Administrative Herald: monthly magazine: the organ of the People's Commissariat of Internal Affairs. - Moscow: "Zagotokhoz" of the militia of the Republic, 1922-1930
1930, No. 2 (February). - The NKVD Publishing House, 1930. - 79,  p. - Contents: sections: Exchange of experience, Preparation questions, What are we writing about, Socialist competition, the State Council. Institute for the Study of Crime, For rationalization, On the ground, Chronicle, Reference and Legal Department. Review of legislation, Mailbox. Articles: The tasks of the NKVD and its local bodies in the reconstructive period. On the work of administrative agencies among national minorities / N. Bobrovich. Results of the 4 th meeting of adm. bodies in the North Caucasus / I. Andreev. Tasks and methods of departmental information / S. Tager. On the accounting of persons deprived of electoral rights / V. Vlasov. Vitality of articles of the current Criminal Code / V. Khalfin. Role of the police in the sowing campaign / V. Pomerantsev. Investigative bodies / Baryshev. On the simplification of registration of criminals / GD First results / Gorokhov. Preparation of the police stock / B. B. For the best method of training police militiamen / Motrokhov and Varlachev. Where are the "indicators" of the work of experimental-demonstration areas / Bor. Bankovsky. What is it: deficiency or short-sightedness / Gorokhov. Unravel the inquiry / A. Sokolov. Methods of organizing socialist competition / Koffen-Kolchanov. Ivanov's answer / Gusev. Skolnyakov competes / L. Skornyakov. The nature of the crime movement for 1924-1928. Organization and technique of the work of election commissions for the examination of disenfranchised people / N. Kolosov. More attention to the registration and fingerprinting bureau / L. Markenson and other materials
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