Contact INTERPOL

How to contact INTERPOL
Report a crime

Criminal activity should be reported to your local or national police. INTERPOL does not carry out investigations or arrest people; this is the responsibility of national police.

Wanted persons

Do you have information on a wanted criminal? Stay safe and don’t approach them. Report it to your local or national police, who are best placed to take action. For subjects of Red Notices, you can also complete the form below (select ‘Fugitives’).

Missing persons

Do you wish to report a missing person, or have information on a missing person? Contact your local or national police, who are best placed to take action. If you know the whereabouts of a subject of a Yellow Notice, you can also complete the form below (select ‘Fugitives’).

Press Office

Country-specific questions should be sent to the national police in the country concerned. To contact our press office, use the form below.

Recruitment

If you wish to work for INTERPOL, please see the Careers section for vacancies. We only accept online applications. Our recruitment team will contact you if they are interested in your application.

Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files

If you think there is data about you in INTERPOL’s files, or wish to challenge such data, you should contact the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files (CCF).

INTERPOL General Secretariat

You can get in touch with INTERPOL using the form below. Your message will be forwarded to the appropriate department but please note that we are unable to respond to all queries.

Our address for visitors

INTERPOL General Secretariat
200, quai Charles de Gaulle
69006 Lyon
France
Fax: +33 4 72 44 71 63

INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation
Napier Road
Singapore