In the Kyiv pre-trial detention center there will appear paid cameras that are designed for six places, they will be equipped with video surveillance to exclude the corruption component. Deputy Minister of Justice Olena Vysotska stated this in an interview with Slidstvo.Info.
"We are now equipping these cameras in manual mode and we know how many there will be in each institution. We start from the Kyiv pre-trial detention center. There are six places in it," she said.
According to Vysotska, an agreement on settling in an improved cell will be concluded between the prisoner and the administration in writing. Also, the Ministry of Justice will install a video surveillance system to monitor the filling of such cameras.
“We also have information on filling in special accounts. And so we can once a week or a month compare the information that is submitted by the administration with the actual presence of someone in the cells. We are not interested in who exactly is located. this day should be paid," the deputy minister said.
She emphasized that such innovations should eliminate the corruption component in institutions.
As we reported before, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has completed a pre-trial investigation in the criminal proceedings regarding chairman of Kherson regional council Vladyslav Manger, and his assistant Oleksiy Levin who are suspected of organizing the attack on Kateryna Handziuk.