Last week, the Investigative Police (PDI) held the International Summit on Innovation and New Challenges in Transnational Organized Crime (Crime Organize Summit) to strengthen the fight against criminal groups and gangs.
On the first day, President Gabriel Boric and the Minister of the Interior, Izkia Siches, participated in the opening of the Interpol General Assembly in Espacio Riesco, with the representation of some of the police that make up the organization from Australia, Dubai, Spain, Brazil, and the FBI of the United States.
Thus, the international institutions shared their best practices in this field, some of which could be replicated . . .