Complaintsrelated to the work of a police officer
Mr Darko Ćulum, was born on 11 January 1969 in Ljubačevo, the municipality of Banja Luka. He finished Police High School in 1988 in Sarajevo, graduated from college at the Faculty of Philosophy in 1998 in Banja Luka, and in 2009, he finished Faculty of Security Studies in Banja Luka. He has been performing police duties since 1988. Through his career, he had performed the following jobs and tasks: police officer and inspector in all lines of work: from April 1999 – head of the Group for suppressing aggravated thefts; from October 2003 – head of Department for countering organised crime; from March 2006 – head of the Crime Police Sector Banja Luka Public Security Center; from January 2010 – head of Banja Luka Public Security Center; from February 2012 – head of Uniformed Police Administration, and from February 2015, he has performed the tasks of Deputy Police Director. He was appointed Police Director on 1 September 2016.
+387 51 334-310
+387 51 334-309
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
Police Director is the basic organizational unit at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior, managed by the Director. The Director has the mandate to plan, manage and supervise all the activities of the police, especially activities in the mandate of the basic organizational unit, directly manages police activities and, related to that, he organizes, consolidates and directs the work of the police, as well as the activities of non-operational lines of work for the purpose of operational needs. He makes decisions on employing or termination of employment of police officers of line administrations as well as on the arrangement of administrators of basic and internal organizational units in accordance with the line of work. Police director participates in proposing the budget for the needs of the police. He prepares operation programme, information, analyses, reports and other materials related to police activities. Police Director regularly delivers reports to the Minister on the measures taken and activities of the police. He reports directly to the Minister of the Interior and to the Government of the Republic of Srpska about his work.
Radomir Domuzin , was born on 1 January 1961 in Glamoč. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Banja Luka where he also finished master studies. He completed PhD studies at the University for Business Studies in Banja Luka and acquired the title Doctor of Economics. He has been working with the police since 1990. In his previous work experience, he performed the following activities and tasks: from 1990 to 1992 – inspector for countering economic crime at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia; from 1992 to 2006 – inspector for countering economic crime at Banja Luka Public Security Center; from 2006 to 2009 – head of Department for countering economic crime at Banja Luka Public Security Center; from 2009 to 2013 – head of Department for countering economic crime at Crime Police Administration; from 2013 to 2015 – deputy head of Crime Police Administration; from 2015 to 2016 – head of Crime Police Administration.
+387 51 334-310
+387 51 334-309
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
Directly organizes, manages and supervises the activities of the organizational units within the organizational unit of the Police Director, organizes daily and periodic meetings, suggests concrete measures and takes care of the cooperation with other organizational units within the Ministry. He supervises and analyzes the justifications for using coercive measures and makes the assessment on how justified the justifications delivered by the heads of the basic organizational units are. He assists the Police Director in all the activities related to his mandate, replaces the director in case of his absence or inability to attend certain events and, if necessary, performs other activities set by the police director.
Dragan Jevđenić, was born on 31 August 1975 in Banja Luka. He finished Police high-school in 1995 in Banja Luka, and in 1999 he graduated from the Academy of criminology and police studies in Belgrade. In his previous work experience, he worked at the following positions: police officer at Čelinac Police Station; since 2001 – commander of Čelinac Police Station; since 2005 – commander of Banja Luka – Obilićevo Police Station; since 2008 – commander of Banja Luka – Lazarevo Police Station; since 2011 – head of Department for countering organized crime at Crime Police Administration; since 2013 – head of Department for countering organized crime and corruption at Crime Police Administration, and since February 2015 he has been performing tasks of the head of Uniformed Police Administration.
+387 51 334-347
+387 51 334-390
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
Uniformed police Administration conducts all these activities through its organizational units.
Mr. Siniša Kostreševićwas born in 1980 in Banja Luka. He finished Police High School in 1999 in Banja Luka, two-year College of the Interior in 2002, and graduated from four-year College of the Interior in 2007. He started working at the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior in 1999, as a police officer at Čelinac Police Station. In his previous work experience, he worked at the following positions: a police officer, shift leader, and assistant commander; from 2006 to 2011- commander of Laktaši Police Station, since 2011- head of Department for countering organized crime at the Crime Police Administration; from 2011 to 2013- head of the Unit for countering organized crime and corruption, and since 2013 –head of Office for countering organized crime and corruption. Since April 2015 he performed tasks of the Deputy Head of the Administration for Countering Terrorism and Extremism, and since December 2016 he has been performing tasks of the Head of Crime Police Administration.
+387 51 334-374
+387 51 334-381
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
Duties of Crime Police Administration are as follows:
The Unit is organized in accordance with the European standards for Special Police Units, so that its structure and unit strength provide quality training and high operability level in performing certain tasks.
Everybody who wishes to become a member of Special Anti-Terrorist Unit has to go through rigorous and difficult selective training. The contest for accepting new candidates depends on the needs of the Unit and available job posts. Training of future members is based on the experiences of home and foreign specialized units and is harmonized with the universally accepted world standards and trends. In accordance with the strictly purposeful needs, the aim of Special Anti-Terrorist Unit training is to professionally train, drill, and prepare all the members of the operational unit both physically and mentally to successfully perform the most complex and delicate tasks in all situations and in every moment.
Ever since it was established to this day, the Special Anti-Terrorist Unit has been continuously developed and modernised and the process can be divided into three stages:
• First stage (from 1992 to 1995);
• Second stage (from 1995 to 2001);
• Third stage (from 2001 to today)
With the outbreak of war conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the members of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Ministry of the Interior divided based on their ethnicity, so on 4 April 1992, the Police Unit for Special Actions was also divided, and in the second half of 1992, the Special Police Brigade was formed. In the period of war conflicts, from 1992 to 1994, nine units were formed with brigade command stationed in the village of Janja, BIH. Formation structure was as follows: Command, I – Pale division, II – Šekovići division, III – Trebinje division, IV – Bijeljina division, V – Doboj division, VI - Banja Luka division, VII – Prijedor division, VIII – Ilidža division, and IX – Foča division. During the war, the Special Police Brigade had 1,500 members, and 144 of them gave their lives for the Republic of Srpska and 400 members were injured. On multiple occasions, the Unit was decorated with the orders of Petar Mrkonjić, Nemanjići, the First of Order of Njegoš, and the order of Merits for the People. Certain number of Unit members was decorated with the orders of Miloš Obilić and Milan Tepić and other decorations.
From 1995 to 2001, the whole Brigade completely changed under detailed monitoring of international organisations, primarily IPTF. When Dayton Peace Agreement was signed, and since its Annex 1B provided that special formations had to be disbanded and retreated to bases/barracks, the Unit changed its name into Anti-Terrorist Actions Police Brigade. The Annex 11 to Dayton Peace Agreement provided that members had to go through training under control of international police – IPTF. After reorganisation in 1998, the Unit got a new name – Specialised Police Service with the Command in Janja, near Bijeljina, divisions in Prijedor and Ilidža were disbanded, and divisions in Trebinje and Foča were integrated with the base on Tjentište. Other divisions were transformed into specialised teams. After the reorganisation 1999/2000, the Specialised Police Service was dislocated from Janja to Banja Luka. All divisions were disbanded with exception to those in Janja and Banja Luka. The Specialised Team was located in Banja Luka and transformed into Anti-Terrorist Team.
In 2001, the division Janja was disbanded, and in Rakovačke Bare base, near Banja Luka, the Specialised Police Service continued their activities, and parts of it were Anti-Terrorist Team, Specialised Team and Mechanised Team. In 2004, the Service changed its name into Special Police Unit. On 8 August 2016, when the Rulebook on internal organisation and systematisation of job posts in the Republic of Srpska Ministry of Interior entered into force, the Unit changed its name into Special Anti-Terrorist Unit. Since the establishment of the Police Brigade in 1992 until today, the duty of Commander was performed by the following people: 1. Milenko Karišik (1992-1993); 2. Goran Sarić (1993-1997); 3. Duško Jević (1997-1999); 4. Dragan Lukač (1999-2004); 5. Ranko Vuković (2004-2006); 6. Predrag Krajnović (2006-2015); 7. Dragan Ribić (2015 -2018); 8. Goran Balaban (2018-).
All activities related to the deployment to peacekeeping operations abroad are performed through the Department for International Cooperation within the Office of the Minister, Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska.
Since 2000, the members of the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior have been deployed to the following UN peacekeeping missions:
- EAST TIMOR (UNMISET)
- LIBERIA (UNMIL)
- CYPRUS (UNFICYP)
- SUDAN (UNMIS)
- SOUTH SUDAN (UNMISS)
- CONGO (MONUSCO).
Selection procedure of the candidates from the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska begins with filling in the Questionnaire on interest to participate in peacekeeping missions. The Questionnaire (in Serbian language) may be downloaded on the website of the Ministry (available in Cyrillic and Latin version).
The basic (minimum) requirements for participation in UN peacekeeping missions are as follows:
1. At least 8 years of effective service in police services for men, and minimum 5 years of effective service for women,
2. Fluency in English (reading, writing, understanding),
3. Good physical and mental health, and satisfactory physical fitness,
4. Successful results for previous work,
5. Driver's licence (B category).
After the submission of the Questionnaire, the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior identifies the candidates fulfilling the basic requirements for participation in UN peacekeeping missions, and forwards the applications of the interested candidates to the BiH Ministry of Security.
The next steps in the application process include:
- process of selection in the BiH Ministry of Security (based on expertise, experience, national, religious and sex coverage of applicants, as well as equal coverage of all law enforcement agencies),
- test in English language and computer skills (organized by the BiH Ministry of Security)
- Pre-mission preparation training to the PSOTC Centre (Peace Support Operations Training Center), at the camp Butmir in Sarajevo – only for applicants who successfully pass the previous tests
- SAAT test – only for applicants who have successfully passed the pre-mission training.
All other information regarding the following steps in the selection process and application procedure after the publication of open positions within the UN peacekeeping missions may be obtained through the Department for International Information, Office of the Minister, located in the building of the Republic of Srpska Government (entrance B).
Address: Banja Luka, Trg Republike Srpske 1
Telephone/Fax 387 51 338 487; +387 51 338 844
AIMS OF COMMUNITY POLICING
• Improving the quality of life
• Improving the security situation, reducing crime
• Increasing and improving both subjective and objective sense of security
• Establishing stronger connections with citizens in all social segments by cherishing cooperation which contributes to strengthening trust
• Knowing and respecting the needs of citizens
• Finding long-term solutions
• Solving local security issues
THE INITIAL PILOT PROJECTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA
• The initial activities in the field of community policing were initiated in 2002 in cooperation with the members of IPTF, and experience exchange with police agencies from the developed countries of the world, cooperation with numerous international organizations, changes in the countries of the region and membership in various associations, contributed to the concretization of the starting initiatives.
• The pilot project 'Community policing and security in a community' in the municipality of Prijedor was realized in cooperation with British Department for international development (DFID) from October 2003 to December 2005
• In 2004, EUPM started implementing several projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and two of them were the so-called 5.5 and 5.4, that is ‘Community policing’ and ‘Strengthening the capacities of the local police in terms of the returnees’ security’, whose pilot-phase ended at the end of 2005
INTENSIFICATION OF WORK AND CONTINUATION OF COOPERATION WITH INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS
• In the beginning of 2007 the cooperation with Swiss Agency for development and cooperation started. Together, they realized various educational activities (seminars and workshops). Experiences were exchanged and three study visits to Switzerland were organized. Several prevention campaigns were conducted, and the field of community policing has become a regular subject at the Higher School of the Interior and College of the Interior in Banjaluka. The Rulebook on community policing for Bosnia and Herzegovina was made and receiving rooms in four police buildings of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska were renovated.
• At the initiative of the British Agency ‘Safeworld’ and the Centre for Security Studies in Sarajevo, a draft of the Rulebook on partnership between the police and community
• In cooperation with UNDP, the project ‘Safe communities’ is being implemented, and as pilot municipalities from the Republic of Srpska, the municipalities of Prijedor, Višegrad and Bratunac were chosen.
• Within cooperation with SEPCA (Southeast Europe Police Chiefs Association), the representatives of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska participated in the realization of all the activities of the working group for community policing.INDEPENDENT PROJECTS
• Police work in multiethnic communities
• Local forums for citizens’ safety
• School police officer
• Doors open days
• Dangers and legal consequences of unauthorized use of pyrotechnic articles and weaponry
• Robberies – how to avoid becoming a victim
• Let's prevent juvenile delinquency
• Celebration of the International day of countering drug abuse and human trafficking
• Let's protect our property
• Let's protect children in traffic
• Replace your personal documents timely
• Don't let a burglar spend summer holidays in your home
• Police and citizens together
• Drive safely, spend your summer holidays carefree
• Regular activities of donating blood by the members of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska
• For sober youth
• Helmet saves lives
• The safe use of motorcycles and bicycles with motors in traffic
• Do you know what to do in case of a traffic accident?
• Prepare for winter conditions in traffic
• Tractors and working machines in traffic
• Let's prevent peer violence
'LET'S PREVENT PEER VIOLENCE' CAMPAIGN
Having in mind that prevention, detection and countering violence among children and young people are extremely important segments of police activities, the members of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska, in October 2011, realized a prevention campaign called 'Let's prevent peer violence'. The basic aims of this campaign are as follows:
1. Prevention of new cases of violence among children and young people;
2. Conducting promotional activities and organizing public forums and round tables with the aim of raising public awareness on the necessity of preventing peer violence.
Within the first aim, the organizational units of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska intensified the realization of the project 'School police officer', by conducting planned everyday activities of community policing officers, sector leaders, members of police whose competence is community policing, executive employees as well as all other police officers. As a result, while implementing the campaign, contacts and communication with directors and educators working at educational institutions, as well as parents and students have been improved in order to upgrade mutual trust, identify real problems and individuals who cause conflicts among student population and undertake measures and activities that would help preventing the escalation of peer violence. Special attention was also dedicated to peer violence outside school, when students are not under the supervision of their parents or teachers. Related to this, in October, all police stations realize the following measures and activities aimed at:
- Countering distribution and abuse of narcotic substances among young people (narcotics, alcohol drinks, tobacco products);
- - Denying access and participation of minors in games of chance and similar gambling games (for example, in betting shops).
Within the realization of the listed activities, in October, all public security centers and police stations organize public distribution of promotion material called 'Let's prevent peer violence’, and, in cooperation with the competent government, local and non-governmental institutions and organizations, initiate and participate in the realization of public forums and round tables with the topic of peer violence.
Within the campaign 'Let's prevent peer violence', conducted by the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska, the round table on the topic 'Peer violence and violence against children and media' was held in Banjaluka yesterday. It was organized by the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska together with Ombudsman for children of the Republic of Srpska, Gender Center of the Government of the Republic of Srpska Government and 'Zdravo da ste' Association.
Director of the Police of the Republic of Srpska, Mr. Gojko Vasić said that statistics show decrease in the number of criminal offences related to peer violence – two years ago, there were 27 of these cases registered; last year, there were 14 of them, and this year, there are 6 cases registered so far. When it comes to juvenile delinquency, director Vasić said that, this year, the number of registered minors was smaller compared to the previous year, but that it did not have greater significance, because in the last 10 years, these records are approximately the same and that they vary from time to time. 'It is important that all segments of the society function properly,that there are prevention acitivities and that there are mechanisms to prevent the violent behaviour turning into a habit', director Vasić pointed out and added that police, within their regular activities, pay great attention to the juvenile delinquency. Police director Vasić explained that the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska, within the realization of 'School police officer' activities, educational lectures and doors open days, was trying to create pre-conditions for the children to get familiarized with the police and thus gain trust in the police through varoious activities of working with the youth and children.
Ms. Nada Grahovac, Ombudsman for children of the Republic of Srpska, stated for the press before the Round table meeting began, that media have a really important role in promoting and protection of children's rights and raising social awareness on violation of those rights, since they often point to the violation of children's rights. She added that sensationalist reporting, the invasion of child and family privacy, still points to the fact that the public right to obtain information is above children's rights. 'The manner of reporting should not additionally hurt the child. One should think about how the published news is going to affect the child who, after everything that happened to them, is supposed to meet the environment, school and peers'', Ms. Grahovac pointed out. She added that media have to ensure the positive content on children and for children who, according to the research, spend 26.5 hours a week in front of television, and only half an hour talking to their parents. 'From this, one can see the influence of the media on children growing up and why it is necessary to learn on good examples of children, parents and teachers', Ms. Grahovac said and added that laws on media still have not recognized children's right on protection adequately.
The president of the Association of high school directors, Mr. Predrag Damjanović said that schools give their best to minimize the problem of peer violence. 'Almost all schools are qualified, have psychologists employed, social workers and educators, so we can conduct prevention activities. One should not expect that schools can solve all the issues on their own, because, since without systemic approach, strategies and strategic fight, one can hardly do anything on their own', Mr. Damjanović said.
Seminars and higher and middle administrative staff of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska:
• Basic course for the 'Community policing' project
• Community policing and administration
• Security marketing
• Transactional analysis and management
• Public relations training
Transactional analysis (Communication Studies) is the seminar for all the authorized workers of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Srpska and civil servants in direct contact with citizens.
Courses for police officers for community policing officers:
• Community policing
• Security marketing
• The regular courses 'Community policing and activities related to security sector' realized for sector leaders and police members in whose jurisdiction is the coordination of community policing.
• The continued training of all authorized workers within central organizational units in the field of community policing and prevention
Mr. Nedeljko Lubura was born on 16 November 1975 in Sarajevo. He finished Police High School in Banja Luka in 1994, two-year Police College in 1999 and then he graduated from four-year Police College in 2006. In 1994, he started working as an intern at the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior, Police Station Srpska Ilidža. In his career, he worked at the following positions: Head of the Department for Countering General Crime in 2006, Head of the Crime Police Sector in 2010, Head of the City of Banja Luka Sector in 2011, Head of the Department for Countering General Crime in 2013, and in 2015 he started working as Deputy Head of the Crime Police Administration. In January 2017 he started working as Deputy Head of the Administration for Countering Terrorism and Extremism. Since January 2018, he has been performing tasks of the Head of the Administration for Countering Extremism and Terrorism.
+387 51 331-289
+387 51 331-287
Jug Bogdana Street 108, 78000 Banja Luka, BIH
Administration for countering terrorism and extremism performs the following activities:
- to process criminal offenses in the field of terrorism and extremism, as well as war crimes and criminal offenses according to International humanitarian law,
- to control, monitor and instructively direct the activities of all organizational units of the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior that are competent for processing the aforementioned criminal offenses, with the support of crime and information analyses, forensic methods and resources and special operation activities,
- to verify that activities of those organizational units are in accordance with the law,
- to suggest measures, defines deadlines, and determines the obligations of Public Security Centers in the field of controlling the ordered measures with the aim of prevention, detecting and solving criminal offenses from the field of terrorism and extremism, as well as detecting and solving war crimes and criminal offenses according to International humanitarian law,
- to use all the available database of the Ministry for the purpose of performing analytical investigations, as well as information from all open sources, provided that activities are performed in accordance with the law,
- to abstract and use incidental findings collected during investigation and special research activities for the purpose of initiating a new investigation or completing the existing ones,
- to monitor realization, suggest improvement measures, to monitor, study and analyze the situation, movement and forms of crime in their competence, as well as the application of forensic methods, crime and information analysis and special operation activities,
- to direct the activities performed by other organizational units related to preventing and countering terrorism and extremism,
- to undertake measures related to improving organization, performing activities as well as activities related to improving the efficiency in countering terrorism and extremism,
- to prepare bylaws that regulate activities and operations in the field of countering terrorism and extremism, prepare programmes for professional training and development,
- to prepare analytical and information materials from their field of work,
- to realize the necessary cooperation with other national bodies,
- to perform activities in accordance with relevant information from intelligence and security service when these are in competence of the Administration,
- to perform other activities in the competence of the Administration.
You can praise a police officer for their decent and responsible behaviour towards you, and/or because they are dedicated to their work, unbiased, brave, communicative, fair, as well as for their professionalism and preserving the reputation of the Ministry.
You can send your praise to a police officer to the following e-mail address: email@example.com .
Your praise should be understandable and contain information related to place, time and description of activities performed by the police officer whose work you would like to praise, as well as other useful information. Additionally, it is preferred that you provide your personal information in the praise, including your address and phone numbers, so your praise can contribute in the procedure of rewarding the police officer. If you know the information related to the police officer, you should provide the following: their name and surname, and/or the number of their police badge, where they work and which activities they perform, registration plates of their official vehicle and other information.
You can complain about police officer’s work if you notice some sort of irregularity or omission in their work and if you find that they violated your rights and freedoms by their illegal and incorrect activities and behaviour.
By drawing attention to inappropriate and illegal actions committed by the police officer and other workers of the Ministry, you are helping the police in solving cases related to abuse of office and misbehavior, as well as in timely undertaking corresponding legal measures.
You can send a complaint against a police officer by e-mail to the address of the Unit for professional standards of the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your complaint should be understandable and contain information related to place, time and description of actions of the police officer whose work you are complaining about, as well as other useful information. Additionally, it is preferred that you provide your personal information in the complaint, including your address and phone numbers, so it can be valid in a corresponding procedure. If you know the information related to the police officer, you should provide the following: their name and surname, and/or the number of their police badge, where they work and which activities they perform, registration plates of their official vehicle and other information.
Mr. Borislav Šarić, MA, was born on 22 August in 1979 in Mrkonjić Grad, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1998, he finished the High-school of the Interior in Sremska Kamenica, Serbia, and became a police officer after graduating from the Police Academy in Belgrade in 2003. In 2011, at the Faculty of Security in Belgrade, he received a Master’s degree in defense, security and protection. He started working at the Ministry of the Interior in 1998, as a police officer at Mrkonjić Grad Police Station, Mrkonjić Grad Public Security Center, and since then, he has performed the following activities and tasks: expert associate on police subjects at the College of the Interior, Banja Luka; inspector for traffic safety at the Department for traffic security, Uniformed Police Administration; Commander of the Police Station for traffic security in Banja Luka, Banja Luka PSC; head of the Unit for strategic planning and analytics, Police Director; head of police Unit for performing tasks of protecting persons and facilities, Uniformed Police Administration. He has been working at the College of the Interior, Banja Luka, as a lecturer on subjects Police management and Police operation.
He is married and has got three children.
He started performing tasks of the Head of the Administration for protecting persons and facilities on 15 April 2015.
+387 51 334-380
+387 51 334-315
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
Duties of the Administration for providing protection to persons and buildings are the following:
Mr. Darko Ilić was born in 1976, in Banja Luka, where he finished primary and secondary school, college and faculty of social sciences. He has been working in the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior since 1997, and he has performed various tasks at managing positions at Crime Police Administration. He was awarded several times for expressed professionalism and dedication due to solving many complex criminal cases in the Republic of Srpska. He was the chief of Department for Investigation and Protection at Special Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Srpska from 2006 till 31 June 2016.
+387 51 331-227
+387 51 331-275
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
Mr. Boško Pandža, was born on 1 October 1963 in Slavićka, in the municipality of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He graduated from Higher School of the Interior in Zemun, Serbia, in 1986, and in 2010, he graduated from the Faculty for Security and Protection in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, thus obtaining a BA in Law for Security and Criminology. He has been employed at the Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior since 1987. In the previous period, he has performed tasks in the following positions: Head of the Security Patrol Sector and Inspector for Investigating Traffic Accidents at Banja Luka Police Station for Performing Duty Tasks, Commander of the Police Department, Assistant to the Commander and Deputy to the Commander at Banja Luka – Center Police Station, Deputy to the Commander of Banja Luka Police Station for Traffic Safety, Chief of the Shift of Operations and Communication Center at Banja Luka Public Security Center, Inspector for Countering General Crime at the Inspectorate for Internal Control, Head of the Inspectorate for Internal Control. He has been performing tasks as the Head of Administration for Police Support since 01 September 2016.
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka
The Administration for Police Support conducts the following activities:
• improving lawful procedures and activities of organisational segments of the Ministry through providing support to all lines of work;
• direct engagement in most complex operational activities, investigations and other activities from their scope of activities;
• performing certain operational and instructive activities,
• by the order of the Director, visiting organisational units and sectors with the aim of informing the management about Director’s orders and decisions, as well as controlling and monitoring the activities implementing Director’s decisions;
• performing preventive and educational activities;
• monitoring the application of regulations in the field of police affairs;
• coordinating organisational units of the police with the aim of consolidating and providing guidelines, suggestions and opinions about drafts and proposals of laws and bylaws that are significant for the functioning of the police;
• providing professional legal assistance when directly performing police activities and applying authorisations;
• directing and organizing cooperation between the police and state bodies, local self-government bodies, NGOs, associations of citizens and other entities with the aim of raising the level of the safety of citizens and their property;
• participating in and realising the harmonization process when applying projects and activities for the purpose of enhancing the efficiency and the results of the police work;
• performing activities related to monitoring and control;
• instructively directing and monitoring the legality of activities and tasks in the field of forensic techniques and anti-diversion protection and pyrotechnics;
• studying, finding, improving, and applying scientific and technical methods and means;
• participating in drafting and realisation of equipping programmes;
• monitoring the equipment and technical means and providing that forensic and EOD services are timely equipped;
• preparing instructions, guidelines and other directing documents that regulate the work and activities, collecting and processing information about all forms of crime, especially cyber-crime and organised crime, illegal production and trade of narcotic drugs; planning and proactively and reactively collecting, assessing and analysing intelligence;
• directing, monitoring and coordinating operational activities related to collecting data, analysing collected data and directing their use for operational purposes;
• providing recommendations for undertaking further measures and actions;
• cooperating with other organisational units;
• keeping regulated records and implementing the measures of data protection;
• collecting criminal intelligence for persons for who there is information that they are perpetrators of criminal offences or are related to the commission of criminal offences, as well as persons who are under criminal investigation in accordance with the Criminal Procedure Code of both the Republic of Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and by the orders issued by courts or prosecutor’s offices;
• cooperating with other bodies of state administration and police agencies from other countries while performing activities related to criminal intelligence;
• participating in the selection of and education of police officers related to criminal intelligence activities, as well as undercover investigations;
• participating in the infiltration of investigators and providing them with logistic support;
• introducing the undercover investigator and informer to the case in accordance with the provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code;
• providing professional support to public security centres, and monitoring activities in that field;
• participating in drafting normative documents, reports and other professional materials;
• performing other activities in its scope of activities.