In Kherson the regional seminar on training of mobile groups of monitoring of observance of constitutional laws and freedoms of citizens law-enforcement bodies of Ukraine part in which took representatives of the Kherson, Odessa and Nikolaev areas took place. Training was provided by specialists of the Kharkov institute of social researches: A. Chernousov and D. Kobzin with support of Office of the Coordinator of the projects of OSCE in Ukraine, reports "Anti-criminal choice".
Specialists of the Kharkov national university of internal affairs of Ukraine and the Kharkov human rights group in 2004 became initiators of creation of such mobile groups. Their experience was learned and generalized by the Ukrainian scientists and human rights activists, and thanks to support and understanding from the management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, personally Yu.V. Lutsenko, it was succeeded to create and introduce in all territory of Ukraine the innovative mechanism of monitoring of observance of human rights an internal.
Result of it was signing by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the order No. 536 of 08.07.2005 by which the status of constants was provided to activity of mobile groups and extended on the territory of all Ukraine.
The main tasks of mobile groups became: studying of problems of providing constitutional laws and freedoms of the person and the citizen employees of law-enforcement bodies in them quickly - search activity; informing of the management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, GUMVD, Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs captured by monitoring about its results and the revealed violations; development of methodical recommendations for the law-enforcement bodies, submitted on prevention of offenses in their the subsequent quickly - search activity; finishing of results of monitoring to public data through mass media.
The idea of creation of mobile groups of monitoring of observance of constitutional laws and freedoms of citizens is not only new to our state, but also unique on all former Soviet Union. Novelty is, in - the first, that the initiative of creation and functioning of mobile groups went from the system of law-enforcement bodies. In - the second, representatives of non-state human rights organization who had an opportunity to inspect work of law-enforcement bodies regarding violations of constitutional laws and freedoms of citizens, and, in - the third, this practical embodiment of provisions of the Law of Ukraine "About democratic civil control over the Military organization and law enforcement agencies of the state" take part in mobile groups that actually creates a new form of public control over militia activity.