Structure et gouvernance

Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files

The processing of personal data – such as names and fingerprints – forms a key activity at INTERPOL. It is carried out within a clearly defined legal framework in order to protect both the fundamental rights of individuals and cooperation among police internationally.

The Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files (CCF) is an independent monitoring body. It operates in line with a number of official rules and documents and has three main functions:

  • Monitoring the application of the Organization's data protection rules to personal data processed by INTERPOL;
  • Advising the Organization with regard to any operations or projects concerning the processing of personal information.
  • Processing requests for access to INTERPOL's files. 

In 2008, the INTERPOL General Assembly voted to amend INTERPOL's Constitution to integrate the CCF into its internal legal structure, thereby guaranteeing its independence as an official body of the Organization.

See full information about the CCF – how it works, your rights, and resources

09 septembre 2014

Nina Vajić appointed Chairperson of the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files

LYON, France – Ms Nina Vajić a professor of Human Rights Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Croatia, has been appointed Chairperson of the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files (CCF).Professor Vajić, a former judge at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, took up the position on 2 September, 2014.The CCF, an independent...


L’actuelle Présidente d’INTERPOL est Mme Mireille Ballestrazzi


L’actuel Secrétaire Général d’INTERPOL est M. Jürgen Stock

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