The international policing organization Interpol is unveiling the first metaverse designed for law enforcement communication.
According to a new Interpol press release, The Interpol Metaverse is already developed and it enables police offers around the globe to communicate with one another and “take immersive training courses in forensic investigation and other policing capabilities.”
The Interpol Metaverse also offers virtual tours of a copy of the INTERPOL General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France.
The project is part of the international policing organization’s efforts to adapt as crime migrates to digital spaces. Interpol notes potential crimes in the metaverse could involve data theft, money laundering, financial fraud, counterfeiting, ransomware, phishing, sexual assault and harassment and crimes against children.
Says Madan Oberoi, Interpol’s executive director of technology and innovation,
“By identifying these risks from the outset, we can work with stakeholders to shape the necessary governance frameworks and cut off future criminal markets before they are fully formed. Only by having these conversations now can we build an effective response.”
A red notice is a request to law enforcement worldwide to “locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender or similar legal action.”
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