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 to share and develop best practices to combat counterfeiting and piracy crimes. Held on an annual basis, it brings together police, customs, regulatory agencies, private sector intellectual property crime investigators and prosecutors.
19 May 2015 - 21 May 2015 | Romania

43rd European Regional Conference

INTERPOL convenes regular regional conferences in Europe, Africa, the Americas and Asia, bringing together police from to share experiences and discuss ways to tackle common crime issues.
15 April 2015 - 17 April 2015 | Singapore

22nd Asian Regional Conference

Recognizing the value of bringing together police within a region to share experiences and tackle common crime issues, INTERPOL convenes regular regional conferences for Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe.
14 April 2015 - 16 April 2015 | Singapore


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 focused on four key areas: cybersecurity, safe cities, border management and supply chain security.
24 March 2015 - 26 March 2015 | Lyon, France

11th Annual Heads of NCB Conference

This conference provides a unique opportunity for senior police officers to discuss issues on a global level.The event brings together the Heads of INTERPOL’s National Central Bureaus from around the world to share information, exchange ideas and best practices and be updated on the latest activities and new resources of the Organization. Round table wor...
11 March 2015 - 13 March 2015 | Lyon, France

9th International Symposium on the Theft of and Illicit Traffic in Works of Art, Cultural Property and Antiques

The illicit trafficking in cultural objects is a problem that affects both developed and developing countries alike. It is driven by a demand within the art market and has become more prevalent due to the improvement in transport, the opening of international borders and political and religious instability in some regions.