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INTERPOL World

14-16 April 2015, Singapore

With technological advancements occurring at an unprecedented scale, the world is now confronted with a host of new border-related crime threats that are increasingly complex and intertwined.

To address the rising demand for technology and capacity building, INTERPOL World – a new concept for an international forum – will bring the private and public sectors together to address the challenges facing the global policing industry.

The first INTERPOL World will be held in Singapore from 14 to 16 April 2015, alongside the official opening of the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI). It will serve as a catalyst to identify, develop and drive security initiatives for real world security situations across four key domains, but not limited to:

  • cybersecurity
  • safe cities
  • border management
  • supply chain security.

What to expect

  • Exhibition space: 27,000 sqm
  • Expected number of exhibiting companies: 250
  • Expected number of trade visitors: 8,000
  • Key decision-makers: Chiefs of police from INTERPOL’s 190 member countries

INTERPOL World is a new event coordinated by INTERPOL and supported by the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs.

It consists of four main pillars:

INTERPOL World Public-Private Partnership

INTERPOL World creates a public-private partnership to identify, develop and drive security initiatives for real world security situations across the four key domains.

INTERPOL World Expo

An exhibition that serves as a business and networking platform for manufacturers, distributors and R&D organizations to offer innovative solutions to international police organizations, governments and security professionals.

INTERPOL World Congress

A two-day knowledge sharing forum where INTERPOL and strategic partners can identify security threats and create joint solutions across the four key domains.

INTERPOL World Dialogue

A half-day high-level leadership forum for government policy makers, influencers and key industry leaders to identify and engage on impending and future threats facing the global security industry.