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74th INTERPOL General Assembly

Berlin, Germany - 19-22 September 2005

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22 September 2005

INTERPOL creates new tools to fight global crime, terrorism

BERLIN – INTERPOL's unique role at the centre of global law enforcement has been significantly enhanced by a series of resolutions agreed on at its 74th General Assembly.Decisions endorsed by delegates were aimed at supporting member countries in combating terrorism and other international crime and to provide a united police response to major internation...
17 September 2005

INTERPOL General Assembly elects new Executive Committee members

BERLIN - Delegates to the 74th INTERPOL General Assembly have elected five new members to the Executive Committee, which supervises the execution of the decisions of the General Assembly and oversees the work of the INTERPOL General Secretariat in Lyon, France.The new members are as follows: Vice President for Asia: U.S. Misra (India); Delegates for E...
21 September 2005

INTERPOL to introduce new international notice to assist UN

BERLIN – INTERPOL's 74th General Assembly has adopted a number of measures aimed at assisting the United Nations in its efforts to combat terrorism and the financing of terrorist activity.INTERPOL will create a new international Notice, for global distribution at the request of the United Nations, informing police in member countries that certain individu...
20 September 2005

Ronald K. Noble wins second term as INTERPOL Secretary General

BERLIN – Ronald K. Noble has been appointed by delegates at the 74th INTERPOL General Assembly to serve a second five-year term as the organization’s Secretary General unanimously.Mr. Noble was appointed to his first term as Secretary General in November 2000. At the 2004 INTERPOL General Assembly in Cancun, Mexico, he was nominated unanimously by the Exe...
19 September 2005

INTERPOL annual General Assembly opens in Berlin, Germany

BERLIN - INTERPOL’s 74th General Assembly opened on Monday with a call for enhanced international police co-operation and broader use of INTERPOL’s data and communications services to fight terrorism and international crime.Nearly 600 law enforcement delegates from 154 member countries have gathered in Berlin, making it the largest General Assembly in the...
25 August 2005

Media invitation for 74th INTERPOL General Assembly in Germany

LYON, France – Senior law enforcement officials and security experts from around the world will meet in Berlin, Germany, for the 74th INTERPOL General Assembly from 19-22 September, 2005.In addition to focusing on National Central Bureaus and their role in combating international crime, including terrorism, drugs, human trafficking and financial crime, me...