As a new and constantly evolving type of crime, traditional law enforcement agencies do not necessarily have the knowledge and skills to tackle cybercrime alone. Partnerships with other organizations allow INTERPOL and its member countries to benefit from the cyber and technological expertise available in the public, private and academic sectors.
INTERPOL has entered into a number of such partnerships to assist police in the fight against cybercrime. Some closer relationships, known as strategic partnerships, have been developed with select partners with whom INTERPOL works especially closely to develop new tools, services or activities.
Our partners offer expertise in the field of cybercrime which complements that of INTERPOL and law enforcement, including safety information and advice for the public.
Secondment of experts
We are calling for public and private organizations to cooperate with us against cybercrime, through the secondment of experts to the IGCI in Singapore.