Interpol, UN to partner to fight crime

10/12/2009 | · Washington Post, The

There will be fewer places for criminals to hide once the new U.N./Interpol-backed "global policing policy" is launched. Representatives from 60 nations, including the U.S. and China, are meeting in Singapore to discuss the joint effort to increase the world's ability to track the movement of criminals through shared resources such as DNA records, fingerprints, photographs and fugitive notices.

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