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International Cyber Policing Organization

CYBERPOL

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CYBERPOL was established by Royal Decree No WL22/16.595 by Head of State on 2nd June 2015 approved under the Act of 27 June on the non-profit associations, international associations not-for-profit and the foundations, articles 46 and 50, 1, respectively modified by articles 282 and 284 of the program act of 2007 December 2004. The Act was signed on the April 3rd, 2015 In view of the conformity of the purpose with article 46 of the aforementioned law On the proposal of the minister of justice Article 1. Legal personality was granted to the international association <<The International Cyber Policing
Organization>>, in English abbreviated <<CYBERPOL>> whose headquarters is established at Antwerp. Article 2 the Decree. The minister who has justice in assignments is responsible for the execution of the present decree Bruxelles, the 2nd of July 2015
A copy of the full statutes and Decree can be found on page 15 and 16 http://cyberpol.org/CYBERPOL_Decree_English.pdf
Further Reference is made to the Statutes published in three languages by the Monitor Belge of the justice department.
State Gazette Ref Page http://www.ejustice.just.fgov.be/tsv/tsvn.htm
IVoG; IVZW; AISBL Organizational Number 635.897.257
THE INTERNATIONAL CYBER POLICING ORGANIZATION, AFGEKORT : CYBERPOL INTERNATIONALE VER.IVoG; IVZW; AISBLRef # 15128442
THE INTERNATIONAL CYBER POLICING OR GANIZATION, AFGEKORT : CYBERPOL INTERNATIONALE VER.IVoG; IVZW; AISBL Ref # 15128441
THE INTERNATIONAL CYBER POLICING ORGANIZATION, AFGEKORT : CYBERPOL INTERNATIONALE VER.IVoG; IVZW; AISBL Ref # 15128440
THE INTERNATIONAL CYBER POLICING ORGANIZATION (CYBERPOL) International organization is recognized as INGO under the Article 2 of the Convention 24 April 1968 European Convention on the Recognition of the Legal Personality of INGOs under section "Shall be recognized as of right in all other parties" as international utility organization.
Source: http://www.uia.org/archive/legal-status-4-11
ECIPS Legal Team, 24 December 2015

Cyberpol's full name is "CYBERPOL, The International Cyber Policing Organization (A.I.S.B.L.)" (AISBL stands for Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif, Association without lucrative purpose in English, or not-for-profit association).
Membership to Cyberpol is mentioned here: "Article 4 of the CYBEPROL Statutory Decree Memberships:
There shall constitute three types of memberships":
1 General Assembly membership: Consist of Government-law enforcement agencies, memberships designated by agencies for co-operation efforts and approved officials. General Assembly membership shall be subject to approval by a two-thirds majority of the General Assembly.
Members who are members by member states as indicated in Appendix 1 can only retire when such legislative authority responsible has rejected the joining of the Organization by constitutional decision of that legislative authority applicable. Such rejection has to take place within six month of publication of the statute.
2 Paid memberships:
Individual Entry Level Membership: Such as individuals engaged in public and private law-enforcement agencies or work.
Associate Membership: Such as members of law-enforcement, cyber-crime prevention organizations.
Agency Membership: Such as security agencies, State security agencies, intelligence agencies and other.
Corporate Membership: Such as corporate companies, conglomerates and private firms.
3. Non Paid memberships: These are memberships approved by the General Secretariat in countries that are unable to pay fees and considered underprivileged or underdeveloped countries.
Source: http://cyberpol.org/cyberpol_004.htm