Law Enforcement in Serbia - Police Ranks

Police Ranks

  • Mladji policajac.(Junior policeman)

  • Mladji policajac 1 klase.(Junior policeman 1st class)

  • Policajac. (Policeman)

  • Policajac 1 klase.(Policeman 1st class)

  • Viši policajac. (Senior policeman)

  • Samostalni policajac. (independent policeman)

  • Mladji policijski narednik. (Junior police sergeant)

  • Mladji policijski narednik 1 klase. (Junior police sergeant 1st class)

  • Policijski narednik. (Police sergeant)

  • Policijski inspektor. (Police Inspector)

  • Samostalni policijski inspektor. (Independent police inspector)

  • Glavni policijski inspektor. (Chef police inspector)

  • Policijski savetnik. (Police adviser/counselor)

  • Glavni policijski savetnik. (Chef police adviser/counselor)

  • General policije. (General of police)

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