As part of public control over the activities of the police, members of public councils under the internal affairs bodies of the Vladimir region took part in commission examinations of temporary detention facilities (IVS) for persons suspected and accused of committing crimes, as well as persons subjected to administrative arrest.
The inspected IVS were in police departments in Gus-Khrustalny, Yuryev-Polsky, Selivanovsky and Sudogodsky districts of the region, according to the press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Vladimir region.
The inspectors noted the video surveillance systems installed in the premises, and also paid attention to checking the living conditions of the detainees.
The social activists visited the rooms for conducting investigative actions, inspected the catering units and exercise yards. Moreover, they talked to the detainees, asking them questions about their satisfaction with the conditions of detention. No complaints were received.
At the end of the check, the community members positively assessed the conditions of detention in the IVS and noted the compliance of the premises there with all the necessary requirements.