Prospective Attitudes to the Reform of Security System


Potential improvements of our security system depend above all on the governmental concern to really implement the reform, as a complicated, laborious and sensitive process. The preparing work being done in 2001-2002 proved deficiency in Czech security system. The author says that it is practicable to set rules by issuing clear directives, further it is necessary to prevent unreasoned manoeuvring within boundaries of implementation programmes, whatever manoeuvring could be motivated, by political, local, regional or subjective interests. This essay places emphasis on the presentation of various methods by which the security system could be changed for the better, explaining them in rather non-traditional ways, from more broad angle, embedded into a wide frame of knowledge, experiences and recommendations.

Vladimír Krulík, Col. (Ret.), - 1953–2015. Military Academy Brno, line of studies air defence. He completed several security and defence courses, e.g. Economics and Managerial Control in Crisis Situations Training Course at the University of Economics (VŠE) Prague; Problems of the EU, Military Academy Brno; Security Course at the Defence Studies Centre, Aberdeen University, Scotland; Course of Security Policy and Defence Control at Groningen University, the Netherlands (2000). During his career, he held technical support and commanding assignments with signals and anti-aircraft missiles units of State Air Defence. Leading positions in military territorial and administrative offices and at the Ministry of Defence. Among others he was a deputy commander of anti-aircraft rocket brigade, Air Defence Forces, deputy manager for the preparation of Czech forces reform, and an advisor to several deputies of defence minister. Presently he works at the Defence Policy and Strategy Division of MoD.

Country: Czech Republic


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