Law enforcement missions from over 40 nations to arrive in Israel next week for three-day conference on crime fighting
Some 200 senior delegates from law enforcement agencies across 40 European nations will arrive in Israel next week, to attend the International Interpol Convention
This will be the first time Israel hosts the prestigious event
The Israel Police was selected to host the event, which aims to promote cooperation between law enforcement agencies and authorities worldwide.
The three-day conference will be held in Tel Aviv and headed by InterpolPresident Khoo Bon Hui and its Secretary-General Ronald Noble.
The various panels will discuss international strategies for 2012-2013, including international crime, terror, organized crime, financial and cyber crime, drug trafficking, human trafficking, illegal immigration and piracy.
The officials visiting Israel will be given a tour of some of the Israel Police facilities, as well as Jerusalem, the Dead Sea and Masada.
Interpol is the second largest organization in the world. It has 190 members and it enables a unique collaboration between nations on matters of law enforcement.
The Israel Police has nine delegates stationed in Interpol’s European base.
By Yaron Doron