The Citizens' Safety Center has opened in Haisyn district
Today, on January 18, in the Krasnopol territorial community the Center of safety of citizens which construction lasted almost a year at the expense of the state, local budgets and patrons began the work.
The Security Center was opened with the participation of Ivan Ishchenko, Head of the Vinnytsia Oblast National Police, Serhiy Borzov, Head of the Vinnytsia Oblast State Administration, Ruslan Shevchuk, Head of the Vinnytsia Oblast State Emergency Service, and local, government, and community representatives.
The safety center in the local community combines the functions of public safety and protection from emergencies. The availability of effective communication allows police and rescuers to act as a team, to respond quickly to citizens' requests for help.
Addressing the audience, Ivan Ishchenko noted that the creation of such a center will help to more effectively address the issues of protection of the population from dangers and will guarantee comfort and stability in local communities. The community police officers who will work here will be able to respond quickly to citizens' reports, carry out preventive work and provide quality police services to the local population.
- Security is one of the main criteria. Every citizen of the region must feel safe. This is a 41-police station, which is related to the fire department. The Community Police Officer project is developing very fast in the region.
We will now receive new cars for police officers in your community. We are grateful to everyone who supports and develops this security project. Ivan Ishchenko also noted that the next step for the development of security space in the community will be a video surveillance system.
The Citizens' Safety Center will serve the settlements of Krasnopil OTG: Krasnopilka, Mytkiv, Tyshkivka, Tyshkivska Sloboda, Stepove, Naraivka, Kivachivka, Tsvilikhivka, Topolivka, Graniv, Mykhailivka, Gruzke, Dubyna village, with a population of over 7,700.
The police officers' offices of the community are equipped with the necessary modern technical means, and two local fire brigades will be stationed next to them.
More than 1,200,000 hryvnias were spent on the construction of the Citizens' Safety Center from the state and local budgets, as well as with the support of patrons.