News
After two and a half years behind bars in Sharjah’s infamous central prison, 58 year old Indian woman, Mary D’Souza, has finally been released and returned to her family in India.

31 December 2020

News
The GCC countries have joined forces to establish an Interpol style agency for the enforcement of policing and information sharing within the GCC region.  The main stated aim of the organisation which will be based in Abu Dhabi is to tackle terrorism.

2 December 2020

Interpol & Extradition
The UAE has drawn foreigners to its shores for a number of years, attracted to the well marketed allure of a glamorous, affluent lifestyle with unmatched business opportunities.  While some foreigners have enjoyed a genuinely positive experience, others have suffered jud...

1 December 2020

News
"It is no secret that UAE banks have stepped up their efforts to enforce debts internationally and of course, there is nothing wrong with that.  The world is becoming smaller and people don’t expect that a simple relocation will alleviate them of their contractual obliga...

30 November 2020

Interpol & Extradition
A UK based NGO has secured the release of a British woman, who declines to be named, after a month under arrest in Italy, waiting to hear if she would be extradited to serve a lengthy term in a Dubai desert jail. Her crime? She simply fell behind on her credit card payme...

30 November 2020

Investment Warnings
UAE government owned construction giant Arabtec’s liquidation has put thousands of expats at risk of imprisonment and Interpol red notices, warns Detained in Dubai CEO Radha Stirling.

6 October 2020

Debt Enforcement & Management
For nearly a week, ENBD customers have been denied access to withdraw or transfer funds, causing concerns that the bank is freezing outflows amidst the economic downturn.  Radha Stirling explains that these fears are justified, and UAE banks provide little or no security...

24 September 2020

News
Morag Koussa has finally returned home after six year long detention in Dubai following Detained in Dubai campaign to free her.

24 September 2020

Debt Enforcement & Management
After a series of hardships, British national Malcolm David Faren finds himself penniless and on the street in UAE, with no visa and no passport and no way to go home.

24 August 2020

News
Czech court rules detention of dual British / Australian citizen Alan Stevenson was a violation of human rights; calling into question the legitimacy of Interpol’s Red Notice system due to widespread abuse by authoritarian regimes around the world.  Stevenson was held du...

12 August 2020

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