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        • Captured State Threatens Citizens\' Security
          • In Focus

          • Date: 29 June 2018
          • Captured State Threatens Citizens' Security

          • In Serbia, there is a gap between law and practice, uncontrolled government seeks to diminish citizens' rights, and public attention is being drawn to unimportant issues. The way to slow down the state capture process is to strengthen institutions and networking, it was highlighted at the event organized by the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) on June 29, 2018 in Belgrade. Captured state as a term is increasingly subject to analysis in Serbia and neighboring countries, and the ...

        • Internal Control of the Police Needs To Be Strengthened
          • In Focus

          • Date: 28 June 2018
          • Internal Control of the Police Needs To Be Strengthened

          • It is necessary to improve the dialogue between civil society and state institutions in order to formulate the best migration policy for Serbia, it was concluded at the thematic meeting of the Working Group of the National Convention on the European Union on Chapter 24 ( NCEU ) and the Negotiating Group on Justice, Freedom and Security Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) organized on June 28 in Belgrade. The members of the NCEU Working Group for Chapter 24 presented and ...

        • Parliament Could but Doesn’t Want to Control the Police
          • In Focus

          • Date: 20 June 2018
          • Parliament Could but Doesn’t Want to Control the Police

          • There is no parliamentary control of the police due to the lack of a democratic culture and the fact that the Parliament became an administrative body implementing the Government’s decisions, it was assessed at the roundtable organized by   Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP)   on June 20, 2018 in Belgrade. Parliamentary control of the police is weak, although a large number of opposition parties entered the Parliament two years ago and the legal framework has been ...

        • The Police Should Be Where the Citizens Are
          • In Focus

          • Date: 14 June 2018
          • The Police Should Be Where the Citizens Are

          • Good communication of the police through media and social networks contributes to greater confidence in the police, which means that citizens will inform police officers, and not tabloids when they see a security-threatening situation on the street, it was highlighted at the event dedicated to police communication that Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) organized on June 14, 2018 in Belgrade. Insufficient transparency of the police, leaks or placement of information from the ...

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