In Vinnitsa region police checkpoints provides enhanced vehicle inspection involving dogs (+ photos)

Police Vinnitsa region continues to operate in a mode of enhanced security measures. Due to the deteriorating situation in eastern Ukraine, increasing the threat of terrorism is extremely important preventive measures - to prevent the importation ofLocation explosives, ammunition, dangerous substances counteract any possible attempts to destabilize the region. Operate in the region strengthened roadblocks to check vehicles attract dogs. While on duty armed police checkpoints, first of all, pay attention to the vehicles, which enters theVinnichiny territory temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Lugansk, Crimea. As the deputy chief of public security police Basil Stakhovsky, the region has 12 checkpoints, 5 of which control the entrances to the regional center. Each of them except the traffic police and two police officers in full equipping ofautomatic weapons, working with cynologist dogs that help law enforcement identify dangerous objects. "Involvement of roadblocks specially trained dogs enables police effectively combat trafficking of weapons, explosives, drugs and their analogues and precursors" - said Vassilb Stakhovsky. - Checking documents drivers looking beauty racks and cars, the police are doing their best to prevent the spread of illegal weapons, law and order and security of citizens. Vinnichane area and visitors are sensitive to enhanced inspections and are confident that these measures will preserve peace Vinnichchineand. Meanwhile, the Police Department in reminded that the export of weapons zone ATO is illegal and provides criminal penalties. In particular, Article 263 (illegal handling of weapons, ammunition or explosives) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine carrying, possession, purchase, sale or transfer of firearms (except for smooth-conceivedkoyi), ammunition, explosives or explosive devices without statutory authority is punishable by imprisonment from 3 to 7 years. This was reported in the Vinnytsia Regional State Administration