22 May 2015
Enhancing international police cooperation focus of meeting between Chinese Vice-Minister and INTERPOL Chief
LYON, France – Enhancing cooperation in combating transnational crime and police training were key issues during a meeting between China’s Vice-Minister for Public Security, Chongyuan Xia, and INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock at the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.
21 May 2015
INTERPOL Europe meeting develops regional collaboration against transnational crime
BUCHAREST, Romania – INTERPOL’s 43rd European Regional Conference has closed with senior law enforcement officials endorsing a set of measures to intensify regional cooperation and develop responses to transnational crime.
19 May 2015
INTERPOL meeting in Bucharest aims to set the course for European security
BUCHAREST, Romania – Senior law enforcement officials from throughout Europe have gathered in Bucharest for the 43rd INTERPOL European Regional Conference to enhance regional responses to the most pressing threats to global security.
13 May 2015
New INTERPOL notice could provide global link in targeting criminal assets
BERLIN, Germany – The development of new operational tools to assist law enforcement in tracing and recovering criminal assets was the focus of the INTERPOL Expert Working Group on the Identification, Location and Seizure of Assets.
05 May 2015
Global information sharing key to internal security: INTERPOL Chief
Terrorism, cybersecurity and migration top agenda at Salzburg Forum
ST. PÖLTEN, Austria – Sharing information and intelligence among a global law enforcement network is key to combating the threat of terrorism, INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock told a gathering of European Interior Ministers.
Integrity in sport
Profits from illegal betting and match-fixing run into hundreds of millions of euros each year, with large sums of money then channelled into other illegal activities. At INTERPOL, we are working to combat corruption in sport through a programme that combines training, education and prevention.
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