10 Russian Police School

Russian Police School

Posted on October 20, 2006 by team


We’ve seen already faces of Russian police in two parts.

And now we can see how do they study in Russian police school.


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10 Responses to “Russian Police School”

  1. katjusha says:

    this is funny video, but just as the one about doctors washing hands, this video is also not a real situation. maybe these young men are police trainees, i really don’t know, but they sure are not taking driving classes this way.

  2. Sasha says:

    This look like some police cadet being silly not real stuff.

  3. Robert says:

    This is fantastic.

    In Britain you get told off by some people for laughing at this stuff, but I don’t care!

  4. oops says:

    The reference to this web-site was given to me by French Police Officer with the comment “not true but funny”.

  5. Granite Bay, CA says:

    Katjusha, you can’t spell.

  6. Pedal Moose says:

    how many peders discussing pointless issue!

  7. dan says:

    Hi people. Russian (and any) police is a collection of different people. Yeah there are quite a lot of high-payed professionals there. I know some of ‘em (well known OMON for ex.). BUT there no pople in Russia which can have REAL monthly income of about less than 50 EUR. Sure. Ye one can be payed as this monthly but not for full-rate employment. This also can be in Germany or whereever. If one works for 3-5 hours per month for some company he’s not often payed as EUR 5000 monthly :)

    So if one from Russia tells you that he/she’s payed like this, beleive – it’s not full-rate employment. Or – it can be called like this but they are doing nothing at work – and can do some extra job for REAL money.

    Also you have to take into account that lot’s of things are much cheaper in Russia. Or free at all. Heating costs nealy nothing. Gas, water, etc also. So income of 200 EUR per month per person is REALLY enough for living. But most of people have more.

    Just go here. It’s a sguare in front of Uni in Perm, some non-capital city in Russia. Now (when i’m writing) it’s a night ofcource, but during the day you can try to count cars. Most of parked ones belong to studnets and professors. You can browse other webcams (site is in russian, sorry) and see what’s there.

    Yeah. The city looks not as good as Vienna :) but… Bus ticket is 20 cent, average salary is 600 EUR NET. (Average income? Who knows! They are quite different here). Not_very_good_but_driving russian car costs 5000-6000 EUR (3-5-year credit and trade-in are available). Do you want to live like that? May be not. But it’s really not so bad.

    You want to see real russian police training? You’d better not. It’s not interesting and not funny.

  8. Eskafolon says:

    Seriously to discuss this video, absence of sense of humour is necessary. To the fool it is clear, it is a joke. And the laughter confirms it.

  9. Masta says:

    Your Bunny Wrote !!!
    ACAB!

  10. Isn’t posting this kinda stuff fantastic ? Keep up the awesome work !

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