Within the last ten years, INTERPOL has become much more involved with their postings of the Red Notices. As you can see from a chart in INTERPOL’s 2010 Annual Report, there were only 1,077 Red Notices issued in 2000. In 2005, there were 2,343 Red Notices issued. Then last year, in 2010, there were 6,433 Red Notices issued. INTERPOL’s Red Notice system has become much more prevalent in today’s times, where one of the 188 member countries is seeking an individual based on an arrest warrant or a court order.
In fact, if you look at the number of Yellow Notices issued, INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notices issued, Blue Notices issued, Green Notices issued, and Orange Notices issued, you will see that all of these have increased from the prior years. The number of Black Notices issued in 2010 was more than 2005, but a few less than 2000.
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