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Interpols Metaverse Designed for Global Law Enforcement

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Oct, 26 2022

Oct, 26 2022

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Law enforcement around the world now has access to the first metaverse that Interpol, a global police organization, has developed. 


A virtual replica of the agency's Lyon headquarters is now available for interaction between police officers from around the world. Immersive training courses, including forensics, are also available. 


Interpol states that its metaverse is “designed for law enforcement around the world.” Global forces will "interact with other officers via avatars," they said. 


As part of the interactive session, delegates from the General Assembly in New Delhi used virtual reality headsets to enter the Lyon building digitally using avatars. 


According to Interpol, with the expansion of the metaverse and its development, data theft, money laundering, financial fraud, harassment., etc. will only get worse as the number of metaverse users increases and the technology improves.


Considering that some virtual world acts aren't criminalized in the physical world, law enforcement may have a difficult time addressing these threats.


The metaverse provides opportunities for law enforcement to work remotely, network, collect crime scene evidence, and deliver training via the metaverse. 


Madan Oberoi, Interpol's Executive Director of Technology and Innovation, said at the event, “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.” 


He added, “Only by having these conversations now can we build an effective response.” 


 


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