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A five day training for the Traffic Police of the Republic of Serbia titled "Creating a Positive Working Environment for High Quality and Professional Work" organised by the Centre for European Perspective (CEP) in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Slovenia is starting on 17 October in Belgrade.

This is the continuation of the first two modules from 2009 and 2010 – for border and criminal police - at the request of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia. The project is part of the official development aid package provided by the Republic of Slovenia to Serbia and the established cooperation between Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia and CEP.

The main goal of the training is to exchange practical experiences between Serbian and Slovenian traffic policemen through case studies and to engage in highly interactive role plays with Dr Tatjana Dragović, expert trainer from United Kingdom. The general aim of the training is to improve working environment in order to ensure high quality and professional work.

Jelena Lubarda from the Bureau for International Cooperation and EU Integration, Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia, expressed her acknowledgments that participants highly praised the previous trainings because of the excellent interaction among the Serbian participants and Slovenian trainers and she therefore looks forward to future trainings that will be conducted in 2011 and 2012.

Training will be attended by 28 high representatives of the traffic police of the Republic of Serbia.

In the next year CEP is already preparing similar trainings and study visits for general police according to the needs assessment.


Contact Person: Ivana Boštajnčič Pulko, Project Manager

Contact Information

Centre for European Perspective
Grajska cesta 1
1234 Loka pri Mengšu, Slovenia
Fax: +38615608601

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