Tag: Belgrade Centre for Security Policy
Slightly more than half of Serbians say that they trust the police, while 3 of 4 citizens believe that corruption in the police is widespread, according to this Belgrade Centre for Security Policy report.
Although more than half the citizens of the Western Balkans have confidence in the police, the institution is simultaneously also considered deeply corrupt, according to this POINTPULSE report.
Perceptions of Personal Safety and Perceptions of Security Threats at the Local Level: A Comparative Overview of Serbia, Kosovo and Albania
People who live in Serbia, Kosovo and Albania have relatively strong feelings of personal safety but they do not believe they feel safe because of the efforts of state institutions, according to this Belgrade Centre for Security Policy report.
What about the women? Understanding and Addressing the Problem of ISIS Female Recruitment in the Western Balkans
This Belgrade Centre for Security Policy paper aims to bring attention to an oft-neglected security problem in the Western Balkans: women being recruited by and migrating to the Islamic State.
The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy is rejecting governmental claims that its report on a draft of a law to reform the Serbian police contain falsehoods, and said the government’s media campaign against the think tank imperils the rights of the public to participate in the creation of the law.
This Belgrade Centre for Security brief analyses the existing institutional and procedural landscape for exchange of operational information and police cooperation between Serbia and Kosovo.
Experts from the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy and the Institute for Democracy and Mediation contributed to this report, which assesses the origins and current state of the private security sector in four Balkan countries, with specific reference to principles of good governance and the protection of human rights.