19 agosto 2014
Rebuilding police capabilities focus of INTERPOL Chief visit to Central African Republic
BANGUI, Central African Republic – During his first official visit to the Central African Republic, INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has met with senior government and law enforcement officials, including Interim President Catherine Samba-Panza, to discuss major crime issues facing the country and how INTERPOL’s global network can support the country’s police via its tools and services.
12 agosto 2014
Albanian fugitive targeted by INTERPOL arrested in Ecuador
International cooperation sees identification of Red Notice subject
LYON, France – The arrest and positive identification in Ecuador of Dritan Rexhepi, the subject of several INTERPOL Red Notices for internationally wanted individuals and a target of a global INTERPOL fugitive operation, has been hailed by the world police body following international cooperation via INTERPOL.
11 agosto 2014
INTERPOL Chief’s visit to Marshall Islands highlights country’s role in regional security
Combating maritime piracy focus of visit
MAJURO, Marshall Islands – INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has travelled to the Marshall Islands to meet with President Christopher Loeak and members of his Cabinet, as well as with senior law enforcement and government officials in a bid to understand the unique needs of police in this island country located in the Pacific Ocean.
09 agosto 2014
INTERPOL Chief visits Nauru to help empower police through global network
YAREN, Nauru – INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has made his first official visit to Nauru to review first-hand with its authorities the country’s policing challenges and jointly identify ways for Nauru to make greater use of the world police body’s network and resources.
04 agosto 2014
INTERPOL apoya una operación para echar el freno al tráfico de automóviles robados
ALGECIRAS (España) – En una operación contra el tráfico de vehículos robados realizada en España con apoyo de INTERPOL, la Policía Nacional ha intervenido cerca de 20 automóviles y ha detenido a 15 personas.
Este centro puntero, cuya inauguración está prevista en Singapur en 2014, dotará a las policías de todo el planeta de las herramientas y conocimientos necesarios para combatir mejor las amenazas que plantea la delincuencia en el siglo XXI.