The award is conferred solely by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, or his deputies.
The pin badge consists of the silvery laurel wreath, which base is intertwined with ribbons. A golden oblong broad cross of white enamel is imposed on the wreath. On the cross there is an image of a golden pelican feeding its nestlings. Above the cross there is a large silver imperial crown, based on the ribbon of the same color with the inscription “MVD”.
Backside there is a screw for fastening the pin badge to military uniform.
In European heraldry a pelican feeding the nestling is a symbol of selfless parental love: they say it breaks its own chest with the beak and feeds the nestlings with blood.
Early Christian writers compared the pelican, feeding the offspring with its flesh and blood, with Jesus Christ who sacrificed his blood to the salvation of mankind.
The White Cross is a historical emblem Russian charity that symbolizes purity, honesty, sincerity, and compassion.
The Imperial Crown is the symbol of supreme power.
Laurel wreath – a symbol of glory and honor.
In Russia, the criminal liability for the intentional infliction of bodily harm, theft, hooliganism and some other crimes starts for a teenager in his or her 14 years.
And since the age of 16 years the responsibility is assumed in full.
The primary duty of juvenile inspections is to prevent child neglect and juvenile delinquency, providing the necessary educational impact.
They engage the minors released from prison, those systematically departing from the family under the age of 16, evading study, taking alcohol and drugs.
A Juvenile Inspector – is both a lawyer and a teacher. He must know each of the ward personally, to control his behavior, do everything possible to prevent the might be offenses.
Juvenile inspector is a police officer and a social worker.