Between April 7 and 13, Romanian police officers and partners from the territory of the Schengen member states detected 537 people, 32 vehicles and 41 documents that were the subject of alerts entered into the Schengen Information System, IGPR informs.
Thus, 359 persons who are the subject of alerts in the SIS (Schengen Information System) were located in Romania, following the additional exchange of information through the SIRENE Bureau of the International Police Cooperation Center – General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police.
Romanian police officers implemented 11 European arrest warrants, finding 60 people flagged by the member states as refusing to enter or stay in the Schengen territory, 154 people who were wanted for participation in a judicial procedure and 11 people who were flagged as missing from the partners in the Schengen states.
Also, 31 documents were seized from Romania, 20 vehicles and 2 license plates were found, which were wanted by the Schengen Area partners, to be confiscated or used as evidence in legal proceedings.
At the same time, 178 persons wanted by the Romanian authorities were identified by the foreign partners on their territory, following the exchange of information through the SIRENE Bureau of the International Police Cooperation Center – General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police.
Of these, 27 were pursued by the Romanian Police, based on European arrest warrants, 11 were reported by the member states as having refused entry or stay in the Schengen territory, another 22 people were wanted for participating in a judicial procedure, and 5 were reported missing by the Romanian authorities.
At the same time, the foreign partners identified on their territory a vehicle and 13 documents sought by the Romanian authorities.
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