The event, which takes place between Tuesday and Thursday, aims, among other topics, to address the current challenges of transnational crime, the application of laws on terrorism, cybercrime, financial crime and corruption, human trafficking and maritime piracy.
Interventions by national authorities will focus on combating crime, human trafficking and corruption and financial crime.
The general commander of the National Police, Arnaldo Carlos, will present a portrait of crime in Angola and solutions to combat it, while the general director of the Criminal Investigation Service, António Paulo Bendje, will speak about Angola's experience in the fight against human trafficking.
Prosecutor Eduarda Rodrigues, director of the National Asset Recovery Service of the Attorney General's Office, will address the topic of confiscation and recovery of assets.
The opening session will feature the vice-president, Esperança da Costa, and the president of Interpol, Ahmed Nasser Al-Raisi.
Also present will be the Secretary-General, Jürgen Stock and representatives of Afripol, the African Union's mechanism for police cooperation and the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC).
The Interpol conference is attended by 350 delegates from African countries, the United States of America, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Qatar, Serbia, Guatemala and Brazil.