PecjakTomaz

Tomaz Pečjak was born in Ljubljana in 1970. Following the conclusion of primary school, which he visited in Ivančna Gorica, he enrolled in the School for Militia Cadets in 1984, successfully concluding it in 1988. He was assigned to the Rudnik Militia Department of the Ljubljana-Vič Militia Station as a militiaman trainee.

He finished his traineeship in 1989 and enrolled in the mathematics and physics study programme at the Faculty of Education and the Faculty for Natural Sciences and Technology in Ljubljana, where he graduated in 1993, acquiring the title of Professor of Mathematics and Physics.

Shortly thereafter, he took up work in the Operative and Communication Centre of the Ministry of the Interior as a planner. He acquired the title of Senior Advisor at the Operative and Communication Centre in 1994 and in 1995, became Assistant Director of the Centre.

In 2002, he became Advisor to the Director General of the Police and on 1 August 2002 was named Head of the Operative and Communication Centre of the General Police Directorate.

On 1 January 2010 he was named Head of the Service of the Director General of the Police.

Since 2001, he has been lecturing the subject police information and telecommunications system at the Police Academy. In his free time, he enjoys sports and recreation, particularly squash, running and cycling.