- INTERPOL Tirana
Member since :
4 November 1991
Albanian State Police
The Albanian State Police is the national police and law enforcement agency which operates throughout the Republic of Albania. The General Director is the highest administrative, technical, and operational authority in the State Police, which sits structurally in the Ministry of Interior.
The General Directorate of State Police is made up of the following departments:
- Organized and Serious Crimes;
- Public Security;
- Border and Migration;
- Support Services;
- Police Training.
The INTERPOL National Central Bureau for Albania is part of the State Police’s International Cooperation and Coordination Directorate. It is the country’s exclusive platform for taking investigations beyond Albanian borders.
INTERPOL Tirana has a staff of 15 people;
- 1 Head of the NCB;
- 10 law enforcement specialists;
- 2 telecommunications officers;
- 1 archives specialist;
- 1 secretary.
In order to strengthen national security, INTERPOL Tirana has integrated INTERPOL's databases into Albania’s national police network. This means that police across the country have instant and automated access to INTERPOL’s global databases, enabling them to obtain critical data on wanted persons, vehicles and stolen and lost travel documents in just seconds, no matter where they are.
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