Data Collection and Analysis

UNODC undertakes data collection, analysis and dissemination, with the view  to strengthening evidence-based response to transnational organized crime. Information is collected on an ongoing basis about the strategies, legislation and structures in UNODC Illicit Crop Monitoring Programme staff surveying opium poppy fields in Myanmar place across the globe to counter organized crime. Country, regional and international crime and threat assessments are also carried out by UNODC and made publicly available.Such assessments are useful for States parties to mount evidence-based criminal justice responses, and are crucial to informing UNODC's design of training and other technical assistance materials and activities in accordance with the identified needs of beneficiaries.

UNODC has made considerable progress in understanding the dynamic nature of transnational organized crime, and its linkages and interdependence to other phenomena.

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