International Criminal Police Organization - INTERPOL (ICPO-INTERPOL)

Organisation internationale de police criminelle - INTERPOL (OIPC-INTERPOL)
Organización Internacional de Policia Criminal - INTERPOL

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1923-09 Vienna Austria


Established as a nongovernmental body.

Reconstituted and headquarters transferred from Vienna to Paris (France) in 1946. Emblem adopted, 1949. Moved from Paris to Lyon (France), 1989.

Constitution modified and present name adopted, 1956, Vienna. Constitution amended: 1962, Madrid (Spain); 1964, Caracas (Venezuela); 1967, Kyoto (Japan); 1968, Teheran (Iran Islamic Rep); 1974, Cannes (France); 1975, Buenos Aires (Argentina); 1977, Stockholm (Sweden).

Currently functions as an international intergovernmental organization.


Prevent and fight crime through enhanced cooperation and innovation on police and security matters.


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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee; General Secretariat, located in Lyon (France); INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (Singapore); Regional Bureaus (7); Special Representative Offices (3). Each member country runs a National Central Bureau (NCB). Commission for the Control of INTERPOL's files (CCF) is an independent body providing advice and supervising the processing of requests from individuals.


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