What is an international arrest warrant? How does the Interpol put it out? Why?

An international arrest warrant is a legal document issued by Interpol, the international police organization, in order to capture fugitives wanted for serious crimes. Interpol puts out international arrest warrants for fugitives who have fled their home country in order to avoid justice. The international arrest warrant allows police in other countries to detain and extradite the fugitive back to their home country to stand trial. In order to issue an international arrest warrant, Interpol must first receive a request from the fugitive’s home country. The request must include evidence that the fugitive has committed a crime and that they are no longer in the country. Once Interpol has received the request, they will circulate the international arrest warrant to all of their member countries. If the fugitive is apprehended, they will be extradited back to their home country to stand trial.

An international arrest warrant is a warrant that is issued by a court in one jurisdiction for the arrest of a person in another jurisdiction. The international arrest warrant is also known as a “red notice.” The Interpol puts out international arrest warrants for fugitives who are wanted for serious crimes, such as murder, rape, and terrorism. The Interpol also puts out international arrest warrants for people who are accused of white-collar crimes, such as embezzlement and money laundering. The Interpol puts out international arrest warrants in order to bring fugitives to justice and to prevent them from escaping justice by fleeing to another country.

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