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I-Checkit

For your security

Fake and illegally distributed goods often fall below safety standards, thereby putting the health and wellbeing of consumers at risk. There is also clear evidence that organized crime groups are behind the trafficking of illicit goods and counterfeiting, and that profits generated from sales are channelled into a variety of other transnational crimes.

Checking products in real time

The I-Checkit verification solution will help determine whether products – such as electrical goods, luxury items, pharmaceuticals or tobacco – are counterfeit, have been illegally imported or are being sold without the proper authorization.

It compiles extensive product security information and makes it globally accessible via a user-friendly web or mobile application.

The general public, private industry and frontline law enforcement officials will be able to consult this information in real time by scanning a product bar code or entering product identifiers. The results of the search will enable the user to make an informed decision about the legitimacy of the product.

Enhancing consumer safety

By opening this system to the public, INTERPOL empowers consumers worldwide to protect themselves against potentially dangerous counterfeit goods, while also reducing the funding sources of organized criminal networks.

 

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INTERPOL’s Turn Back Crime campaign takes off with AirAsia


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Moldova celebrates 20th anniversary as INTERPOL member country


25 September 2014

INTERPOL global role against foreign terrorist fighters recognized in UN Resolution


04 June 2014

Moldova Minister of Internal Affairs visits INTERPOL to strengthen law enforcement ties


01 June 2014

INTERPOL Chief visit to Mauritania aims to Turn Back Crime


20 May 2014

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13 May 2014

AirAsia becomes first airline to pilot INTERPOL I-Checkit system


25 April 2014

INTERPOL Chief meets Ban Ki-moon at UN, warns against security threat posed by misuse of travel documents


02 April 2014

Global police chiefs gather to build on foundations laid for a safer world


11 March 2014

INTERPOL Tehran identifies two Iranian nationals who used legal documents ahead of flight MH 370


24 February 2014

Preventing use of stolen passports by terrorists and criminals key to global security, says INTERPOL Chief


20 February 2014

Combating pharmaceutical crime requires strong collaboration, says INTERPOL Chief


12 November 2013

Lack of international passenger screening ‘a gaping hole’ in global security – INTERPOL Chief


24 April 2013

Empowering consumers essential to combat illicit trade and counterfeiting, says INTERPOL Chief


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