If you wish to make a request, complaint or challenge any information recorded in our databases please submit your request and any supporting documents to the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files which is an independent body. Any complaints, requests or challenges sent to other addresses will not be treated as confidential and may be used for police purposes.
INTERPOL general contact details
You can get in touch with INTERPOL using the contact details below. Your message will be forwarded to the appropriate department but please note that we are unable to respond to all queries.
200, quai Charles de Gaulle
Fax: +33 (0)4 72 44 71 63
E-mail: Contact INTERPOL
Report a crime
Criminal activity or missing persons should be reported to your local police department or your National Central Bureau (NCB). For further information, see the profile page for the relevant member country.
Please refer to our page on Financial fraud for further information on common frauds sometimes involving the INTERPOL name and distinctive signs; these may include email abuse, lottery fraud or so-called ‘419’ scams
If you believe you have a case of fraudulent use of the Organization’s distinctive signs, please use the below link to report.
@ Report a suspected fraud and abusive use of INTERPOL’s name or distinctive signs
Please note that we are not able to respond to all queries.
For certain types of enquiry you can contact individual departments directly, as below:
Communications and Publications Office
Disaster Victim Identification
Intellectual Property (IP) Rights Programme
The INTERPOL Global Register
Corruption – StAR Initiative
Stolen Works of Art
INTERPOL Travel Document Initiative