Регулисање сектора приватне безбедности у Европској унији
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This manuscript focuses on the inconsistency of harmonization in the field of the private security sector and security companies. Security companies are businesses that provide security services in the market. Until a few years ago, the services provided by these companies were considered as part of regular public affairs. Today, many of the businesses in the area of security are fully open to private security companies and regulated at the national level. However, in terms of the EU, the private security sector cannot fully grow without synchronizing areas that would facilitate cross-border competition in the European market. Possible intervention by the European legislators to consider the issue of liability of private security companies on issues of human rights, which has not been discussed at the national or transnational basis. The article will explore some of the possible options for the future in better regulation of the European private security sector. The EU institutio...ns are generally not willing to intervene at European level in setting minimum standards for the regulation of private security. Accordingly, changes in the field of the EU relating to security, legislation and private security industry means that the current thinking and attitude may be a new understanding, which could be radicalized thinking and consideration.
Keywords:private security / security companies / EU / privatno obezbeđenje / kompanije za obezbeđenje
Source:Eвропско законодавство, 2017, 16, 61-62, 345-353
- Београд : Институт за међународну политику и привреду