Third Regional Meeting on Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics

This meeting was organized in the framework of the 'Roadmap to Improve the Quality and Availability of Crime Statistics at the National and International Level' (E/CN.3/2013/11 and E/CN.3/2015/8) that was endorsed by the UN Statistical Commission and the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ).
Building on the work of the "First Regional Meeting on Crime Statistics and Victimization Surveys" in Bangkok, Thailand in 2014 and the "Second Regional Meeting on Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics" in Seoul, Republic of Korea in 2016, the "Third Regional Meeting on Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics: Towards modern and efficient crime statistics systems" was held in Chengdu, P.R. China, and is the latest regional collaboration in the field of crime and criminal justice statistics.
The meeting brought together national experts of the Asia and the Pacific region to review recent progress on crime and criminal justice statistics and identify ways to improve data quality and availability in the region, specifically related to reporting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) indicators, supporting responses to the UN-Crime Trends Survey (UN-CTS) and implementation assistance for the International Classification of Crimes for Statistical Purposes (ICCS).

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Report of the Third Regional Meeting on Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics held in Chengdu, China, 29-31 October 2019

Sessions:

Session 2 - Data Gaps, Challenges and Priorities in the Asia Pacific Region

Session 3 - Indicators for Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16

Session 5 - The International Classification of Crimes for Statistical Purposes (ICCS) a global approach to classifying and measuring crime

Session 6 - UNODC Innovations on crime measurement

Session 7 - Roles and Activities of the UNODC KOSTAT Centre of Excellence