Cops accused of rape, assault to face "trial and fair punishment" – deputy interior minister Gerashchenko says it would be wrong to draw parallels between the latest incident and the events in the village of Vradіyivka in the summer of 2013, where riots sparked amid public outrage following a report on police officers also being involved in assault and rape.
12:00, 26 May 2020
Ukraine police launching probe into alleged child abuse on movie set Children's ombudsman suggests that Ukrainian orphans' rights were violated.
22:40, 22 April 2020
Anti-corruption court ruling: Lviv mayor should pay nearly US$44,000 bail within five days The official said he was going to appeal the decision.
22:59, 27 November 2019
Ukraine police investigating 1,500 criminal cases related to domestic violence Some 115,000 reports of abuse were filed via the 102 police emergency line.
09:40, 26 November 2019
Court rules to arrest ex-top NSDC official Hladkovsky, sets US$425,702 bail At the same time, the court refused Hladkovsky's lawyers to satisfy the complaint about the actions of NABU operatives regarding the detention of their client.
18:38, 19 October 2019
Ex-top NSDC official Hladkovsky served with charge papers He is suspected of abuse of office and non-declaration of income.
19:11, 18 October 2019
Ex-MPs Vilkul, Koliesnikov released on bail (Video) Both are charged with causing damage to the state.
14:29, 17 September 2019
Kyiv court rules to launch probe against Poroshenko, Klimkin on corruption charges – media According to the court ruling, the case was initiated by an unidentified individual.
16:52, 21 August 2019
Treason probe launched over possible abuse by ex-NBU officials damaging defense capabilities So far, the SBI has not disclosed any figures related to the possible losses incurred.
15:40, 01 August 2019
Outrage in Ukraine over video showing SWAT detain patrol cops for stopping general's car President Zelensky demands that the interior minister sack the police chief, whose driver violated traffic rules and then called for armed "help" to deal with patrol cops who dared to stop his car.
18:00, 27 July 2019
Two Kyiv court employees served with charge papers in Maidan case – PGO The officials are suspected of meddling in the automated court document management system.
10:21, 26 July 2019
Ukraine's SBI conducting raid at Volyn's fiscal service The damage caused by a transit-conversion group to the state is preliminarily estimated at UAH 190 million (US$7.38 million).
15:40, 09 July 2019
Ukraine's antigraft bureau opens case against Parliament Speaker Parubiy A pretrial investigation is underway.
11:29, 07 May 2019
NABU explains searches at Asset Recovery Agency The probe into a possible abuse of power is underway.
16:20, 03 April 2019
Study: Violence against women widespread in Eastern Europe – media Women in eight countries report sexual harassment, stalking and domestic abuse.
16:20, 07 March 2019
Poroshenko signs anti-bullying bill into law The new legislation introduces administrative responsibility for the said type of offense.
23:10, 16 January 2019
Journalists faced 'unprecedented' hostility this year, report says – CNN Afghanistan was the deadliest country, with 15 reporters killed, followed by Syria, Mexico and Yemen.
13:52, 18 December 2018
PM Groysman claims corrupt law enforcers plotting provocations against him, government According to the prime minister, masterminds behind such plans are those providing "protection to illegal businesses and smuggling."
15:40, 13 June 2018
SBU to probe into police's attempt to plant fake evidence at Belarus businessman's house in Kyiv (Video) <p>Kyiv's prosecutors have opened a criminal case on charges of abuse of office by police officers from the city's Holosiyivsky district police station during a raid on a Kyiv-based house of Belarusian businessman Timofey Kokhnovich, 43, living in Ukraine in exile, and his further detention.</p>
04:00, 11 January 2018
Ukraine's anti-corruption bureau launches case against sister agency – media <p>Ukrainian investigators on Tuesday said they had opened a criminal case into suspected extortion by officials at a sister anti-corruption agency, based partly on information from a whistleblower who also implicated the president's office, according to Reuters.</p>
20:55, 14 November 2017