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          • Year: 2012
          • Collection of Policy Papers on Police Reform in Serbia number 6

          • The latest issue of Collection of Policy Papers propose answers on building safe community in Serbia, the position of the police in the new Criminal Procedure Code, and the role of ethics in policing.

        • In the first policy paper, the researcher from the BCSP Sasa Djordjevic, analysed the development of police work in Serbia on prevention activities through community policing after the year 2000.

          The aim of the paper is to show the relationship between crime prevention and community policing and to present the state of development of the new philosophy of policing, then to present three problem-solving crime prevention techniques. In the end, possible ways to build partnerships between police and citizens were identified.


          In the second policy paper, the researcher from the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights Nevena Dicic Kostic, analysed the police status under the new Criminal Procedure Code through the range of changes which includes: introduction of the prosecutorial investigation, the new and changed role of the court, and the role of the judge in preliminary proceedings. In addition to the analysis of specific innovations introduced by the Code, this study shall also deal with parts of the law determining the role of the police, which have not been amended, but which in the amended context have a new meaning.

          In the final policy paper, the researcher from the Centre for Euro Atlantic Studies Jan Litavski, the focus is set on the analysis of the problem issues that occurred in the process of putting the Code of Police Ethics in practice.

          The study shall also address control issues and police accountability from an ethical standpoint, with special reference to Internal Affairs Sector.

          Furthermore, problems tackling the relations of ethics and protection of personal data, police corruption as well as the importance of police education for creating accountable and ethical police service shall also be pursued.  

        • Tags: police reform, community police, crime prevention, special measures, ethics, Sasa Djordjevic
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