Vice-Dean of Teaching Activities and the Associated Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica
Ivan Nađ, PhD, Assoc. Prof., graduated from the High School for Internal Affairs in Zagreb, as well as the Zagreb University Faculty of Kinesiology. In 2011 he received a master’s degree in Criminalistics by completing the Zagreb Police College postgraduate professional study programme in Criminalistics. In 2009 he received a Master of Science degree in the field of Criminal Law from the “St. Cyril and Methodius” University, Law School “Justinian the First”, by completing a postgraduate study programme in Criminal Law and Criminology. In 2011 he completed a doctoral study programme in Criminal Law at the same university and obtained a scientific degree as a Doctor of Law.
Since 1 October 2012 he has been employed as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica in Velika Gorica, and since 2015 he has held the position of a Vice-Dean of Teaching Activities and performed professorial duties for several courses on the professional study programme in Crisis Management, specifically the courses in Data Protection, Critical Infrastructure and Protection of Persons and Property; as well as teaching a course in Critical Infrastructure Management at the specialist graduate study programme in Crisis Management. He has authored and co-authored 11 books and 47 scientific and professional papers in the fields of Police Law, Criminalistics, Private Protection, and papers dealing with the quality management system.