Setting international law enforcement on a more regular financial footing.
Scenario: A bike is stolen from Victim A. He, or she, then registers the crime on InterpolBay, and any police force in the world can bid for it.
Let's say the Uzbek police get it, they then contact their detachment in
Victim A's country and by dint of applying electrodes they then (eventually) find the relevant criminal.
However, to ensure the police have sufficient resources, the victim gets some compensation and the criminal is (presumably) deterred from doing it again, the criminal can resort to bribery, by counter-bidding on the crime, to avoid any more punishments,