22 November 2014

INTERPOL Secretary General discusses terrorism issues with NYPD Commissioner

NEW YORK CITY, USA – INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock has met with New York City Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner William J. Bratton to identify areas for increased cooperation between the two organizations, with a focus on combating the growing global threat of terrorism.

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19 November 2014

Dublin conference aims to set roadmap for combating pharmaceutical crime

DUBLIN, Ireland – A global conference attended by senior law enforcement officials from across the world as well as representatives from government, intergovernmental organizations and the pharmaceutical industry will review progress during the last 10 years and set the path for future activities to turn back pharmaceutical crime.

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17 November 2014

INTERPOL seeks public assistance to locate environmental crime fugitives in global operation

LYON, France – An INTERPOL operation targeting fugitives wanted for environmental crimes is calling on the public worldwide to help locate them and bring them to justice.

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12 November 2014

Forced labour key issue at INTERPOL trafficking in human beings conference

Secretary General Stock underlines need for investigation and prosecution resources

LYON, France – With an estimated 21 million victims trafficked worldwide, generating billions in profits, forced labour is a crucial issue at the INTERPOL Global Trafficking in Human Beings Conference which began today.

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07 November 2014

Germany’s Jürgen Stock elected new INTERPOL Secretary General

MONTE CARLO, Monaco – INTERPOL’s General Assembly has unanimously elected Jürgen Stock as the new Secretary General of the world’s largest police organization.

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INTERPOL Secretary General discusses terrorism issues with NYPD Commissioner

Dublin conference aims to set roadmap for combating pharmaceutical crime

INTERPOL seeks public assistance to locate environmental crime fugitives in global operation

Forced labour key issue at INTERPOL trafficking in human beings conference

Germany’s Jürgen Stock elected new INTERPOL Secretary General

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24 November 2014

Conference consolidates regional efforts against intellectual property crime in Middle East and North Africa

Attended by 300 delegates from 13 countries, the 4th Regional IP conference for the Middle East and North Africa provided a strong platform for discussing emerging trends in intellectual property crime and best practices for countering them. Delegates studied the links between trafficking in illicit goods and counterfeiting with other organized crimes suc...
24 November 2014

INTERPOL brings together sporting event security experts to exchange best practices

BRASILIA, Brazil – INTERPOL brought together security experts from Brazil, which recently hosted the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and Qatar, host of the 2022 event, to share best practices on how to ensure security at major sporting events.Through its Project Stadia, INTERPOL gathered Qatari police trainers and representatives from the Qatar Supreme Committee for...
21 November 2014

INTERPOL holds training courses to tackle forest crime in South America

LIMA, Peru – INTERPOL has held a series of training courses in South America to assist law enforcement in the region in effectively tackling a range of forest crimes.Some 29 participants from law enforcement across 13 countries in Central and South America gathered in Lima for a five-day (17-21 November) training course aimed at developing and improving i...
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19 November 2014 - 20 November 2014 | Dublin, Ireland

Ten Years of Combating Pharmaceutical Crime: Review and prospects

During the past 10 years, a number of partners at the international, regional and national levels have intensified efforts to combat pharmaceutical crime with the aim of protecting public health and ensuring safety of pharmaceutical and medical products supply systems.
14 April 2015 - 16 April 2015 | Singapore

INTERPOL World

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. This cross-sector event will drive security initiatives in four key areas: cybersecurity, safe cities, border management and supply chain security.

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