Border management

Fighting terrorism and transnational crime through effective border management.


Ensuring global border security requires INTERPOL to maintain close coordination with a wide range of stakeholders across many different sectors, working together to improve data-sharing capabilities and border management expertise in the field.

Among our partners are:

I-Checkit : Identity screening for safer travel

I-Checkit allows trusted partners in the travel industry to submit travel documents for screening – as early as check-in - against INTERPOL’s Stolen and Lost Travel Documents (SLTD) database. For the travel sector specifically, this identification takes placebefore passengers arrive at the airport, port or border.

Now, and only through I-Checkit, accredited private sector partners can benefit from three of INTERPOL’s key capabilities to assist them in protecting their operations :

14 December 2018

Fugitive investigations: enhancing interregional police cooperation

10 December 2018

Counter-terrorism meeting addresses border security in East Africa

09 November 2018

Japan funds project to boost transnational crime fighting in Laos

10 October 2018

US Attorney General discusses global security issues with INTERPOL Chief

04 October 2018

Bolivia presents INTERPOL Chief with award recognizing Organization’s work

03 October 2018

INTERPOL Chief accepts Peruvian award on behalf of Organization

16 August 2018

Border security across ASEAN region focus of INTERPOL programme

13 July 2018

INTERPOL-led Mediterranean operation closes ranks on foreign terrorist fighters

06 April 2018

Regions underpin our global police architecture – INTERPOL Chief

14 March 2018

Intelligence-led best practices to fight terrorism focus of INTERPOL training

12 March 2018

INTERPOL launches initiative to boost African security

16 November 2017

Keeping foreign terrorist fighters out of East Africa focus of INTERPOL meeting

20 October 2017

G7 Ministers call for sharing of battlefield data on terrorists via INTERPOL

29 September 2017

INTERPOL General Assembly adopts data processing policy on refugees

20 September 2017

INTERPOL capacity building programme targets human trafficking and trans-border crime in West Africa and Sahel

09 June 2017

INTERPOL border operation in Southeast Asia nets internationally wanted suspects

18 May 2017

Suspected terrorist among 17 arrested during INTERPOL operation in Southeast Asia

21 April 2017

Thousands of police officers across Europe join INTERPOL operation against illicit firearms

Global Security: INTERPOL General Assembly, David Armond, National Crime Agency, UK

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