In Kaluga told how to behave with beggars on the street


The Kaluga authorities told how to behave with beggars on the city streets. The problem was raised at a planning meeting in the city government of Kaluga on Monday, February 15.

The issue of child begging has been especially acute in Kaluga for several years. Children from one family, already well-known to all, constantly ask for money from shopping centers in different districts of Kaluga. On refusal, children are rude, and can even throw something in the back.

According to Dmitry Denisov, the gorgolov of Kaluga, Kaluga residents are already accustomed to certain begging children. Although such activities are considered illegal.

“The main thing is not to remain indifferent in the general mass of problems. If citizens are witnesses of begging, then it is necessary to report to the police, and if these persons are identified, then contact the guardianship authorities,” – says Vladimir Maymusov.

Dmitry Denisov advises, in turn, not to enter into skirmishes with such children. Everyone knows the police phone numbers, so it is better to immediately transfer information about the presence of teenagers on the street to the appropriate authorities.


Source: Все материалы – Московский Комсомолец by www.mkkaluga.ru.

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