Simon Savski

Deputy Commissioner​

Simon Savski was born in 1966. In 2006, he graduated at the Faculty of Law after completing his studies at the College of Internal Affairs and the College of Police and Security. He started his career as a police officer. He advanced to the post of police inspector at the Operational Communications Centre of the General Police Directorate. From 2008, he worked at the Police and Security Directorate of the Ministry of the Interior, where he was responsible for private security, detective work, municipal police, ski resort security, and prosecutorial security.

In 2013, became a security advisor at the Ministry od Justice responsible for the security of judicial authorities and ministries, as well as the areas of defence planning, civil protection and disaster relief, and classified information security. He is the author of the Private Security Act and a co-author of the Private Detective Services Act (with commentary). Mr Savski is an expert in the fields of security, security planning, and risk management. As a lecturer in security, he conducted various training courses for judges, prosecutors, and judicial authority employees, as well as for the security staff at the Chamber for the Development of Slovenian Private Security and at several vocational colleges.

He lives with his wife Sonja and daughter Simona, who also graduated in law. In his spare time, Mr Savski enjoys travelling and exploring remote destinations, as well as various sports such as cycling and horseback riding. Recently, he has been actively participating in team sailing at international racing events.