Enhanced collaboration against crime focus of UK Home Secretary visit

31 de agosto de 2018

SINGAPORE – Enhancing global efforts against transnational crime was the focus of a visit by UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid to the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore.

UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid visited the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore to enhance collaboration against crime.
UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid visited the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore to enhance collaboration against crime.
Secretary General Stock highlighted the UK’s ‘key leadership role’ in combating the most serious transnational crimes such as human trafficking.
Secretary General Stock highlighted the UK’s ‘key leadership role’ in combating the most serious transnational crimes such as human trafficking.
Discussions focused on terrorism, cybercrime and strengthening INTERPOL and the UK’s continued collaboration to address them.
Discussions focused on terrorism, cybercrime and strengthening INTERPOL and the UK’s continued collaboration to address them.
Meeting with INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock, Home Secretary Javid was briefed on a range of security issues.
Meeting with INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock, Home Secretary Javid was briefed on a range of security issues.
Home Secretary Javid also met with Silvino Schlickmann Jr., INTERPOL Executive Director of Technology and Innovation.
Home Secretary Javid also met with Silvino Schlickmann Jr., INTERPOL Executive Director of Technology and Innovation.
The UK delegation was also briefed on INTERPOL’s policing capabilities and range of global databases which support police in INTERPOL’s 192 member countries.
The UK delegation was also briefed on INTERPOL’s policing capabilities and range of global databases which support police in INTERPOL’s 192 member countries.
/

Meeting with INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock, Home Secretary Javid was briefed on a range of security issues in areas including terrorism, cybercrime and strengthening INTERPOL and the UK’s continued collaboration to address them.

Secretary General Stock highlighted the UK’s ‘key leadership role’ in combating the most serious transnational crimes such as human trafficking.

The Home Secretary was accompanied by British High Commissioner in Singapore Scott Wightman, and Matthew Collins, Director of Prevent Strategy, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism.

The delegation was also briefed on INTERPOL’s policing capabilities and range of global databases which support police in INTERPOL’s 192 member countries.

The UK has a long history of cooperation with INTERPOL, dating back more than a century to when the country took part in the first International Criminal Police Congress held in Monaco in 1914, where the original idea of establishing INTERPOL was born.

Países participantes

Véase también