North Caucasus Customs Administration

Anti-Corruption in Dagestan Customs

Published: June 3, 2024 11:00 AM

Countering corruption in the civil service system is the most important strategic task of the Russian state and civil society. Dagestan Customs pays great attention to the detection, suppression and prevention of corrupt practices. The key role in the fight against corruption manifestations is given to the anti-corruption department of Dagestan Customs, whose employees organize and carry out activities aimed at identifying, preventing and suppressing crimes of corruption among customs officials in the region

Along with this, the anti-corruption department of Dagestan Customs is working to document illegal activities of bribe-givers (citizens) who induce customs officials to commit corruption offenses

So, on April 18, 2024 on the received notification from an official of the Dagestan customs documented the fact of inducing him to commit a corruption offense for monetary reward in the form of a bribe in the amount of 2,000 rubles. This act was committed by the driver of a heavy vehicle crossing the customs border in order to release the goods he was transporting, for accelerated customs control

A criminal case was opened against the bribe-giver under part 3 of article 30 and part 1 of article 291.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (attempted petty bribery)

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Dagestan Customs has a 24-hour hotline – (8722) 98-22-00, where any citizen can report illegal, in his opinion, actions of customs officials of the republic. The applicant can learn about the inspection in writing or verbally. The helpline number is posted on the official website of the North Caucasus Customs Administration, information stands of the customs and subordinate customs posts. Dagestan Customs encourages citizens to report facts of possible violation of legislation by officials and guarantees a fair and lawful response!

Zoya Amirkhanova,
spokesperson of Dagestan Customs
e-mail: dagest-smi@mail.ru
tel. (8722) 982-258