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Government Publications: International Statistics

Crime

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  • Global Integrity Report - "An essential guide to anti-corruption institutions and mechanisms around the world, intended to help policymakers, advocates, journalists and citizens identify and anticipate the areas where corruption is more likely to occur within the public sector." - website. 
  • Global Slavery Index  - Estimates the number of people living in slavery in modern countries, from the Walk Free Foundation. 
  • Hate Crime Reporting Data  - From the OSCE. 
  • International Crime Victims Survey  - From the United Nations Interregional Crime & Justice Research Network. ‚Äč
  • European Sourcebook of Crime and  Criminal Justice Statistics
    Prepared under the auspices of the Council of Europe. Includes: police statistics; prosecution statistics; conviction statistics; correctional statistics; and survey data.  Second edition is also available in print.
  • Interpol
    The world's largest international police organization, with 184 member countries. Some of its statistics are restricted to official use, although many reports contain statistical data.
  • World Criminal Justice Library Network
    The World Criminal Justice Library Network was formed at a meeting of librarians and criminal justice information specialists in April, 1991, at the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, New Jersey, U.S.A. Their mission is to develop specific ways of sharing services and criminal justice information on a global scale.
  • United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
    UNODC provides trend and policy analyses and publicizes and disseminates data and information on the global drug and crime scene.
  • WHO Violence and Injury
    WHO statistics on violence are available in a number of formats for the world, for WHO regional groupings of countries and for individual countries. All data are sex- and age-specific.|
  • International Justice Statistics
    From the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), which is part of the U.S. Department of Justice. The mission of the BJS is to collect, analyze, publish, and disseminate information on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, and the operation of justice systems at all levels of government.

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