Complaintsrelated to the work of a police officer
What are the requirements for obtaining the permission to perform tasks in the field of physical protection?
The permission to perform tasks in the field of physical protection may be issued to the person who:
a) is the citizen of the Republic of Srpska or BIH and has residence in the Republic of Srpska,
b) is more than 18 years old,
c) with their previous lifestyle, behaviour or activities, point that they will perform their duties responsibly,
d) has good general health abilities and special psychological and physical abilities, which they prove with a certificate issued by the authorized health institution,
e) has finished high-school at least and,
f) has passed the professional exam for performing activities related to physical and technical protection before the commission of the Ministry of the Interior
Where can the request for issuing the permission be submitted?
The request for issuing the permission shall be submitted at the PSC where the person who submitted the request has residence.
If PSC determines that the regulated requirements are met, the person who submitted the request shall be informed they can participate in training, and after they complete it, they shall take the professional exam for performing tasks of physical protection.
The person who passed the professional exam for performing tasks of physical protection shall submit the certificate to the PSC that will issue a decision in accordance with the submitted and defined proofs, that is, issue the permission to perform tasks of physical protection.
Which persons are exempted from taking the professional exam?
A person who has more than 3 years of experience performing police tasks at the Ministry, military and security activities at the Ministry of Defense, or Military Police, other activities related to security, intelligence and investigation tasks or implementing crime and minor offense sanctions, shall not take professional exam.
For which persons the permission shall not be issued?
The permission shall not be issued to the person convicted for committing criminal offence that is prosecuted ex officio, criminal offence for gain or criminal offence committed out of dishonesty or that makes them morally ineligible for performing tasks of providing physical protection, or to the person who was convicted for committing minor offences with characteristics of violence or other minor offences that make the person ineligible for performing tasks of protecting persons and assets.
The permission shall not be issued to the person who, with their previous behaviour, showed that they are unreliable to perform such tasks, and especially those persons who often excessively consume alcohol, show passion for gambling or extravagance, have propensity for domestic violence or other characteristics that are opposite to the morals of the environment they live in.