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  1. Nov 2022
    1. TITLE: INTERPOL launches first INTERPOL Global Crime Trend Report 2022 (IGCTR)

      CONTENT: With a view to improving law enforcement's access to timely and accurate criminal intelligence analysis, INTERPOL has produced the first INTERPOL Global Crime Trend Report 2022 (IGCTR), which also includes a summary of key findings on global crime trends. The IGCTR is INTERPOL's first assessment to greatly rely upon the Organisation's data holdings and contributions from its global network of 195 member countries as well as private sector partners

      Among the top five global trends ranks cybercrimes, for which ransomware, phishing, online scams and computer intrusion are perceived as 'high' or 'very high' threats by INTERPOL member countries. Also among the top ten crime trends was Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (OCSEA), for which 62% of member countries expected these crimes to "increase" or "significantly increase" in the future.

      TOPIC: cybercrime

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