The pin badge is made of a goldish metal with enamel. It is a triangular heraldic shield with concave upper corners, which is superimposed on a golden unsheathed sword. The shield is framed by a laurel wreath entwined with a ribbon of the colors of Russia national flag. On the maroon field of the shield there is the emblem of the Command of the Siberian District of the Internal Troops – a bear standing on its four paws.
The shield is crowned with Russian National Emblem – the double-headed eagle holding the scepter and orb.
On the wide gray edging of the shield there are golden rivet-heads and the inscription: “RUSSIAN INTERNAL TROOPS”.
Backside there is a screw for fastening the pin badge to military uniform.
The bear is the animal of regional significance. It is used only in Germanic and Slavic Heraldry as a local, regional emblem. The correct is considered the image of the whole figure of a bear standing on its hind paws in a turn to the right. In Russian Heraldry allowed is a bear walking on all fours, and to the left. The bear symbolizes courage, valor, greatness.
A shield and a drawn sword is the general emblem of Russian Interior Ministry, a symbol of constant readiness for action to ensure the safety and armed protection of the citizens.
Maroon is the color of the Special Forces of Russian Interior Ministry.