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INTERPOL supports public-private partnerships to combat cybercrime at World Economic Forum
DAVOS, Switzerland – At the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting in Davos, world leaders were updated on the progress of recommendations to increase global collaboration against cybercrime.Unveiled during the 2016 gathering by Jean-Luc Vez, WEF's Head of Public Security Policy and Security Affairs, the recommendations of the WEF’s Cybercrime Project set the scene for a unified approach between law enforcement and private industry partners for better prevention, detection and mitigation of cybercrime.In support of this initiative, INTERPOL acts as a global hub for cybercrime related data and intelligence from its member countries and partners in the private sector, as well as providing training on best practices for combating cyber and technology-enabled crimes.
Police appeal for witnesses following fatal collision in Brighton
Police were called to North Street, Brighton, at 2.15pm on Tuesday (10 January) following reports a taxi had collided with a pedestrian. The pedestrian, an 87-year-old woman, was treated for a head injury by paramedics at the scene.Unfortunately the woman passed away on Thursday, two days later.Sergeant Clare Kenward from the roads policing unit said:
Sussex Police backs knife surrender campaign
The surrender is part of a national drive to raise awareness of people who have lost their lives to knife crime. The knifes will be given to the British Ironwork Centre and used in a 20 foot tall angel in memory of those whose lives have been tragically lost to knife crime.Chief Inspector Bruce Mathews said: "Thankfully knife crime isn't generally a problem in Sussex, this surrender will give members of the public the opportunity to dispose of any knives without prosecution.