Yakutia 24 TV channel: No malicious self-isolation regime violators have been identified in the republic to date, as announced by deputy head of the RF MIA employee Mikhail Kondakov at “Actual Interview” on our channel.
“Internal affairs officers make a detour on the streets of settlements in order to conduct preventive work with residents and bring to administrative responsibility those who maliciously ignore the established rules,” he says.
Police stops citizens on the streets so that they file a questionnaire and give them notifications. “At a questionnaires, one indicates the name, year of birth, place of work, place of residence and phone number. Then he gets a notice explaining the procedure for compliance with the introduced rules. The information received is summarized in the working groups of the territorial internal affairs bodies,” Kondakov tells.
If a person maliciously violates the established rules, then he gets administrative measures applied against him. According to the deputy chief of staff, they already have 15 people on note. “No malicious violations been detected, but there are five violations of the self-isolation regime. At the end of the regime, these persons will be held administratively liable,” he said. Mikhail adds that people at self-isolation at the place of residence are checked by law enforcement officials. The dialogue is conducted through the door, intercom, through audio and video calls, video surveillance.