Introduction

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) seeks to achieve security and justice for all by helping States and their peoples to guard against the serious threats posed by drugs, crime and terrorism. The Offi ce's work is guided by mandates and driven by the needs of United Nations Member States.
UNODC's goals and areas of work have been defi ned in a strategy for the period 2008-2011 which provides an overarching framework for the Office's operational activities.


The Menu of Services describes the legal, analytical and technical capabilities the Offi ce can offer, and the tools it has available to achieve the overall
objectives set out in the strategy.


By consulting this Menu of Services that displays UNODC's legal, analytical and technical capabilities, Member States and partners can more effectively
draw on the Office's expertise and choose those areas where they require more assistance in drug control, crime prevention and counter-terrorism.

 

The United Nations Offi ce on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) seeks to achieve
security and justice for all by helping States and their peoples to guard against
the serious threats posed by drugs, crime and terrorism. The Offi ce's work
is guided by mandates and driven by the needs of United Nations Member
States.
UNODC's goals and areas of work have been defi ned in a strategy for the
period 2008-2011 which provides an overarching framework for the Offi ce's
operational activities.
The Menu of Services describes the legal, analytical and technical capabilities
the Offi ce can offer, and the tools it has available to achieve the overall
objectives set out in the strategy.
By consulting this Menu of Services that displays UNODC's legal, analytical
and technical capabilities, Member States and partners can more effectively
draw on the Offi ce's expertise and choose those areas where they require more
assistance in drug control, crime prevention and counter-terrorism.