ICC Now Partners With Interpol to Stop Corruption in Cricket: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has been working with Interpol, the organization that facilitates police cooperation worldwide, to discuss working relationships as part of its ongoing efforts to combat the pernicious trade in the game.
ICC’s anti-corruption director general, Alex Marshall, was at Interpol’s headquarters in Lyon last week to explore how the two organizations can function more effectively.
Our focus is on educating the players and preventing and interrupting the corrupters. “When our investigations reveal that crimes have been committed, we will refer them to the relevant law enforcement agencies, which Interpol makes an important partner for us.”
José de Gracia, Deputy Director of Criminal Networks Unit Interpol: “Sport brings people together, but criminals seeking to make huge profits can undermine their integrity. to set up. “
ICC Anti-Corruption Unit General Manager Alex Marshall: “The ICC and Interpol are willing to work together and our Lyon meetings last week were productive. The ICC has an excellent relationship with law enforcement agencies in several countries, but working with Interpol means that We connect with its 194 members.