Transnational Crimes - Coggle Diagram
Interpol assisted national, regional and international law enforcement bodies to counter the illicit production, trafficking and abuse of drugs in the following ways:
Global operations against drug trafficking and assistance to ongoing investigations
Criminal analysis of intelligence on drug trafficking routes, modus operandi and the criminal networks involved.
Comprehensive training for police worldwide to better tackle drug trafficking.
Targeting drug trafficking on land, sea, and air channels leads to significant seizures and new information.
After being held for the first time in Latin America in 2013, it quickly spread to other parts of the world.
To combat the trafficking in illicit goods in South America
The following countries participated in Operation Jupiter X (2020): Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela
Disrupts the online sales of illicit luxury and fashion products in participating countries and the region
The following countries participated in Operation I-Hawk in 2020-21: Cambodia, China, Hong Kong (China), Republic of Korea and Vietnam.
targets officers from national counter-terrorism units, intelligence and investigation officers from cyber units, and any other national agencies responsible for investigating and combating the use of Internet for terrorism purposes.
Reinforce counter-terrorism capacity and expertise in the 10 countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Initially a three-year initiative (2017-2020), it has been extended until February 2021.
Uses biometric data to help detect foreign terrorist fighters and criminals who try to cross borders illegitimately
This operation was done in Mediterranean (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Moldova in 2022
Operation Trojan Shield / Greenlight
Involved in fighting against drug trafficking and arms trafficking