- INTERPOL Vilnius
Member since :
4 November 1991
To Defend. To Protect. To Help.
Law enforcement services in Lithuania are provided by the National Police which is part of the Ministry of the Interior. Founded in 1918, the Lithuanian Police operates under the command of a Police Commissioner General who is appointed for a period of five years and answers directly to the Minister of the Interior.
Lithuanian Police mandate:
- Protect human rights and freedom;
- Ensure public order and safety;
- Provide urgent assistance in cases of emergency;
- Provide assistance to crime victims;
- Prevent, detective and investigate crime;
- Ensure the security of Lithuanian roads and traffic.
The Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau is a specialized agency of the Lithuanian Police with responsibility for:
- national security;
- prevention, detection and investigation of serious crime;
- coordination of investigations requiring international outreach.
With a staff of nearly 10 officers, the INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) of Lithuania is a part of the International Liaison Office (ILO), a department of the Criminal Police Bureau. ILO is an international police cooperation platform with INTERPOL, Europol and Sirene units.
NCB Structure :
- Organized crime;
- Economic crime;
- Property crime.
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Lithuania's national police
Red Notices 15
GINTAUTAS Age today: 43 years old
GIEDRIUS Age today: 34 years old
Yellow Notices 3
ZINEB MERYAM Age today: 6 years old
VALERIJ Age today: 60 years old
- 37th European Regional Conference - 2008 - Vilnius