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        • Police Academy Students Need More Practice and Less Theory
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          • Autor: Ana Milosavljevic, Sasa Djordjevic
          • Police Academy Students Need More Practice and Less Theory

          • "I realized when I started to work in the police that we did not even learn about the basics of policing in the Academy. Every student of this Academy should spend at least a year doing elementary police work to get to know the job and issues, so they could later be a good manager."

        • Do We Know What We Are Buying?
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          • Autor: Katarina Djokic
          • Do We Know What We Are Buying?

          • BCSP Researcher Katarina Djokic wrote for Pescanik.net about issues related to the current practices regarding procurement for the purposes of Serbian Armed Forces.

        • The Citizens’ Opinion of the Police in Serbia - 2018
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          • Autor: Bojan Elek , Sasa Djordjevic
          • The Citizens’ Opinion of the Police in Serbia - 2018

          • Trust in the police has been growing in parallel with the perception of corruption and the impression that the work of the police is politicised. This is the main conclusion of the fourth annual public opinion survey "The Citizens’ Opinion of the Police Force" conducted by Belgrade Centre for ...

        All Western Balkan countries need "Priebe Reports" to measure state capturePolice Academy Students Need More Practice and Less TheoryDo We Know What We Are Buying?The Citizens’ Opinion of the Police in Serbia - 2018Reactivating Conscription in Serbia – How Much Does it Cost and What is the Purpose?
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          • Civilian Capacities for Peace Operations Case Study - Slovenia

          • BCSP associate Uros Zivkovic has written publication Civilian Capacities for Peace Operations Case Study - Slovenia.

        • Since its independence, the Republic of Slovenia had unequivocally declared its political agenda: to become a full member of the European Union and NATO. It had achieved these goals in 2004.

          From then on, Slovenia was - and is - a staunch supporter of Euro-Atlantic integration and enlargement, as well as contributor to the EU, NATO, OSCE and UN peacekeeping and peacebuilding efforts.

          Slovenia may be considered a very useful case study in CIVCAP management for Western Balkans countries, because these countries share political and security priorities and concerns, they have a similar history, operational and military culture, and organisational architecture. Their relatively small military forces make civilian capabilities an excellent supplement to their overall engagement in international security efforts.

          This publication is a product of a research project “Building Civilian Capacities from the Western Balkans in Peace Support Operations”, financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

        • Tags: peace missions, peace operations, nato, eu, OSCE, United nations
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