More women police chiefs in Ukraine: Maya Breslavska headed Boryspil patrol police
15% of women are among 171 policemen of Boryspil patrol
Maya Breslavska became the Chief of Boryspil Patrol Police, informed the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov on Facebook.
Maya Breslavska is the first woman to head Patrol Police in Ukraine and the second woman Chief of Police after the Chief of National Police Khatia Dekanoidze.
“It is an honor for me to accept this position. We are ready to work and protect citizens of Boryspil and Ukraine. We will cope with our job and will set an example to other cities”, - Breslavska said after taking oath in Boryspil. The event was aired by “112 Ukraine”.
Today 171 policemen of patrol police took oath in Boryspil. Their average age is 25 years, 80% of them have higher education, 15% are women.
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