Private Security Sector in Republic of Serbia – Meeting the Legal Regulation Cover Image

Privatni sektor bezbednosti u Republici Srbiji – u susret zakonskoj regulativi
Private Security Sector in Republic of Serbia – Meeting the Legal Regulation

Author(s): Zdravko Skakavac
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Published by: Fakultet za pravne i poslovne studije dr Latar Vrkatić
Keywords: private sector security; national security; private security; detective work; detective; license; physical-technical protection

Summary/Abstract: During the recent decades in the world, and even over here, on the scene is so called private security sector, which by personnel, almost in most countries, surpassing the number of manpower of the state authorities in charge of security. Therefore, a need was indicated to find appropriate legislation, both in the sphere of physical-technical security of persons and property and in the field of engagement of private detective agencies, which will contribute to improve certain aspects of security and property. The purpose of passing the relevant legislation is the need to perform certain functional separation in terms of competencies to perform certain security activities. After the breakup of former Yugoslavia, all former republics, except Serbia, approached to the process of passing of appropriate legislation in this sector. In Republic of Serbia the public hearings, which were foundations for the prepared draft laws that will finally put this field to the appropriate legal framework, are finished.This paper will emphasize the most imortant regulations of the Drafts of the Law on Private Security and of the Bill on Detective Work.

  • Issue Year: 1/2011
  • Issue No: 01
  • Page Range: 148-161
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Serbian