Keeping up with the private security sector – II

Study Keeping up with the private security sector – II, is a part of the continuation of the project “Regulated private security sector – Safer life of citizens” implemented by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies from Belgrade (CEAS) with support from the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway in Belgrade.

The goal of this project, which was implemented in cooperation with the Private Security Association with the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, is to exert public pressure on the government representatives to include the situation in this important and large economic and security area, as well as its legal regulation, among their priorities, by using all available methods of public advocacy, namely: publication of research; organizing public debates; discussions with representatives of the proposers of laws and regulations; interviews with the deputies; consultations with experts; consultations with the representatives of professional associations; consultations with civil society and through media appearances.

Study “Keeping up with the private security sector – II” contains two analyses: Training and licensing in Private Security and Incompatible Activities of Members of the Ministry of the Interior with activities of private security.
The first is primarily focused on the process and legal solutions that regulate training and licensing in private security, as well as all formerly adopted secondary legislation acts, and provides an overview of conclusions and recommendations.
The second analysis addresses the issue of incompatible activities of police officers against the activity of private security. It analyzes the normative framework in which this issue is regulated, and provides an overview of conclusions and recommendations.

Study Keeping up with the private security sector – II i available here.