Consistent operation on prevention of violations involving various stakeholders - the police, local government bodies and civil society, shall for the first time begin in the capital. This is reported by the “For Reforms and Result” Civil Union.
The operation will take place in the Sverdlovsk district of Bishkek and be a pilot. In the future, the present experience might be transferred to other districts of the capital. The present initiative is being implemented under the auspices of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the “For Reforms and Results” Civil Union.
“To this end, the head of the Sverdlovsk district administration Samarbek Bolotbekov issued order to establish a working group. The group consists of deputies of Bishkek City Council Gulnara Moldobaeva and Adisa Imangazieva, deputy head of the district’s Internal Affairs Department Bakyt Artykbayev, as well as representatives of akimiat, Interdistrict Territorial Administration, CBPC, educational institutions and the Civil Union. The working group is headed by Chinara Borbashova, the deputy head of the district administration” - said in the report.
The first meeting of the working group to compile a plan of activities was held on the eve.
“It is planned to hold comprehensive study to identify priority public security issues in the district. People are already asking to pay attention to child abuse issues, teenage suicides and road safety. They are also worried about the crime situation at the Alamedin market, Dordoi market and in housing estates” - reported in the Union.
These and other problems will be analyzed during the study. After that, the working group will determine priorities in order to develop a joint plan to solve them.
“Joint plans were successfully implemented in 12 municipalities of Kyrgyzstan under the auspices of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the Civil Union in the past. Activities were carried out in relation to public security issues reported by the population, police and local government bodies. To solve these issues, financial resources were allocated from the local budget and businessmen, international organizations and residents rendered assistance as well. Those activities promoted drawing of the police, population and local government bodies together” - they summarized in Press Service.