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Many crimes have no bounderies, both figuratively and literally.

As law enforcement agencies have got to be equipped to stop crimes that cross national bounderies, international police organizations have been created to enforce international crimes and facilitate cross-border police cooperation.

Many of these police enforcement organizations are not limited or provincial in the scope of their jurisdicition and can successfully combat the international criminal.

Interpol -The official website of the world's largest international police organization with information on investigations in well over 100 countries, with focus on drug trafficking, high-tech and organized crime, and other criminal activity across borders.

Europol - The website for European Law Enforcement Cooperation working against organised crime and terrorism with an emphasis on targeting criminal organisations in countries within the European Union.

World Trade Organization - Responsible for negotiating and implementing new trade agreements, and policing member countries' adherence to all the WTO agreements, signed by the bulk of the world's major trading nations.

World Customs Organization - Intergovernmental institution representing the voice of 171 Customs administrations on all continents which ensures the effectiveness and the efficiency of Customs administrations across the globe.

Financial Action Task Force (FATF) - The task force setting the measures to be taken to combat international money laundering and terrorist financing.

United Nations Organizations -The official website locator of United Nation's system organizations including those dealing with global trade & commerce agreements.

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna & Flora - Guidelines for adherence and enforcement by the 167 country members with information on trade and transport, export quotas, official documents & literature, related databases.

International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (INECE) - A network of government and non-government enforcement and compliance practitioners from more than 150 countries who implement and enforce environmental requirements.

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