81st INTERPOL General Assembly

6 de noviembre de 2012
The 81st General Assembly took place in Rome, Italy

5-8 November 2012 - Rome, Italy

The General Assembly is INTERPOL's supreme governing body and comprises delegates appointed by the governments of member countries.

It meets once a year and takes all the major decisions affecting general policy, the resources needed for international cooperation, working methods, finances and programmes of activities. These decisions are in the form of resolutions.

Resolutions adopted by the 81st General Assembly

INTERPOL Secretary General, Ronald K. Noble, highlighted the 'formidable' threats faced by police today as the effects of violent events can spread quickly across borders.
INTERPOL President Khoo Boon Hui at the General Assembly.
The General Assembly opened with a high-level Ministerial meeting.
The 81st session of the INTERPOL General Assembly opened with a meeting of nearly 100 ministers from around the world to discuss issues of contemporary violence.
Panel discussions covered new aspects of contemporary violence, extremism and ultraviolence, and the role for police.
Italian Minister of Interior, Annamaria Cancellieri, called on the international community to help INTERPOL expand its operations so that all police officers have access to its global services.
The General Assembly was hosted by the Italian National Police.
At the conclusion of the meeting, the Ministers adopted a Declaration calling on all member countries to develop a common approach to effectively respond to the new challenges facing police worldwide.
As one of the many speakers of the day, Spain’s Minister of the Interior, Jorge Fernández Díaz, contributed to the panel discussion on terrorist violence.
The 81st session of the INTERPOL General Assembly opened with a meeting of nearly 100 ministers from around the world to discuss issues of contemporary violence.
The meeting aimed to identify viable strategies to effectively prevent, repress and respond to the changing modes of contemporary criminal violence.
INTERPOL President, Khoo Boon Hui, said the Ministerial meeting would provide a platform for greater global cooperation and action against transnational criminal violence
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This year’s INTERPOL General Assembly opened with a ministerial meeting bringing together justice, security and home affairs ministers from some 100 countries. The theme for discussion was ‘Challenges for police facing contemporary criminal violence’.

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