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Author(s): Oldřich BUREŠ

Journal: Obrana a Strategie
ISSN 1214-6463

Volume: 13;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 5;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Private security company | privatization | security provision | security perception | Czech Republic | limits | inherent governmental functions.

ABSTRACT
This study analyzes the limits and further areas of possible privatization of security in the Czech Republic in the context of a growing number of private security companies (PSCs). With reference to the recent foreign studies of security privatization and interviews conducted with the owners and/or managers of PSCs operating in the Czech Republic, this study shows that the process of security privatization is not taking place somewhere outside the structures of the Czech state because the very (in)activity of its components in providing security, along with the understandable efforts of PSCs to maximize their profits by offering new services, or extending the range of the existing ones, represents one of its key determinants. By outlining possible further areas as well as limits of security privatization in the Czech Republic, this study has the ambition to be the basis for not only an academic, but also a political debate about the ways of ensuring the safety of the citizens of the Czech Republic in the foreseeable future.
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