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UNODC collects data on crime and the operation of criminal justice systems in order to make policy-relevant information and analysis available in a timely manner to the international community.
UNODC works on the development of standards for national crime and criminal justice information systems and for the conduct of victimization surveys. The office also aims to enhance the cross-national comparability of data through the development of key indicators and data reporting tools.
Periodic reports on selected crime issues provide in-depth analysis on key topics of concern at the global and regional level.
|Data||Methodology and standards|
Statistics on crime (data uploaded on 19 May 2017)
[Homicide, assaults, sexual violence, robbery, kidnapping
Statistics on criminal justice (data uploaded on 19 May 2017)
[Persons brought into formal contact with the police, persons prosecuted, persons convicted. persons detained. criminal justice system resources]
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Special data collections
Administration of Justice (2011-2013)
Statistics on Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance (2010-2012)
Special Data Collection on Persons held in Prisons (2010-2012)
Environmental Crime (2006-2011)
Crime and Criminal Justice (1970 -2002)
International classification of crimes for statistical purposes (ICCS)
United Nations Survey of Crime Trends
Standards for criminal justice statistics systems
Study on international and EU standards on crime statistics
Manual on victimization surveys
Juvenile Justice indicators (French, Spanish)
Monitoring the impact of economic crisis on crime
International statistics on crime and justice (2010)
Justice and home affairs statistics systems in the Western Balkans