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DOUGLAS MCNABB

Get Removed From Interpol Notices

 
 
 

Interpol Notice Removal

One of Interpol's most important functions is to help the member countries' law enforcement organizations communicate with each other about critical crime-related information. An Interpol International Notice is used to help achieve that goal. Based on a request made by the requesting country's National Central Bureau (NCB), Interpol produces one of eight types of notices in all four of its official languages – English, French, Spanish and Arabic. The notice is circulated worldwide.

Our firm represents individuals who are placed on the Interpol notice list. The firm has been successful with past removals. It is currently handling a number of these matters and is known for fighting vigorously for our clients.





 

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Houston, TX 22136 Westheimer Parkway Suite 521 - Katy, TX 77450 +1 713.237.0011

➤ EMAIL

mcnabb@douglasmcnabb.com

➤ About Douglas McNabb

Types of Interpol Notices


red notice

The legal basis for a Red Notice is the arrest warrant (issued for a person wanted for prosecution) or a court order (issued for a person wanted to serve a sentence) issued by judicial authorities in the concerned country.


yellow notice

This notice is used to help locate missing persons, including children, or to help identify persons who may not be able to identify themselves such as a person suffering from amnesia.

 

purple notice

To seek or provide information on modus operandi, objects, devices, and concealment methods used by criminals.


blue notice

This notice is primarily used for tracing and locating a person when the decision to extradite has not yet been made. It may also be used to verify a person's identity, to obtain particulars about his criminal record or to locate witnesses.


black notice

This notice is used to seek the identity of deceased persons. 

 

interpol-un security council special notice

Issued for groups and individuals who are the targets of UNSC sanctions.


green notice

This notice is used to provide warnings and criminal intelligence about persons who have committed criminal offenses, and are likely to repeat these crimes in other countries.


orange notice

This notice is issued to warn police, public entities and other international organizations about potential threats from disguised weapons, parcel bombs and other dangerous materials.

 
 

 
 
Interpol Red Notice designation is an economic death penalty that can last a lifetime. You have two options: live with it or fight.
— DOUGLAS MCNABB