Interpol Notices Law and Legal Definition
An Interpol notice refers to a notice issued by Interpol for the purpose of sharing information between its members. Usually Interpol notice is issued in the official languages of the Interpol.
There are seven types of Interpol notices. They are:
1. Red notice that requests arrest and extradition of an individual for whom an arrest warrant has been issued in the requesting country;
2. Blue notice that requests additional information about a person in relation to a crime;
3. Green notice that provide warnings and criminal intelligence about habitual offenders;
4. Yellow notice that asks for assistance of locating missing persons;
5. Black notice that seeks information on unidentified bodies;
6. Orange notice that warns police and other international organizations about potential threats from dangerous weapons:
7. Interpol-United Nations Security Council Special Notice that is issued for groups and individuals who are targets of UN sanctions against Al Qaeda and the Taliban.