I consider it a key task of Interpol to demonstrate to police chiefs and heads of law enforcement agencies worldwide that a global and integrated approach is vital to combat 21st century crimeSARPCCO to address transnational crime Aug 04, 2008
The world's most wanted international terrorist is no more but the death of bin Laden does not represent the demise of al-Qaida affiliates and those inspired by al-Qaida, who have and will continue to engage in terrorist attacks around the worldBin Laden's death not end to al-Qaida May 02, 2011
It is simply shocking that three years after the largest prison break in Afghanistan history, including of convicted terrorists, there is no data to be shared with law enforcement regionally and globally in the event of an escapeInterpol dismayed by Afghan prison break Apr 27, 2011
Our bureau in Moscow and all relevant Russian law enforcement officials can count on Interpol's full support to bring those responsible to justiceInterpol to aid Moscow airport blast probe Jan 26, 2011
The advent of the Internet has made the process of radicalization easier to achieve and the process of combating it that much more difficult, because many of the behaviors associated with it are not in and of themselves criminalTeamwork urged to head off radicalization Sep 21, 2010
Ronald Kenneth Noble (born 1956, at Fort Dix, New Jersey) is an American law enforcement officer, and the current Secretary General of INTERPOL.
He is a 1979 graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor's degree in economics and business administration and a 1982 graduate of Stanford Law School. Mr. Noble also is a tenured professor at the New York University School of Law, on leave of absence while serving at INTERPOL.
From 1993 until 1996 he was the Undersecretary for Enforcement of the United States Department of the Treasury, where he was in charge of the United States Secret Service, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, the Office of Foreign Assets Control, and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. He was head of the Department's "Waco Administrative Review Team" which produced a report on the ATF's actions against the Branch Davidians leading to the Waco Siege.