Acting on the recommendation of National Prevention Mechanism (NPM) addressed in the Report on the visit to the Reception Center in Obrenovac, all migrants placed in the Reception Center have been registered and issued their identification cards. In addition, Commissariat for Refugees and Migration informed NPM that, following the previous NPM recommendation from February this year, accommodation conditions in two facilities were adapted and adjusted to persons with disabilities.

On 8 June, NPM visited Reception Center in Obrenovac, about which was made Report with recommendation for removing observed shortcomings in the work. Before that, Reception Center in Obrenovac was visited on February 3 this year.

The Ćuprija Prison informed the National Preventive Mechanism (NPM) that the prison director issued an action plan for the implementation of the recommendations, immediately after receiving the Report on the visit to the Prison. At the same time, the Ćuprija Prison reported to NPM that, acting on recommendations, among other things, each person deprived of liberty was provided with sufficient space in the dormitories and that the director established regular visits to them. In addition, shortcomings in terms of documenting injuries and fixation method have been corrected. The way of monitoring and evaluating the fulfillment of individual treatment goals has been enhanced, the possibilities of working engagement of the prisoners have been extended and they have been enabled to engage in primary education.

In accordance with the recommendations of the NPM, in the future, all persons kept for up to 48 hours on the basisc of the Criminal Procedure Code, which the Jagodina Police Directorate is holding in the premises of the Ćuprija Prison, will be placed in distinct dormitories, separated from other categories of detainees. Also, to all these persons, police officers will hand over written notices of rights.

Regarding the other recommendations issued to the Ćuprija Prison, the NPM was informed that certain measures are being taken with a view to their fulfillment and realization, which will be followed in the future activities of the NPM.

The NPM visited the Ćuprija Prison on April 25, 2017, about which Reports were made for the competent authorities with recommendations for correcting the irregularities detected during the visit.

The Novi Pazar Police Directorate has renovated the toilet that is used by police officers and citizens at the headquarters of this Police Directorate, for which the National Preventive Mechanism, during it's visit to the PD, found it to be in extremely poor condition.

The NPM is convinced that providing adequate working conditions of police and other law enforcement officers is one of the important preconditions for their proper treatment of persons deprived of their liberty and other citizens and that officers who feel appreciated and respected at work will more likely apply these values ​​to the treatment of citizens. Therefore, when visiting the places of detention, the NPM monitors the working conditions of the officers who treat persons deprived of their liberty and makes recommendations for creating conditions that will enable them to carry out their duties correctly.

The NPM visited the Novi Pazar PD on March 16, 2017.

Acting on the recommendation of the National Preventive Mechanism sent out after the visit to the Krnjača Asylum Centre, the Commissariat for Refugees and Migration instructed all centres for asylum and reception-transit centres to start keeping specific records on extraordinary events, starting from September 1, 2017.

Also, the Commissariat informed the NPM that the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), in cooperation with the competent state authorities, is preparing the Standard operating procedures of the Republic of Serbia for the prevention and protection of refugees and migrants from gender-based violence, which are expected to improve the prevention and response system on the appearance of gender-based violence.

The NPM visited the Krnjača Asylum Centre on June 9, 2017.

Acting upon the recommendations of the NPM, the Gerontology Center in Vrsac has established records of the deceased persons and Injury Protocol. In order to provide the necessary number of staff at the Gerontology Center, the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs takes necessary measures by addressing the Commission for approval for new employment, as well as for additional employment for filling vacancies in the Center. Also, the Expert Group of the Ministry in order to improve the regulations in the part regulating consent to the medical measure of persons under guardianship, is working on the amendments to the Family Law.

NPM visited Gerontological Center in Vrsac in December 2016 in order to monitor the treatment of competent authorities towards users of social care services located in old people's homes. After the visit to the competent authorities, recommendations for the elimination of identified deficiencies were made.