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South Sudan (Rep. of)

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    31 October 2011
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South Sudan (Rep. of)

The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) forms the link between national police and INTERPOL's international law enforcement community. It is typically a division of the national police agency or investigation service and serves as the contact point for all INTERPOL activities in the field.

The NCB is the designated contact point for the General Secretariat, Regional Bureaus and any other country requiring assistance with overseas investigations and the location and apprehension of fugitives.

Highly trained police officers at the NCB contribute to INTERPOL's criminal databases and cooperate with other countries on cross-border investigations, operations and arrests.

INTERPOL Juba in action
08 August 2013

Human, drugs and arms traffickers targeted in operations across Eastern and Southern Africa

KENYA/ZIMBABWE - An operation across Eastern and Southern Africa targeting a range of cross-border crimes has resulted in the rescue of human trafficking victims, the seizure of drugs, guns and stolen vehicles and the recovery of smuggled goods including ivory and diamonds.Codenamed Usalama – which means ‘safety’ – the operation was led by the Eastern Afr...
07 February 2013

South Sudan commitment to combating transnational crime lauded by INTERPOL Head

JUBA, South Sudan – In his first mission to South Sudan, INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble said the country’s joining the world police body just 104 days after gaining independence was a clear demonstration of its commitment to the global effort against transnational crime.Addressing senior police and other law enforcement officials, the INTERPOL...
31 October 2011

INTERPOL General Assembly opens in Vietnam with new member countries expanding fight against transnational crime

HANOI, Vietnam - INTERPOL’s 80th General Assembly opened with a call for law enforcement to remain vigilant to both emerging and traditional forms of transnational crime as the world’s largest police organization saw its membership grow to 190 after delegates voted to admit Curaçao, Sint Maarten and South Sudan.The four-day meeting (31 October – 3 Novembe...