ICC to join hands with Interpol to fight corruption in sport
- The International Cricket Council (ICC) has sought closer working relations with the Interpol to widen the scope of its fight against corruption in the sport.
- The cooperation was discussed during ICC Anti-Corruption Unit General Manager, Alex Marshall’s visit to the Interpol headquarters in Lyon, France.
- In a media release, Marshall said the ICC and Interpol are keen on working together and the meetings in Lyon last week were productive.
- Marshall said the idea is to ensure that players are better educated about the corruptors and Interpol’s vast network would be helpful in this.
- Interpol’s Criminal Networks unit Assistant Director Jose de Gracia said the organization will be glad to assist the ICC.
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