In the area of ​​Smolensk, he started a criminal case after the death of a 14-year-old girl – Incidents

TASS, November 20. Criminal proceedings have been launched against social workers in the town of Safonov in the Smolensk region who are suspected of negligence in connection with the death of a 14-year-old girl in a family in a difficult life situation. This was reported on Tuesday at the ICR ICR Regional Press Service. The teenager committed suicide at the entrance to the house on November 18th.

"In investigating the circumstances of the death of a 14-year-old girl in the Smolensk region, the investigators examined all the circumstances and events that preceded the tragedy, analyzing the investigators to see signs of negligence in the activities of officials of the relevant authorities who should monitor and provide support to families in a difficult life situation. Criminal proceedings have been initiated (Article 293 of the Russian Federation's Criminal Procedure Code), "the press service said.

The eighth grader lived with his mother and older sister. "Both girls cared for the mother who worked in the hospital, the family was in a difficult financial situation, tried to get support from the local authorities, and the investigators checked the version that the child had psychological pressure from schoolmates with a girl's health condition Particular attention will be paid to the inadequate response of the teaching staff of the institution, which is obliged to solve these problems, "explains the Smolenskaya Research Institute of the Russian IC.

Russian SU Russia in Smolensk added that it will be controlled to the extent that the fulfillment of official duties by representatives of social services, guardianship, health care and education in the Smolensk region, as well as the administration of the municipal body of the city of Safonovo has complied with the requirements of the current legislation. "It is already clear to the investigators that officials who were forced to break into the child's troubles did not take all possible measures to prevent tragedy," the press service said.

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