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73rd INTERPOL General Assembly

Cancún, Mexico - 5-8 October 2004

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08 October 2004

New INTERPOL President chosen by General Assembly.

CANCUN, Mexico - Delegates at the 73rd INTERPOL General Assembly have elected Jackie Selebi, National Commissioner of the South African Police Service as the organization's new President.A former representative of South Africa at the United Nations, Commissioner Selebi replaces the outgoing President Jesús Espigares Mira, Director of the Criminal Investig...
08 October 2004

INTERPOL General Assembly adopts new anti-crime measures.

CANCUN, Mexico - INTERPOL's annual General Assembly ended with delegates endorsing a number of important resolutions aimed at improving efficiency and cooperation among the world's police as they combat international crime.'We share a heavy burden,' Secretary Ronald K. Noble. Noble told delegates. 'To a large extent, the well-being of society depends on o...
05 October 2004

INTERPOL calls for wider data access for the world's police

CANCUN, Mexico - INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble launched the organization's 73rd INTERPOL General Assembly with a call for member countries to give more rank and file police officers direct access to critical information in INTERPOL's criminal databases.'Our purpose must be to bring the right information to frontline police officers, in the ri...