Union internationale des syndicats de police (UISP)
International Union of Police Federations
Unión Internacional de Federaciones de Policia
29 Jun 1953, as successor to H-XH2367 - International Federation of Police Officials, set up 17-18 May 1927, Luxembourg. Subsequently known as International Union of Police Trade Unions. Merged with U-XE4326 - Standing Committee of Police in Europe (SCOPE), to form D-XD9121 - European Confederation of Police (EuroCOP), Nov 2002.
Promote communication between police officials; secure crime prevention and international cooperation concerning economic and environmental crimes; promote inclusion of women in police service; oppose human rights violations, racial discrimination and apartheid.
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Congress (every 3 years); Executive Committee (meets annually).
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