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23rd African Regional Conference

8 - 10 February 2016 - Brazzaville, Congo

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.

Established in 1962, the African Regional Conference takes place every two years in order to assess the state of police cooperation and the fight against transnational crime. It brings together Heads of Police and police cooperation bodies in the region to discuss specific crime-related problems.

Key issued to be considered during the African gathering include:

  • terrorism
  • drug trafficking
  • people smuggling
  • cybercrime
  • cooperation between INTERPOL and regional police bodies