The sleeve patch is a pentagonal shield with the emblem of the Ministry of Justice in the center.
The emblem represents: the pillar of justice – and the scales – the symbol of measure and justice. On the scales of justice they weigh good and evil, guilt and innocence.
The blue color of the emblem’s background symbolizes loyalty to duty.
In the background, behind the emblem of Justice there is the punishing sword of justice. From the both sides the sleeve patch is bordered with a laurel wreath bound beneath with a curly ribbon.
The enforcement of judgments is a measure of respect for the state.
Justice is considered rendered when the decision is executed.
The Federal Bailiff Service is the only authorized body of the executive power, performing the enforcement of the judgment.
The Service provides accurate and timely enforcement of judgments and other documents in order to protect the violated rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of citizens and organizations.