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Ljubomir Stajić, Ph.D. Full Professor

 Ljubomir Staji

Ljubomir Stajić, Ph.D. Full Professor


Born on June 28, 1960 in Inđija. He graduated from the Faculty of Security Studies in Belgrade in 1983. On the same faculty, he received his LL.M. degree in 1987 (thesis: “The Role of Mass Antitank Weapons in a Self-Defense War”) and doctoral degree in 1991 (dissertation: “Preparation of a Municipality for the Armed Conflict and Non-Armed Resistance to Aggression in Self-Defense Wars with Reference to Development of Modern Weapons”). In 1984 he was elected for assistant, then for the assistant lecturer in 1987 and since 1991 as the assistant professor for the course in Contemporary Means of Warfare.

From 1994 to the end of 2003, he worked at the Police Academy in Belgrade, where he was elected assistant professor in 1994, associate professor in 1996 and full professor in 2001 for the subject Basics of Security. On Master studies at the Academy, he taught two courses: Security and Organization and Management in the Police.
In the five seats at the Police Academy he served as vice-dean for teaching. For eight years he was editor of the Police Academy and edited over ninety monographs, textbooks, anthologies and magazines. He served as member of the Assembly of Belgrade University and member of the Council of the Police Academy.

From the first of January 2004 he is working at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad where he was elected to full professor. On basic studies at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, he teaches courses in Security System, Security Culture,

Private Security Law and Security Management. On Master studies he teaches courses in System of Protection of Persons and Objects, Control of Security Services, System of Protection of Property and Business, National Security Strategy, Organization and Competence of the Security Services and Theory of Political Upheaval. On Doctoral studies, Public Law, on the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, he teaches Theory of Security Studies – Detail Course.

He was the vice-dean for finance (2007-2015). He is founder and head of the Department of Security Studies and founder and coordinator of Center for Private Security. Since October 2009 he is manager of Publishing Center and editor of edition of Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.

From October 2015 to October 2018 he served as Dean of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.

For many years, at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Security Studies he taught courses in Fundamentals of Security. Beside Republic of Serbia, he taught at the Universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in Montenegro. For the contribution to the formation and improvement of teaching at the Higher School of Internal Affairs in Banja Luka he was awarded by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Srpska. In a survey of student associations iSerbia in 2012 and 2014 professor Stajić was rated as one of the best professors who motivate students in Serbia.

Since 2011 he is a member of the Council of Serbian Association of Managers of Corporate Security, and member of the editorial board of the Journal on law, economy and management. He was a member of the Council of Accreditation Body of Serbia. He is currently a reviewer of the Commission for Accreditation and Quality Assurance and a member of the Council of the University of Novi Sad.

Area of his academic interest: theory of security, security systems, protection of property and business, protection of persons, security culture, control of security services.

Professor Stajić is author/co-author of more than 30 books and over 90 others academic and professional papers or articles.

Selected books and articles:
1.    Stajić, Lj.: Fundamentals of Security System - the basis of security phenomena research, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2015.
2.    Stajić, Lj.; Stevanović, O.: Civil Unrest, Police Academy, Belgrade, 1995.
3.    Stajić, Lj.; Mandić, G.: System of Protection of Property and Business, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2008.
4.    Stajić, Lj.; Pajković, D.: System of Protection of Persons and Objects, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2011.
5.    Stajić, Lj.; Lukić, T.: Private Security Law, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2011.
6.    Stajić, Lj.: Control of the Police and Security Services, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2012.
7.    Stajić, Lj.; Mijalković, S., Stanarević, S.: Security Culture, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2013.
8.    Stajić, Lj.; Lazic, R.: Introduction to National Security, Academy for National Security and Official Gazette, Belgrade, 2015.
9.    Stevanović, O.; Stajić, Lj.: Security Management, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2015.
10.    Stajić, Lj.: Certain Controversies in the Work of International Humanitarian Organizations, In: Harmonization of Serbian and Hungarian law with the law of the European Union: a thematic anthology [editor in chief Ranko Keča], Novi Sad, Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Publishing Center, 2014, pp. 191-206.
11.    Stajić, Lj.: Why Safety Culture, In: Twenty Years of Human Security: theoretical Foundations and Practical Applications / Editorial Ivica Đorđević, Marina Glamotchak, Svetlana Stanarević, Jasmina Gačić, Beograd, Faculty of Security Studies, April, 2015, pp. 41-52.
12.    Stajić, Lj.: Control of The Police and Security Services – Problem Solving Approach, 1. International Scientific Conference: "Researching Security - Approaches, Concepts and Policies", Ohrid: Faculty of Security, 2-3 Jun, 2015, pp. 279-291.
13.    Stajić, Lj.; Milošević, G.: Financial Activity of State as a Factor of Economic Security - Review of the Republic of Serbia, Serbian Political Thought, No. 1/2017,  pp. 175-195.
14.    Stajić, Lj.: State Response on Domestic Violence, Proceedings of Novi Sad  Faculty of Law, No 3/2017, pp. 657-673.
15.    Stajić, Lj.; Radivojević, N.: Security and Legal Aspects of Domestic Violence, Serbian Political Thought, No. 1/2018,  pp. 113-128.

Vladan Mirković, Assistant

Vladan Mirkovi

Vladan Mirković, Assistant

 

Born in Ugljevik in 1990. He finished Filip Višnjić Grammar School in Bijeljina. He graduated from the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad in 2013 with the cumulative grade point average 9.95. He enrolled in Master’s Studies in the 2013-2014 academic year. In March 2015 he defended his master’s thesis entitled "Special Measuresas a Result of a SuccessfulSecuritization – Case of terrorism in United States of America after September of 11, 2001 " and received the LL.M. He enrolled in doctoral studies in the 2015-2016 academic year.

In December, 2013 he was elected as a teaching assistant. He performs exercises for the teaching course Security System at the undergraduate studies at the Internal Affairs studies program. Since 2014/2015 academic year he participates as a coordinator in the realization of students practice in Police Directorate in Novi Sad. He is secretary of the Department of Security Studies, secretary of the Doctoral Studies in Public Law and he is also secretary of the Center for Private Security.

During his studies he was a “Dr Milan Jelić Fund”, “Fund for Awarding Scholarships and Encouraging Progress of Gifted Students and Young Scientists and Artists of University of Novi Sad” and „Fund forYoung Talents” of theMinistryof Youth and Sports scholarship holder. He was given the Exceptional Award of the University of Novi Sad for the achieved results in the 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 academic years. He was awarded a plaque by the University of Novi Sad for his achievement as the best student at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad in the 2012/2013 academic year.

Area of his academic interest: theory of security, security system, terrorism, private security.

Languages: English

Selected pappers:
1.    Mirković V.: The Process of Securitization as a Possible Means of Security Policy; In: Thematic conference proceedings of international significance Vol. 1 / International scientific conference "Archibald Reiss Days"; [editor-in-chief Biljana Simeunović-Patić], Belgrade, Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, 2017, pp. 429-436, ISBN 978-86-7020-378-5;
2.    Mirković V.: Terrorism as a Means of Hybrid Warfare; In: Thematic conference proceedings of international significance [Elektronski izvor]. Vol. 2 / International scientific conference "Archibald Reiss Days"; [editor-in-chief Darko Simović]., Belgrade, Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, 2018, pp. 357-369, ISBN 978-86-7020-405-8;
3.    Mirković V.: Uloga bezbednosnog menadžmenta u sprečavanju zloupotrebe virtuelnih valuta u procesu pranja novca i finansiranja terorizma, Zbornik radova Pravnog fakulteta u Nišu, 2019, No 83, pp. 217-232, ISSN 0350-8501, UDK: 343.9.024:336.7;
4.    Mirković V.: Ilegalna virtuelna tržišta kao savremeni bezbednosni problem, 1. Naučni skup sa međunarodnim učešćem "Pravo u funkciji razvoja društva", Kosovska Mitrovica: Pravni fakultet, Univerzitet u Prištini sa privremenim sedištem u Kosovskoj Mitrovici, 24 maj, 2019, pp. 229-245, ISBN 978-86-6083-060-1;
5.    Mirković V.: Sudska kontrola specijalnih istražnih mera službi bezbednosti u Republici Srbiji, NBP: nauka, bezbednost, policija, 2017, Vol. 22, No 3, pp. 89-103, ISSN 0354-8872, UDK: 343.13(497.11);
6.    Mirković V.: Mere tajnog prikupljanja podataka službi bezbednosti – uporednopravni prikaz, Zbornik radova Pravnog fakulteta u NovomSadu, 2017, Vol. 51, No 2, pp. 465-483, ISSN 0550-2179, UDK: 351.749:342.738;
7.    Stajić Lj., Mirković V., Radivojević N.: Mogućnosti zloupotrebe virtuelnih valuta u procesu pranja novca i finansiranja terorizma, Zbornik radova Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, 2018, Vol. 52, No 3, pp. 891-907, ISSN 0550-2179, UDK: 343.9.024:336.7;
8.    Stajić Lj., Radivojević N., Mirković V.: Vojna neutralnost kao princip strateškog opredeljenja Republike Srbije – problemski pristup, Zbornik radova Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, 2016, Vol. 50, No 4, pp. 1067-1082, ISSN 0550-2179, UDK: 341.35:355.2(497.11).

Languages: English

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Nenad Radivojević Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Nenad Radivojevi

Nenad Radivojević Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Born in Senta in 1987. Finished high school in Novi Kneževac, in 2006. Enrolled Law Faculty in Novi Sad in 2006/2007, and graduated in 2010. During his studies, he was awarded with the distinguished prize of the University of Novi Sad for the success achieved in the 2006/2007 academic year. In the year 2009/2010, he won a scholarship for young talents of the Republic of Serbia as one of the thousands of top students.

Master academic studies of the second degree in the study program Internal affairs studies entered in 2010, and ending them in 2012 defending the final work entitled "Security Culture as a Factor of Control System Security." Heenrolled Doctoral studies – Public Law in 2012.and ending them in 2019 defending the doctoral dissertation entitled “Public-PrivatePartnership in the Field of PublicSecurity in DevelopedCountries with SpecialReference to the Republic of Serbia”

He was elected teachingassistant in2011, assistant in 2013, assistant with Ph.D in 2019 and assistant professor in 2020. He gives lessons in Security System at the undergraduate studies at the Internal affairs studies. Since the school year 2011/2012he participates in the implementation of practical training for students of the fourth year ofInternal affairsstudiesin the Police Administration in Novi Sad as coordinator. He also participated in the organization of the visit of the student of the study program Internal Affairs to the Security-Information Agency, as well as to other state bodies and security services. From 2013-2016he wasthe editor of the Bulletin (internal newsletter of the Faculty of Law). Since 2013 he iscoordinator ofLegal Clinic for combating trafficking of human beings and secretary of the Legal Clinics Council. From2015-2018 he was a member of the Scholarly and Academic Council and from 2018-2019 he was a member of the Faculty Council. Since 2015 he is the secretary of the Centre for Private Security at the Law Faculty in Novi Sad. He prepared workshops with which the Faculty presented at the Science Festival organized by the University of Novi Sad, as well as trial simulations within the Center for Simulation.

He speaks English.

Areas of academic interest: security system, security culture, control of security services, private security, energy security.

Selected articles:
1.    Radivojević N.:Parliamentary Control of Security Information Agency in terms of Security Culture – State and Problems, Proceedings of Novi Sad  Faculty of Law,No3, 2013, pp.475-492.
2.    Radivojević N.:Importance of Security Culture in Control as a Function of Management in the Police, Proceedings of Novi Sad  Faculty of Law,No4, 2014, pp.409-425.
3.    Radivojević N.:Internal Affairs Sector – Towards a new Law on Police,Proceedings of Novi Sad Faculty of Law,No3, 2015, pp.1371-1388.
4.    Radivojević, N.: Safety Culture in the Private Security Sector, In: Twenty Years of Human Security: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Applications/Editorial IvicaĐorđević, Marina Glamotchak, Svetlana Stanarević, JasminaGačić, Beograd, Faculty of Security Studies, april 2015, pp.129-138.
5.    Radivojević, N.: Police and Private Security Sector in Serbia – From Competition to Cooperation, 1. International Scientific Conference "Researching Security - Approaches, Concepts and Policies", Ohrid: Faculty of Security, 2-3 Jun, 2015, pp. 292-303.
6.    Stajić, Lj.; Radivojević, N.: Some Problems of Implementation of the Law on Private Security, In: Harmonization ofSerbian and Hungarianlaw with the lawof the European Union: a thematicanthology[editor in chief Ljubomir Stajić], Novi Sad,Faculty of Lawin NoviSad, Publishing Center, 2016, pp. 153-169.
7.    Radivojević, N.: Cooperation of Public and Private Security Sectors in Securing Public Gatherings and Sports Events,Internationalscientificconference “ArchibaldReissdays”, Thematicconferenceproceedings ofinternationalsignificance,Volume 2, [editor in chief Dragana Kolarić], Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, Belgrade,2016, pp. 258-266.
8.    Radivojević, N.: General Trends and Preconditions in Development of Public-Private Partnership in the Area of Security,Internationalscientificconference “Archibald Reissdays”, Thematicconferenceproceedings ofinternationalsignificance,Volume 2,  [editor in chief BiljanaSimeunović-Patić], Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, Belgrade, 2017, pp. 143-150.
9.    Stajić, Lj.; Radivojević, N.; Mirković, V.: Some Aspects of Internal Security Policy as an Element of the National Security Strategy of the Republic of Serbia, Proceedings of Novi Sad  Faculty of Law,No4, 2017, pp.1352-1342.
10.    Lončar, Z.; Radivojević, N.; Radošević, R.; Mirković, V.: Co¬o¬pe¬ra¬tion bet¬we¬en Po¬li¬ce and Pri¬va¬te Se¬cu¬rity in Emer¬gency Si¬tu¬a¬ti¬ons in the Re¬pu¬blic of Ser¬bia – Cur¬rent Sta¬te and Pos¬si¬bi¬li¬ti¬es, Proceedings of Novi Sad  Faculty of Law, No1, 2019, pp. 113-131.

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