INSIDE INTERPOL: Combatting World Crime Through Science and International Police Cooperation by Michael Fooner

INSIDE INTERPOL: Combatting World Crime Through Science and International Police Cooperation

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Bolstered by newsy photos of actual arrests, confiscations and sample files, the text explains Interpol's organization and financing and its limited function as an international clearing house and goes on to enumerate the agency's concern with narcotics, smuggling, terrorism, art thefts and slave traffic. The format and ratio of print to picture roughly approximates a C. B. Colby production. But Fooner's terse, comparatively worldly, commentary is more efficient than Iris Noble's longer Interpol (p. 320, J-110) and demands a lot less effort.

Page count: 48pp
Publisher: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan