The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)

http://www.interpol.int

The International Criminal Police Organization - INTERPOL, with Headquarters in Lyon (France), is the world’s largest international police organization, with 190 member countries, each represented by a National Central Bureau. Created in 1923, INTERPOL facilitates international police co-operation via its global police communication system, databases, training and specific assistance in cross-border operations. INTERPOL has developed via its National Central Bureau’s a worldwide network of experts in areas related to specialized police activities. The day-to-day support is provided by more than 600 staff members at the General Secretariat and in its Regional Bureaus. To accomplish INTERPOL’s mission, its General Secretariat functions through a wide range of specialized units, such as public safety and terrorism, trafficking in human beings, organized crime, financial and high-tech crime, drug trafficking, intellectual property crime and anti-corruption. Pursuant to INTERPOL’s Constitution, action is taken within the limits of the laws existing in different countries and in the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

INTERPOL Team

Tobias Zwingler

Tobias Zwingler

Caroline Goemans-Dorny

Caroline Goemans-Dorny

Sabine Berghs

Sabine Berghs