The interior Ministry has developed a new system for the protection of museums by the police. The police offer to get rid of the expensive security guards and replace them with a panic button.
The Ministry of internal Affairs, in the coming downsizing has developed a new system for the protection of museums by the police. It will allow cultural institutions not to hire the expensive services of private security companies and the use of mobile patrols of private security, not redundancy.
Objects, which will remove the stationary, will move to an electronic alert system - alarm button, and the signals from these buttons in case of emergency will go immediately to the nearest remote units. Their patrol routes will be as close to museums, the result of this when you call they actually get there instantly, according to "Izvestia". This scheme will not require any additional costs to the unpresentable budgets of museums or new resources.
We will add that in the consequence of reducing the number of police suffered most employees of private security, who serve on stationary posts in different state institutions, including museums. The police suggested to the leaders of national museums until 1 November 2015 to employ for protection of territories and buildings of private security Firms.
However, this protection scheme does not solve the problem of protection of museums, which are located in the countryside, a 10-key km from the nearest police Department. In consequence, the Minister of culture Vladimir Medinsky asked the interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev to maintain the protection of museums of private security forces in full.