Day of the traffic police in Kazakhstan

Back in 1878 the duties of a police sergeant were a function of the current Traffic Police. They were ordered to monitor the condition of roads, bridges, ferries, the integrity of the telegraph wires, security in the winter on the roads through the rivers, lakes and fields, as well as for the preservation of landmarks and integrity of trees planted along the road, bringing on the observed fault is the bailiff .

After the October Revolution, more precisely, in 1918, road traffic control was implemented worker-peasant militia. The first normative document "On avtodvizheniya the city of Moscow and its surroundings" was released 10 July in 1920. November 22 in 1922 approved the "Instruction militiaman in order to use a rod of red with yellow handle," which stated that they must be applied in the case of "detention avtomotovelomashin and crew."

In November 1934 at the Central road traffic management made the decision to organize the State Automobile Inspectorate. Until March 3 1936 traffic police remained departmental authority. From that day the traffic police was a part of the Main Directorate of the worker-peasant militia. A July 3 1936 SNK of the USSR adopted a resolution on the traffic police. This day can truly be considered a historic birthday GAI.

In sovereign Kazakhstan, the first position of the traffic police was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Kazakhstan November 23 in 1992. This day is considered the birthday of the traffic police of the Republic of Kazakhstan. on January 3 1996 Traffic police has been renamed to the traffic police. And it was not just a change of name, and changed the priorities in the work. The primary objective of modern traffic police is to protect public order, crime prevention, the protection of citizens against crime on the roads along with road safety.

Today the work of traffic police even qualitatively different from what it was 20 years ago, people have changed, changed the relationship between the two. Today the inspector must know perfectly not only the rules of the road, but also the law, the foundations of psychology, modern equipment, including a computer, and more.

We can say that today the name of the service is given in accordance with the its high-end features. This is evidenced by the fact that the activities of the service for the protection of law and order and crime control is not pushed into the shadows work of traffic police to ensure safety on the roads.