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    • Corruption Risk Analysis and Strengthening Police Integrity

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    • Date: 03 June 2014
      Main goal of the conference is to determine the risks of corruption in the police via dialogue and to propose recommendations for strengthening integrity of the police.

      What are the main risks of police corruption in Serbia, how to strengthen police integrity and how anti-corruption measures are implemented in the police, are the main topics of the conference to be held on 3 June in 2014. at the Hotel Metropol, starting at 9:30 am.

      Please confirm attendance to the conference no later than Monday, 2 June 2014, by phone at number (+381) 011 3287 226 or by e-mail to the address sasa.djordjevic@bezbednost.org

      BCSP Director Sonja Stojanović Gajić will open the conference, and opening remarks  will be given by:

       

      • Michael Davenport, Head of the Delegation of the European Union in Serbia;
      • Antje Rothemund, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Serbia;
      • Milosav Miličković, State secretary in the Ministry of Interior;
      • Marija Obradović, Head of the Committee for Defense and Internal Affairs;
      • Tatjana Babić, Director of the Anti-corruption Agency.

      Working language of the conference will be Serbian. Simultaneous translation on English is provided. The conference will include two more panel discussions, addressing the following issues:

      • why is it important to strengthen police integrity from the perspective of Serbia’s accession to the European Union;
      • what are the main findings of the Council of Europe and Belgrade Centre of Security Policy in regards to the process of strengthening police integrity of the police;
      • what are the strategic priorities of the Ministry of Interior concerning police integrity;
      • what are the challenges that internal controllers in the Ministry of Interior are facing while conducting their work;
      • how can integrity plans improve police accountability;
      • what is the role of NGOs in the fight against police corruption in Serbia?

      Draft agenda of the conference is available at the bottom of the page. If you need any further information regarding the conference do not hesitate to contact BCSP.

      This conference is the result of a joint project of the European Union and the Council of Europe ”Strengthening the Capacities of Law Enforcement and Judiciary in the Fight against Corruption in Serbia (PACS)” and “A-COP: Civil Society against Police Corruption” project, implemented by Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, Novi Sad School of Journalism and Toplica Center for Democracy and Human Rights, with the support from the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia and the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society of the Government of the Republic of Serbia.

       

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