5 One Day Of a Russian Police Inspector

One Day Of a Russian Police Inspector

Posted on December 1, 2013 by team


One ordinary day of a police inspector from Ufa – Marcel Khamitov, 28. He lives with a wife and two little children in a rented flat right in the basement of an old two-storey house.

7 a.m. The family is already awake.

After the breakfast Marcel takes the children to the kindergarten and goes to work.

Department of Internal Affairs where Marcel works.

Morning meeting.

Police inspectors deal with approximately 80% of all statements and cases.

Marcels’s on the way to the investogating committee.

11.10 – various documentation and means of communication.

The first “visitor”. His wife wrote a statement about his drunkenness. Now being sober and quiet he is writing an explanatory.

The equipment they have is not so modern…

Another visitor does not speak Russian fluently, it turned out he came by mistake.

This elderly man told his brother had stolen his documents and his location is unknown now. But when the police contacted his relatives they found out that the elderly man simply made up this story… Somethimes such things happen too…

1 p.m. Policemen go to the neighbouring cafe for lunch.

Patrolling the neighbourhood.

This granny is complaining of her neighbors who are constantly screaming and making noise.

So Marcel goes to visit them. On the floor is a man with no legs. Nearby are the coins he begged from passers-by

Marcel draws up a report and leaves.

Dwellers of the same house complain of a homeless man spending nights in a switchboard room.

Marcel sends the man to the special centre where such people are given jobs and nights lodging.

4.42 p.m. This man replaced the entrance door and the old one was stolen so he came with his statement.

The police has to go to the place of the incident and … a miracle happens! In an old garage at the local scrap yard they find the stolen door.

Now Marcel is at the place of the incident. The suspected neighbor is not at home.

A lot of weapons are stored in another flat. Police inspectors have to check all the numbers and documents.

This man was making noise in the house, Marcel was luckily passing by…

This woman got her passport stolen…

8.02 p.m. Bringing all the protocols, statements and reports to the duty inspector.

Marcel is reporting on his work and gets new tasks – seven of them!

8.50 p.m. Raid on illegal immigrants.

9.37 p.m. Turning in the arms in the Department of Internal Affairs.

Meeting with the boss.

10.50 p.m. Finally at home!

Tea and patties before going to bed. The next day won’t be easier!

via odin-moy-den

 

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5 Responses to “One Day Of a Russian Police Inspector”

  1. Douglas says:

    Lovely family. He has a thankless job of trying to keep peace among the wild kitty cats of the city.

  2. Jean says:

    Extraordinairy life, and a very nice family.

  3. MAXDMG says:

    Shitty hard work, but usally not danger….

  4. Dakheel says:

    Nice family, nice home, but hard work if it will be everyday .

  5. Aaron says:

    Thank God for men and women like him around the world.

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