By: P.T., STA
The Interior Ministry’s oversight of police tasks and powers at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has revealed several shortcomings, including too long investigations and mistakes related to house searchers.
Based on the report, Minister Aleš Hojs believes that “certain staff changes” should be made at the NBI. The report shows 95% of the detentions ordered during NBI-conducted house searches were disproportionate, Hojs told the press as he presented the report. As for lengthy investigations, he said they could “last for five years, while things are in the drawer for a year or more”, which he labelled scandalous.