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INTERPOL Ballistic Information Network (IBIN)

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A global problem

Firearm crimes overlap with other crime areas. These include, but are not limited to, corruption, environmental crime, human trafficking, maritime piracy, organized crime and terrorism. Firearms and their related evidence know no borders.

The murder weapon from a shooting in one city often ends up in another city, country, or continent. Using IBIN, crucial evidence may no longer remain undiscovered behind an international border.

A connected response

The INTERPOL Ballistic Information Network (IBIN) is the only large-scale international ballistic data sharing network in the world and it is available to all 190 INTERPOL member countries. Connecting to IBIN costs nothing for law enforcement agencies that are already equipped with the  IBIS® technology and the service is also available for those not equipped with IBIS. Through IBIN, the opportunity to find that critical investigative lead now exists, even if it is thousands of kilometres away.

For more information regarding the INTERPOL Ballistic Information Network or other aspects of the INTERPOL Firearms Programme, please use the email link below.