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        • BCSP Executive Director is one of  the authors of  the Handbook of European Intelligence Cultures
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          • Date: 01 December 2016
          • BCSP Executive Director is one of the authors of the Handbook of European Intelligence Cultures

          • National intelligence services are shaped by their country’s history and environment, it is starting standpoint of extensive and unique review of European intelligence services which has been contributed by BCSP review of situation in Serbia. Featuring 32 countries such as Germany, Belgium, Croatia, Norway, Latvia, France, the work provides insight into a number of rarely discussed national intelligence agencies to allow for comparative study and better comprehension. In their ...

        • Road safety in Serbia: a priority or a neglected area?
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          • Date: 17 November 2016
          • Road safety in Serbia: a priority or a neglected area?

          • The case study applies "PRO-CURE" methodology to analyse performance of expenditures for equipping the traffic police at the local level. The author particularly questions the difference between the proclaimed strategic priorities of the Ministry of Interior and its annual procurement plans, as well as the the distribution of the burden of financing the traffic police between Ministry of Interior and local governments.

        • Why doesn’t hail protection in Serbia work?
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          • Date: 01 November 2016
          • Why doesn’t hail protection in Serbia work?

          • Applying the "PRO-CURE" methodology for assessing the procurement expediency, Miroslav Mijatovic of Podrinjski Anti-Corruption Tim Loznica, conducted a study on the procurement of anti-hail rockets in Loznica in 2014 and 2015. In this study the author has also provided an overview of the overall state of hail protection in Serbia, as well as recommendations for improvement of this system.

        • Reform of the security services in Serbia requires dialogue
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          • Date: 19 October 2016
          • Reform of the security services in Serbia requires dialogue

          • The Model Law on Security Services created by the team of experts from Belgrade Center for Security Policy (BCSP) was presented to Master and PhD students of The Faculty of Security Studies on 19 October, 2016. The presentation was organized with the support of the Center for Applied Security. “The debate on the reform of security services in Serbia is necessary because such debate is missing not only in the general public, but in the academic and professional community as ...

        • Serbia needs new Security Service Law
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          • Date: 22 September 2016
          • Serbia needs new Security Service Law

          • 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 ...

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