The Republic of Srpska Ministry of the Interior

POLICE DIRECTOR


POLICE DIRECTOR

Mr Darko Ćulum, was born on 11 January 1969 in Ljubačevo, the municipality of Banja Luka. He finished Police High School in 1988 in Sarajevo, graduated from college at the Faculty of Philosophy in 1998 in Banja Luka, and in 2009, he finished Faculty of Security Studies in Banja Luka. He has been performing police duties since 1988. Through his career, he had performed the following jobs and tasks: police officer and inspector in all lines of work: from April 1999 – head of the Group for suppressing aggravated thefts; from October 2003 – head of Department for countering organised crime; from March 2006 – head of the Crime Police Sector Banja Luka Public Security Center; from January 2010 – head of Banja Luka Public Security Center; from February 2012 – head of Uniformed Police Administration, and from February 2015, he has performed the tasks of Deputy Police Director. He was appointed Police Director on 1 September 2016.

Contact

+387 51 334-310
+387 51 334-309
direktor@mup.vladars.net
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka


OBLIGATIONS OF THE POLICE DIRECTOR


Police Director is the basic organizational unit at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior, managed by the Director. The Director has the mandate to plan, manage and supervise all the activities of the police, especially activities in the mandate of the basic organizational unit, directly manages police activities and, related to that, he organizes, consolidates and directs the work of the police, as well as the activities of non-operational lines of work for the purpose of operational needs. He makes decisions on employing or termination of employment of police officers of line administrations as well as on the arrangement of administrators of basic and internal organizational units in accordance with the line of work. Police director participates in proposing the budget for the needs of the police. He prepares operation programme, information, analyses, reports and other materials related to police activities. Police Director regularly delivers reports to the Minister on the measures taken and activities of the police. He reports directly to the Minister of the Interior and to the Government of the Republic of Srpska about his work.


DEPUTY POLICE DIRECTOR


Zamjenik direktora policije

Radomir Domuzin , was born on 1 January 1961 in Glamoč. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Banja Luka where he also finished master studies. He completed PhD studies at the University for Business Studies in Banja Luka and acquired the title Doctor of Economics. He has been working with the police since 1990. In his previous work experience, he performed the following activities and tasks: from 1990 to 1992 – inspector for countering economic crime at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia; from 1992 to 2006 – inspector for countering economic crime at Banja Luka Public Security Center; from 2006 to 2009 – head of Department for countering economic crime at Banja Luka Public Security Center; from 2009 to 2013 – head of Department for countering economic crime at Crime Police Administration; from 2013 to 2015 – deputy head of Crime Police Administration; from 2015 to 2016 – head of Crime Police Administration.

Contact

+387 51 334-310
+387 51 334-309
Bulevar Desanke Maksimović Street 4, 78000 Banja Luka


OBLIGATIONS OF THE DEPUTY POLICE DIRECTOR


Directly organizes, manages and supervises the activities of the organizational units within the organizational unit of the Police Director, organizes daily and periodic meetings, suggests concrete measures and takes care of the cooperation with other organizational units within the Ministry. He supervises and analyzes the justifications for using coercive measures and makes the assessment on how justified the justifications delivered by the heads of the basic organizational units are. He assists the Police Director in all the activities related to his mandate, replaces the director in case of his absence or inability to attend certain events and, if necessary, performs other activities set by the police director.