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This article reports Swaziland transitioning from a training-only police college to a degree-granting police academy. In addition to offering “advanced and specialised police studies at the level of diplomas and degrees,” the academy “will also serve as a centre of … Continue reading
Interpol members have voted 75-24 to admit the Palestinian Authority, bring the total number of participating countries to 192, according to this article. Among the countries still seeking membership are Taiwan and Kosovo.
At its annual General Assembly in Bali, Interpol declined Taiwan’s request to participate in observer status, and declined the Palestinian application to become a member state. On the sidelines, Interpol signed a cooperation agreement with GCCPOL, the new regional association … Continue reading
Interpol holds its 85th General Assembly November 7-10 in Bali, Indonesia. Among the agenda items are applications for membership from Taiwan and the Palestinian Authority. Taiwan was previously a member but was forced to withdraw in 1984 at China’s insistence. … Continue reading
This op-ed compliments police in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao for improved cross-border cooperation in recent years, citing several specific examples of intercepting organized crime groups, and also noting increased emphasis on community policing and accountability.