Closer cooperation will curb cross-border crime

Editor, RE: “Police hand over recovered vehicles to Ugandan envoy” (The New Times, January 25).

Editor,

RE: “Police hand over recovered vehicles to Ugandan envoy” (The New Times, January 25).

 

I believe other Interpol member countries should follow the example of Rwanda on being strict with fighting and intercepting cross-border crimes.

 

We sometimes wonder how a vehicle that is under trace get registered and given a particular plate yet the Interpol communication system (I-24/7), of which we all share, indicates that it’s wanted. If we have to end cross-border crimes, we need good cooperation or collaboration in exchanging such information that will help arrest the criminals and possibly bring them to justice.

 

Gonzalez

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