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27 March 2014

Identifying areas for closer cooperation focus of INTERPOL Chief visit to Suriname

PARAMARIBO, Suriname ‒  Identifying areas where Suriname can make increased use of INTERPOL’s global policing tools and services to enhance national and regional security was a key issue during Secretary General Ronald K. Noble’s first official visit to the country.During his meetings with Minister of Justice and Police, Edward Belfort,  Attorne...
24 January 2014

Fuel smuggling rings dismantled in INTERPOL coordinated operation

LYON, France – Two organized crime networks involved in fuel smuggling across Peru and Ecuador have been dismantled following an INTERPOL-coordinated operation targeting illicit trade and counterfeiting.More than 60 interventions were carried out as part of Operation Alisuyo, targeting the criminal gangs known as ‘culebras’ or ‘snakes’ because of the way...
20 December 2013

Combating new trends in Latin American organized crime focus of INTERPOL project

BOGOTA, Colombia – A new project to more effectively tackle the growing and evolving crime issues linked to Latin American Organized Crime (LAOC) has been launched by INTERPOL.Proposed by Colombia, the initiative aims to address the new trends in LAOC through more focused intelligence sharing in order to identify potential links between the various organi...
17 December 2013

Security across Americas boosted through INTERPOL training programmes

HAVANA, Cuba – Enhancing regional cooperation in the fight against drugs and organized crime was the focus of the INTERPOL Evaluation Workshop of the Capacity Building Programmes in the Americas (11-13 December) which brought together some 30 delegates from 23 countries and territories across the Americas.The workshop was the last in a series of activitie...
16 December 2013

INTERPOL requests public assistance to track international fugitives across Americas

LYON, France – INTERPOL is calling for the public’s assistance in helping to track down international fugitives linked to organized crime networks and wanted for offences including murder and drug trafficking.Operation Infra (International Fugitive Round Up and Arrest) Americas was launched in Costa Rica on 18 November, involving 46 countries and territor...
26 November 2013

Visit by Argentina’s Foreign Minister to INTERPOL focuses on global security issues

LYON, France – Argentina’s Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman met with INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble at the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters today to discuss a range of global security issues.The meeting follows bilateral talks between Argentine and Iranian officials to ‘implement the terms’ of the Memorandum of Understandin...
20 November 2013

First INTERPOL iARMS ‘hit’ on stolen firearm links previously unrelated cases in Costa Rica and Panama

LYON, France – The INTERPOL illicit Arms Records and Tracing Management System (iARMS)  has recorded its first ‘hit’, matching a firearm seized by police in Panama to one stolen in Costa Rica 18 months earlier.Launched at the start of 2013, iARMS which currently contains more than 288,000 records provided by nearly 100 countries, provides a centraliz...
06 November 2013

Costa Rica uses INTERPOL Purple Notice to warn about illegal shark finning

LYON, France – An alert for a method of shark finning aimed at avoiding detection of illegal practices has been circulated to all 190 INTERPOL member countries after a case was identified by Costa Rican authorities.An INTERPOL Purple Notice has been circulated for a modus operandi of the technique where only a band of skin to keep the fin attached to the...
24 October 2013

INTERPOL General Assembly provides roadmap for Organization’s future

CARTAGENA DE INDIAS, Colombia – The 82nd session of the INTERPOL General Assembly closed today with strong foundations in place for the Organization’s future to better support all 190 member countries in tackling transnational crime and terrorism.With the four-day (21-24 October) conference coming just one month after the Westgate shopping centre attacks...
22 October 2013

Experience of Colombian police officer held hostage by FARC shared with INTERPOL General Assembly

CARTAGENA DE INDIAS, Colombia – A book describing the experience of a police sergeant held captive by guerrillas for almost 12 years in the Colombian jungle has been launched at INTERPOL’s 82nd General Assembly session.Sergeant Luis Erazo Maya was captured in December 1999, when guerrillas from the FARC group (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) storm...
22 October 2013

Strengthening security at Rio 2016 Olympic Games focus of agreement with INTERPOL

CARTAGENA DE INDIAS, Colombia – An agreement has been signed by INTERPOL and the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee for the world police body to provide additional support to the Brazilian authorities in ensuring the safety and security of the event.As part of the agreement, an INTERPOL Major Events Support Team (IMEST) will be deployed to Brazil to provide on...
21 October 2013

INTERPOL General Assembly opens in Colombia with sights set on future of global policing

CARTAGENA DE INDIAS, Colombia – The need for new strategies and measures to help law enforcement more effectively face emerging global crime threats is the focus of the 82nd INTERPOL General Assembly which opened in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, today.The four-day conference (21 – 24 October), which brings together some 630 police chiefs and senior law e...
18 October 2013

Meeting between Presidents of Panama and INTERPOL underlines close police cooperation

PANAMA CITY, Panama – On her first official visit to Panama since her election in 2012, INTERPOL President Mireille Ballestrazzi has met with Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli Berrocal, as well as other senior government and police officials, to discuss international law enforcement collaboration and transnational crime issues.High on the agenda dur...
24 September 2013

Media invitation for 82nd INTERPOL General Assembly in Colombia

LYON, France – ‘INTERPOL: 190 countries, one vision for a safer world’ is the theme of the 82nd INTERPOL General Assembly which will take place in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia from 21 – 24 October.Senior law enforcement officials and security experts from around the world will gather at the event to discuss a range of policing issues including drug and a...
04 September 2013

Collaboration within INTERPOL global network snares US school volunteer suspected of child abuse

LYON, France – Child sexual abuse material retrieved by police in Denmark and Australia and shared via INTERPOL’s victim identification specialists network has contributed to the arrest of a US school volunteer suspected of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl.As part of efforts to identify an unknown victim, officers in Denmark shared a video with...
14 August 2013

INTERPOL-supported operation targeting online child abuse materials leads to arrests across Latin America

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – In operations targeting the distribution of child sexual abuse materials primarily in Latin America, law enforcement authorities have arrested or placed under investigation 100 individuals and seized thousands of computers and other equipment containing images or videos of abuse.Coordinated by INTERPOL via its Regional Bureau in...
05 August 2013

Improving regional investigative response to radiological and nuclear terrorism focus of INTERPOL conference in Panama

PANAMA CITY, Panama – Some 60 officers from nine Central and South American countries have attended an INTERPOL meeting in Panama to develop a coordinated regional approach to preventing terrorism that makes use of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives (CBRNE) materials.Organized by INTERPOL’s CBRNE Terrorism Prevention Programme and...
26 July 2013

INTERPOL member countries continue fight against illegal logging in Latin America

LYON, France – Nearly USD 40 million worth of timber has been seized in follow up investigations as part of INTERPOL’s Operation Lead targeting illegal logging, forest crimes and the criminal networks behind them.Building upon the initial outcomes of the operation, Costa Rica and Venezuela in particular have increased their efforts in the fight against il...
22 July 2013

Enhancing analytical skills in the fight against drugs and organized crime in the Americas focus of INTERPOL training

SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica – Some 20 law enforcement officials from Central America, the Caribbean and neighbouring countries have gathered in Costa Rica for a criminal intelligence training session focused on combating drug trafficking and transnational organized crime in the region.The two-week course (8 – 19 July), organized by INTERPOL with the support of t...
02 July 2013

Drugs worth nearly one billion dollars seized in INTERPOL-led operation across Central America and the Caribbean

LYON, France – Nearly 30 tonnes of cocaine, heroin and marijuana with an estimated value of USD 822 million have been seized in an INTERPOL-led operation targeting the maritime trafficking of drugs and illicit firearms by organized crime groups across Central America and the Caribbean.Operation Lionfish, coordinated by INTERPOL’s Regional Bureau for Centr...
07 June 2013

INTERPOL agreement with MERCOSUR to boost regional and global police information sharing

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay – An agreement signed today between INTERPOL and the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR) will further streamline global and regional law enforcement cooperation, through enhanced police information exchange.Under the agreement, INTERPOL’s global databases will be linked to MERCOSUR’s Security Information Exchange System (SISME) which alr...
04 June 2013

Media invitation 22nd Americas Regional Conference in Curaçao

LYON, France – Senior law enforcement officials from throughout the Americas will gather in Willemsted, Curaçao from 1 – 3 July 2013 for the 22nd INTERPOL Americas Regional Conference.The conference will focus on a range of international crime issues, including: drugs trafficking transnational criminal organizations cybercrime human trafficking and p...
31 May 2013

US Ambassador Jenkins visit to INTERPOL focuses on cooperation in global threat reduction

LYON, France – Identifying areas for closer cooperation between the US and INTERPOL in combating the threat of weapons of mass destruction was the focus of a visit by Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins to the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.Ambassador Jenkins, the US State Department Coordinator for Threat Reduction Programs, met with INTERPOL...
30 May 2013

Argentine foreign minister’s visit to INTERPOL focuses on international police collaboration

LYON, France – Cooperation between Argentina and INTERPOL’s global law enforcement network against transnational organized crime topped the agenda during a meeting today between Foreign Affairs Minister Héctor Timerman and INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble.Discussions during the visit by Mr Timerman to INTERPOL’s General Secretariat headquarters...
26 April 2013

One of Italy’s most wanted arrested in Colombia with INTERPOL support

LYON, France – An international fugitive who was the subject of an internationally-wanted INTERPOL Red Notice requested by Italy has been arrested in Colombia after what a senior INTERPOL official described as exemplary international law enforcement cooperation.Domenico Trimboli, aged 58, is one of Italy’s most wanted men. With alleged links to the Ndrang...
20 April 2013

INTERPOL congratulates US law enforcement officers and public for close cooperation in swift resolution of Boston Marathon terrorist bomber investigation

LYON, France – INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has commended the swift resolution of the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings as ‘a credit’ to the successful and effective investigative work involving the FBI, state and local US law enforcement authorities as well as exceptional cooperation from the public.The INTERPOL Chief said the...
19 April 2013

INTERPOL issues global security alert in connection with Boston marathon bombings at request of US law enforcement authorities

LYON, France – INTERPOL has issued an international security alert, or Orange Notice, detailing the features of the improvised explosive devices used in the Boston marathon bombings to assist law enforcement across its 190 member countries detect any similarly configured bombs.The INTERPOL Orange Notice, requested by the US authorities, contains photograp...
11 April 2013

INTERPOL Chief’s first visit to Haiti looks to advance country’s cooperation with global law enforcement

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – The first-ever mission to Haiti by an INTERPOL Secretary General provided a chance for senior Haitian law enforcement officials and the world police body chief to review crime threats and identify opportunities on enhancing the country’s cooperation with global policing via INTERPOL.Border security, drugs and human trafficking were...
19 February 2013

Latin American countries in first INTERPOL operation against illegal logging

LYON, France – INTERPOL’s first international operation targeting large-scale illegal logging and forest crimes has resulted in almost 200 arrests as well as in the seizure of millions of dollars’ worth of timber and some 150 vehicles across Latin America.Operation Lead (17 September- 17 November 2012), undertaken in 12 countries in Central and South Amer...
14 February 2013

CONCACAF chief during INTERPOL visit pledges support to investigate allegations of match-fixing in Latin America

LYON, France – The head of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) reaffirmed the organization’s commitment to fighting corruption in football during a visit to the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, and pledged to investigate cases of allegations of match-fixing in the region.CONCACAF Gen...
05 February 2013

INTERPOL-led operation targets methamphetamine production and trafficking across Americas

LYON, France – More than 360 tonnes of chemicals, 200 kilos of methamphetamine, cocaine and LSD, and USD 2 million in cash have been seized and four illicit laboratories dismantled in an INTERPOL-led operation combating methamphetamine production and smuggling across the Americas.Codenamed Icebreaker, and involving 11 countries across the region, the Oper...
14 January 2013

US Senators in landmark visit to INTERPOL Regional Bureau in Argentina

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Four high-ranking US Senators have made a landmark visit to INTERPOL’s Regional Bureau in Buenos Aires to see first-hand the added value to national and regional law enforcement through international police cooperation.Senator Richard Shelby (R – Alabama), Senator Thad Cochran (R – Mississippi), Senator Susan Collins (R – Maine)...
12 January 2013

US fugitive and former Bout associate Chichakli arrest in Australia assisted by INTERPOL

LYON, France – Richard Ammar Chichakli, an alleged associate of arms dealer Viktor Bout and subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice issued at the request of US authorities for a range of offences including money laundering, fraud and conspiring to violate economic sanctions, has been arrested in Australia.Chichakli, a US – Syrian citizen, is alleged to have con...
07 November 2012

Global INTERPOL mobile tool to combat child sexual abuse launched with Canadian support

ROME, Italy – INTERPOL has launched the Victim Identification Laboratory, a global mobile investigative tool to assist in identifying and rescuing the victims of child sexual abuse, following an agreement with Canada.The laboratory is a mobile application which can be deployed at conferences, training courses and other law enforcement-related gatherings,...
11 September 2012

International conference on intellectual property crime focuses on global partnership response

PANAMA CITY, Panama – Identifying areas for global collective action against intellectual property (IP) crime and counterfeit products is the focus of the 2012 International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference which opened today.Bringing together more than 500 delegates representing both the public and private sectors from 58 countries, the three-day conf...
08 October 2012

US Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano makes historic visit to INTERPOL

LYON, France – The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano made an historic visit to the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters in order to enter into a series of agreements to enhance the global fight against human trafficking and other serious crime.The Department of Homeland Security launched its Blue Campaign as a first-...
07 August 2012

US and Dutch police cooperation using INTERPOL tools in child sex abuse investigation sets a global example

LYON, France – Decisive action by US Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in sharing seized child sexual abuse images with specialist investigators worldwide via INTERPOL, resulting in the break-up of an international abuse network, has been commended by the head of the world police body as ‘exemplary’ in global...
25 July 2012

Thousands arrested in INTERPOL operation targeting illegal trade in birds

LYON, France – More than 8,700 birds and animals, including reptiles, mammals and insects have been seized and nearly 4,000 people arrested in an operation across 32 countries coordinated by INTERPOL against the illegal trade and exploitation of birds and their products.Operation Cage, which included national wildlife enforcement authorities, police, cust...
10 July 2012

Sint Maarten visit to INTERPOL focuses on extending international police cooperation

LYON, France – The President of the Parliament of Sint Maarten, Drs. Gracita R. Arrindell, and the country’s Minister of Justice, Roland E. Duncan, have met with INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble at the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters as part of mutual efforts to promote global law enforcement collaboration.High on the agenda...
04 June 2012

INTERPOL commends international police cooperation resulting in swift arrest of suspected Canadian killer

LYON, France ‒ The arrest in Germany of Luka Rocco Magnotta, a Canadian national suspected of murder and the subject of an INTERPOL Red Notice for internationally-wanted persons, highlights the essential role of international police cooperation and sharing intelligence in fugitive investigations, a senior INTERPOL official has said.At the request of Canad...
31 May 2012

INTERPOL issues Red Notice for suspected Canadian killer

LYON, France – At the request of Canadian authorities INTERPOL has today issued a Red Notice, or international wanted persons alert, for Luka Rocco Magnotta who is suspected of killing a man and posting body parts to various locations around Canada.29-year-old Magnotta, who is also known as Eric Clinton Newman or Vladimir Romanov, is believed to have fled...
26 April 2012

Fakes worth millions seized in INTERPOL-led operation across Americas

LYON, France – Fake goods including toys, computer software, clothing, beauty products, engine oil and cigarettes worth nearly 30 million US dollars have been seized in an INTERPOL-initiated and coordinated operation across 11 countries in the Americas.Codenamed Maya the two-week operation (1 – 15 March) saw more than 1,000 interventions by police, custom...
11 April 2012

Prime Minister of Sint Maarten, one of INTERPOL's newest member countries, welcomes Secretary General

PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten – In his first mission to Sint Maarten, Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has met with Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams to discuss security matters, as well as with the President of Parliament Gracita Arrindell and Minister of Justice Roland Duncan. In addition, Mr. Noble had a meeting with the Governor of Sint Maarten Eugene...
14 March 2012

INTERPOL praises Colombian capture of suspect in murder of Argentine singer

LYON, France – The arrest and deportation by Colombia of a man wanted by Guatemala via an INTERPOL Red Notice in connection with the 2011 killing of Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral has been praised by INTERPOL chief Ronald K. Noble as an example of fast and effective international police cooperation.Following the gun attack on the singer’s car as he...
16 December 2011

US law enforcement uses INTERPOL global database to catch and convict California multiple rapist

LYON, France ‒ The conviction in the US of an Afghan national wanted internationally for a series of rapes after a DNA match made by INTERPOL led to the suspect’s arrest in Austria in 2010 has been hailed by INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble as an example of what can be achieved through international police cooperation.Ali Achekzai, aged 33, who...
16 November 2011

INTERPOL Regional Bureau hosts meeting to enhance South America’s response to drug trafficking

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – A meeting of South American national agencies dedicated to the fight against drug trafficking has closed with a decision to set up a multi-disciplinary group of experts in the analysis and trends of drug trafficking in order to strengthen cooperation against the trade in illegal drugs.The three-day meeting (9-11 November), organi...
02 November 2011

Ecuador to expand access to global policing tools with INTERPOL support

HANOI, Vietnam – INTERPOL is to support Ecuador expand access to the organization’s vital policing tools to better assist frontline law enforcement officers in the country combat national, regional and global crime.During a meeting on the sidelines of the INTERPOL General Assembly in Vietnam, Secretary General Ronald K. Noble and Director of Ecuador’s Jud...
11 October 2011

Colombian Ambassador to France makes first visit to INTERPOL

LYON, France – Colombian Ambassador to France, Dr Gustavo Adolfo Carvajal Sinisterra met with INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble today in his first-ever visit to the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.Ambassador Carvajal Sinisterra accompanied by Ministro Plenipotenciaro Sergio Restrepo, was briefed on the range of INTERPOL’s too...
05 July 2011

Curaçao plans to reinforce border protection through direct connection to INTERPOL databases

WILLEMSTAD, Curaçao – Enhancing global law enforcement to combat transnational crime was a key issue during a series of meetings between Curaçao’s leaders and INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble.Following the INTERPOL chief’s discussions with Curaçao’s Governor Frits Goedgedrag, Prime Minister Gerrit Schotte and Minister of Justice Elmer Wilso...
23 June 2011

Arrest of FBI most wanted and INTERPOL target praised by world police body

LYON, France – The arrest of alleged mob boss James ‘Whitey’ Bulger, one of the FBI’s most wanted and a target of a global INTERPOL fugitive operation, has been welcomed by the world police body.The 81-year-old American, who is accused of the murder of 19 people in the 1970s and 1980s, and his 60-year-old girlfriend Catherine Greig, who was also the subje...
21 July 2011

Belize mission concludes INTERPOL chief's tour of Americas region

BELIZE – A series of meetings with senior police and government officials across the Americas region by INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has concluded in Belize.The first-time visits to Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras and Belize provided the head of the world policing body with the opportunity to directly speak with those responsible for national p...
15 July 2011

Honduras' Minister agrees to encourage frontline INTERPOL database access in all Central American countries to enhance regional security

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – The decision by the Honduran Minister of Security to not only expand access to INTERPOL’s global databases, but also encourage all other Central America countries to follow suit, has been welcomed as a significant boost to regional security by INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble.During their meeting on Wednesday, Minister Os...
13 July 2011

Guatemala requests INTERPOL's assistance in Argentine singer murder investigation

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala – Guatemalan authorities have asked INTERPOL for assistance in tracing international leads as part of their investigation into the murder on July 9 of Argentinean folk singer Facundo Cabral.In a meeting in the country’s capital on Tuesday, Interior Minister Carlos Menocal thanked INTERPOL’s Secretary General Ronald K. Noble for h...
12 July 2011

Enhancing police cooperation focus of first ever visit to Ecuador by an INTERPOL Secretary General

QUITO, Ecuador – INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has met with senior police and government officials in Ecuador in the first ever official visit to the country by a head of the world police body. The mission by Mr Noble recognized the work of INTERPOL’s National Central Bureau (NCB) in Quito which provides the crucial link to ensure that the...
04 May 2011

Landmark visit to Venezuela by INTERPOL Chief seeks to boost international law enforcement co-operation

CARACAS, Venezuela – In a first official mission to Venezuela by an INTERPOL Secretary General, Ronald K. Noble is to meet today with Luisa Ortega Díaz, la fiscal general de Venezuela, and other senior officials from la Fiscalia to discuss blocked Red Notices and ways to improve co-operation between INTERPOL and Venezuela.  Specifically, the head of...
27 April 2011

Series of arrests in Dominican Republic denies safe haven for internationally wanted criminals

LYON, France – With a string of major arrests of internationally wanted criminals, including several mafia bosses, the head of Police of the Dominican Republic was today commended by the INTERPOL Secretary General for his force’s commitment to global law enforcement co-operation.During the meeting between Major General José Armando Polanco Gómez and Secre...
15 April 2011

INTERPOL hunt for international fugitives leads to numerous arrests across South America

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – An INTERPOL operation targeting 207 internationally-wanted fugitives wanted for serious crimes including murder, kidnapping, organized crime and child sexual abuse believed to be hiding in South America has led to arrests across the continent and new investigative leads established for almost a quarter.Investigative leads develop...
31 January 2011

INTERPOL-led operation in Americas nets fakes worth 200 million dollars

LYON, France – Fake goods worth more than USD 200 million have been seized and nearly 1,000 people arrested in a series of operations co-ordinated by INTERPOL across South America targeting organized criminal counterfeiting networks.Carried out under the auspices of Operation Jupiter in partnership with the World Customs Organization (WCO), the year-long...
22 February 2011

Combating organized crime networks behind counterfeits focus of INTERPOL training course

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – Identifying, targeting and dismantling transnational organized crime groups involved in the manufacture and distribution of counterfeit goods is the focus of the 7th INTERPOL Intellectual Property Crime Training Seminar in co-operation with the Procuraduria General de la Republica (PGR), the Agencia Federal de Investigaciones (A...
17 February 2011

Boosting forensic capabilities in Americas focus of INTERPOL meeting

GUATEMALA – Specialists from Central America and Mexico have taken part in an INTERPOL meeting aimed at promoting the use of DNA, Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) and fingerprint services to encourage greater information exchange and co-ordination at the regional and international level.The five-day meeting (7-11 February) in Guatemala City broug...
15 February 2011

South American officers participate in INTERPOL Mobile Police Training Programme

BOGOTA, Colombia - Police officers from Colombia, Dominican Republic, Panama, Puerto Rico and Venezuela are taking part in the fourth Americas regional INTERPOL Mobile Police Training Programme, organized by the INTERPOL General Secretariat with support from INTERPOL’s National Central Bureau in Bogota.The three-week programme (7-25 February), supported b...

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