PhD student in Criminology at Malmo University. Interested in environmental criminology, crime trends, patterns and (hotspot) policing. His dissertation focuses on the evaluation of hot spot policing with Swedish and Serbian police data.

Previous work includes research on crime concentration and spatial patterns of crime in Serbia, Covid-19 trends in England, cyberbullying among high-school students in Serbia, as well as public policy-related research on organized crime and illicit firearms trafficking in Western Balkans, public polling on security-related issues in Serbia and evaluation of criminal policies on firearms and security.

Dusan graduated from the University of Criminal Investigation and Police Studies (Belgrade) and completed LLM (University of Nis) and MSc in Criminology and Social Research Methods at Lancaster University as a Chevening scholar. He worked as a frontline police officer in Nis (Serbia).