In this article published by The Law Society Gazette, Christopher David and Nicholas Hearn discuss the increased use of Interpol's red notices.
Excerpt: Interpol red notices have been a
regular feature in the press in recent months – for example,
the temporary arrest of Bill Browder – but what are they and
should we be concerned about their increased use?
In simple terms, a red notice is an electronic wanted poster requested by one of Interpol’s 190 national police force members. It is circulated to all other members and asks them to ‘seek the location of a wanted person and his/her detention, arrest or restriction of movement for the purpose of extradition, surrender or similar lawful action’. Read the full article.
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