[Title 28 CFR F]
[Code of Federal Regulations (annual edition) - July 1, 2002 Edition]
[Title 28 - JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION]
[Chapter I - DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE]
[Part 0 - ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE]
[Subpart F - 2--INTERPOL-United States National Central Bureau]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


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       Subpart F-2--INTERPOL-United States National Central Bureau



Sec. 0.34  General functions.

    The following functions are assigned to, and shall be conducted, 
handled, or supervised by, the Chief of the United States National 
Central Bureau, International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL--
U.S. National Central Bureau), as authorized by statute and within 
guidelines prescribed by the Department of Justice, in conjunction with 
the Department of Treasury:
    (a) Facilitate international law enforcement cooperation as the 
United States representative with the International Criminal Police 
Organization (INTERPOL), on behalf of the Attorney General, pursuant to 
22 U.S.C. 263a.
    (b) Represent the U.S. National Central Bureau at criminal law 
enforcement and international law enforcement conferences and symposia.
    (c) Serve as a member of the Executive Committee of INTERPOL-United 
States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB).
    (d) Transmit information of a criminal justice, humanitarian, or 
other law enforcement related nature between National Central Bureaus of 
INTERPOL member countries, and law enforcement agencies within the 
United States and abroad; and respond to requests by law enforcement 
agencies, and other legitimate requests by appropriate organizations, 
institutions and individuals, when in agreement with the INTERPOL 
constitution.
    (e) Coordinate and integrate information for investigations of an 
international nature and identify those involving patterns and trends of 
criminal activities.
    (f) Conduct analyses of patterns of international criminal 
activities, when specific patterns are observed.
    (g) Establish and collect user fees to process name checks and 
background records for licensing, humanitarian and other non-law 
enforcement purposes.

[Order No. 960-81, 46 FR 52343, Oct. 27, 1981, as amended by Order No. 
1295-88, 53 FR 30990, Aug. 17, 1988; Order No. 1441-90, 55 FR 32403, 
Aug. 9, 1990; Order No. 1491-91, 56 FR 21600, May 10, 1991]