1.24 million rubles for the physical security of educational institutions in Tatarstan — RealnoeVremya.com

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1.24 million rubles were allocated from the budget of Tatarstan for the physical security of educational institutions with more than 100 students by private security organizations with the corresponding license in 2022. This was told to Realnoe Vremya in the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Tatarstan.

At the start of the school year, there are 3,435 educational organizations operating in the republic with 3,595 establishments on their balance sheet.

It should be noted that all buildings are equipped with an alarm button to transmit messages to National Guard troop units or to the emergency call system by a single number.

  • 76% of buildings are equipped with video surveillance systems.
  • 60% of buildings are equipped with access control and management systems.

In addition, all institutions are equipped with:

  • exterior lighting, 98% of them meet all the requirements of the supervisory authorities (the rest require additional lighting points);
  • territory fence, 98% meet all requirements (the rest require partial replacement or repair of part of the territory fence).
Photo: Maksim Platonov

On May 5, it became known that this year a special security alarm system will appear in 154 schools and 304 kindergartens in Kazan. Also, in the capital of Tatarstan they plan to install and repair fences, gates to 376 objects. 103 schools and 319 kindergartens will be equipped with an emergency alert system in case of emergency.

On March 21, the mayor’s office announced that 1.1 billion rubles would be allocated from the republic’s budget for measures to ensure public security and anti-terrorism in Kazan children’s educational institutions.

Checkpoints will be set up at the entrance to the territory of 22 schools. Territory fences will be installed and repaired in 186 schools, 7 kindergartens and 13 further education establishments. In 53 schools, 140 kindergartens and 22 further education establishments, security rooms with a video surveillance system, an alarm system and an alarm button are being equipped on the ground floor . There will be speed limits near another 25 schools and four kindergartens.

Photo: Maksim Platonov

On March 9, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Republic Ramil Khairullin said that educational institutions in Tatarstan have many shortcomings in terms of equipment with anti-terrorism security systems.

According to him, a number of establishments do not have an alarm system or an evacuation warning and management system or autonomous means of emergency notification of employees and students. There is also no exterior lighting, CCTV or security alarm system. In some kindergartens and schools there are no security posts at the main entrances to buildings, turnstiles, gates at the entrance to the institution. One of the main reasons is the lack of funding, Khayrullin pointed out.

Maksim Kokunin

Tatarstan

Rose D. Jones