Alexander Lvovich Potapov (Александр Львович Потапов)(1818–1886), was a Russian statesman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Lvovich Potapov"
Alexander Romanovich Drenteln (Александр Романович Дрентельн) (1820-1888) was a 19th century Russian General. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Romanovich Drenteln"
Count Alexander von Benckendorff, (graf Aleksandr Khristoforovich Benkendorf), ( 1783- 1844) was a Russian Lieutenant General and statesman, Adjutant General of the Svita and a commander in Patriotic War of 1812. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander von Benckendorff"
António Manuel de Vieira, known in Russia as Count Anton Manuilovich Devier, Антон Мануилович Девиер ( 1682- 1745), was one of Peter I's foreign associates, who proved to be an efficient administrator in St Petersburg and Siberia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anton de Vieira"
Feodor Feodorovich Trepov (Федор Федорович Трепов in Russian) ( 1812 - 1889) was a Russian government official. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fyodor Trepov"
Nikolay Vladimirovich Mezentsev (Николай Владимирович Мезенцев) ( 1827- 1878) was Russian Adjutant General of the Svita, Chief of Staff of the Special Corps of Gendarmes (1864-1876), Chief of Gendarmes and Executive Director of the Third Section of H.I.M. Chancellery (1876-1878). He was killed by a revolutionary, Ivan Kravchinsky. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nikolay Vladimirovich Mezentsev"
Count Pyotr Andreyevich Shuvalov (граф Пётр Андреевич Шувалов) ( 1827 - 1889) was an influential Russian statesman and a counselor to Tsar Alexander II. Referring to his reactionary policies, his more liberal opponents sometimes called him Arakcheev II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pyotr Andreyevich Shuvalov" Tell your friends about shortopedia Russian_police_officers
Prince Pyotr Dmitrievich Sviatopolk-Mirskii ( - ) was a Russian politician and police official, Minister of a Interior in 1904 - 1905. He was the son of the general Dmitry Ivanovitch Sviatopolk-Mirskii and father of the literary historian D. S. Mirsky. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pyotr Dmitrievich Sviatopolk-Mirskii"
Sergei Vasilyevich Zubatov ( ) ( March 2 ( O.S.), 1864, Moscow - March 15 ( N.S.), 1917, Moscow) was a famous Russian police administrator, a Colonel ( Polkovnik) in the Special Corps of Gendarmes. He was a director of Moscow Okhranka Station between 1896 and 1902 and Director of the Special Section of MVD's Department of Police in 1902- 1903. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sergei Vasilyevich Zubatov"
Prince Vasily Andreyevich Dolgorukov (князь Василий Андреевич Долгоруков) (1804-1868), Russian statesman, General of the Cavalry (1856, a full General equivalent), Minister of War (1852-1856), Chief of Gendarmes and Executive Head of the Third Section of H.I.M. Chancellery (1856-1866). ...more on Wikipedia about "Vasily Andreyevich Dolgorukov"
Viktor Semyonovich Abakumov ( 1894 - December 18 1954), Soviet police official, was a protege and subordinate of Lavrenty Beria, head of the Soviet political police aparatus from 1938 to 1953. Abakumov was a notoriously brutal official who was known to torture prisoners with his own hands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Viktor Abakumov"
Vyacheslav Konstantinovich von Plehve (Вячесла́в Константи́нович фон Пле́ве), also Pléhve, or Pleve ( OS) April 8, ( NS) April 20 1846 Meshchovsk, Kaluga Guberniya – ( OS) July 15, ( NS) 28 July 1904 St Petersburg) was the director of the tsarist Russian Police and later Minister of the Interior. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vyacheslav von Plehve"
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