Anatoly Yakunin

Lieutenant-General Anatoly Ivanovich Yakunin (Анатолий Иванович Якунин; born February 11, 1964) is a Russian policeman who was Moscow Police Commissioner (June 2012-September 2016). previously, he was the Chief of Police in Novgorod Oblast (2008-2012).

Anatoly Yakunin
Якунин, Анатолий Иванович
Police Commissioner of Moscow
In office
2 June 2012[1] – 23 September 2016
Preceded byViktor Golovanov
Succeeded byOleg Baranov
Chief of Novgorod Oblast Police
In office
April 2011 – May 2012
Preceded by-
Succeeded bySergey Kolomytsev
Chief of Criminal Police Department of Voronezh Oblast
In office
2008–2011
Preceded by-
Succeeded by-
Personal details
Born (1964-02-11) 11 February 1964 (age 58)
Oryol Oblast, Russia

BiographyEdit

Anatoly Yakunin was born on February 11, 1964, in Krivtsovo-Plota village in Dolzhan region in Oryol Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union.

Anatoly Yakunin has a law degree. He graduated from the Academy of Interior Ministry of Russia, and then the Academy of Public Administration under the President of Russia.

His Service in the Soviet Police begun in Dolzhan Region Police Department as local inspector in the police station.

For more than 20 years of service in the police, consistently and with dignity he rose from an ordinary police officer to the head of Police departments in the regional level.

He held the post of Head of the Chief Directorate for Combating Organized Crime and the Chief of Criminal Police Department of the Oryol Oblast. Then he served as first deputy chief and the Chief of Criminal Police Department in the Voronezh Oblast.

From April 2011 to May 2012 he served as the Chief of Police in Novgorod Oblast,[2] in his first office as Chief of Police.

On June 2, 2012, the Russian President, Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the appointment of Major-General Anatoly Ivanovich Yakunin, as the Chief of the Moscow Police (Officially, Head of MVD Directorate in Moscow).[3][4]

In April 2020, Anatoly was appointed Deputy Director of the Federal Correctional Service.[5]

Honors and awardsEdit

He was awarded the state award:

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Civic offices
Preceded by Police Commissioner of Moscow
Since 2012
Succeeded by