02 September 2015

Tackling global threat of improvised explosive devices focus of international forum

CANBERRA, Australia ‒ The first global meeting to address the threat of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), which kill and injure tens of thousands of people around the world each year, has opened in Australia.

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01 September 2015

INTERPOL Chief and Australian Minister for Justice discuss security issues

CANBERRA, Australia – Combating terrorism and the foreign terrorist fighter threat were high on the agenda in a meeting today between INTERPOL’s Secretary General and the Australian Minister for Justice in Canberra.

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31 August 2015

INTERPOL-coordinated EU project outlines roadmap against unregulated e-waste

LYON, France – A comprehensive two-year investigation into Europe’s used and waste electronics market has concluded that  illicitly traded or unregulated e-waste within the region represents some 10 times the quantity of undocumented e-waste exported from Europe.

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Pharmaceutical crime

Pharmaceutical crime involves the manufacture, trade and distribution of fake, stolen or illicit medicines and medical devices. These products pose a major threat to public health as counterfeit medicines can be harmful or even fatal. At INTERPOL we are working to dismantle the international organized criminal networks behind this type of crime.

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Financial crime

Financial crimes affect individuals, companies, organizations and even nations, and have a negative impact on the entire economic and social system. At INTERPOL, we run initiatives to combat crimes related to payment cards, money laundering, counterfeit currency and security documents, and fraud.

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Crimes against children

Crimes against children represent a huge challenge for police worldwide and require specialized skills and increased resources. At INTERPOL, we encourage our member countries to make use of our specialized tools to help identify victims from photos and films. Other services help police to track offenders internationally.

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Cybercrime

Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing areas of crime, due to the speed, convenience and anonymity of modern technologies and the Internet. INTERPOL’s cybercrime programme works to identify emerging threats and to develop tools and services to enable police to respond on an international level.

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Environmental crime

Environmental crime is not restricted by borders, and can affect a nation’s economy, security and even its existence. At INTERPOL, we coordinate a global, cross-sector response to the issues, and lead operations to dismantle the criminal networks behind wildlife and pollution crimes.

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Tackling global threat of improvised explosive devices focus of international forum

INTERPOL Chief and Australian Minister for Justice discuss security issues

INTERPOL-coordinated EU project outlines roadmap against unregulated e-waste

Pharmaceutical crime

Financial crime

Crimes against children

Cybercrime

Environmental crime

News All News
25 August 2015

INTERPOL meeting in Singapore gathers fisheries investigators

SINGAPORE – INTERPOL has brought together investigators from nine countries investigating the operations of a fleet of vessels allegedly illegally fishing for toothfish in the Southern Ocean around Antarctica to share information from ongoing investigations and successful prosecutions.With such investigations not exclusively related to fisheries offences...
20 August 2015

INTERPOL cancels Red Notices in relation to Rafat Ali Rizvi and Hesham al-Warraq

LYON, France – INTERPOL announces that it has cancelled and deleted the Red Notices – or international wanted persons alerts – regarding Rafat Ali Rizvi (a citizen of the United Kingdom) and Hesham Talaat Mohammed Besheer al-Warraq (a citizen of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia). This action follows INTERPOL’s consideration of matters relating to Mr Rizvi and...
Events All events
02 September 2015 - 04 September 2015 | Canberra, Australia

International Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (IEDs) Leaders’ Forum

In the face of the growing international threat presented by Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), INTERPOL, the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Department of Defence will host an inaugural Forum to gather key representatives from government, law enforcement and military services and promote strategic cooperation between them.
08 September 2015 - 10 September 2015 | Singapore

INTERPOL Forensics Workshop for Southeast Asia and the Pacific

This workshop will enable delegates to familiarize themselves with the different INTERPOL forensic tools and services that can enhance their national counter-terrorism initiatives. It will also encourage the continued international exchange of information and biometric data for counter-terrorism.
22 September 2015 - 24 September 2015 | Buenos Aires, Argentina

9th International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property Crime Conference

This operational conference provides a unique forum for delegates from a variety of sectors to share best practices in the fight against counterfeiting and piracy crimes.
30 September 2015 - 02 October 2015 | The Hague, The Netherlands

Europol-INTERPOL Cybercrime Conference

The three-day event will bring together the top executives of cybercrime units from around the world in order to further strengthen their cooperation.
07 October 2015 - 09 October 2015 | Singapore

The INTERPOL Firearm Forensics Symposium (IFFS)

This event is designed for individuals who investigate firearms related crimes, heads of police agencies and those who shape policy aimed at combating firearm crime.

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