Workshops will be held in Serbia from 23 to 25 November 2022, concluding a two-year cycle of international development assistance of the Republic of Slovenia, in the framework of which the Serbian Police, in cooperation with the Slovenian Police, developed, established, and implemented a new patrol management system. The system is based on modern technology and EU standards. Its main purpose is to enable police officers to respond more effectively to the needs of people when their life, safety, or property is threatened while also ensuring the greater safety of police officers when performing their work in the field.
The patrol management system is now used by the organizational units of 14 of the 27 police directorates in the interior of the country, as well as by the organizational units of the Border Police Directorate.
The final workshops will aim to review the status, assess the increase in a patrol management capacity, and review the planning of further activities to maintain, expand and continuously advance the patrol management system.
The project is part of the program activities of international development cooperation, financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia and implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior and the Police of the Republic of Slovenia.
Centre for European Perspective