Kim Jong Yang elected as new President of Interpol
Kim Jong Yang, a South Korean police officer, has been elected the new President of Interpol for a two-year term. He succeeded Meng Hongwei of China. The decision was taken at the 87th General Assembly of the Agency in Dubai, UAE. The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) is the international organization that facilitates international police cooperation. Its’ headquarters is located at Lyo, France. Its work focuses primarily on public safety and battling transnational crimes against humanity, child pornography, cybercrime, drug trafficking, environmental crime, genocide, etc.
Topics: 6th arrondissement of Lyon • Child Pornography • Crime • Environmental crime • Humans • International criminal law • Interpol • Kim Jong Yang • Meng • Meng Hongwei • Prevention • Transnational crime