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5 Jun 2024

Interpol refuses to issue warrant for Polish judge who fled to Belarus

“Interpol refused to issue a red notice for judge Tomasz Szmydt,” Katarzyna Nowak, spokeswoman for Poland’s central police headquarters, told the Polish Press Agency (PAP).

Interpol refuses to issue warrant for Polish judge who fled to Belarus

29 Apr 2024

INTERPOL identifies 20, 674 suspicious networks linked to terrorists, money laundering, others in 25 African countries

‘Operation Africa Cyber Surge II’ across 25 African countries has enabled investigators to arrest 14 suspected cybercriminals while identifying 20,674 suspicious cyber networks

INTERPOL identifies 20, 674 suspicious networks linked to terrorists, money laundering, others in 25 African countries

15 Apr 2024

UK candidate for next Interpol Secretary General visits India

Stephen Kavanagh arrived in New Delhi for high-level meetings with the Indian government to discuss the future of international crime-fighting.

UK candidate for next Interpol Secretary General visits India

4 Apr 2024

Turkey’s abuse of Interpol halts partnership with CAR, an organization that traced ISIS explosives to Turkish firms

The Turkish government’s endeavor to undermine a proposed project between Interpol and CAR was detailed in a recent report issued by Turkey’s Security Directorate General (Emniyet) in February and hailed as a success by Turkish authorities.

Turkey’s abuse of Interpol halts partnership with CAR, an organization that traced ISIS explosives to Turkish firms

25 Mar 2024

Kuwait to share biometrics with Interpol, Gulf countries for regional security network

The Kuwait Interior Ministry says that all citizens and expatriates must register their biometric fingerprints before the June 1 deadline. The country also plans to share the biometric data as part of a regional security network. Noncompliance with this security measure will result in restrictions on certain ministry services, including residence permit renewals and driver’s license renewals.

Kuwait to share biometrics with Interpol, Gulf countries for regional security network

11 Mar 2024

INTERPOL Financial Fraud assessment: A global threat boosted by technology

LONDON, United Kingdom – A new INTERPOL assessment on global financial fraud highlights how the increased use of technology is enabling organized crime groups to better target victims around the world.

INTERPOL Financial Fraud assessment: A global threat boosted by technology

24 Feb 2024

Interpol must innovate to tackle threats from new tech like AI: UK’s Stephen Kavanagh

The UK candidate for the head of the global policing agency feels in an age driven by climate change, regime change, food insecurity, and moving populations, Interpol is going to be more important than ever.

Interpol must innovate to tackle threats from new tech like AI: UK’s Stephen Kavanagh

23 Feb 2024

Interpol’s number two official: The war in Ukraine will create more skilled, more ruthless and better armed criminal groups

Stephen Kavanagh, the British candidate to become the next secretary general of the international police organization, talks about the possibilities of AI to fight crime and the dangers of tension in the Middle East

Interpol’s number two official: The war in Ukraine will create more skilled, more ruthless and better armed criminal groups

22 Feb 2024

UK's Interpol Nominee Advocates for Enhanced Security Collaboration During Egypt Visit

Steven Kavanagh, the United Kingdom's candidate for the upcoming Interpol Secretary General position, recently concluded a pivotal visit to Egypt, aimed at fortifying UK-Egypt security relations and discussing mutual security interests.

UK's Interpol Nominee Advocates for Enhanced Security Collaboration During Egypt Visit

20 Feb 2024

Strongmen Find New Ways to Abuse Interpol, Despite Years of Fixes

The international police organization has toughened oversight of its protocols, which autocrats have used to pursue dissidents. But the autocrats have adapted.

Strongmen Find New Ways to Abuse Interpol, Despite Years of Fixes

6 Feb 2024

Interpol 'more relevant than ever' in a world of deepfakes and borderless crime

Stephen Kavanagh, UK candidate to lead global crime-fighting agency, says focus must be on victims

Interpol 'more relevant than ever' in a world of deepfakes and borderless crime

29 Jan 2024

INTERPOL does not name system abusers in order to preserve int’l police cooperation: secretary general

Jürgen Stock, the secretary general of INTERPOL, said in a recent “60 Minutes” interview on CBS News that while the organization is aware of abuses of its systems, including prominent Red Notice alerts, it chooses not to “name and shame” member countries, which explains the organization’s inaction on countries such as Russia, China, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.

INTERPOL does not name system abusers in order to preserve int’l police cooperation: secretary general

18 Jan 2024

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18 Jan 2024

Turkey: Dozens of INTERPOL Red Notice Subjects Detained: Turkey’s Continued Abuse of INTERPOL (post 2 of 2)

Although Turkey has been caught seeking improper INTERPOL Red Notices several times, its abuse of the organization continues.

Turkey: Dozens of INTERPOL Red Notice Subjects Detained: Turkey’s Continued Abuse of INTERPOL (post 2 of 2)

17 Jan 2024

Europe: Halt returns of people from the North Caucasus to Russia where they are at risk of torture and abuse

Authorities in European states must immediately halt the transfer of refugees and asylum seekers from the North Caucasus back to Russia where they will be at risk of torture and other ill-treatment and potentially forced to fight in Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine, said Amnesty International in a new research document published today.

Europe: Halt returns of people from the North Caucasus to Russia where they are at risk of torture and abuse

12 Jan 2024

Cuban National List of Terrorists already in hands of Interpol

Although there is no official statement regarding the handing over, Colombian journalist Hernando Calvo Ospina claimed to have verified that the island’s authorities sent the list to Interpol.

Cuban National List of Terrorists already in hands of Interpol

27 Dec 2023

Necessary Reforms Can Keep Interpol Working in the U.S. Interest

Interpol’s Vulnerability to Totalitarian Abuse

Necessary Reforms Can Keep Interpol Working in the U.S. Interest

12 Dec 2023

Interpol Red Notices: How a tool for international cooperation is being exploited to target High Net Worth Individuals

In today’s interconnected world marked by globalization and heightened international cooperation, High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) and their advisors are facing an escalating threat: the misuse of Interpol Red Notices.

Interpol Red Notices: How a tool for international cooperation is being exploited to target High Net Worth Individuals

4 Dec 2023

IDEMIA expands partnership with INTERPOL

Identity tech and biometric solution provider IDEMIA has expanded its partnership with INTERPOL, providing an enhanced Multibiometric Identification System to support its 196 member countries.

IDEMIA expands partnership with INTERPOL

2 Dec 2023

Morocco selected to Host 93rd Interpol General Assembly

Morocco was selected to host this important event because of its reputation for credibility and great trustworthiness in Moroccan security institutions, which are well-known for having amassed a great deal of experience and expertise in the fight against organised crime and terrorism.

Morocco selected to Host 93rd Interpol General Assembly
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