The security landscape is evolving with the advancement of technologies. Criminals are taking advantage of technology, ease of international travel and the anonymous world of virtual business to disrupt public security and commercial stability.
Yet, technology alone cannot be the only solution to counter technological risk and threats. A strategic response has to be taken into account to fight transnational organized crime.
A conscientious effort from law enforcement agencies, businesses and citizens, is necessary to protect ourselves, our assets and our property.
Prevent. Detect. Investigate.
INTERPOL’s role is to enable police around the world to work together to make the world a safer place.
A high-tech infrastructure of technical and operational support helps meet the growing challenges of fighting crime in the 21st century.
INTERPOL’s range of policing capabilities to support its 190 member countries includes databases of police information on criminals and crime, operational support, forensics and analysis services, and training on how to use its tools.
All these policing capabilities are delivered worldwide and support three global programmes that INTERPOL considers to be the most pressing today: Counter-terrorism, Cybercrime, and Organized and Emerging Crime.
INTERPOL’s General Secretariat is based in Lyon, France, supported by the Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore,
seven regional bureaus and Special Representative offices at the European Union, the United Nations and the African Union. Each member country runs an INTERPOL National Central Bureau, staffed by national law enforcement officials.
For more info: www.interpol-world.com