At the moment Serbia has three laws guverning security services, which are not harmonized , there has been no reform of the Security services and control and supervision are not implemented in practice. Those are the main reasons for the adoption of new, umbrella law - it was underlined in the event of public presentation of Model Law on security services, that was organized by Belgrade Center for Security Policy (BCSP) on 22 September 2016 in the Media center. „The goal is to ...
Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) invites you to public presentation of the Model law on security services of the Republic of Serbia. Public presentation will take place on Thursday, 22 September 2016, with the beginning at 10:00 in Media Center in Belgrade (Terazije 3, II floor). BCSP expert team has drafted the Model Law on Security Services of the Republic of Serbia. The drafting process involved study of current legislative provisions regulating security and ...
Belgrade Centre for Security Policy is presenting an interview that BCSP Executive Director Predrag Petrovic had with a Dutch expert Matthéus van den Bersselaar.
BCSP Legal researcher Sofija Mandic in work study summarizes the key findings of a of a public opinion survey of the police force conducted in in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Albania, Macedonia and Kosovo. Although more than half the citizens of the Western Balkans have confidence in the police, this institution is simultaneously also considered deeply corrupt.
BCSP Researcher Aurelija Djan in work study summarizes the key findings of a of a public opinion survey of the police force conducted in Serbia.Slightly more than half the population stated that they trust the police in Serbia while 3 of 4 of citizens believe that corruption in the police is widespread.
BCSP Junior Researcher Isidora Stakic presents comparative analysis of citizens perceptions of personal safety and security at the local level in Albania, Kosovo and Serbia.
The coalition prEUgovor has been monitoring Serbia’s progress in regard to the adherence to political criteria for EU membership and policies covered under Chapters 23 (Judiciary and Fundamental Rights) and 24 (Justice, Freedom and Security) of the European acquis in the negotiation process.