The content of diploma paper deals with the work of the Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia for Internal Affairs (IRSNZ) as an inspection and minor offence authority. Legal bases for conducting inspection are presented. The field of inspection is important since regular inspections ensure quality operation and safety in a particular field. The diploma paper deals with problems encountered by inspectors when carrying out supervision, since in this are areas most of the offenses occur, with the question whether inspectors cooperate with other authorities in their work and further on if they participate in training and education in field of their work.
In the theoretical part the method of studying various Slovene and foreign literature and sources has been used. For the analysis of law on inspection and minor offences normative analysis and descriptive method have been used. The survey has been carried out by analyzing the annual reports of the IRSNZ and method of interviewing, with focus on the scope of private security.
The survey concluded that inspectors mostly face undeclared work when performing supervision in the area of private security, which results in increased number of minor offense decisions issued. In the course of their work the IRSNZ inspectors regularly take part in training and education, and they cooperate with the police force and other inspectorates in their work as well.
The contribution of diploma paper is to increase the public awareness on the manner of conducting inspection by the IRSNZ. The focus is on exercising supervision in practice, as well as the obstacles that inspectors face in their work.