Interpol discusses the expansion of the Interpol-specific communications network to support the investigation of virtual currency crimes

According to the Yonhap News Agency, Interpol held a regular meeting of the National Central Affairs Bureau (NCB) at the International Criminal Police Affairs Office in Lyon, France, on April 9 to discuss various threats in the international security environment and between police officers. Cooperation program. At this meeting, Interpol proposed to expand the international criminal police special communication network, expand the DNA, fingerprint, facial recognition database to support the investigation and attack on cutting-edge crimes such as dark nets and virtual currencies, and help joint crackdowns among member states. .