Edward Grange has written an article for The Times on whether INTERPOL’s recent efforts to increase transparency go far enough.
The article explores:
As the global police network celebrates 100 years, it has continued revealing data on rejected or deleted Red Notices and Wanted Persons Diffusions.
These disclosures prompt questions about why abusive or unlawful notices are still being published, despite supposed vetting.
Call for Greater Openness:
If INTERPOL is serious about discouraging abuse by repressive regimes, it needs to fully embrace transparency and not just offer partial views of its operations. Only then can it hold non-compliant member states to account.
Read the full article here.