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          The author’s intention with this paper is to identify the reasons why the private security sector in Serbia, for more than 16 years now, has not been regulated by a law specifically relating to this field.

          In order to realise his intention, the author has resorted to the theory of defective democracies and the postulates on reserved domains deriving from it. According to this theory, when a combination of different interests and actors in a state either directly or indirectly influences the content and direction of the decisions of democratically elected representatives, then reserved domains are present and such a state is described as a domain democracy.

          Taking these theoretical postulates as a starting point in his paper, the author investigates and analyses circumstances and actors and their interconnections and interests presenting barriers to the normative regulation of the private security sector in Serbia. These interests and actors are linked to economic interests and the secret collection of data, as well as to criminal activities.

        • Tags: private security, PSC, democracy, democratization, detectives, Law, Serbia, physical security
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