Interpol’s 30 Days at Sea identifies offenders in marine pollution crime

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Interpol, the world’s largest international police organization, has carried out a global investigation into marine pollution crime, and identified more than 500 offenses.

Interpol’s operation, code-named 30 Days at Sea, was initiated in response to a call to increase international enforcement against environmental crime. More than 5,200 inspections were carried out, identifying waste crimes and administrative violations in 84 countries and territories around the world.

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2019-01-15T07:54:24+00:00