• INTERPOL Tunis
  • Member since :
    17 June 1957
Back to Africa


Each of INTERPOL’s member countries operates a National Central Bureau (NCB) which serves as the national platform for cooperation between domestic law enforcement units and the international police community.  

The NCB is typically a division of the national police force or investigation service and serves as the unique contact point for INTERPOL action.  

NCBs are staffed by highly trained officials recruited from domestic law enforcement agencies. Their job is to feed INTERPOL criminal databases and work with other member countries on cross-border investigations, operations and arrests.

The NCB is the designated contact point for the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters, its seven regional offices across the world and representative offices at the United Nations and European Union.

INTERPOL Tunis in action
03 December 2015

International security focus of INTERPOL Chief’s visit to Tunisia

TUNIS, Tunisia – INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock has met with Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid and Interior Minister Najem Gharsalli to discuss cross-border crime and terrorism threats, and how INTERPOL’s global policing capabilities can support the country’s police.   Key items on the agenda during Mr Stock’s visit included border securi...
26 June 2015

INTERPOL offers full support following terror attacks in France, Tunisia, Kuwait and Somalia

LYON, France – INTERPOL has offered its full support to French, Tunisian, Kuwaiti and Somalian authorities following four separate terrorist attacks which have left more than 80 people dead and many more injured.INTERPOL’s 24-hour Command and Coordination Centre (CCC) at its General Secretariat headquarters is in close contact with the National Central Bu...
26 January 2011

Tunisia seeks ousted President and family via INTERPOL

LYON, France – INTERPOL can confirm that its National Central Bureau (NCB) in Tunis has issued a global alert via INTERPOL's international network to seek the location and arrest of former Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and six of his relatives.As stated by Tunisian authorities in media reports today, Mr Ben Ali and some of his family members...
04 November 2008

Arrest and extradition of Tunisian terror suspects from UK underlines need for combined regional and international policing efforts

LYON, France - The successful extradition to Italy from Britain of three Tunisian terror suspects who were the subject of European Arrest Warrants and INTERPOL global alerts has highlighted the need for countries to use regional and international policing tools to prevent wanted fugitives from evading arrest.Habib Ignaoua, Mohamed Khemiri and Ali Chehidi,...

Red Notices 5

Age today: 54 years old
Nationality: Tunisia


Age today: 61 years old
Nationality: Tunisia


All wanted persons

Yellow Notices 4

Age today: 61 years old
Nationality: Tunisia


Age today: 23 years old
Nationality: Tunisia


All Missing persons

  • 10th African Regional Conference - 1988 - Tunis
  • 6th African Regional Conference - 1978 - Tunis
Tunisia: Social media