We have relaunched Border Security Matters, the newsletter of BORDERPOL, with the purpose of providing more relevant news and information for you.
As the international association for the border policing and border management community, BORDERPOL aims to promote international borders that enhance human mobility whilst ensuring traveller safety and security and facilitate smart and secure border systems.
If you have any interesting or exciting news from your border force or agency that you wish to share with international colleagues, we would be delighted to receive these, with any accompanying photographs if available, for consideration of inclusion in the newsletter. These could be from short news items to more in-depth feature articles about your successes, project implementation or international campaigns and co-operations.
Border Security Matters will also include information and updates from the BORDERPOL Secretariat.
Please send your news and views to Neil Walker BORERPOL's Director Events and Operations Centre [UK] firstname.lastname@example.org or
BORDERPOL recognizes that industry plays a significant and expanding role in border security and border management.
The Industry Liaison Office has been created to facilitate and bridge the activities of government and the private sector. Managed by a senior member of BORDERPOL the office is dedicated to providing immediate assistance to industry representatives seeking to improve communication with or access to the multidisciplinary world of border security and border management. For more information on how your company or organization can benefit from this new initiative please use the online contact form from below.
General Secretariat P.O. Box 23029 Ottawa, ON Canada K2A 4E2
BORDERPOL or the World Border Organization as it is sometimes called is an international, independent, non-profit organization founded in 2003. It is the only global organization where its members are devoted to the betterment of the interdisciplinary border management community taking into account the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of border security and human mobility.