On 21 June 2018, in the lecture-hall of the Judicial Academy in the High Court in Niš, the Judicial Academy, in cooperation with the OSCE Mission to Serbia, went on with the programme of training of public prosecutors and police officers in the application of Art. 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The training course was entitled „Methodology for conducting of investigations in cases of abuse by the police“ andthe topics that were covered during the training were based on the methodology for conducting of investigations and included:
- The analysis and definition of abuse, international and national legal frameworks, the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights (Art. 3), subject in charge of conducting of investigations
- Conducting of investigations in cases of abuse; when the obligation arises, independence and impartiality of investigation, urgency to act
- Actions that are to be undertaken for the investigation to be effective
- Analysis and evaluation of evidence and rights of the injured party.
The lecturers within this training course were:
Tamara Mirović, Deputy Republic Public Prosecutor
Jasmina Kiurski, Ph.D., Deputy Republic Public Prosecutor
Dejan Košanin – the Internal Control Sector in the Ministry of the Interior
Tatjana Lagumdžija, Deputy Public Prosecutor in the High Public Prosecutor’s Office in Novi Sad and a member of the State Prosecutorial Council.