INTERPOL on June 5, 2012 released the following:
“MEDELLIN, Colombia ‒ A working session of Heads of National Central Bureaus (NCBs) of INTERPOL’s Americas region has been held in the framework of the 10th Regional Conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, which also involved AMERIPOL.
The two-day event (4-5 June) was attended by INTERPOL’s President Khoo Boon Hui, Vice President for the Americas and Director General of the National Police of Colombia, Oscar Adolfo Naranjo Trujillo, Executive Committee member for the Americas and Head of INTERPOL’s Washington National Central Bureau, Tim Williams and Executive Committee member for Asia, Nobuyuki Kawai.
In his welcome address, Mr Khoo Boon Hui underlined how ‘cooperation between INTERPOL, the International Association of Chiefs of Police and AMERIPOL is essential if we wish to constantly strive to combat crime the best we can, here in the Americas and in the rest of the world’.
Some 20 senior police officials from the region took part in the working session focused on promoting international cooperation and exchange of information between countries in the Americas, INTERPOL NCBs and specialist enforcement agencies.”
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