The expert examination showed that the female patrol police officer captured on video and bullied by unknown persons in Dnipro City was not in a state of intoxication. She is currently treated in one of the city hospitals being in moderately grave condition.
The Kropyvnytskyi City Court of Appeal acquitted Judge Oleksii Halahan apprehended for drunk driving by the patrol police.
Ukraine has taken the path of reform and broken the old law enforcement system, substituting the Soviet-style militia with the National Police.
Interior Minister of Ukraine Arsen Avakov has greeted police officers with the first anniversary of their operations.
211 officers of the newly created Chernihiv patrol police took the oath on the square next to St. Catherine's Church, in front of the monument to fighters for freedom and independence of Ukraine on the morning of Feb. 19.
On Sunday, Feb. 21, a rally against the decision of the Pechersk district court to detain patrol officer Serhii Oliinyk who fatally wounded a passenger of a BMW during night pursuit on Feb. 7 will take place at Sofiivska Square in Kyiv.
New patrol police officers of Ivano-Frankivsk have passed severe selection. Dmytro Mykhalets has headed the city police department.
With this application, every citizen will be able to take a picture of an offense with their mobile device and instantly send it to police, adding a brief description of the incident.
Law enforcement officer who forged accusation against Automaidan activist Oleksandr Kravtsov during the Revolution of Dignity serving as investigator in the Obolon district police precinct in Kyiv, has underwent recertification carried out by the commission with this activist in its composition.
Law enforcers whose attempts to pass recertification to continue working in the new National Police proved to be unsuccessful held a rally outside the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Kyiv on Sunday, Dec. 13.
On Nov. 11, 2015, the Cabinet of Ministers adopted the resolution No. 988 on the salaries of National Police officers, providing for an average two- to threefold increase in salaries, with special rank officers to be eligible for 12 to 18 times as big salary as it was initially.
About 37.47 percent of militia officers from Kyiv and the region scored under 25 out of 60 points in one of the two tests and will be dismissed.
The Ukrainians will be able to estimate the efficiency of the National Police after 100 days of its work.