Founded in 1923, the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) is a general UN body that facilitates worldwide police cooperation. For nearly a century, INTERPOL and its 194 members have strived to tackle a plethora of responsibilities such as crimes against humanity, cybercrime, illicit drug production, human trafficking, terrorism, and corruption. INTERPOL acts as a global platform to facilitate collaboration, voice law enforcement on the world stage, and police the world while acting within existing laws of different countries.
INTERPOL is designed for beginner delegates and is a double delegation committee. Though position papers are not required, they are recommended to ensure delegates feel prepared and comfortable throughout the conference.