Stevan Djokic

A former police officer who moved to the private sector in 2002. Since then, for many years I have been professionally engaged in private detective and security consulting. One of the rare Serbs who passed the basic training for the professor in the British MI5. He was a member of the Detective Association, but with the outbreak of armed conflict in Libya, due to public support of Colonel Gaddafi, he was expelled from office. Shortly thereafter, he became a member of the Russian Detective Association.

He was director of the Security Intelligence Agency DBA and he has been awarded several times by state and private institutions in Serbia and abroad, and now he is the director of the Counter-Informative Agency DBA.
He organized and worked on tribunes and seminars dealing with the issues of sect and drug addiction in Serbia. The initiator and participant in numerous humanitarian actions.

He received his doctorate at the AUGP on “International Peace and Security”.

Together with Saša Vujko and Slobodan Jovanović in 2015, he held training for one generation of IBSSA licensed bodyguards.

The problem of drug abuse and sects are an area that He has excellent knowledge.

He is a member of the Criminalistic Profiler Association and an honorary member of the Independent Police Union. Stevan is also the Adviser in the police and police officers’ union.

Representative of the auxiliary police federation for Serbia.

Founder and president of the Center for Security, Investigation and Defense DBA, with whom he wants to work on improving the safety of children, but also all other aspects of security, primarily education and prevention, through tribunes, seminars, trainings, educational games and workshops.