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Is Portugal’s SEF compliant with Interpol red notices?

From the Portuguese authorities’ action, one can stand out the SEF compliance in two Interpol “red notices” (international arrest warrants), in which the detention of two individuals wanted by the authorities of their countries of origin for murder and money laundering has been held.

Is it safe to live in Portugal?

Around 2.5 million British nationals visited Portugal in 2019. Most visits are trouble-free. If you’re living in or moving to Portugal, read the Living in Portugal guide in addition to this travel advice. Beware of street crime. Thieves tend to target money and passports so don’t keep them all in one place. See Crime

What do I need to know before I travel to Portugal?

Before you travel, check the ‘Entry requirements’ section for Portugal’s current entry restrictions and requirements. These may change with little warning. Monitor this advice for the latest updates and stay in contact with your travel provider. Check what you must do to travel abroad and return to England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.

How many people have been detained by SEF in Portugal?

In this operation, involving more than one hundred SEF inspectors, about 110.000 passengers have been controlled at the Portuguese borders and 54 flights from Brazil to Lisboa monitored. SEF has identified 27 illegal immigrants and has detained seven citizens as well in the national territory.

What is an Interpol red notice?

Red Notices are published by INTERPOL at the request of a member country, and must comply with INTERPOL’s Constitution and Rules. A Red Notice is not an international arrest warrant.

What happens if I am subject to an Interpol notice?

Any individual who is subject to an INTERPOL Notice should be considered innocent until proven guilty. Member countries may also request cooperation from each other through another alert mechanism known as a diffusion. This is less formal than a notice and is circulated directly by an NCB to all or some of our member countries.

How does Interpol support Portugal to tackle international crime?

How INTERPOL supports Portugal to tackle international crime. Portugal is on the Iberian Peninsula at the westernmost point of mainland Europe. Its location on shipping routes between Africa, Europe and the Americas makes the region a busy transit area for both legal and illegal business.

Does Interpol have the power to arrest people?

It does not have the power itself to arrest or detain anybody. Interpol does, however, coordinate an international notice system that allows police in member states to share critical information. Interpol issues (or publishes) red notices as part of this system.

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