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72nd INTERPOL General Assembly

Benidorm, Spain - 29 September-2 October 2003

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02 October 2003

INTERPOL General Assembly adopts new tools to fight crime

BENIDORM, Spain - 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.Among the measures agreed upon during the four-day meeting of INTERPOL member nations in Benidorm: a strict Security Charter to ens...
01 October 2003

INTERPOL Assembly adopts communications Security Charter

BENIDORM, Spain - Delegates to INTERPOL's annual General Assembly have adopted a strict new Security Charter to ensure trust in the use of the organization's state-of-the-art police communication system, I-24/7.The resolution adopted by conference delegates - who came to Benidorm from 157 of INTERPOL's 181 member countries - commits users of the I-24/7 ne...
30 September 2003

INTERPOL calls on world's police to use databases more effectively

BENIDORM, Spain -- INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has called on delegates to the organization's annual General Assembly to expand their use of INTERPOL's array of criminal information databases in the fight against international crime.Speaking in Benidorm on the first day of INTERPOL's 72nd General Assembly, Mr Noble said police from its 181 m...
29 September 2003

INTERPOL launches annual General Assembly in Benidorm, Spain

BENIDORM, Spain - INTERPOL's 72nd annual General Assembly has opened with the organization's largest ever gathering of high-ranking police officers, law enforcement officials and security experts from 157 of INTERPOL's 181 member nations.The conference, to run from 29 September to 2 October, will focus on issues such as terrorism, illegal immigration, org...