(Article 3 of the Constitution)
PurposeNeutrality is, and always has been, paramount to INTERPOL. As an international organization with a unique mandate, namely to prevent and fight crime through enhanced international police cooperation, it is of the utmost importance that INTERPOL’s activities transcend domestic and international politics.
Upon the adoption of INTERPOL’s Constitution in 1956, this principle was inscribed in Article 3, and was extended to also include activities of a military nature.
Home Office Codes
Could there be a conflict of interest between INTERPOL and the British Government on the subject of Racial Character?
HOLY BOOK OF RACIAL GOVERNMENT