The head of the Internal Control Department of the Police Administration, Olivera Vojinović, has been dismissed from that position, "Vijesti" has learned.
Minister of the Interior Danilo Šaranović appointed Darko Vujović, a former advisor in that government department, to that position.
Šaranović recently asked Vojinović to urgently provide him with information about the documents that control the property, income and lifestyle of police officers, information about their authors and whether officers are trained in their application.
He stated in the letter that the proposal for that act received positive opinions from the relevant authorities, which is why he claims that it is necessary to inform him whether that department was involved in its preparation, who made up that group, as well as whether the proposal for the rulebook in in accordance with GREKO recommendations.
"What resources are needed by the Department of Internal Control for the implementation of the said Rulebook; whether the employees of the Internal Control Department are trained in the application of the regulations; the position of the Internal Control Department regarding the proposed Rulebook; whether it is necessary, from the point of view of the positive practice of internal control, to revise the said Rulebook. Also, it is necessary to provide data, with an adequate explanation, whether the Internal Control Department has access to databases, necessary for its work, in real time", it is stated in Šaranović's letter.