Last week, the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files (CCF) met for its final session of the year. Each year, the CCF meets three times a year, which is the minimum number of times it is required to meet according to INTERPOL’s rules.
During its session meetings, the Commission members consider the requests of individuals who seek some form of relief from the the Commission. Frequently, those individuals are the subjects of Red Notices and they or their attorneys are requesting to have the Red Notices removed or modified.
Decisions for cases pending from earlier this year and last year seem to be coming particularly slow in coming out of the CCF. We’ll soon find out whether the new composition of the Commission will have any bearing on the timeliness of its decisions.
As always, thoughts and comments are welcomed.