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        • The Budget Should Reflect Security Needs of Citizens
          • In Focus

          • Date: 18 December 2018
          • The Budget Should Reflect Security Needs of Citizens

          • It is necessary to perceive citizens as allies, and actively involve them in budget planning in order to fulfil their security needs - this was highlighted at the event organized by Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) in Nis, on December 18 th 2018 . Opening the panel discussion, BCSP Researcher Sasa Djordjevic emphasized that the budget for 2019 was adopted without a proper debate in the Assembly, and that that time was spent submitting 550 amendments to the two laws preceding ...

        • Police Academy Students Need More Practice and Less Theory
          • In Focus

          • Date: 17 December 2018
          • 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?
          • In Focus

          • Date: 21 November 2018
          • 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.

        • Neighbourhood Police Officers for Greater Trust in the Police
          • In Focus

          • Date: 20 November 2018
          • Neighbourhood Police Officers for Greater Trust in the Police

          • Greater transparency on employment and advancement in the police and the strengthening of professional police communication with the media and citizens is necessary to increase trust in this institution, was the main conclusion of the debate organized by the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) on November 20, 2018, in Nis. The 2016 Law on Police introduced compulsory competition for employment and promotion in the police, but this good solution has been altered by this year’s ...

        • Citizens of Serbia Trust the Police, but They Think It Is Corrupt
          • In Focus

          • Date: 06 November 2018
          • Citizens of Serbia Trust the Police, but They Think It Is Corrupt

          • Confidence in the police in Serbia is growing, as well as the perception of corruption and the impression that the work of the police has been politicized, it was shown in the public opinion survey results presented by the POINTPULSE network and Belgrade Centre for Security Policy ( BCSP ) on November 6, 2018, in Belgrade. According to the research ,  six out of ten citizens in Serbia trust the police , which is in the world average of between 60 and 90 percent. At the same ...

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