26th Training Course on Techniques for Identifying and Investigating Stolen Motor Vehicles was Held in Shenzhen China
On 3 March 5, 2018, INTERPOL organizer and Emerging Crime Directorate, 26th training course for Identifying and Investigating was held in Launch industrial park, Shenzhen China.
The INTERPOL invited Interpol Beijing Branch, Seoul Branch, Tokyo Branch and Hong Kong of China Branch to participate the conference. More than 30 police officers and professionals attended the conference. In addition, China's Ministry of Public Security, Fujian, Guangdong, Henan and others Province’s Public Security Department Criminal Investigation related units also have important representatives to attend.
The course will open from March 5 to March 9, a total of five days. During these days, it will be fully exchange views on 'reducing crime and theft of vehicles', 'digital forensics', 'identification of motorcycles' and 'facial recognition and document identification' etc., and conduct an in-depth discussion on important national cases.
As part of an agreement with Interpol Launch Tech Co., Ltd. was entrusted and honored to undertake preparatory work for the conference. LAUNCH also will do a report to the General Assembly, such as vehicle diagnosis products E-VIN, Crash Cube, VIN Cube which were applied in the police.