• INTERPOL Tallinn
  • Member since :
    4 November 1992
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Estonian Police and Border Guard Board


The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (Eesti Politsei- ja Piirivalveametin Estonian) is a government agency under the authority of the Ministry of the Interior. The Board is headed by a Director General.

The Police and Border Guard Board was established in 2010 when the Police Board, Central Criminal Police, Public Order Police, Border Guard Board, and Citizenship and Migration Board were merged. With a workforce of more than 5,000 people, it is currently the biggest state agency in Estonia.

The principal tasks of the Police and Border Guard Board are:

  • security and public order;
  • crime prevention, detection and investigation;
  • securing the European Union border;
  • citizenship and identity documentation administration.

Other law enforcement institutions overseen by the Estonian Ministry of the Interior include:

  • Internal Security Service;
  • Rescue Board;
  • Academy of Security Sciences.


Established in 1992, the INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Estonia is a part of the Criminal Intelligence Bureau, a unit of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board. It is staffed by 50 police and civilian crime specialists.

INTERPOL Tallinn comprises the following units:

  • 24/7 operational centre;
  • fugitive investigations;
  • international legal assistance;
  • specialized crime;
  • data collection;
  • criminal analysis.
INTERPOL Tallinn in action
30 January 2015

Estonia hosts INTERPOL workshop on anti-corruption and financial crimes

TALLINN, Estonia – Heads of anti-corruption agencies, senior investigators and prosecutors came together in Estonia for the 10th INTERPOL Global Programme on Anti-Corruption, Financial Crimes, Money Laundering and Asset Recovery to examine the challenges to successful investigations and prosecutions of corruption-related cases, and to discuss possible sol...
18 September 2012

INTERPOL launches new unit to assist member countries combat chemical and explosives terrorism

TALLINN, Estonia – Criminal investigators, bomb technicians, forensic scientists and other specialists from around the world are gathering at the INTERPOL Chemical and Explosives Terrorism Prevention Global Conference in Tallinn, Estonia.The two-day conference (18 and 19 September), organized by INTERPOL’s newly created Chemical and Explosives Terrorism P...
08 August 2012

INTERPOL operation leads to arrest of mastermind of multimillion Euro car smuggling ring

LYON, France – The suspected mastermind behind a global car smuggling ring, estimated to have trafficked luxury and sports vehicles worth around EUR 6 million since 2009, has been arrested following an INTERPOL-coordinated operation.The Russian national was taken into custody in Venice, Italy following INTERPOL’s Operation Eastbound which coordinated the...
23 September 2011

INTERPOL radiological and nuclear investigations training course in Poland seeks to boost common action plan

WARSAW, Poland – Representatives of 10 Eastern European countries gathered last week to learn how to conduct effective investigations into instances of suspected criminal acts involving radiological and nuclear (RN) weapons, materials and technology. Experienced investigators from law enforcement, customs and other security forces teamed up with their cou...

Red Notices 10

Age today: 55 years old


Age today: 42 years old
Nationality: Estonia


All wanted persons

Yellow Notices 1

Age today: 43 years old
Nationality: Estonia


All Missing persons

European Regional Conference 2002
  • 31st European Regional Conference - 2002 - Tallinn