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Second generation of students 2004

PROJECT SAVA II

The Management Center provided its second anti-organised crime specialisation course in cooperation with the Royal Netherlands Government. The course gathered participants from the Serbian Ministry of the Interior, Federal Ministry of Defence, Serbian Ministry of Justice, the Law Bar and the economic sector. Given the specialised and sensitive nature of the services from which the participants are, their identities are not revealed publicly, in line with the respective legal regulations.


THE MANAGEMENT CENTER — CENTAR ZA MENADŽMENT

Project Sava II - 2nd Year

The societal need for the project

Organised crime is arguably the greatest problem in Serbia at the moment, and thus naturally also one of the first proclaimed priorities for the new Serbian Government to tackle.

The main aim of the project

The aim of this project is educational. It is designed as a form of systematic training of young professionals who will attain the required knowledge in anti-organized crime policy, and develop the corresponding skills in the area of anti-organized crime.

Who will be trained

The main audience for this course are policy makers, judges, magistrates, prosecutors, attorneys at law and police professionals. Places fille by an open competition and decisions on acceptance to the course will be made solely on the merit-based criteria.

The content of the training

The course will equip the participants with skills and understanding of the social, economic and political environment in the region, which generates the key features of the context of fighting organized crime. The training of the initial group of participants in the course will take the form of weekly meetings at the Management Center, for lectures and workshops. There will be 26 weeks of effective teaching during course, each week consisting of 2,5 contact hours with each participant. The format of the lectures will be such as to allow an even distribution between formal teaching and interactive workshops and simulations. Lectures, delivered by experts from abroad, Serbia and Montenegro, will be followed by round table discussions, and the participants will be encouraged to engage in teamwork.

The curriculum

Module I (3 sessions):
1.Introduction: Issues of internal security verus external security/insecurity. The role of crime and its links with other threats to security in general.
2.Conceptions of organized crime.
3.Organized crime and money laundering.

Module II (5 sessions):
1.The roots or organised crime: historical and conceptual.
2.Links between organised crime and street crime.
3.Organised crime and white-collar crime.
4.Organised crime as an industry.
5.Connections between criminal organisations and legitimate businesses.

Module III (4 sessions)
1.Criminal organisations in the US, Europe and Asia.
2.The emergence of organised crime in Eastern Europe and “Russian Mafia” as a symbol of the new type of criminal organisation.
3.Stereotypes of the “Balkans” in light of the images created by crime.
4.Concluding discussions about the current links between terrorism and organisedcrime.

Target population(s) and estimate of the number of people who will benefit from the project:
5.Policy makers
6.Magistrates, judges and prosecutors;
7.Defence attorneys
8.The police profession
9.The media

Time-scale of the project:

Duration: Six months.

Place where the project will be carried out: Beograd, Serbia, and Podgorica, Montenegro.