Pavle Celik has never been a common policeman: in the late eighties’ this sociologist among policemen took part in a number of round table discussions that dealt with the topics of repression and freedom, and was also remembered as a polemicist who advocated professionalism in the police force and limitation of repression in socialism. Once […]
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