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The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of Serbia is responsible for all law enforcement services, with numerous municipal and district branches throughout Serbia. Its core responsibilities include crime prevention, counter-terrorism, anti-corruption, drugs and disaster relief. The Ministry is also responsible for issuing national identity documents.

General Police Directorate

The MIA’s General Police Directorate has the function of police headquarters and is headed by a Police Director. It operates with the strength of 45,000 officers and 15 organizational units which address different forms of organized and transnational crime.

Some of the operational units which make up the Ministry's General Police Directorate include:

  • Criminal Police Department;
  • Department of Police;
  • Security Department;
  • Traffic Police Department;
  • Border Police Department;
  • Operations Centre;
  • Gendarmerie;
  • Special Antiterrorist Unit;
  • Helicopter Unit;
  • District Units.

INTERPOL Belgrade

As part of the Criminal Police Department’s Division for International Police Cooperation, the INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Serbia is the exclusive platform for Serbian investigations requiring assistance and information from abroad. It is the Serbian police body responsible for the implementation of international police cooperation agreements.

Principal activities:

  • Publication of INTERPOL Notices;
  • Tracing of foreign fugitives in Serbia and Serbian fugitives abroad;
  • Coordination of extraditions with INTERPOL member countries;
  • International legal assistance;
  • Assisting INTERPOL member countries in criminal investigations involving Serbia or Serbian nationals;
  • Cooperation with other domestic bodies within and beyond the MIA;
  • Promoting INTERPOL during lectures delivered at educational institutions.

Priority crime areas:

  • Drugs;
  • Trafficking in human beings;
  • Financial fraud including counterfeiting and money laundering.
INTERPOL Beograd in action
30 December 2013

Fake goods worth nearly USD 1 million seized in INTERPOL-coordinated operation

LYON, France – Counterfeit goods worth nearly USD 1 million have been seized in a series of interventions across Eastern Europe as part of INTERPOL’s Operation White Mercury.Involving seven countries – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia – the operation also resulted in the ident...
20 July 2011

Serbian determination results in arrest of Goran Hadzic, the last Balkans war fugitive

LYON, France – Today’s arrest by Serbian authorities of Goran Hadzic, wanted by a United Nations war crimes tribunal on crimes against humanity and war crimes charges, and who was the subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice, or internationally wanted persons alert, has been praised by the world police body as an important step in international justice.Hadzic,...
26 May 2011

INTERPOL lauds Serbian arrest of fugitive Balkans war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic

LYON, France – The arrest earlier today by Serbian police of Ratko Mladic, wanted by a United Nations war crimes tribunal on charges of genocide and who was the subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice for internationally wanted persons, has been praised by the world police body as advancing the cause of international justice.Mladic, the fugitive former Bosnian...
16 November 2010

Serbian Minister offers share of seized criminal assets to INTERPOL to support fight against transnational crime

LYON, France – In a visit to the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters today, Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Ivica Dacic requested the help of the world police organization in locating fugitive war criminals.Other key issues discussed by Minister Dacic and INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble during the visit incl...
05 March 2010

INTERPOL co-ordinated operation targets illegal trade in wildlife medical products

LYON, France - An international operation co-ordinated by INTERPOL targeting the illegal trade in traditional medicines containing protected wildlife products has resulted in a series of arrests worldwide and the seizure of thousands of illegal medicines worth more than EUR 10 million.National wildlife enforcement authorities, police, customs and speciali...
22 July 2008

INTERPOL applauds Serbian capture of Radovan Karadzic

LYON, France – The arrest by Serbian authorities of Radovan Karadzic, wanted by a United Nations war crimes tribunal for charges including genocide and who was also the subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice, has been applauded by the world’s largest police organization.Karadzic, the former Bosnian Serb political leader who had been on the run for nearly 13 ye...
12 June 2008

Serbian police arrest war crimes fugitive subject of INTERPOL Red Notice

A Bosnian Serb commander during the Balkans conflict wanted by a United Nations war crimes tribunal and subject to an INTERPOL Red Notice, or international wanted persons notice, was arrested by Serbian police near Belgrade on Wednesday, Serbian authorities have confirmed.Stojan Zupljanin, aged 56, had been charged by the UN’s International Criminal Tribu...

Red Notices 15

MARKOVIC
MIRJANA
Age today: 72 years old
Nationality: , Serbia

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TONCEVSKI
SASA
Age today: 44 years old
Nationality:

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All wanted persons

Yellow Notices 1

BERISA
SKELJZEN
Age today: 20 years old
Nationality: Serbia

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All Missing persons