Rome, November 6 - A special school to help train police from around the world in organized crime-fighting techniques will soon open its doors in Caserta, near Naples, one of the Italian cities where the powerful Camorra mafia is particularly strong. The new initiative was introduced Tuesday by the head of Italy's national police, Antonio Manganelli, during the 81st general assembly of Interpol, which is taking place in Rome. "We felt that in the world there had to be an institution dedicated to teaching specialized techniques in combatting organized crime to investigative police. Italy was chosen not only because we have a strong mafia but because we are strong in fighting it," Manganelli said. "In Caserta the police forces of some 190 countries will sit at the same table and seek to speak the same language".