Interpol

noun an international intelligence agency permitting collaboration among intelligence agencies around the world
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Interpol

[TVB] This category is for articles on the European Union, not individual members. ...
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Interpol

Agency founded following the Second International Judicial Police Conference (1923) with its headquarters in Vienna, and reconstituted after World War II with its headquarters in Paris. It has an...
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Interpol

Agency founded following the Second International Judicial Police Conference (1923) with its headquarters in Vienna, and reconstituted after World War II with its headquarters in Paris. It has an international criminal register, fingerprint file, and methods index. There are 158 countries contributing to Interpol's annual budget of around £...
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Interpol

intergovernmental organization that facilitates cooperation between the criminal police forces of more than 180 countries. Interpol aims to promote ... [3 related articles]
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Interpol

International Criminal Police Organization
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Interpol

International Criminal Police Organization
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Interpol

Interpol is an international police organisation with headquarters in Paris.
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