INTERACTION OF INTERPOL UKRBUREAU UNITS WITH THE STATE MIGRATION SERVICE OF UKRAINE TO COMBAT ECONOMIC CRIMES COMMITTED BY FOREIGNERS

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  Serhii Chornyi

  Serhii Ostrovskyi

  Oleksandr Gaponov

Abstract

Joint counteraction against international crime by all law enforcement agencies of different countries brings common results in eradicating this phenomenon in the world and reducing the number of crimes in a single state. This is one of the most relevant areas of international cooperation worldwide. That is why the issue of interaction in the field of law enforcement acquires special attention and relevance. That is why special attention is paid to the content of the concept of "interaction" and "interaction of law enforcement agencies". Today there is a significant increase in economic crime, with international transnational crime paying particular attention to economic crimes committed by foreigners. A significant role in countering this phenomenon is played by specially formed international institutions (bodies), namely: international organizations; international conferences; international commissions and committees. The most famous of these include the following: United Nations (UN) Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice; UN Office on Drugs and Crime; Council of Europe (Council of Europe Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures); European Committee on Crime Problems; International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), etc. The central body for combating international crime is the International Criminal Police Organization – Interpol, which began its activities after the entry into force (June 13, 1956). The purposes of Interpol are: to ensure and develop the widest possible mutual assistance between all criminal police agencies within the framework of the laws in force in the various countries and in the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; creation and development of institutions capable of successfully contributing to the prevention and suppression of criminal offenses (Art. 2 of the Interpol Charter). The structure of the internal organs of Interpol consists of: General Assembly; Executive Committee; General Secretariat; National Central Bureaus; Counselors; File Control Commission. INTERPOL maintains relations with many international organizations on issues related to its sphere of activity. Interpol maintains a National Central Bureau of Interpol in each of its member countries, through which international police cooperation is regulated. The National Central Bureau is an authorized police authority or entity with the status of an Interpol representative in its country. The main purpose of national central bureaus is to involve the police authorities of the country in the international fight against crime, to establish and maintain contacts with other national central bureaus and the General Secretariat of Interpol by ensuring a continuous, rapid and high-quality exchange of information. In Ukraine, such a unit is the National Central Bureau of Interpol, which operates within the structure of the National Police of Ukraine and organizes international cooperation of all law enforcement agencies of our state within the framework of the Organization. As part of combating crime, the National Central Bureau of Interpol cooperates with the State Migration Service of Ukraine, organizes cooperation, as well as initiates and coordinates operational and investigative activities aimed specifically at preventing and solving crimes, identifying and deporting from Ukraine persons – citizens of foreign countries involved in criminal activity, in particular members of transnational organized crime networks, persons who have committed sexual crimes against children, and the like. A special area of interaction is the fight against economic crimes committed by foreigners that disrupt the economic systems of various states. The State Migration Service of Ukraine sends requests about economic crimes committed by foreigners to the Interpol National Central Bureau.

How to Cite

Chornyi, S., Ostrovskyi, S., & Gaponov, O. (2021). INTERACTION OF INTERPOL UKRBUREAU UNITS WITH THE STATE MIGRATION SERVICE OF UKRAINE TO COMBAT ECONOMIC CRIMES COMMITTED BY FOREIGNERS. Baltic Journal of Economic Studies, 7(5), 221-227. https://doi.org/10.30525/2256-0742/2021-7-5-221-227
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Keywords

interaction, Interpol Ukrbureau divisions, law enforcement agencies, crime, State Migration Service of Ukraine, inquiry, cooperation, information, foreigner

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