“INTERPOL to host largest-ever gathering of Ministers to address contemporary violence issues”

November 2, 2012

INTERPOL on November 1, 2012 released the following:

“ROME, Italy – INTERPOL’s General Assembly will bring together Justice, Home Affairs and Security Ministers from some 110 countries for the largest ever such gathering, which will focus on criminal violence issues ranging from human trafficking to terrorist activities.

The Ministerial meeting, which marks the beginning of the four-day (5 – 8 November) conference in Rome, Italy with the theme ‘Challenges for Police Facing Contemporary Violence’ will bring to the table senior government officials from around the globe.

INTERPOL’s Secretary General Ronald K. Noble stated, “This unprecedented gathering of ministers combined with our General Assembly will provide strong support for greater global cooperation in confronting ever-increasing and wide-ranging violent criminal activities.

“Transnational criminal violence is expanding, profiting from developments in technology and international economic challenges. Reduced budgets for law enforcement in far too many nations necessitates even greater levels of mutual support across borders in our continued efforts towards a safer world,” concluded the INTERPOL Chief.

A joint Ministerial outcome declaration will be issued at the conclusion of the day’s discussions, to identify viable policies and strategies which can be adapted to the unique security situations of cities, nations and regions, supported by greater shared intelligence and increased use of INTERPOL’S comprehensive databases covering a wide range of multi-national criminal activities.

INTERPOL is the largest international police organization with 190 member countries. Its work supports local national and regional law enforcement in a range of crime areas including; terrorism, organized crime, environmental crime, war crimes, maritime piracy, trafficking in illicit goods, weapons smuggling, human trafficking, money laundering, child sexual abuse, corruption and cybercrime.”

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Sri Lanka seeks Interpol’s help over fishing trawler attack

October 22, 2012

zeenews.india.com on October 22, 2012 released the following:

“Colombo: Sri Lanka Monday sought Interpol’s help to arrest 14 people involved in carrying out an attack on a fishing trawler carrying asylum seekers to Australia.

The police said it has alerted Interpol to seek the arrest of some 14 suspects wanted in connection with the attack.

“Warrants have been issued on 14 suspects having reported the matter to the magistrate’s court in Tangalle”, police spokesman senior superintendent Prishantha Jayakodi said.

A group of five fishermen who sailed off the coast of Devinuwara in the south on October 14 were assaulted by an unknown gang who had dumped them in the sea while fleeing with the trawler.

Two people were rescued but three others are still missing and presumed dead.

Police later said that the hijacking of the trawler was carried out by a group who are involved with human trafficking to Australia on board fishing trawlers.

Sri Lanka Navy had rescued at least two of the fishermen who had been critically injured when found by a merchant vessel.

Since early this year multiple Sri Lankan fishing vessels had carried an influx of asylum seekers to Australia.”

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International operation led by INTERPOL reveals scale of illicit goods trafficking

July 18, 2012

INTERPOL on July 17, 2012 released the following:

“More than 1,400 arrested or probed and millions of illicit goods seized in Operation Black Poseidon

LYON, France – An INTERPOL-led operation against illicit goods trafficking across Eastern Europe has revealed the extent and increasingly elaborate methods used by transnational crime groups to traffic illicit goods with more than 1,400 individuals arrested or under investigation and the seizure of 7.3 million trafficked goods.

The month-long Operation Black Poseidon (May 2012) involved INTERPOL’s National Central Bureaus in Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey and Ukraine working with national police and investigators who carried out some 1,700 interventions at commercial locations including markets, as well as at ports and airports, in cooperation with prosecutors, customs and intellectual property crime experts.

Vasyl Nevolia, the Head of INTERPOL’s National Central Bureau in Kiev, Ukraine, said: “Operation Black Poseidon was important in removing potentially dangerous and sub-standard goods from circulation. It highlights the need for international police cooperation and what can be achieved through regional and global operations against organized crime networks.”

“The success and the increased awareness provided by Operation Black Poseidon demonstrates that the fight against intellectual and industrial property crimes has become a priority for Turkey’s police authorities, in addition to fighting terrorism and drug trafficking,” said Rafet Ufuk Önder, the Head of INTERPOL’s National Central Bureau in Ankara, Turkey.

With officers from INTERPOL’s Trafficking in Illicit Goods unit coordinating the international operation both on the ground and at its General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, Operation Black Poseidon led to the seizure of illicit clothing, toys, foods, electronics, cigarettes and tobacco, agrochemicals and vehicle spare parts worth 123 million Euros.

“Operation Black Poseidon will have dealt a serious blow against the transnational criminal networks behind illicit trade, as well as protected the public from potentially dangerous substandard and fake goods, and raised awareness of the threat these represent,” said Simone Di Meo, Criminal Intelligence Officer with INTERPOL’s Trafficking in Illicit Goods programme and the operation’s coordinator.

The operation was carried out within the framework of INTERPOL’s Trafficking in Illicit Goods initiative which aims to identify and dismantle the organized crime networks siphoning billions of Euros from the public purse through the trafficking of illicit goods.

“The high number of arrests and illicit goods seized during Operation Black Poseidon highlights the international scale of illicit trade and the benefits national police, customs and other law enforcement agencies derive from working closely together with representatives of regulatory bodies and the private sector to stop the criminal networks behind this crime,” said John Newton, the head of INTERPOL’s Trafficking in Illicit Goods unit.

INTERPOL’s initiative combating illicit trade will assist police across its 190 member countries to not only target the transnational crime groups but also identify the routes used in transporting illicit goods, which are often also used for human trafficking and drug smuggling.

The key role that industry will play in supporting INTERPOL’s initiative was underlined with the decision by Phillip Morris International in June to pledge 15 million Euros over a three-year period to INTERPOL’s Fund for a Safer World to help the world police body develop a strong global programme against trafficking in illicit goods.”

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Man Wanted by Interpol Arrested After Allegedly Kidnapping Two Women From Jakarta Club

June 11, 2012

Jakarta Globe on June 11, 2012 published the following:

By: Zaky Pawas

“A Uzbek national wanted by Interpol for human trafficking was arrested by Jakarta Police on Monday after allegedly kidnapping two women working at a Central Jakarta nightclub.

Musaev Samir, 33, was arrested early Monday morning at his apartment at the Cibubur Residences in Bekasi. He reportedly kidnapped his ex-girlfriend Nadiya Dobos, an Uzbek national, and her Russian friend Anna Iyasereva. The two women were allegedly working as DJ at Illigals night club on Jalan Hayam Wuruk, Jakarta Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Rikwanto said.

“The suspect is an ex-boyfriend of the victim [Dobos] and on June 6, 2012, he told her to stop working at Illigals,” Rikwanto said.

Samir had offered Dobos $1,000 to quit her job at the club, but she reportedly refused, police said.

He then allegedly kidnapped Iyasereva on June 6 and threatened to kill her if Dobos refused to leave her job.

Dobos met Samir on June 7 and accompanied him to a mall and a hotel, police said.

On June 9, she asked Samir to take her back to the dormitory run by Illigals. He agreed, but reportedly threatened to kill Iyasereva if Dobos tried to run.

Dobos reported the kidnapping to the Illigals management and then ran. The night club called the Jakarta Police.

Police raided Samir’s home, finding Iyasereva and seizing a Range Rover, three expensive watches and a savings account ledger showing Rp 1 billion ($106,000) in his bank account.

“We’re tracking down where he got the money from. He made an account at BCA [Bank Central Asia] using a fake Indonesian ID card,” Adj. Sr. Comr. Helmy Santika of the Jakarta Police, said.

Samir has been wanted by Interpol since 2009 for people smuggling and sex trafficking. The Uzbek national allegedly trafficked women from Uzbekistan to Indonesia and other Asian countries, where they were sold into prostitution.

Interpol Indonesia officer First Insp. Yudhi Saroja said Samir would be tried in Indonesia for kidnapping, before he was extradited to Uzbekistan.”

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INTERPOL human trafficking workshop aims to boost regional efforts in Arab countries

May 22, 2012

INTERPOL on May 21, 2012 released the following:

“TUNIS, Tunisia – An operational workshop focusing on best practices for identifying victims of human trafficking in ongoing cases was held in Tunis as part of the INTERPOL Regional Programme on Trafficking in Human Beings in the Arab Region.

Co-organized with the Naif Arab University for Security Sciences in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and held at the Arab Interior Ministerial Council, the five-day workshop (6-10 May) was the second phase of the ongoing programme to tackle human trafficking in the region. It brought together more than 30 investigators from 13 Arab countries.

The workshop reviewed issues related to organ trafficking and included an awareness-raising session on the use of INTERPOL’s databases in relation to human trafficking investigations, especially the Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database.

“This unique INTERPOL initiative against human trafficking in the region will bring us strengthened cooperation engagements among investigators and support for conducting joint investigations, ” said INTERPOL Coordinator of Human Trafficking and People Smuggling, Hakan Erdal.

The main objective of the INTERPOL Regional Programme on Trafficking in Human Beings is to strengthen law enforcement cooperation in the fields of trafficking in human beings, people smuggling and illegal migration by sharing best practices and knowledge. The operational workshop followed a regional training session held in January in Saudi Arabia. The third and final phase of the initiative will consist of a regional conference in Jordan in July.

A cooperation agreement on the provision of law enforcement training for countries in the region and beyond in specialist areas including trafficking in human beings as well as drugs and organized crime was signed between INTERPOL’s Capacity Building and Training Unit and Naif University in June 2011.”

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Interpol to crack down on cyber crime

May 9, 2012

Houston Chronicle on May 8, 2012 released the following:

“DANIELLA CHESLOW, Associated Press

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Interpol said Tuesday it is making the war against cyber crime a main priority this year as online fraud crosses borders and increases in scope.

Khoo Boon Hui, president of the global police network, told a conference of 49 European member states that cyber crime is becoming more transnational. He pointed to a study published in March by the London Metropolitan University that found 80 percent of online crime is connected to cross-border organized gangs.

“Organized crime is now able to recruit members from countries without diplomatic ties to commit crimes overseas operating from temporary safe bases in third countries equipped with the latest technology,” he said.

Hui said Malaysian police last month arrested more than 200 cyber criminals from China and Taiwan who operated online scams through two syndicates under the instructions of a common Taiwanese boss.

By using temporary safe bases around the far East, the online scammers netted billions of dollars via soccer and gambling websites along with credit card and bank fraud schemes, he said. He said hackers even penetrated the Interpol website this year.

Hui said cyber crime costs Europe about 750 billion euros, or more than $977 billion, a year. Israel alone deals with more than 1,000 Web attacks a minute, he said.

To help train police worldwide in online law enforcement, Hui said Interpol will open a cyber crime and digital security complex in Singapore in 2014.

This week’s conference also addressed other issues including international terrorism, the drug trade, and human trafficking.”

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INTERPOL European conference builds on regional strength to combat global crimes

May 8, 2012

INTERPOL on May 8, 2012 released the following:

“TEL AVIV, Israel – Developing innovative solutions through building on past experience is key in identifying and addressing future crime threats, chiefs of police and ministers from throughout Europe heard on the opening day of INTERPOL’s 41st European Regional Conference in Tel Aviv.

With transnational issues including cybercrime, terrorism, organized crime, human trafficking, illegal immigration and trafficking in illicit goods high on the agenda of the three-day meeting (8 – 10 May), some 110 senior law enforcement officials from 49 countries and eight international organizations will discuss how to build on regional cooperation and expertise to boost global security.

The Commissioner of the Israeli Police, Inspector General Yohanan Danino, said INTERPOL provided a network of cooperation between the police forces of the world.

“Our language, our uniform and our badges may differ, but the message is the same, we are all committed to the same cause which is the essence of our work, which is to serve.

“This INTERPOL meeting which brings together senior European law enforcement officials will provide us with a stronger platform for our joint efforts in tackling crime and terrorism,” concluded Commissioner Danino.

Addressing the delegates, INTERPOL President Khoo Boon Hui said that learning from European expertise and experiences helps ensure that all INTERPOL member countries keep abreast of the latest trends and developments, particularly in combating cybercrime.

“Criminal gangs now find that transnational and cybercrime are far more rewarding and profitable than other riskier forms of making money,” said INTERPOL President Khoo Boon Hui.

“Globalization and the development of the virtual world offer new and fertile grounds for criminals to ply their illegal trade and commit crimes.

“Our ability to address both known and unknown threats effectively and efficiently serves to further cement our Organization’s position as the leader in securing global safety, and in shaping the security landscape,” concluded President Khoo.

With the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation due to open its doors in Singapore in 2014, delegates will be updated on the close cooperation with Europol which will soon launch the European Cybercrime Centre, and how the two organizations are liaising to ensure the widest possible support to law enforcement regionally and globally.”

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Most wanted human trafficker held

March 21, 2012

The Times of India on March 21, 2012 released the following:

“A Selvaraj, TNN

CHENNAI: A city-based racketeer, wanted by Interpol for trafficking youths and women to Australia by ferry, was arrested near Nagapattinam on Sunday.

Acting on a tip-off, ‘Q’ branch police laid a trap and nabbed ‘Italy’ A Rajan alias Rajan alias Soundararajan, 43, a native of Jaffna in Sri Lanka, from a hideout in Nagapattinam. A satellite phone was seized from him and Rajan was remanded in prison. A hunt is on for his associates.

Rajan told police that he and his associate, identified by police as Dayalan of Colombo, regularly sent migrants, mostly Sri Lankan Tamils, to Australia after collecting Rs 3 lakh from each. A sum of Rs 1 lakh would be given to the broker bringing a migrant to Rajan.

Rajan, who had links with Kerala fishermen, “would buy an old trawler or mechanized fishing boat at a cheap price and then modify it to house migrants,” a police officer said.

Each ferry, carrying 30-40 people, reached Christmas Island, 800 km from Australia and under Canberra’s control, after a journey of 15 days. “It carried 3,000 litres of diesel and 2,000 litres of drinking water, rice and vegetables and the migrants bathed in sea water,” a police officer said.

On entering Australian waters, the ferry would be taken to Christmas Island and the people in it admitted to a special camp. After a thorough check, they would be flown to an Australian city and granted Australian citizenship after a while. Most landed jobs that paid at least $1,500 (Australian) a month, police said based on Rajan’s confession.

Sources said Rajan, a Class 8 dropout, left Maamunai in Jaffna for Italy at age 10 to work as a servant and returned home after the December 26, 2004 tsunami. He met Dayalan, who was involved in the human trafficking racket, and joined the racket.

Rajan was then arrested and booked by the Colombo police for indulging in human trafficking. He escaped and stayed for some time in Jaffna and came to Trichy in Tamil Nadu and stayed in a refugee camp where he married a Sri Lankan woman named Yamuna. He soon moved to Chennai and was continuing the racket from here when the Colombo police, still on his trail, got a red corner notice issued by Interpol to trace Rajan. He again moved south, to Nagapattinam where he was finally caught.”

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Benin key player in West African efforts to fight transnational crime

February 29, 2012

INTERPOL on February 28, 2012 released the following:

“Achievements marked during INTERPOL Secretary General visit

COTONOU, Benin – In his first visit to Benin, which this year marks its 50th anniversary as an INTERPOL member country, Secretary General Ronald K. Noble met with President Thomas Boni Yayi as well as other senior government and police officials to recognize the country’s contribution to global law enforcement cooperation.

In the past half century of INTERPOL membership, Benin has participated in a wide range of key regional projects targeting drug trafficking, human trafficking, organized crime and fake goods and medicines which endanger the health and safety of citizens.

Secretary General Noble was briefed on a series of drug seizures as a result of close cooperation between the INTERPOL National Central Bureaus in Cotonou, Brazil and Portugal. In this respect, the recent success of Operation Cocair 3 saw the seizure of more than 500 kilogrammes of drugs and the recovery of cash totaling two and half million euros in 25 airports across Western and Central Africa and Brazil.

During his two-day mission, Secretary General Noble also visited a Customs and Immigration outpost between Benin and Nigeria at the border town of Krake. Mr Noble announced plans to help Benin connect its central national database to INTERPOL’s global databases, to enable officers at border control points to carry out instant checks on individuals to determine if they are wanted internationally or attempting to enter on fraudulent travel documents.

After receiving the Ordre National du Bénin, the INTERPOL chief met with the President of Benin Thomas Boni Yayi. Accepting the honour on behalf of the world police organization, Mr Noble thanked Benin for their long-standing and strong support of INTERPOL.

“Under the leadership of President Boni Yayi, Benin continues to make a significant contribution to global law enforcement, which makes this honour a recognition of the efforts of officers in Benin and all around the world, every police man and woman who put their lives on the line every day,” said Secretary General Noble.

“In my meetings with the Minister of the Interior, the Director General of Police, staff from our National Central Bureau and officers in the field, this commitment to law enforcement is clear to see and I look forward to our continued strong partnership with Benin in the future,” added the INTERPOL chief.”

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Human trafficker and prostitution ringleader subject of INTERPOL Red Notice sentenced to 30 years

February 29, 2012

INTERPOL on February 21, 2012 released the following:

“Romanian national Ioan Clamparu, one of the targets of INTERPOL’s Operation Infra-Red, wanted for a range of offences including human trafficking and procuring for prostitution, has been sentenced by a Madrid court to 30 years in prison.

The 42-year-old was arrested in Spain in October 2011 following close collaboration between INTERPOL’s National Central Bureaus in Romania and Spain and INTERPOL’s Fugitive Investigative Support (FIS) unit at the General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France. He had been on the run for eight years from his native Romania, where he had been sentenced to 13 years for people and drugs trafficking.

Clamparu, accused of heading a human trafficking network which is believed to have resulted in more than 100 Romanian women being forced into prostitution in Spain, was one of 450 international fugitives targeted during INTERPOL’s Operation Infra-Red in July 2010.”

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