Welcome

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Welcome to the web site of the Basic Police Training Centre. This is the only school for basic police training in the Republic of Serbia.
 

The Basic Police Training Centre has been establised in 2009.

In 2009, also the last generation of the Police High School students has graduated based on old curriculum. In this 2-year period, the Police High School and Basic Police Training Centre simultaneously functioned.

The Basic Police Training Centre trains male and female participants who have completed high school.

Aim of the basic police training is to ensure quality training of the uniformed police officers that would satisfy the needs of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia and the needs of the community, in accordance with the Law on Police.

The OSCE Mission to Serbia, which has organized a donors’ conference in June 2006, has also been engaged in the implementation of the project of transformation of the Police High School into BPTC, through the Memorandum of Understanding.

The Norwegian Government has donated 715,000 €. The resources have been invested in the reconstruction of the dormitories and furnishing of classrooms crucial for the functioning of the Basic Police Training Centre. 

Events

Norwegian delegation

Visit of the Norwegian police representative On the first day of July 2014, two guests from Norway visited the Centre – Mr. Odd Berner Malme, Head of the Law Enforcement Department of the OSCE Mission to Serbia and Mr. John Ståle Stamnes, Assistant Commissioner of the National Police of Norway in the Department for International Cooperation.

The visit of the new ICITAP director to the Centre

Visit of ICITAP representative to the BPTC – I am impressed with what I have seen here! I have been in Serbia for three months and I can say that your police and police training are extremely professional – said the new director of ICITAP office within the USA embassy in Belgrade Mr. Douglas Madden

We give a chance to everyone

We give a chance to everyone Regional Conference "Integration of minority groups members in the police service", organised by the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Serbia, was held from 27th to 29th of May 2013 in the Basic Police Training Centre (BPTC)

Two centuries long history of the MoI

Two centuries long history of the MoI Not many countries can boast about having such a long history of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, as our country can. In January 2011., MoI celebrates the two 200th year since the formation of Serbian Council of Justice and the appointment of the first Serbian Minister of Internal Affairs.

The second national seminar for PFTO coordinators

The second national seminar for PFTO coordinators The second national seminar for police field training officers' (PFTO) coordinators was organized on 21st and 22nd December 2010 at the BPTC in Sremska Kamenica in cooperation with Police Directorate and OSCE Mission in The Republic of Serbia.

DCAF – Second time with us

Training for border police station commanders Training for border police station commanders in Police High School – Basic Police Training Centre lasted from 30th May till 9th June 2010. It was organized by the Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), experts from educational institutions and border police of Eastern European countries,

International training course for station commanders

International training course for station commanders Initial meeting of participants of International training course for station commanders, which is held from 9th until M13th March 2009 in PHS-BPTC in Sremska Kamenica, is prepared in cooperation with Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) and experts from educational institutions...

Integrated Training for Peace Support and Security Management

Integrated Training for Peace Support and Security Management Each educated person needs to speak a foreign language. Common international meetings point out that all managers working at The Ministry of Interior need to improve their foreign language speaking skills. According to the needs of The Ministry it is approved to organize foreign language courses at Police Secondary School/