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Expert Paper – Connecting Police and NGOs for the Safety of Children

by INTERPOL in 2016

Child exploitation tends to be a local crime to be dealt with on a national level and INTERPOL can assist through networking, capacity building and sharing best practices. There are however a number of areas where child exploitation takes on a clear international dimension. The internet, transnational sex offenders and missing children are good examples of this and INTERPOL has been working in these areas for many years to ensure the intelligence flows, contacts and information are made available to disrupt and interdict those who exploit children.

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