Organized crime starts with money

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Buying fake or pirated goods can fuel the underground activities of criminal networks. You might think you’re getting a good deal on your new handbag or DVD, but did you know the profits could be funding the illegal drugs or arms trade? By changing your shopping habits and buying only from reputable outlets, you can reduce the money being channelled into illegal activities.

INTERPOL: 100 years of innovation

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INTERPOL is a truly global organization, working to turn back crime. The journey began 100 years ago at the first International Criminal Police Congress in Monaco. Crimes have evolved dramatically since 1914, as have the tools and services used to combat them. Today, INTERPOL continues to adapt and respond to new challenges, supporting its 190 member countries in their commitment to making the world a safer place.

Turn Back Crime campaign wins award on World Anti-Counterfeiting Day

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One year after its official launch, the Turn Back Crime campaign has been recognized with an award from the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group.

 

INTERPOL Operation Opson IV - Mozzarella seizure

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In a joint operation coordinated by INTERPOL and Europol, thousands of tonnes of dangerous fake and sub-standard food and drink were seized across 47 countries.

INTERPOL Operation Opson IV - Frozen food seizure

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In a joint operation coordinated by INTERPOL and Europol, thousands of tonnes of dangerous fake and sub-standard food and drink were seized across 47 countries.

Rwanda illuminates Turn Back Crime with Kigali launch ceremony

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Rwanda's Inspector General of Police, Emmanuel K Gasana, describes the importance of INTERPOL's Turn Back Crime campaign in Rwanda. The children of Kigali launched Rwanda's campaign during a candle-lighting ceremony on 25 November 2014, the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

 

Turn Back Crime kicks off in Algeria

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Algeria's national football team launched its country's Turn Back Crime campaign at the Blida "Mustapha Tchaker" stadium on 15 November 2014 with four high-profile players becoming campaign Ambassadors.

The freshly appointed Ambassadors Yacine Brahimi, Islam Slimani, Madjid Bouguerra and Sofiane Feghouli joined their teammates in wearing Turn Back Crime T-shirts in a match against Ethiopia during the final round of the Africa Cup of Nations.

Turn Back Crime - promoting a global alliance against crime

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The Turn Back Crime campaign can create a real link between police, the private sector and the public at large, adding value to the actions of law enforcement officers in the field.

 

Promoting a global alliance: Roraima Andriani - Executive Director - #TurnBackCrime campaign

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INTERPOL’s Turn Back Crime campaign has been recognized by police chiefs from around the world as a unique and innovative tool to engage all sectors of society in a collective effort to fight crime and terrorism.

 

#TurnBackCrime plane livery

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The Turn Back Crime campaign takes off with a specially designed AirAsia plane. The Airbus A320 took 130 hours to paint. See the work in action in this timelapse video!

 

Michael Moran - INTERPOL Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation #TurnBackCrime

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3rd INTERPOL Global Trafficking in Human Beings Conference - 12-14 November 2014 - Lyon, France

 

Jesper Lund - INTERPOL Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation #TurnBackCrime

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3rd INTERPOL Global Trafficking in Human Beings Conference - 12-14 November 2014 - Lyon, France

 

Mensaje Emilio Butragueño para INTERPOL Turn Back Crime

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Emilio Butragueño, Director de Relaciones Institucionales del Real Madrid,  transmite un mensaje de apoyo  a la labor que lleva a cabo INTERPOL.

Butragueño felicita a INTERPOL por la campaña Turn Back Crime que educa a los jóvenes para la consecución de un mundo mejor.

 

 

Argentina’s police highlight the dangers of organized crime

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Produced by the Federal Police of Argentina (PFA), this video shows how members of the public protect themselves against a wide variety of crimes that they may not realize could be very close to home. Illustrating how complex criminal enterprises are behind the trafficking of all sorts of commodities, including counterfeit goods, fake medicines, drugs and even people, the PFA appeals to the public to report suspicious people or items.

Broadcast on Argentina’s Channel 9 ‘PREVENIR’ TV show in July 2014 (in Spanish only)

George Kordahi - INTERPOL Ambassador for the Turn Back Crime campaign

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Mr Kordahi joined an INTERPOL event in Dubai on 9 to 10 November to help raise awareness of the risks to consumers of buying fake products. The event (the 4th Regional Intellectual Property conference for the Middle East and North Africa) brought together 300 delegates to find new ways to tackle the organized crime networks behind the trafficking in illicit products and to remove potentially dangerous good from circulation.

 

Juventus joins INTERPOL Turn Back Crime Campaign

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Team captain Gianluigi Buffon, Patrice Evra, Stephan Lichsteiner and Giorgio Chiellini filmed their message of support at the Juventus stadium in Turin.

The RCMP support #TurnBackCrime

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police show their support for #TurnBackCrime

#TurnBackCrime - interview on Lebanese television

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INTERPOL officer Ayham Yassmineh discusses the Turn Back Crime campaign on the Lebanese TV channel MTV, 11 August 2014 (video in Arabic only).

Rudy Giuliani former New York City Mayor supports #TURNBACKCRIME

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Rudy Giuliani former New York City Mayor supports #TURNBACKCRIME.

 

USA Law Enforcement supports #TURNBACKCRIME

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USA Law Enforcement supports #TURNBACKCRIME

 

FBI Director James B. Comey - 2014 Critical Infrastructure Symposium

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James B. Comey, Director of the FBI, is the latest in a line of high-profile supporters of the Turn Back Crime campaign.

Speaking at a joint FBI-INTERPOL symposium in Miami, Mr Comey drew attention to the need for a joint response to preventing terrorist threats to essential systems and networks such as energy, transport and water.

Roraima Andriani presenting #TURNBACKCRIME to #FBI

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Roraima Andriani, INTERPOL Director of Cabinet, presenting #TURNBACKCRIME to #FBI

Le Mali soutient la campagne Turn Back Crime

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Le Président de la délégation de la défense nationale de la sécurité et de la protection civile et sa délégation d'accompagnement soutiennent la campagne mondiale de sensibilisation Turn Back Crime lors de leur visite officielle au Siège d'INTERPOL à Lyon.

 

Union des fabricants - Unifab

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L'Unifab sillonne les plages du sud de la France pour sensibiliser les consommateurs aux dangers de la contrefaçon.

Scuderia Ferrari supports #TurnBackCrime

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Two of the world’s best known Formula 1 racing drivers – Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen – are adding their voices to the Turn Back Crime campaign.

Their video message, filmed with Scuderia Ferrari Team Principal, Marco Mattiacci, at Ferrari’s private Fiorano test track in Maranello, Italy, keeps the Turn Back Crime campaign at full throttle.

Nicolas Hulot - Envoyé spécial du Président de la République pour la protection de la planète

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The fight against environmental crime received a big boost when Nicolas Hulot, the French President's Special Envoy for environmental issues - and internationally recognized environmental advocate - visited the INTERPOL headquarters.

 

Operation NAWA - Fighting child labour and trafficking

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Children rescued from trafficking and exploitation in Côte d'Ivoire operation supported by INTERPOL.

TURN BACK CRIME - THE STORY SO FAR

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Turn Back Crime is a global public awareness campaign that highlights the dangers of organized crime and the impact on our day-to-day lives.

Using a variety of media channels – including video, website and social networks – the campaign provides advice on how to stay safe and encourages the general public, businesses and governments to play a role in reducing the impact of organized crime.

Lionel Messi joined Turn Back Crime campaign

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Together with Argentina's Minister of Security Sergio Berni, Lionel Messi is backing the INTERPOL campaign encouraging the  general public, businesses and governments to play a role in reducing the impact of crime.

Frank Bruno #TURNBACKCRIME

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Frank Bruno, former boxing World Heavyweight Champion, is one of the campaign's high-profile supporters. Together, we can knock out crime!

Lyon Model United Nations Conference

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Turn Back Crime team visited the Lyon Model United Nations conference.