Integridad en el deporte

Los beneficios obtenidos de las apuestas ilícitas y el amaño de partidos ascienden a cientos de millones de euros cada año, buena parte de los cuales se destinan a otras actividades ilícitas. En INTERPOL nos dedicamos a combatir la corrupción en el deporte a través de un programa que aúna formación, concienciación y prevención.

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03 marzo 2015

INTERPOL encourages global action on World Wildlife Day

INTERPOL is backing World Wildlife Day as part of the Organization’s ongoing efforts to support law enforcement around the globe in promoting environmental security.

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Delitos farmacológicos

Los delitos farmacológicos consisten en la fabricación, el comercio y la distribución de instrumental médico y fármacos falsos, robados o ilícitos. Estos productos suponen un grave peligro para la salud pública, ya que los medicamentos falsos pueden ser dañinos e incluso mortales. En INTERPOL trabajamos para desmantelar las redes de delincuenci...

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23 febrero 2015

Namibian President launches national INTERPOL Turn Back Crime campaign

OSHAKATI, Namibia ‒ Highlighting the important role citizens can play in helping police turn back crime, Namibia’s President Hifikepunye Pohamba launched his country’s Turn Back Crime campaign at the Oshakati Independence Stadium as part of the Namibian Police Force’s 24th anniversary.

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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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19 febrero 2015

El intercambio de información es un mecanismo eficaz para capturar a los combatientes terroristas extranjeros, declara el jefe de INTERPOL

WASHINGTON D.C. (Estados Unidos) – El Secretario General de INTERPOL, Jürgen Stock, destacó el papel que un intercambio de información y una gestión fronteriza eficaces pueden desempeñar, a través de la red planetaria de la organización policial mundial, en el ámbito de la lucha contra el peligro mundial que plantean los combatientes terroristas extranjeros.

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Integridad en el deporte

INTERPOL encourages global action on World Wildlife Day

Pharmaceutical crime

Namibian President launches national INTERPOL Turn Back Crime campaign

Cybercrime

El intercambio de información es un mecanismo eficaz para capturar a los combatientes terroristas extranjeros, declara el jefe de INTERPOL

Más noticias All News
20 febrero 2015

Togo police arrest suspected child rapist accused of kidnapping two girls from Benin

LOMÉ, Togo – A suspected child rapist from Niger accused of kidnapping two girls in Benin after he escaped from a Niamey prison has been arrested in Togo following international cooperation via INTERPOL.Amadou Boubacar was identified and taken into custody following a joint investigation involving police in Benin, Togo and Niger, supported by INTERPOL’s C...
23 febrero 2015

Zambia hosts INTERPOL training session against wildlife crime

LUSAKA, Zambia – INTERPOL has held a wildlife crime training course to enhance the skills of police and wildlife officials from Malawi and Zambia in effectively enforcing environmental laws.With a keynote address at the opening ceremony by Zambia’s Inspector General of Police, Stella M. Libongani, trainees from Police, Environmental Authorities and Custom...
Actividades All events
11 marzo 2015 - 13 marzo 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.
14 abril 2015 - 16 abril 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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