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Authors: Đurđević, Nenad
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: According to the Law on Private Security of the Republic of Serbia, the idea of private security involves, inter alia, providing services and enforcement of order maintenance in public gatherings (steward security service). Those services can be provided only by juridical persons and entrepreneurs registered for private security enforcement, as well as juridical persons and entrepreneurs that have formed the internal security organisation for their own needs (self-protective activity). However, the internal security services cannot provide their services to others. A juridical person or an entrepreneur may be engaged in activities of order maintenance in public gatherings only on the ground and in terms of written contract made on public gathering where their services are to be provided. Such basic concepts of order maintenance in public gatherings accepted by the Law on Private Security (2013) and confirmed by the Law on Public Gathering (2016) was essentially amended or call into question the amendments of the Law on Private Security adopted at the end of 2018. Those amendments now allow the organisers of public gatherings to organise steward security service of their own under certain conditions where the service will be provided by the stewards engaged by them. In this paper, the author analyses new solutions of the Law on Private Security referring to conditions and ways to provide maintenance order services in public gatherings and above all he considers the issue how those legal provisions effect the security of the public gathering attendants and third persons.
Type: conferenceObject
DOI: 10.46793/XVMajsko.359DJ
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Law, Kragujevac

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