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ID number:961206
Published: 17.11.2010.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 4 units
References: Used

V. Conclusion.
Today Interpol is the second biggest organization after NATO, so joining it is very important. Interpol gives big support for all its member countries – technical equipment, communication services, training of police employees and so on. Interpol also helps to resolve crimes faster and find missing or wanted persons. Interpol and its member countries is a big global organization with together fights crimes and try to solve problems in laws also thinks about better ways to catch criminals and prevent crimes all over the world. Support small countries like Latvia which has not so good equipment and help them to teach their police employees about newest technologies and ways how to work more productively. Working alone with no supporters is much more harder than working in big organization with 187 member countries witch support each other with information and looking for criminals. Interpol was created to solve problems with organized crimes, international crimes, drug smuggling, stolen vehicle finding, because they are the most popular ones. Now Interpol is working very productive because it has so much member countries so crimes are being resolved faster.
Latvia helps Interpol and Interpol helps Latvia they have equal relationships. Of course Interpol gives bigger support to Latvia than Latvia to this big organization, because Latvia is small country with poor technical equipment and Latvia don’t have so much money to provide policed officer training, so Interpol helps Latvia in this question. Latvia is only winner, that it joined Interpol and this organization will develop and get only bigger, so mutual support will get better and crimes will be resolved faster and prevention work will be more successful.

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