Tatiana Vishnevskaya is also vice-president of a non-profit organization called Sail of Hope with consultative status in the United Nations Organization. Practiced as an editor in the directorate of special projects on Channel One ,  worked at the directorate of sports programs on TV channel " Russia-2 ". In , she also attended the Academy of Media Industry  and took elocution classes from Svetlana Kornelievna Makarova. September — opened the federal channel "Moscow 24" with the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. August — editor and TV presenter of economy news at "Channel ".
During the Crimean crisis , she resigned from Ukrainian service and was appointed Prosecutor General of Crimea on 11 March ; a press conference given by Poklonskaya on that day resulted in her becoming an Internet phenomenon. Poklonskaya resigned as Prosecutor General on 6 October due to her election to the State Duma during the Russian legislative election. Her parents are both retired, living in Crimea,  and both her grandfathers died during the Second World War , with only her grandmother surviving the German occupation. In in Simferopol , she acted as the state prosecutor in the high-profile trial of Ruvim Aronov, a former deputy of the Supreme Council of Crimea  and a former manager  of the Saki soccer club. Aronov was prosecuted for his leadership role in the Bashmaki gang, an organized crime group that emerged in Crimea, Zaporizhia, Kharkiv, and Kyiv after the dissolution of the USSR. The gang had been "known for its cruelty"  and had been implicated in racketeering, robberies, eight abductions, and 50 murders.
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Thousands of Russians have called on the government to pass a domestic violence bill and warned women are dying due to a dearth of protections. Russia is one of the only major countries in the world not to have dedicated laws for domestic violence, despite official studies suggesting at least one in five women have experienced physical violence at the hands of a husband or partner. Parliament adopted controversial legislative amendments in February that decriminalised first battery offences among family members — marking a setback which reduced penalties for abusers and placed victims in even greater danger.