In the case of corruption crimes, the accused pleaded guilty and were sentenced to prison sentences, as well as suspended sentences and fines, and the three accused police officers of the Border Police are no longer members of the police structure
By order of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the exhumation process was completed at the location of Duboko Valje-Ljuta located in the municipality of Konjic, during which the remains of one person were found.
A Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina coordinates and leads the activities of the police officers of the Sarajevo Canton MoI aimed at persons suspected of organized crime, illegal trafficking of large quantities of narcotic drugs, as well as corrupt crimes related to the abuse of police capacities in helping members of organized criminal groups.
Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption issued an indictment for corrupt activities in the process of employment in the BiH Border Police, illegal requests for and receipt of large sums of money from candidates in the process, as well as other related criminal acts.
After receiving the information, the on call prosecutor gave the police officers instructions for further action in the case.
An investigator of the Special Department for War Crimes is at the location of Mount Igman, where, by order of the Prosecutor, he is coordinating the work of authorized officials who are involved in the process of exhumation and the search for the remains of victims from the past war.
As part of the investigation conducted by the BiH Prosecutor’s Office with partner police and security agencies, the suspect who is charged of being the direct perpetrator of the aggravated murder of the head of the Prijedor criminal police department, Radenko Bašić, was brought to the Assigned Prosecutor.
Acting Chief Prosecutor Milanko Kajganić, together with Deputy Chief Prosecutor Ismet Šuškić, held a press conference, in the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, dedicated to the activities of the BiH Prosecutor’s Office, partner institutions and law enforcement agencies aimed at ensuring the legality and security of the election process for the 2022 General Elections
After questioning the suspect in the presence of his lawyer, a Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH sent a motion to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to remand into a 30-day custody the suspect D. A. (1981), a citizen of Pakistan, who was deprived of liberty in the operation conducted by SIPA.
After questioning the suspects, the Assigned Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina a motion to order remand in custody for the suspect Dejan Jurišić (1983), a police officer employed in the Prijedor Police Department, who was deprived of liberty in an operation of the RS MoI, in the area of Prijedor.