SERBIAN POLICE FORCES
POLICIJA SRBIJE
 
 
 
 
 

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POLICE ACADEMY OFFICIAL WEBSITE
 
 
 

POLICE INSIGNIAS

FOR SALE

 
 
     
     
     
     
REGULAR POLICE COLLAR BADGES SPECIAL ANTITERRORIST UNIT
Redovna policija Oznake sa revera Specijalna antiteroristička jedinica
     
GENDARMERIE OTHER UNITS MINISTRY OF JUSTICE
Žandarmerija Ostale jedinice Ministarstvo pravde
     
MINISTRY OF FINANCE COUNTER-TERRORIST UNIT OLD INSIGNIAS
Ministarstvo financija PTJ protiv teroristička jedinica Stare oznake
     
REGULAR POLICE RANKS - new RIOT UNIT RANKS POLICE RANKS - RULE from 2002
Oznake zvanja policije Činovi interventne policije Činovi Policije Srbije - pravilo iz 2002.
     
     

      Law enforcement in Serbia is regulated by the Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs (Serbian: Mинистарство унутрашњих послова, Ministarstvo unutrašnjih poslova), which deals with internal security of Serbia and the apprehension of dangerous criminals. The Ministry is responsible for all areas of security and law enforcement in Serbia with the exception of Kosovo. The Ministry's General Police Directorate operates five separate departments, the Department for Organization, Prevention and Community Policing, the Department for Public Peace and Order and Other Police Affairs, the Department for Special Actions, Intervention Police Formation, Defense Preparations and Reserve Preparation, the Department for Control of Legitimacy of Work and the Department for Staffing, Improvement and Police Equipping. The country is policed from 161 regular police stations, 62 border patrol stations and 49 traffic police stations. As of September 30, 2006, these stations provided a total of 42,740 staff (26,527 of these uniformed officers) for a population of over 10,000,000. 80.04% of the police force were male at this time, and 19.96% were female.

      The police training system in Serbia underwent reform over 2006/2007. In mid-2006, Serbia had three police education institutions: Police High School in Sremska Kamenica, Police College in Zemun, Police Academy in Belgrade. Basic and specialised police training is realised in training centres. Within the Training Centre there are educational centres: Makiš, Belgrade, Kula, Klisa, Petrovo Selo, Jasenovo, Mitrovo Polje (in Goč mountain), Kuršumlijska Banja. In June 2006 the Police College and the Police Academy merged to form a new Criminal and Police Academy, and the Police High School was reformed as the Basic Police Training Centre.
     
     
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