Ministry of Internal Affairs (Serbia)

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Ministry of Interior
Министарство унутрашњих послова
Ministarstvo unutrašnjih poslova
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Agency overview
Formed 11 February 1991; 26 years ago (1991-02-11)
Jurisdiction Government of Serbia
Headquarters Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 2, Belgrade, Serbia
44°49′12.1″N 20°25′39.1″E / 44.820028°N 20.427528°E / 44.820028; 20.427528Coordinates: 44°49′12.1″N 20°25′39.1″E / 44.820028°N 20.427528°E / 44.820028; 20.427528
Annual budget $563.54 million (2017, planned)[1]
Minister responsible
Deputy Ministers responsible
  • Jana Ljubičić
  • Milosav Miličković
  • Biljana Popović Ivković
Website www.mup.gov.rs
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The Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Mинистарство унутрашњих послова / Ministarstvo unutrašnjih poslova; abbr. MUP) is a cabinet-level ministry in the Government of Serbia. The ministry is responsible for local and national Law Enforcement and Police services with municipal and district branches throughout the country. Its core responsibilities include: crime prevention, criminal apprehension, investigations, customs and border control, counter-terrorism, anti-corruption, anti-narcotics and disaster relief. The ministry is also responsible for issuing passports and personal identification to citizens. The current minister is Nebojša Stefanović, in office since 27 April 2014.

Organization[edit]

  • Minister of Interior
  • Ministers cabinet:
    • Bureau for strategic planning
    • Bureau for international cooperation and European integration
    • Bureau for complaints and representations
    • Bureau for cooperation with the media
  • Service of internal control
  • Secretary of state
  • Secretariat:
    • Department for normative-legal and general legal affairs
      • Department of normative-legal affairs
      • Department of general-legal affairs
    • Department of housing
  • Directorate of police:
    • Crime investigation police department
    • Police department
    • Department for Security
    • Unit for protections
    • Traffic police department
    • Border police department
    • Department for administrative affairs
    • Operations center
    • Department for analytics
    • Department of information technology
    • Department of connection and cryptography
    • Coordination department for Kosovo and Metohija
    • Regional police departments
  • Finance, human resources and Joint Affairs Sector:
    • Department of human resources
    • Department for joint affairs
    • Department for nutrition & accommodations
    • Department for professional education training, development and science
  • Internal police control sector
  • Sector for search and rescue

Special police units[edit]

List of ministers[edit]

Nebojša Stefanović, the current Minister of Interior of Serbia.

Political Party:   SPS   DOS   SPO   ND / LS   DSS   SNS

Name
(Birth–Death)
Party Term of Office Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Radmilo Bogdanović
(1934–2014)
SPS 11 February 1991 30 May 1991 Zelenović (I)
Zoran Sokolović
(1938–2001)
SPS 30 May 1991 20 March 1997 Zelenović (I)
Božović (I)
Šainović (I)
Marjanović (I)
Radovan Stojičić
(1951–1997)
Acting Minister
SPS 20 March 1997 11 April 1997
(Assassinated)
Marjanović (I)
Vlastimir Đorđević
(1948–)
Acting Minister
SPS 11 April 1997 15 April 1997
Vlajko Stojiljković
(1937–2002)
SPS 15 April 1997 9 October 2000 Marjanović (I • II)
Mirko Marjanović
(1937–2006)
Acting Minister
SPS 11 October 2000 24 October 2000 Marjanović (II)
Slobodan Tomović
(1946–)
Co-Minister
SPS 24 October 2000 25 January 2001 Minić (transitional)
Božidar Prelević
(1959–)
Co-Minister
DOS
Stevan Nikčević
(1961–)
Co-Minister
SPO
Dušan Mihajlović
(1948–)
ND 25 January 2001 3 March 2004 Đinđić (I)
Živković (I)
LS
Dragan Jočić
(1960–)
DSS 3 March 2004 7 July 2008 Koštunica (III)
Ivica Dačić
(1966–)
SPS 7 July 2008 27 April 2014 Cvetković (I)
Dačić (I)
Nebojša Stefanović
(1976–)
SNS 27 April 2014 Present Vučić (III)
Brnabić (I)

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ZAKON O BUDŽETU REPUBLIKE SRBIJE ZA 2017. GODINU". paragraf.rs (in Serbian). Službeni glasnik RS. Retrieved 2 July 2017. 

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