INTERPOL's Capacity for Improvement: An Encouraging Word


Still on the topic of INTERPOL's ability and need for improvement of its information processing methods and internal accountability, today's post addresses INTERPOL's own discussions of those issues.

While there are certainly many valid points to be made regarding the frustrating experience that many have while dealing with INTERPOL, there is also evidence that INTERPOL is aware of the need for continual improvements in its processing of Red Notice requests. It also takes steps, slower than some may like, towards making those improvements.

In his 2010 speech to INTERPOL's General Assembly, Billy Hawkes, the Chairman of the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's Files candidly discussed the issue of accountability, as well as the need for an increased level of dedication to international human rights standards. Towards the issue of accountabilty, he stated...

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