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Dragan Lukač, was born in 1968, in Krnjeuša, the municipality of Bosanski Petrovac, where he finished primary school. He finished Secondary Technical School in Bihać. In Banjaluka, he finished Higher School of the Interior, and then College of the Interior, as well as post-graduate studies and acquired the Master's degree in State Law science. He worked on various posts at the Secretariat of the Interior of the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (SI SRBiH), the Centre for Security Service (CSS) Sarajevo and CSS Bihać.
During 25 years of work experience, he performed duties at SI SRBiH, CSS Sarajevo and CSS Bihać, and from 1992 to 2005, he worked at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska. From 2005 he started working at Banjaluka City Administration, where he was at the position of the Head of the Department of Municipal Police.
He performed various challenging tasks at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska: from being a police officer to holding several managing positions. During the war in 1990s, he was the commander of special police units, and was wounded several times. He was decorated with the Medal of Miloš Obilić for courage and the Order of Karađorđe's Star for successful command of units. Finally, he was promoted to the rank of the Colonel of the police.
He is married and father of four children. He is Serb by nationality.
Ljiljana Jokić, was born 15 October 1957 in Sanica. She graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Banjaluka on 11 July 1980. She has been working at the Ministry of the Interior since 1 April 1999. She was appointed Head of the Office of the Minister on 30 April 2013.
Sanja Dragičević, was born in 1976 in Kotor, Montenegro. She graduated from the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade in 2000. She has been working at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska since 2001. She worked at different positions within the Office of the Minister, and it is from the position of the Head of Department for European Integration that she was appointed Chief of the Cabinet of the Minister of the Interior in January 2015.
Organizes activities of the Cabinet, directly performs administrative tasks and undertakes protocol activities for the Minister, receives information and cooperates with other bodies of the republic administration, coordinates activities and organizes the schedule for meetings the Minister is invited to attend, prepares official correspondence documents by the order of the Minister, makes sure that the duties of the Minister are fulfilled timely and in accordance with law, and performs other activities by the order of the Minister. The Chief coordinates the activities and cooperation of the Minister with bodies and institutions of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, other countries and international organizations which the Ministry is a part of. The Chief reports directly to the Minister about their work. The Chief's engagement lasts as long as the Minister's mandate.
Ms. Divna Lovrić-Bojanić, was born in Banja Luka. Upon graduating from the Military Technology Faculty in Zagreb, the narrow scientific field of rocket technology, she became electronics engineer. Her first job was with the aviation institute ‘Kosmos’, in the Sector for research and development. She has been employed with the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska since 1999, and she has performed tasks in the following positions: from 1 April 1999 – designer of IT systems, from 1 September 2002 – chief engineer for computer networks, from 1 August 2005 – Deputy to the Head of the Administration. She has been performing duties of the Head of the Administration since 1 February 2002.
+387 51 334-339
+387 51 334-387
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
UICT Administration plans, organizes, realizes and supervises activities in the field of information-communication technologies at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska through making projects, implementing and administrating the integrated system of information and communication of the Ministry.
The Administration designs the Security plan for the information and communication system of the Ministry, in accordance with the Law on Information Security and bylaws, Law on protection of personal data of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Law on protection of Secret data of Bosnia and Herzegovina; creates Security policy for the information and communication(IC) system of the Ministry; follows regulations and proposes normative regulations from the field of ICT. The Administration manages activities related to the improvement and protection system development for IC systems, plans and introduces appropriate technologies and procedures and defines data protection mechanisms. It determines and organizes the unique functional system for electronic processing, transfer, cryptographic protection and classified data exchange within the Ministry and is dedicated to its maintenance and functioning. It coordinates the activities in the field of ICT application with organizational units of the Ministry at the headquarters and public security center and instructs and supervises the activities of internal organizational units in accordance with the line of work of the Administration. It suggests and organizes expert and specialist trainings and other ways of training for the employees.
The ICT administration conducts activities related to:
Ms. Ljiljana Šestić, was born on 2 February 1959 in Gradiška, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She finished high-school in Banja Luka in 1976, and graduated at the Faculty of Law in Banj Luka in 1980. She started working at the Ministry of the Interior on 11 July 1994 and has performed tasks on the following positions: at PSC Banja Luka, she worked as administrative officer for employment relations until May 1997; head of Department for admistration and legal affairs until 22 September 1998; head of Department for legal affairs and human resources until 11 March 2001; secretary at the Cabinet of the Minister until 22 March 2006; head of Department for legal affairs; deputy to the head of Administration for legal affairs and human resources. She started performing duties of the head of the Administration on 22 April 2015.
+387 51 334-348
+387 51 334-399
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
Administration for Legal Affairs and Human Resources conducts the following activities:
Ms. Branka Savić was born on 7 May 1963 in Banja Luka, where she finished primary and secondary school. She graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Banja Luka. In Belgrade, Serbia, she completed her post-graduate studies and defended her doctoral thesis thus becoming a PhD in Economics. During the previous period, Ms. Savić performed tasks on the following positions: from 1986 to 2000, she worked as chief of accounting, chief of financial operations and head of the Sector for Finance at ‘Kosmos’ J.S.C.; from 2000 to 2005 she worked as head of Finance department at the Pension and Disability Insurance Fund of the Republic of Srpska; from 2005, she was the coordinator for introducing treasury operations in the City of Banja Luka, and then the chief for budget implementation; from 2008, she worked as internal auditor for the City of Banja Luka and all its budget beneficiaries, and then as the manager of the Department for performing internal audits at the Administration of the City of Banja Luka. On 1 May 2015, she started performing tasks of the Head of the Administration for material-financial and property affairs at the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior.
+387 51 334-364
+387 51 334-394
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka.
Duties of the Administration for material- financial and property affairs are the following:
Mr. Mile Šikman, PhD, was born on 16 July 1979 in the town of Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He graduated from the Police Academy in Belgrade, Serbia, in 2002, as the best student in the class. In addition, he obtained an MA in Security sciences and a PhD in legal sciences. He has been employed at the Ministry of the Interior since 1998. He has been performing tasks as the Head of Administration for Police Education since 15 February 2009.
Administration for Police Education conducts the following activities:
+387 57 344-258
+387 57 344-259
Spasovdanska Street 3, 71123 Istočno Sarajevo
Republic Administration for Civil Protection used to be a part of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Srpska until 1997. The same year, the Law on Civil Protection in the Republic of Srpska was passed. The Republic Administration for Civil Protection became a part of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska on 1 January 2009. The essence of the activities of the Republic Administration for Civil Protection is raising the efficiency level of civil protection system of the Republic of Srpska, that is, increasing the ability of the system to resist natural and other disasters primarily through prevention and efficient operational activities in case of natural or other disasters. The headquarters of the Republic Administration for Civil Protection are in Istočno Sarajevo.
Marinko Janjetović was born on 25 March 1962, in Bistrica, near Banja Luka, where he finished primary school. He finished Secondary Administrative School in 1980 in Banja Luka and graduated at the Faculty of Law in Banja Luka, in 1986. Before the Commission of the Republic of Srpska Ministry of Justice, he passed bar exam in 2002. At the Faculty of Legal Sciences of Pan-European University ‘’Aperion’’, he acquired the Master’s degree in Legal Science in 2014. The first work experience he gained as a law intern in 1990 in Banja Luka. During twenty-two years of work experience within the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior, he performed duties as a criminal investigator, commander of police station, chief of Division, the head of Department and Sector of Crime Police in PSC Banja Luka; at the headquarters of the Ministry, he performed duties as the head of Department of Criminalistics Techniques, an inspector of internal control, chief disciplinary prosecutor, and the head of the Unit for Professional Standards. Furthermore, he performed duties as the chief of Crime-Intelligence Division in the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA), in Sarajevo, from 2004 to 2006. He has been performing duties as the head of Service for the Protection of Integrity and Legality of Operations since it has been established, that is, from September 2016.
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka.
- to supervise and perform the application of legislation and bylaw regulations, professional standards and the best practice of police agencies,
- to improve the application of legislation and bylaw regulations within the Ministry,
- to be responsible for building and protecting integrity of the employees within the Ministry,
- to provide conditions for processing citizen’s remonstrance timely and legally,
- to plan, organize, and provide objective implementation of internal and criminal investigation, and disciplinary procedures against police officers,
- to monitor activities on the protection of secret and personal information,
- to cooperate with competent bodies of other police agencies in BIH, other states, regional and international police organisations.
Mr. Dragoslav Banović was born on 18 April 1972 in Kneževo. He finished two-year College of the Interior in 2002, and graduated from four-year College of the Interior in 2008. He has been employed with the Ministry since 1993. In addition, he has been performing duties as the Head of the Training Centre since 1 October 2016.
Activities of the Training Centre are the following:
- to organize and implement police training in the field of professional education and training of police officers,
- to provide support to the Special Anti-Terrorist Unit and Administration for Police Training in the realization of training,
- to draft bylaws and acts related to the competence and activities of the Training Centre,
- to coordinate, organize, and direct the work of Units, teams, and departments of the Training Centre,
- to cooperate in creating the Program for Training Police Officers,
- to provide professional assistance,
- to perform instructive guidance with the aim of better implementation of the Program,
- to propose measures for improving professional training,
- to initiate and provide proposals for creating curricula,
- to issue certificates on the level of professional education when professional training is finished, and
- to keep the necessary records.