Interpol

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Interpol

(ˈɪntəˌpɒl)
n acronym for
(Law) International Criminal Police Organization, an association of over 100 national police forces, devoted chiefly to fighting international crime
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Noun1.Interpol - an international intelligence agency permitting collaboration among intelligence agencies around the world
international law enforcement agency - an international administrative unit responsible for law enforcement
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Interpol

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Because of the possible influences of the gruesome Nazi regime in the International Criminal Police Commission and the many misconceptions about it, this analysis relies largely on original data, which was collected as part of a larger project on the history of international policing (Deflem 2000, forthcoming).
The International Criminal Police Commission was founded in 1923 in Vienna, Austria, with the goal of forging international cooperation of criminal police (Deflem 2000).
Even then, Dressler wrote to FBI Director Hoover to affirm that despite the cancellation of the Berlin meeting, "the International Criminal Police Commission carries on their activities" (FBI 5/194x).

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