Vladimir Urošević is employed at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia and has over 15 years of experience in the prevention of economic and high technology crime. He has acquired experience in IT and IT abuse both in Serbia and abroad. He holds a degree in both police science and law. In 2006 he earned his MA in integrated land monitoring from the Faculty of Security Studies in Belgrade.

In 2008, he earned his PhD in IT and its application in preventing illegal trade of rare and endangered animal and plant species, from the same faculty. In 2010 he was appointed research assistant in security and law at the Institute of Comparative Law in Belgrade.

In 2016 he was appointed docent at the Faculty of Business Studies and Law at the Union – Nikola Tesla University. He has written and co-written more than 60 scientific and professional papers, some of which have been published in international journals; also, his work has been referenced in several scientific papers. He has participated in multiple projects regarding the fight against high technology crime, carried out by the Ministry of Internal Affairs. He is a board member in local journals and conferences, and a reviewer in local journals and international conferences.