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Frequently Asked Questions

Crimes committed by whom does the State Inspector Service investigate?

Investigative department of the State Inspector Service investigates crimes committed
by a representative of the law enforcement body, an officers or a person holding equivalent position.
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Which crimes does the State Inspector Service investigate?

Investigative department of the State Inspector Service

investigates the following crimes committed by a representative of the law enforcement body,
an official or a person equal to him/her on November 1, 2019 and thereafter:  

  • Torture (Article 1441 of the Criminal Code of Georgia);
  • Threat of torture (Article 1442 of the Criminal Code of Georgia);
  • Degrading or inhuman treatment (Article 1443 of the Criminal Code of Georgia);
  • Abuse of official powers using violence or a weapon or by offending personal dignity of a victim (Article 332, paragraph 3, subparagraphs “b” and “c” of the Criminal Code of Georgia);
  • Exceeding official powers using violence or a weapon or by offending personal dignity of a victim (Article 333, paragraph 3, subparagraphs “b” and “c” of the Criminal Code of Georgia);
  • Providing explanation, testimony or opinion under duress (Article 335 of the Criminal Code of Georgia);
  • Coercion of a person placed in a penitentiary institution into changing or refusing to give testimony, also coercion of a convicted person in order to interfere with the fulfilment of his/her civic duties (Article 378, paragraph 2 of the Criminal Code of Georgia);
  • Other crimes which caused the death of a person and when committing this crime this person was in the temporary detention isolator or in a penitentiary institution or in any other place, where he/she was forbidden to leave the place against his/her will by a representative of the law enforcement body, an official or a person equal to him/her, or this person was otherwise under the effective control of the state.
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How should I reach out to the State Inspector Service?

office@stateinspector.ge  

შეგიძლიათ 24 საათის განმავლობაში დაგვიკავშირდეთ ტელეფონის საშუალებით, შემდეგ ნომერზე - 199 (ზარი უფასოა)."> There are several ways of reaching out to the State Inspector Service: written statement, via phone and/or in electronic form.
წერილობითი განცხადება შესაძლებელია წარმოდგენილ იქნეს შემდეგ მისამართებზე:

1. 0105, თბილისი, საქართველო
ნატო ვაჩნაძის და ნიკოლოზ შენგელაიას ქ. N7

2. 0186, თბილისი, საქართველო
მიხეილ ასათიანის ქ. N9ა


3. 4606, ქუთაისი, საქართველო
ირაკლი აბაშიძის ქ. N22

თქვენ გაქვთ შესაძლებლობა განცხადება გადმოგზავნოთ ელექტრონული ფორმით შემდეგ მისამართზე: office@stateinspector.ge  

შეგიძლიათ 24 საათის განმავლობაში დაგვიკავშირდეთ ტელეფონის საშუალებით, შემდეგ ნომერზე - 199 (ზარი უფასოა).
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Is there a hotline available?

There is a hotline at the State Inspector Service which is available 24 hours a day.
Hotline number is – 199.
Calls are free of charge.
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Will the State Inspector Service investigate crimes committed before November 1 (before putting investigative function into operation)?

Investigative power of the State Inspector Service covers the crimes committed by a representative of the law enforcement body,
an official or a person equal to him/her on November 1, 2019 and thereafter.
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Where are the offices of the investigative department of the State Inspector Service located?

The offices of the investigative department of the State Inspector Service are located in two cities: Kutaisi and Tbilisi at the following addresses:
1. 0186, Tbilisi, Georgia
N9a, Mikheil Asatiani str.

2. 4606, Kutaisi, Georgia
N22, Irakli Abashidze str.
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