Interpol is a telegraphic code for the world largest criminal  police organization (I.C.P.O) with 190 member countries. It's headquarters is in Lyon, France. It was formulated in 1914 by 23 countries in Monaco. In 1923 it was formed. In 1946 it’s headquarters was transferred from Vienna to Paris. In 1989 the headquarters was transferred from Paris to it’s current         place - Lyon in France.

The role of Interpol

It’s to enable police around the world to work together to make the world a safer place.

Preventing and fighting crime through international police cooperation.

INTERPOL’s  4 Core Functions

  • Secured global police communications services
  • Operational data Services and databases for police
  • Operational police support services
  • Police training and development