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Each of INTERPOL’s 190 member countries operates a National Central Bureau (NCB) which serves as the national platform for cooperation between domestic law enforcement units and the international police community.  

The NCB is typically a division of the national police force or investigation service and serves as the unique contact point for INTERPOL action.  

NCBs are staffed by highly trained officials recruited from domestic law enforcement agencies. Their job is to feed INTERPOL criminal databases and work with other member countries on cross-border investigations, operations and arrests.

The NCB is the designated contact point for the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters, its seven regional offices across the world and representative offices at the United Nations and European Union.

INTERPOL Khartoum in action
20 May 2015

Sudan police host INTERPOL National Environment Security Seminar

KHARTOUM, Sudan – Law enforcement agencies in Sudan have gathered to demonstrate their commitment to combating environmental crime by holding an INTERPOL National Environment Security Seminar (NESS) in Khartoum. The NESS, hosted by Sudan’s police authorities, was attended by seven Sudanese government and law enforcement agencies as well as officials from...
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...
09 July 2013

Ministers from Senegal and Sudan briefed on INTERPOL tools and services

LYON, France – Ministers and other senior officials from Senegal, Sudan and Togo were updated on INTERPOL’s global tools and services during a visit to the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.Minister of Interior of Senegal, Pathé Seck and Sudan’s Minister of the Interior, Ibrahim Hamid, met with INTERPOL’s Secretary General Ronald K. Nob...
19 December 2012

INTERPOL training in Sudan to increase regional efforts against human trafficking and migrant smuggling

KHARTOUM, Sudan – Sharing effective methods to fight human trafficking and migrant smuggling was the focus of an INTERPOL training workshop which brought together 25 participants from 10 East African countries.The aim of the three-day workshop (12-14 December) in Sudan was to strengthen law enforcement cooperation in the fields of trafficking in human bei...
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...
20 October 2010

Police co-operation in East Africa focus of regional police chiefs meeting in Sudan

KHARTOUM, Sudan – Top police officials from East African countries have been meeting in Khartoum to identify ways of increasing law enforcement capacity to enhance regional and international co-operation against crime and public safety threats such as terrorism and maritime piracy, as well as trafficking in human beings, drugs and weapons.The two-day...
23 September 2010

Sudan police chief visit to INTERPOL seeks to boost national and regional security through international support

LYON, France – Identifying ways to further enhance co-operation between Sudan and INTERPOL in combating national and transnational crime was the focus of a visit by the police chief to the world police body’s headquarters today. Discussions between Director General of the Sudan Police Forces, First Lieutenant General Hashim Osman Al-Hussein Saad and Secre...
12 June 2010

Sudan requests INTERPOL global alert after escape of convicted killers of US aid worker

LYON, France – At the request of Sudanese authorities, INTERPOL has issued an international security alert, or Orange Notice, following the escape of four dangerous prisoners sentenced to death for the murder of a US aid official and his driver.One Sudanese police officer was killed and another injured in an exchange of fire when the men attempted to pass...

Red Notices 7

Age today: 57 years old
Nationality: Sudan


Age today: 65 years old
Nationality: Sudan


All wanted persons

Yellow Notices 3

Age today: 47 years old
Nationality: Sudan


Age today: 42 years old
Nationality: Sudan


All Missing persons