Social patrol of the Sovetsky district visited 6 families in difficult life situations. This was reported by the press service of the city administration.
The raid of the social patrol, organized by the employees of the Commission for the Affairs of Minors and the Protection of Their Rights, took place in the Soviet district. The event was held jointly with the inspectors of the Department of Supervision of the State Fire Supervision Service, representatives of the juvenile affairs department of the police department 7 and specialists of the guardianship and guardianship service.
The interdepartmental commission visited six families under interdepartmental control. Experts assessed the conditions in which children live, whether parents cope with their responsibilities for the upbringing and maintenance of minors.
“The Social Patrol goes on raids on a weekly basis. Every time we have a visit to 5-6 families on our agenda. In many families, the situation remains stable thanks to monitoring and regular visits by specialists. We carry out a lot of preventive work, talk, convince and help in a targeted manner,”said Marina Tyunyaeva, head of the sector of the commission on minors' affairs and protection of their rights of the administration of the Soviet district.
Representatives of the State Fire Inspection inspected whether citizens were observing fire safety measures, in particular, the condition of electrical wiring, the use of gas equipment and heating appliances. Children and parents were left with reminders about the rules of behavior in emergency situations and had a preventive conversation about the need to observe safety measures when using gas equipment in an apartment.
So, out of six families, only one was observed unsanitary conditions and disorder. During the commission's visit, the mother was preparing dinner. Based on the results of the inspection of the dwelling, a protocol was drawn up under Article 5.35 of Part 1 of the Administrative Code "Failure by parents or other legal representatives of minors to fulfill their responsibilities for the maintenance and upbringing of minors." The protocol will be sent to the KDN for taking administrative measures.
Note, in Sovetsky district, on April 1, 2019, 35 families recognized as being in a socially dangerous situation, where 62 children are being raised, are under the interdepartmental control of the commission for minors and the protection of their rights. Since the beginning of 2019, seven families have been removed from the register for correction.
“The Social Patrol is engaged in very important work: prevention of security, offenses and crimes, providing psychological assistance to both parents and children. They help families get out of difficult life situations by guiding them in the right direction. In our experience, social patrol is one of the most effective methods of working with socially unprotected families,”said Vladimir Isaev, head of the Sovetsky District Administration.