Interpol



[in-ter-pohl] /ˈɪn tərˌpoʊl/

noun
1.
an official international agency that coordinates the police activities of more than 100 member nations: organized in 1923 with headquarters in Paris.
/ˈɪntəˌpɒl/
noun acronym
1.
International Criminal Police Organization, an association of over 100 national police forces, devoted chiefly to fighting international crime

1952, abbreviation of international police, in full, The International Criminal Police Commission, founded 1923 with headquarters in Paris.
International Criminal Police Organization

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