• INTERPOL Rabat
  • Member since :
    17 June 1957
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Direction Générale de la Sureté Nationale du Maroc


Rattachée au Ministère de l’Intérieur du Maroc, la Direction Générale de la Sureté Nationale (DGSN), créée le 16 mai 1956, a pour mission fondamentale la protection des personnes et des biens, dans le respect des libertés individuelles et collectives telles que garanties par la constitution marocaine.

Soucieuse de lutter efficacement contre toute forme de criminalité, notamment la criminalité organisée et transnationale, la DGSN accorde une importance privilégiée a la coopération internationale en œuvrant constamment pour la redynamisation des différents canaux dont elle dispose, notamment son Bureau Central Nationale (BCN) d’INTERPOL.

La DGSN comprend sept Directions Centrales :

  • Inspection Générale ;
  • Ressources Humaines ;
  • Police Judiciaire ;
  • Renseignements Généraux ;
  • Sécurité Publique ;
  • Equipement et Budget ;
  • Direction des Systèmes d’Information, de Télécommunications et d’Identification.


Le BCN d’INTERPOL pour le Maroc est placé directement sous l’autorité du Directeur de la Police Judiciaire.

Dans le cadre de ses activités quotidiennes, le BCN supervise les échanges entre les services étrangers chargés de l’application de la loi, et leurs homologues marocains et ce, à travers entre autres :

  • la recherche et l’arrestation de fugitifs objets de mandats d’arrêt internationaux ;
  • l’échange de renseignements sur des individus ayant commis une infraction pénale de droit commun ;
  • l’identification de personnes ou de cadavres ;
  • le suivi des opérations d’extradition et de transfèrements.
INTERPOL Rabat in action
30 September 2015

INTERPOL training in Morocco aims to foster stability in North Africa and the Sahel

MARRAKECH, Morocco – Assisting law enforcement in countries throughout North Africa and the Sahel in countering the financing of terrorist groups was the focus of an INTERPOL training session in Morocco.The two-week (7-18 September) course brought together 23 participants from national counter-terrorism units, immigration authorities and INTERPOL National...
29 September 2011

The 4th Middle East and North Africa Heads of NCB Meeting

CASABLANCA, Morocco - Senior law enforcement officers and security experts from the Middle East and North Africa gathered in Casablanca (26-28 September 2011) to discuss a range of issues surrounding the use of new technologies in the prevention and investigation of crimes.The opening ceremony commenced with an address by Brahim Bensami, the Deputy Direct...
29 April 2011

INTERPOL condemns Morocco terror attack, offers full support to investigation

LYON, France – INTERPOL has condemned Thursday’s attack on a café in Morocco in which at least 14 people were killed and more than 20 injured, and pledged its full assistance to national authorities in their investigation into the incident.Following the suspected suicide bombing at the Argana café in the main Djemaa el-Fna square in Marrakesh, INTERPOL’s...
11 March 2011

First Arabic INTERPOL Mobile Police Training Programme boosts regional capacity

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Police officers from Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen have taken part in the first ever Arabic session of the INTERPOL Mobile Police Training Programme (IMPTP).The three-week course (5 – 23 March) was held in partnership with the Naif Arab University for Security Sciences, covered a range of issues re...
14 December 2008

Moroccan police capture escaped prisoner subject of INTERPOL alert

LYON, France - A suspected drugs trafficker who became the subject of an INTERPOL alert after he escaped from police custody in France has been arrested by police in Morocco.Mohamed Benabdelhak was being transferred from prison to the Tribunal in Beauvais, France on 18 November when the transport van was attacked by a gang of armed men who then fled with...
02 May 2008

Moroccan police capture fugitive terrorist subject of INTERPOL global alert

Moroccan police have confirmed the arrest of an escaped terrorist who became the subject of an INTERPOL global security alert after he broke out of a prison where he was serving 20 years for his involvement in the Casablanca suicide bombings in May 2003 which killed 45 people.The fugitive, Mohammed Chatbi, aged 34, was one of nine prisoners who escaped fr...
08 April 2008

Morocco asks INTERPOL to issue global alert following escape of convicted terrorists

An urgent worldwide security alert, or Orange Notice, has been issued by INTERPOL at the request of Moroccan authorities following the escape from a prison near the Moroccan capital on Monday of nine people convicted of involvement with suicide bombings in Casablanca in 2003, which left 45 people dead.Thanks to the combined swift action of Moroccan author...

Yellow Notices 5

Age today: 9 years old
Nationality: Morocco


Age today: 41 years old
Nationality: Morocco


All Missing persons

  • 76th INTERPOL General Assembly - 5-8 November 2007 - Marrakesh