New Action Plan to Fight Organized Crime Announced in Austria

Each organization will give the other access to its online training portals – the INTERPOL Global Learning Centre and the OSCE Policing Online Information System.

INTERPOL and the Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) have reached agreement on a joint action plan to fight transnational threats, including organized crime and terrorism. The three-year plan was signed last week by OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier and INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock during the 45th INTERPOL European Regional Conference held in Austria.

Key areas for their cooperation include border security, counterterrorism, forensic and police data management, fugitive investigative support, combating human trafficking, illicit drugs, and firearms tracing.

"Since the signing of our Memorandum of Understanding in 2014, our two organizations have closely cooperated and supported each other in a number of capacity building activities in addressing transnational crime," said Zannier. "This Joint Action Plan will also provide the foundation for developing joint capacity-building projects, including the development of training materials and tools and the implementation of joint training courses. This will help us further strengthen our cooperation with INTERPOL and deepen our partnership."

"Today's threat landscape is increasingly complex, requiring a cohesive and effective global response. This joint action plan will provide a more strategic and concrete blueprint for our activities which will benefit our member countries in terms of enhancing security," Stock agreed.

Each organization will give the other access to its online training portals – the INTERPOL Global Learning Centre and the OSCE Policing Online Information System.

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