Secretariat for Communal Police

Makenzijeva 31, Switchboard: 2453-142
E-mail: komunalna.policija@beograd.gov.rs

Ivan Divac, Acting Secretary 2430-102, fax: 2450-170
Darko Vujsić, Acting Deputy Secretary 2430-102

Visiting hours: daily visits to managers from10-1h, with the exception of Wednesday when the visiting hours are from 16-18h.
Reception time with the Secretary and the Deputy Secretaryof the Communal Police is every first Thursday of the month from 10- 12 h.
Tel. for appeals (00-24): 0800-110-011; 011 309-00- 07
Info service, PR: 2435- 248, fax: 2450-170

Communal police officers on duty, ceaselessly perform their duties during 24h, during workdays, on Saturdays, Sundays and during national and religious holidays.

Activities performed by the Secretariat regarding the communal police are stipulated by the Law on Communal Police and other regulations adopted by the City of Belgrade Assembly in the territory of all 17 City municipalities.

Communal Police was founded by the City of Belgrade in 2010. Based on the decision of the City of Belgrade Assembly, in December 2016, Communal Police was organised as a special organisational unit – the Secretariat for Communal Police, as part of the unified authority of the City of Belgrade Administration.
Activities are performed by organised presence of communal police officers in the places reserved for maintaining public order, taking other preventive measures and by applying the authorities of the Communal Police prescribed by the law, including the following:
1. Direct maintainance of communal and other legally stipulated order relevant for the communal activities, in the places designated for such activities, preventing hindering, i.e. maintaining affected communal order, as followd: preventing disturbances in performing communal activities and protection of communal dirty condition, damaging and destruction; protection of public spaces from illegal acquisition and damaging;curbing illegal sale and performance of other activities in public spaces; preventing activities which negatively affect entire city organisation, as well as the control in performing the prescribed activities with respect to maintaining cleanliness and orderly orgabisation of facilities and spaces; control of snow and ice removal; preventing begging and use of inflammable and explosive means in public places (firecrackers, etc.); identifying and preventing illegal construction of buildings, within authorisations, and control of exterior construction site securing and markibg the construction site with a suitable sign boad; control of maintaining communal and zoo hygiene and manner of keeping and walking pets; maintaining order in the waterways and on the river banks; providing conditions for undisturbed implementation of fire protection measures; control of respecting working hours of hospitality and othet facilities the operation of which may hinder the state of peace and quiet of the citizens; control of the use of the city symbols and name;
2. Implementing surveillance in public city, peripheral and other local transport
3. Environmental protection in accordance with the stipulated scope of activities;
4. Protection of municipal and ubcategorised roads, streets and state roads within the competency
5. Protection of cultural goods and other public facilities of significance for the City and its municipality;
6. Implementing control over the entrudted public administration activities
7. Support in implementing regulations that ensure undisturbed living in thr City, protection  of city valuables and performing other tasks within the competency of the City.

Aside from their basic activities, communal policr officers also perform the following:
• providing support to the competent city authorities in implementing their executive decisions  (assistance),
• taking urgent measures of environmental protection, protection of people and property from natural and other disasters, fire protection and other forms of protection within the comoetency of the City and
• participating in performing rescuing function and providing support to othrr authorities, legal and natural entities with respect to removing the consequences of natural and other disasters.