During 90.th Interpol General Assembly in New Delhi, the organization showcased the metaverse designed specifically for law enforcement around the world. This technology allows registered users to visit a virtual replica of the organization’s headquarters in Lyon, France.
Interpol’s metaverse, which is already up and running, will bring many benefits to the authorities. In particular, it will help to work remotely, collect and preserve evidence on the scene and provide training, for example in the context of forensic investigation. “The metaverse has the potential to transform every aspect of our daily lives, with huge implications for law enforcement,” said Madan Oberoi, the organization’s Executive Director of Technology and Innovation.