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    28 September 1994
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Moldova

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Moldova’s Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) is one of the country’s 16 government ministries. It is Moldova’s central executive authority for law enforcement and crime prevention. 

The MIA comprises three essential branches:

  • MIA Central Division;
  • MIA Sub-ordinate Divisions;
  • MIA Regional Police Units.

INTERPOL Chisinau

The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Moldova is part of the MIA’s Police Division, staffed by:

  • Head of NCB;
  • Deputy Head of NCB;
  • Administrative office;
  • Analysis, Monitoring and Control sub-division;
  • Common Law Offences and International Searches sub-division;
  • Telecommunications and Automated Facilities sub-division.

NCB activities include the reception, processing, maintenance and sharing of information on:

  • International fugitives;
  • Stolen motor vehicles;
  • Stolen works of art and antiques;
  • Arms and explosives.

The Division works actively with the INTERPOL community in fighting:

  • Serious transnational crime;
  • Trafficking in human beings;
  • Illegal migration;
  • Drug trafficking;
  • Terrorism;
  • Money laundering;
  • Currency-related crime;
  • Counterfeiting of documents.

Looking to the future

Training: In order to raise awareness of INTERPOL police services and databases, the NCB plans to develop training programmes which will be delivered to all national police units.

Security: The NCB plans to expand access to INTERPOL databases to all national law enforcement officers. This will help secure the Moldovan territory, enable border police to determine if travellers are potential threats, and provide first-class police services to domestic colleagues.

INTERPOL Chisinau in action
27 September 2014

Moldova celebrates 20th anniversary as INTERPOL member country

CHISINAU, Moldova – Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has underlined Moldova’s commitment to INTERPOL and the wider law enforcement community as the country marked the 20th anniversary of its membership of the world police body.At a meeting with Moldovan Prime Minister Iurie Leanca, the INTERPOL Chief said the country was at ‘the forefront’ of internation...
04 July 2014

Moldova police seize smuggled snake venom

LYON, France – In a sting against organized crime, Moldova police have seized a record amount of snake venom destined for sale on the black market and arrested members of the criminal network which smuggled the substance into the country.Following a month-long investigation into the network’s activities, police with the Moldova General Police Inspectorate...
04 June 2014

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

LYON, France – The Minister of Internal Affairs from Moldova, Dorin Recean, has met with INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble at the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters to identify ways to strengthen international police cooperation between Moldova and INTERPOL.Accompanied by the Head of the National Central Bureau in Moldova, Fredo...
17 July 2012

International operation led by INTERPOL reveals scale of illicit goods trafficking

LYON, France – An INTERPOL-led operation against illicit goods trafficking across Eastern Europe has revealed the extent and increasingly elaborate methods used by transnational crime groups to traffic illicit goods with more than 1,400 individuals arrested or under investigation and the seizure of 7.3 million trafficked goods.The month-long Operation Bla...

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OLEG
Age today: 38 years old
Nationality: Moldova

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TUDOR
Age today: 31 years old
Nationality: Moldova

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