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Confidentiality of requests

Anyone may request access to the Organization's files without fear of his/her request being used for the purposes of international police and judicial cooperation (see the Commission's Annual Report for 2002, 4.3.1).

The Commission's files are confidential and requests are not recorded in INTERPOL's files.

The Commission may nevertheless need to communicate some information to the INTERPOL General Secretariat or the National Central Bureaus in order to obtain information, which is necessary for the processing of a request.

However, any item of information specifically identified by the Applicant as confidential will not be communicated. This may be detrimental to the Applicant, as it restricts the Commission’s ability to fully process a request.