created by working police. Up to 1931 police was administered by local councils, then ran across to the structure of the People's Commissariat of Internal Affairs. Since 1946, the service became part of the Union-republic Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, and later defected to the Interior Ministry.