For people who find themselves the subject of Red Notices, it seems that the more questions they ask, the more confused they become. Part of this phenomenon is due to the nature of INTERPOL: it can be difficult to digest the verbiage used by INTERPOL, and the organization’s processes and rules are not exactly intuitive.
Un-ringing the Bell, Part 3: Can INTERPOL Force a National Central Bureau to Correct False Information?
In order for INTERPOL to publish a Red Notice, one of its 188 member countries must first request the Red Notice based upon certain criteria. This request is made by the member country’s National Central Bureau (NCB). Today’s post addresses the question of what can be done when an NCB submits erroneous or false information…
Un-ringing the Bell, Part 2: Damage Control with INTERPOL
In the last post, the focus was on the manner in which INTERPOL might publish erroneous information. While a Red Notice client is certainly interested in how such an error might have occurred, it is obviously even more important to know that it can be corrected- sometimes.
It may be intuitive to think that INTERPOL…