Interpol Green Notices

Greens refer to international requests for information issued by Interpol to help police identify and locate missing persons, often in cross-border cases. Green Notices are also issued for the identification and location of specific unknown criminals.

Interpol Green Notices contain a description of the missing person or unknown criminal, as well as any identifying information, such as fingerprints, photographs, or DNA samples. Interpol Green Notices are not arrest warrants, but they may be used by police to locate and interview potential witnesses or suspects.

Green Notices

Notices of this type are one of the tools that Interpol uses to help member countries solve crimes and locate missing persons. A green notice means a search for a suspect in organizing or participating in a crime related to a violation of public order.

Interpol green notice example – a message about the search for a person suspected of actions that threaten public safety.

If you have any information about a case featured in a Green Notice, please contact your local police department immediately. Interpol’s Green Notices are not international arrest warrants. They are requests for information that may help solve a crime or locate a missing person. Each notice contains a description of the missing person or unknown criminal, as well as any identifying information, such as fingerprints, photographs, or DNA samples.

If you see someone featured in a Green Notice, do not approach them. Contact your local police department immediately and provide them with as much information as possible, such as the person’s current location, their plans, or anything else that could.

Other Types of Interpol Notices 

In addition to Green Notices, Interpol also issues Red Notices and Blue Notices. Red Notices are requests for the provisional arrest of wanted persons with a view to extradition, while Blue Notices are issued to help police gather information about a person’s identity, location, or activities in relation to a crime. Interpol does not issue international arrest warrants.

Interpol Green Notices are one of the tools that Interpol uses to help member countries solve crimes and locate missing persons. If you have any information about a case featured in a Green Notice, please contact your local police department immediately. Interpol’s Green Notices are not international arrest warrants.

Conclusions

Interpol’s Green Notices are one of the tools that Interpol uses to help member countries solve crimes and locate missing persons. Interpol’s green notice list contains information about up-to-date lists of wanted suspects. If you have any information about a case featured in a Green Notice, please contact your local police department immediately. Interpol’s Green Notices are not international arrest warrants, but they may be used by police to locate and interview potential witnesses or suspects.

If you believe that someone you know may be the subject of an Interpol Green Notice, you can check Interpol's website to see if there is an active notice for that person. Interpol's website is available in six languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, and Arabic. You can also contact Interpol's General Secretariat in Lyon, France, to inquire about a specific notice.
If you are the subject of a Green Notice, Interpol recommends that you consult with a lawyer or law enforcement agency in your country to find out more about the notice and what it means for you. Interpol's Green Notices are not international arrest warrants, but they may be used by police to locate and interview potential witnesses or suspects. If you have any information about a case featured in a Green Notice, please contact your local police department immediately. Interpol's Green Notices are not international arrest warrants. They are requests for information that may help solve a crime or locate a missing person. Each notice contains a description of the missing person or unknown criminal, as well as any identifying information, such as fingerprints or photographs.
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