Any person or entity has the right to request access to data processed in INTERPOL’s files.
INTERPOL processes a large volume of personal data through our Notices and databases on criminals and crimes; for example names, photos, identifying features and fingerprints.
The Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files (CCF) is an independent, impartial body, responsible for ensuring that the processing of personal data by the INTERPOL General Secretariat conforms to the applicable INTERPOL rules.
It also processes requests from individuals for access to any data on them in our systems.
Are you concerned that INTERPOL has data on you in our files? Find out how to contact the CCF.
Find out more about how your request to the CCF will be processed.