At INTERPOL, we believe that partnerships with other organizations in the public and private sectors are essential in order to tackle challenges in common areas.
Transnational crime cannot be countered by the law enforcement community in isolation. By engaging in partnerships across sectors, we can share expertise, technology and resources, and so strengthen our joint response.
External organizations can bring a new and valuable dimension to INTERPOL’s activities, with their contributions benefiting INTERPOL’s entire network of 190 member countries.
Cooperation across sectors
Other public-sector partners include the World Customs Organization, CEMAC (Economic Community of Central African States) and numerous government agencies.
We also work with select partners from the private sector, encompassing both for-profit entities and non-profit bodies, such as non-governmental organizations and foundations.