Ahmadreza Radan

Ahmadreza Radan
احمدرضا رادان
1963
Isfahan
Male
Unkown
No
Alive
1 Dec 2020
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  • Police commander, Sistan and Baluchestan Province (2000 - 2003)
  • Police Commander , Razavi Khorasan Province (2003 - 2005)
  • Police Commander, Tehran Province (Oct 2005 - Oct 2008)
  • Deputy of Chief Commander of Police (Oct 2008 - Oct 2014)
  • Head of NAJA Centre for Strategic Studies (Jun 2014 - present)
These violations may only be part of the human rights violations that this person has been involved in. The investigation into this person's human rights record is ongoing.

In a decision dated 13 April 2011, the EU placed Ahmad Reza Radan on its human rights sanctions list for its role in widespread and grave violations of the rights of Iranian citizens. According to this decision, Radan will be banned from entering the countries of this union and all his assets will be confiscated in Europe. According to the EU statement, Ahmad Reza Radan has been sanctioned for his responsibility in "beating", "killing" and "arbitrary detention of protesters".

In October 2010, the US Treasury Department, citing the role of Ahmad Reza Radan as the deputy commander of Iran's police forces in suppressing 2009 post-election protests and the Kahrizak events, placed him on its human rights sanctions list. According to this decision, Ahmad Reza Radan's potential assets in the United States will be seized and he will be barred from entering the country.