Bureau of Interpol & Extradition Information, Prevention and Defence - Worldwide
Stirling & Partners continue to assist clients in the prevention and removal of Interpol notices and Extradition proceedings, regardless of the location of the proceedings or the location of the originating matter.
We consult to governments internationally and have a team and network of highly experienced advocates, consultants, and negotiators to assist clients in the resolution of their matters.
Our top priority is helping clients secure the best possible outcome to complex legal issues, regardless of how the odds are stacked against them.
We are contacted relentlessly by people who are concerned that they may be listed on the gulf region´s version of Interpol, GCCPol, headed up in Abu Dhabi. GCCPol is used by authorities in the gulf to locate parties who are wanted within the gulf region. A lot of wanted persons have pending cases covering crimes such as fraud, breach of trust, embezzlement, bounced cheques and commonly, bank debts and mortgage defaults. Most queries that we receive arise from expatriates who
It has recently come to light that Interpol has begun to receive funding from major corporations. Industries from tobacco to pharmaceuticals have made agreements with the international police organisation over the past 5 years, boosting Interpol's budget, but calling into question the nature of these agreements, and indeed, the integrity of Interpol itself; particularly in regards to cases of financial crimes, corruption, intellectual property infringement, and the like. We h
The UAE is increasing its efforts to extradite foreign nationals who have returned to their own countries. A number of the extradition requests have been initiated as a result of business disputes. Others have been for allegations of theft, breach of trust or fraud, sometimes arising from debt alone. Many expatriates who enter into business dealings in the UAE encounter problems that are criminalised when one party in a dispute makes a report to the police. In the UAE just