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South Sudan (Rep. of)

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    31 October 2011
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South Sudan (Rep. of)

Under the command of the Minister of Interior, Kuwait’s Public Security Force provides law enforcement services to the people of Kuwait.  Created in 1938, it is a national police force in charge of public security and the prevention, detection and investigation of crime.

Mandate:

  • Criminal investigation;
  • Emergency operations;
  • Immigration services;
  • International police cooperation;
  • Identification documents;
  • Incarceration Systems;
  • Law and order;
  • Prosecution;
  • Traffic control.

INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Kuwait

The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Kuwait is called the Arab and International Criminal Police Department (AICPD). It is made up of six sections:

  1. International Police
    This unit is Kuwait’s law enforcement connection with INTERPOL member countries and General Secretariat offices worldwide. It is the main law enforcement platform for international investigations involving Kuwait or Kuwaiti citizens. It coordinates Kuwait’s law enforcement action in relation to all categories of INTERPOL Notice, working with other NCBs on fugitive investigations, arrests and extraditions.The unit is also responsible for investigations relating to stolen vehicles and lost and stolen travel documents;
  2. Arab Police
    Coordination of targeted regional law enforcement action with the 22 member countries of the Arab Interior Ministers Council;
  3. Gulf Police
    Coordination of administrative matters relating to Kuwait’s membership of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, a politico-economic union of six member states located in the Gulf region;
  4. Investigations
    Coordination of the operational side of Kuwait’s law enforcement action relating to
    - fugitive investigations;
    - extradition and deportation;
    - seizure of goods acquired through criminal activities;
    - lost or stolen Kuwaiti passports (in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)  
  5. Automated Information Search Facility
    This unit performs as Kuwait’s national crime information centre, maintaining a computerized index of criminal justice information, including :
    - criminal record history;
    - stolen property;
    - missing persons;
    - wanted people and fugitives;
    - stolen and lost passports;
    - stolen motor vehicles;
    - victim identification;
    - stolen works of art.
    This unit is also in charge of police information technology systems (maintenance, keeping systems modern, up-dated and state-of-the-art).
  6. Administration
    This administrative section serves police units 1-5 above with comprehensive support services including :
    - human resources;
    - archives;
    - data processing;
    - correspondence.
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...