6 Sept 2023
Interpol at 100: A mixed legacy of hunting fugitives and merging police data from 195 countries
Interpol is turning 100 with a mixed legacy — as a misconstrued crime-fighting organization, a network that merges police data from authoritarian states and democracies, and a global adviser on how to handle criminal trends
21 Aug 2023
Balance of Power: An Examination of Russia’s New Limits on Interpol
In a recent development, Russia’s government has issued a decree imposing limitations on the activities of Interpol within its borders. This decree, as articulated from official sources, restricts operations of Interpol and other international organisations involved in criminal justice and law enforcement. It applies specifically to those organisations “carrying out unfriendly actions” against Russia, its companies, or its citizens.
5 Aug 2023
'Because of Interpol my life is destroyed': Bahrain accused of abusing the red notice system
Ahmed Jaffar Mohammed Ali says Interpol ruined his life after he was arrested on an red notice issued by Bahrain. He's serving a life sentence after being extradited from Serbia despite an order from the European Court of Human Rights preventing it.
22 May 2023
Glasgow chosen as venue for Interpol general assembly
More than 1,000 senior delegates, including heads of police, ministers and senior government officials will attend from 195 member countries.
The event will take place at the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow from 4 to 7 November next year.