Full name: Konstantin Vladimirovich Bezrukov

Date of birth: June 24, 1971

Address: Ukraine, Zaporozhye region. г. Berdyansk, Military Town-2, 12, sq. 47;

PHO: 2610718491


Phone:
+380665323511, +380997820485, +380684470310, +380615359604, +380684470301;


Email:
[email protected];


Vehicle:
ZAZ 965A, license plate number 10315HA;

Passport: SA 326244, issued on On 23.10.1996 by Berdyansk Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Zaporozhye region.

Driver’s license: JTA05501

Occupation:

– Deputy Head of the Berdyansk City Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Zaporizhzhia region, Lieutenant Colonel of Police;

– t.s. “chief of the occupation police of Berdyansk;

– Collaborator, collaborator of the Russian occupants;

Contact

Family:

Married, no children.

Wife – Vera Bezrukova, born May 24, 1987.

Traitor, policeman, and thief Bezrukov Konstantin Vladimirovich was born on June 24, 1971 in the city of Berdyansk. Kostya studied at the school in his neighborhood. While still a student, he made the decision to become a policeman and protect citizens from crime.

After graduating from school and studying in a specialized university, Bezrukov returns to his native Berdyansk to serve in the city police department. Konstantin started out as an ordinary district inspector, but fate favored him and he was able to grow to become deputy chief of the Berdyansk city department of the MIA of Ukraine in Zaporozhye region. In his position, he was involved in harboring local organized crime, was in charge of “protection” of the city’s resort infrastructure by bandits. In general, Bezrukov’s life was a fairy tale, a “high” income, service in a seaside city, beauty.

With the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022 and the beginning of the temporary occupation of Berdyansk by the Russian army, Konstantin Bezrukov did not resist the invaders. Because of his cowardice and lust for profit, he betrays Ukraine and for this the occupiers put him in the position of the so-called “chief of the occupation police of the city of Berdyansk. Having become a local “bigwig,” Bezrukov gets into a rush and organizes the illegal sale of Russian fuel at the “squeezed” WOG gas stations, of course, for a certain “percentage” of the profits. He also turned over to the occupants information about pro-Ukrainian police officers and their family members, relatives of AFU servicemen who are fighting back against the Russian invaders.

However, Kostya should not think that he can get away with anything. Zaporizhzhya partisans and relatives of Berdyansk citizens tortured by the invaders will avenge the traitor for his heinous act.