Special passports for Interpol
The world's largest police force, Interpol, now has special passports. This will allow them to go to any member nation without a visa. Only senior officers will get them. They are similar to passports held by diplomats. The news came out of Interpol's meeting in Singapore last week.
The passports will make sure Interpol agents can respond to an attack or disaster without having to wait for a visa.
Interpol was set up in 1923 and is based in France. It helps police in different countries work together. It fights terrorists, the gangs and the trade in drugs, guns and people.