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Encyclopedia > Red notice

A Red notice is one of several types of colour coded notices circulated by Interpol on behalf of member nations. The red notice requests that a suspect be arrested and held for extradition.

External link

Interpol fact sheet (http://www.interpol.int/Public/ICPO/FactSheets/FS200105.asp)

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Red Shift Internet Services (1890 words)
Red Shift reserves the right to collect from the holder of any account found guilty in a court of law of sending SPAM up to $50 per message or $25,000 per day, whichever is less or that amount which comes out of a legal judgment.
Red Shift will not be liable for any data that is lost, deleted, corrupted or otherwise made unusable by the customer or by Red Shift or one of Red Shift's agents, employees, officers, or anyone acting on Red Shift's behalf.
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Insidecostarica.com - San Jos√©, Costa Rica! (673 words)
Each notice gives full details of the individual concerned and in the case of red notices, the relevant national arrest warrant or court order and specifically requests that the fugitive be traced and arrested or detained with a view to extradition.
The legal basis for a red notice is the arrest warrant or court order issued by the judicial authorities in the country concerned and therefore serves the purposes of both police and judicial officials.
If a red notice is considered to be a valid request for provisional arrest, the appropriate judicial authority in a country receiving the notice can decide, on the basis of the information contained in the notice, that the wanted person should be provisionally arrested.
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