Cybercrime

Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing areas of crime, due to the speed, convenience and anonymity of modern technologies and the Internet. INTERPOL’s cybercrime programme works to identify emerging threats and to develop tools and services to enable police to respond on an international level.

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26 June 2015

INTERPOL offers full support following terror attacks in France, Tunisia, Kuwait and Somalia

LYON, France – INTERPOL has offered its full support to French, Tunisian, Kuwaiti and Somalian authorities following four separate terrorist attacks which have left more than 80 people dead and many more injured.

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26 June 2015

Police cooperation focus of visit by Gabon Minister of Interior to INTERPOL

LYON, France – Gabon’s Minister of Interior, Public Security and Immigration, Guy Bertrand Mapangou, was updated on how INTERPOL’s global tools and services can further enhance national and regional security during a visit to the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.

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25 June 2015

Official visit to INTERPOL by Frances Fitzgerald, Ireland’s Minister for Justice and Equality

Organized crime, illegal immigration and terrorism on agenda

LYON, France – Enhanced cooperation in combating transnational organized crime was high on the agenda during a visit of Ireland’s Minister for Justice and Equality to the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters today.

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25 June 2015

INTERPOL’s Turn Back Crime campaign wins award on World Anti-Counterfeiting Day

PARIS, France – Turn Back Crime,the campaign developed by INTERPOL to raise awareness on how transnational organized crime such as international counterfeiting can affect the general public on a daily level, has received the 2015 Media Award from the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group (GACG).

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22 June 2015

Traffickers arrested in Côte d’Ivoire operation targeting child trafficking and forced labour

SAN PEDRO, Côte d’Ivoire – More than 48 children have been rescued and 22 people arrested following an operation targeting child trafficking and exploitation in Côte d’Ivoire.

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Cybercrime

INTERPOL offers full support following terror attacks in France, Tunisia, Kuwait and Somalia

Police cooperation focus of visit by Gabon Minister of Interior to INTERPOL

Official visit to INTERPOL by Frances Fitzgerald, Ireland’s Minister for Justice and Equality

INTERPOL’s Turn Back Crime campaign wins award on World Anti-Counterfeiting Day

Traffickers arrested in Côte d’Ivoire operation targeting child trafficking and forced labour

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02 July 2015

Forensic document examination focus of Balkans INTERPOL training

SKOPJE, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – Enhancing regional expertise in detecting counterfeit security documents is the focus of a train-the-trainer course in Skopje on security document examination delivered by INTERPOL’s Counterfeit and Security Documents Branch (CSDB).Some 30 border and immigration officials and forensic document examiners from...
29 June 2015

Global action against online air ticket fraudsters sees 130 detained

LYON, France – An international law enforcement operation targeting airline fraudsters has resulted in the detention and investigation of 130 individuals found in possession of tickets bought using stolen credit card details.The two-day operation (16 and 17 June) was organized globally by: Europol in The Hague, the Netherlands; INTERPOL through its Genera...
26 June 2015

INTERPOL Storm meeting looks to enhance investigative expertise in pharmaceutical crime

SINGAPORE – Enhancing the capacity of police, customs and health regulatory officials to investigate pharmaceutical crime was the focus of a meeting held under the umbrella of the Storm Enforcement Network.Bringing together more than 40 participants from 11 countries (Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, T...
26 June 2015

Identifying new and emerging terrorist threats in Asia-Pacific focus of INTERPOL programme

DANANG, Vietnam – Counter-terrorism and intelligence specialists have taken part in the INTERPOL Project Pacific working group meeting on new and emerging terrorist threats and trends in the Asia Pacific region.The three-day (23 – 25 June) meeting launched the two-year INTERPOL Capacity Building Programme on countering transnational terrorism and other se...

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