THE TROITSKOSAVSK DISTRICT PUBLIC SECURITY COMMITTEE (PSC): SPECIFICITY OF ACTIVITIES
IN THE FRONTIER CONDITIONS
Plekhanova A. M., Shirapov A. A.
The article is devoted to the study of the organization of local self-administration in Russia, created after the February Revolution of 1917, on the example of the Troitskosavsk district public security committee (PSC) in the Transbaikalian region. The specificity of its activities, due to the frontier position was revealed. It was found out that along with ensuring calm and security in the county, the activities of the Troitskosavsk PSC were aimed at supporting both public and private Russian interests in Mongolia.