INTERPOL: More Red Notices Than Ever


If you think that you are hearing more about Red Notices and INTERPOL than you did in the past, you're right. There is currently more Red Notice activity than there has been in at least the last decade, and quite likely in INTERPOL's history.

INTERPOL's 2010 Annual Report provides information regarding INTERPOL's various endeavors last year. Perhaps the most stunning information in the report is the section on notices and diffusions. INTERPOL reports that it issued 6,344 Red Notices in 2010. This may not sound significant given INTERPOL's worldwide reach and the growing world population, but when viewed in context of the number of Red Notices issued in previous years, the change is substantial.

The report shows that in the year 2000, only 1077 Red Notices were issued. By 2010, that number had jumped to 6,344 for the year.

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