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FSO MIA Joint Editorial Office

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Assets

Assets

For August, 2012 enter the Joint edition Ministry of Internal Affairs:

  • Militia Wave radio station,
  • magazines "Zashchita I Bezopasnost",
  • "Caucasian meridian",
  • Police of Russia,
  • "Commonwealth",
  • Shchit I Mech newspapers and
  • "Dangerous age",
  • almanac "Professional",
  • Medical bulletin Ministry of Internal Affairs and
  • Economic bulletin Ministry of Internal Affairs.

History

1989: Creation of the Sovetskaya Milition magazine and Shchit I Mech newspaper

The history of the Joint edition begins in the late eighties when during Perestroika conversions the management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR had a thought of need to have in the ministry as publications not only magazines on the main activities, but also all-ministerial operational publication, i.e. the newspaper.

For this purpose the Minister of Internal Affairs of the USSR V.V. Bakatin in August, 1989 invited for the management of Soviet militia Ministry of Internal Affairs magazine of the deputy editor of ideological department of Pravda newspaper editorial office Andrey Grigoryevich Chernenko who was appointed the Chief Editor of the magazine the order of August 28, 1989.

At the initiative of A.G. Chernenko in November, 1989 as the annex to the Sovetskaya Milition magazine the monthly newspaper "Shchit I Mech" began to appear. Trial number appeared on October 6, and the first number 15 of November, 1989.

1990: Creation of the joint newspaper editorial office and magazine

Practice of work of mass media of the ministry in 1989 - 1990 showed all importance of the newspaper as the operational publication capable effectively and immediately to react to these or those phenomena of public life, to explain to employees policy of the country leaders and the ministry. With respect thereto the Shchit I Mech newspaper was transformed by the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR No. 243 of 6/26/1990 to weekly independent body of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, with reflection on its pages of all fields of activity of the ministry, and the editorial office of the Sovetskaya Milition magazine was transformed to the joint editorial office of the magazine and newspaper.

The additional division - Soviet Militia publishing house - Code was entered into structure of edition. The same order, A.G. Chernenko, with release from duties of the Chief Editor of the Sovetskaya Milition magazine was appointed the Chief Editor of the joint edition.

1991-1999: Formation of the joint edition Ministry of Internal Affairs

In June, 1991 A.G. Chernenko was appointed the chief of the Center of public relations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, and his first deputy militia major general Vladimir Nikitovich Shashkov began to fulfill duties of the Chief Editor. He had to carry out work on conversion of division as the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR No. 285 of 8/7/1991 based on the Joint editorial office of the Sovetskaya Milition magazine, the Shchit I Mech newspapers and Kodeks publishing houses and Ministry of Internal Affairs printing houses of the USSR created the Joint edition Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR.

The known events of August, 1991 and the followed changes in the system of the ministry did not allow to complete this work. Only with formation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in January, 1992 this work was resumed. The order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation No. 25 of 2/9/1992 approved salaries of staff of the Joint editorial office of magazines of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. Quite so originally hereinafter was referred to the SHOUTING of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. Order No. 137l/s of 2/24/1992 the Chief Editor of OR appointed the Chief Editor of the magazine of internal troops "On a fighting post" Alexander Georgiyevich Gorlov.

However it was not succeeded to create a single departmental system of all-ministerial mass media at that moment. Each of central boards aimed to have the printing editions. The main command of internal troops, the Head Department of the Penitentiary, Head department of fire protection saved at that time magazines in the subordination. Remained and became to exist in parallel in the Ministry of Internal Affairs two newspapers "Shchit I Mech" and "Rossiyskiye militseyskiye vedomosti". Therefore the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation No. 102 by which the Joint editorial office of magazines of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation is renamed into FSO MIA Joint Editorial Office was signed on April 6, 1992 and its new structure is set. Militia, the Shchit I Mech newspaper, Teleradio edition "Kriminform" and the Publishing and polygraphic consolidation "Fatherland" had to be a part of edition the magazine. But, without looking also at this order, the Ministry of Internal Affairs printing house remained independent again and was not a part of OR.

The next attempt to arrange management of mass media of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation was made in 1994. This event was connected with aspiration of the management of that time of TsOS to take under the control and to close on itself the management of departmental electronic mass media and printed departmental media. The order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation No. 349 of 6/19/1994 based on Teleradio edition "Kriminform" OR of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation created the Teleradio studio of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation subordinated directly to the Center of public relations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The same order to the structure of the Joint editorial office transferred the magazines "Crime and Punishment ", "Fire Case" and the Rossiyskiye Militseyskiye Vedomosti newspaper based on which the issue of the daily newspaper Ministry of Internal Affairs was planned. Thus, 4 magazines and 2 newspapers were a part of OR. In December, 1994 in the structure of OR the book editorial office was formed. It was not succeeded to organize a release of the daily newspaper Ministry of Internal Affairs, and in 1996 the release of "The Russian militia sheets" was stopped, and edition is defunct.

Since January, 1997 in OR the monthly public and legal newspaper for youth "Dangerous age" began to appear.

The new stage of the OR conversions was connected with return to A.G. Chernenko's guide. Appointed in August, 1997 the deputy head of department of information and public relations and the chief of FSO MIA Joint Editorial Office, it initiated the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs No. 558 of 8/25/1997 by which the Joint edition was transformed from the state enterprise to the "FSO MIA Joint Editorial Office" Federal state institution subordinated to the Ministry of Internal Affairs. In the structure of OR were returned TV and radio edition. An attempt to integrate the publishing and polygraphic enterprise (printing house) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation with OR was again made. Thus the chief's position was entered into OR, and the Chief Editor became the first deputy chief. However already on September 26 the same year A.G. Chernenko is appointed the Head of Information Department and public relations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, and A.G. Gorlov becomes the chief of OR. It was at this position till December, 1997. After its leaving by the new chief of OR the Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation No. 161l/s of 2/12/1998 appointed Oleg Lvovich Ivanov who was on this post till November, 2001.

The order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation No. 576 of 8/2/1999 in OR held organizational and regular events, the position of the First Deputy Chief Editor was transformed to a position of the first deputy chief of OR, positions of two more deputy chief are entered, and editors of editions became Chief Editors.

2001: Samokhvalov's appointment head of the joint edition

In November, 2001 also the management of OR was replaced. The chief of OR Nikolay Fedorovich Samokhvalov was appointed the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.

In November, 2002 the OR new magazine "Medical bulletin Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation" was published.

Since January, 2003, in connection with transition of fire service to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the structure of OR was left by the Pozharnoye Delo magazine. Since 2003 changes in structure of OR did not happen, there were only changes in the number of separate divisions and the directions them activity were specified. So, in 2007 the format of broadcasting of Militia Wave radio station was significantly changed.

2012: Samokhvalov and Mironenko's scandalous dismissal

On August 23, 2012 it became known that the Ministry of Internal Affairs discharged of posts and dismissed from law-enforcement bodies of the head of the joint edition Ministry of Internal Affairs Nikolay Samokhvalov and his deputy Vladimir Mironenko. According to sources of the Izvestia edition, measures are taken also in respect of several editorial office employees, first of all, in accounting[1].

For what reason were heads of the Joint edition are dismissed it is unknown. Izvestia assumes that it can be connected with financial frauds, in particular, with distribution of awards among journalists - they were allegedly received by not all editorial office employees but only her heads though from the budget funds were allocated for journalists.

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