Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization), a cooperative association of more than 170 national law-enforcement agencies. (The United States is represented by an official of the Treasury Department.) Interpol keeps records on international criminals and maintains a vast communications network for exchanging police information. It does not employ investigators, but members often conduct investigations for each other. Interpol was formed in Vienna in 1923 and reestablished in Paris in 1946. Headquarters are in Lyon, France.
In the park. On the bus. At the mall. At your job. Is there any place you can go and not be watched? After reading this article, you may agree the answer is "no."
Interpol is an international police agency that tracks criminals across national borders. Lean about Interpol and find out how Interpol is organized.