Events

14 avril 2014 - 16 avril 2014 | Kigali, Rwanda

6th International Expert Meeting on Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity

This meeting is hosted and supported by the Rwandan national police in the year 2014 when the world commemorates the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda.The aim of the conference is to enhance the cooperation and the exchange of information in the investigation and prosecution of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.Discussions will be...
02 avril 2014 - 04 avril 2014 | Lyon, France

10th Annual Heads of NCB Conference

This conference provides a unique opportunity for senior police officers to discuss issues on a global level.The event brings together the Heads of INTERPOL’s  National Central Bureaus from around the world to share information, exchange ideas and best practices and be updated on the latest activities and new resources of the Organization. Round table wo...
27 février 2014 - 28 février 2014 | Kigali, Rwanda

African Working Group on Cybercrime for Heads of Units (East Africa)

The rapid expansion of information technology and Internet services has opened up new opportunities for cybercriminals. The primary goal of this Working Group was to provide law enforcement agencies with a central platform through which they could share knowledge and expertise and discuss joint strategies to fight cybercrime in the region.Specific aims we...
26 février 2014 - 27 février 2014 | Nadi, Fiji

Match-fixing: protecting the beautiful game

International organized crime groups are increasingly involved in match-fixing in football. As well as damaging the integrity of the sport, the huge profits that are generated are used to fund other illegal activities.Match-fixing in football is a global challenge that requires a coordinated response from a variety of stakeholders on national, regional an...
04 février 2014 - 06 février 2014 | Tokyo, Japan

INTERPOL National Cybercrime Training Seminar

Cybercrime encompasses a wide range of offences, including attacks against computer data and financial systems, identity theft, online fraud, email scams such as phishing, and the distribution of child sexual abuse images.The fast-evolving technologies and changing methodologies adopted by cybercriminals present a significant challenge for investigators....