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Observatorio Nacional sobre la Violencia y la Criminalidad El Observatorio Nacional Sobre Violencia y Criminalidad del Ministerio del Interior, se creó con la finalidad de brindar datos confiables y reales, elaborados mediante una metodología rigurosa para el tratamiento de los principales indicadores sobre la evolución de la criminalidad y la gestión policial en nuestro país. Su lanzamiento se realizó en agosto de 2005, y la información se actualiza trimestralmente.
Observatorio Hemisférico de la Seguridad El Observatorio Hemisferico de Seguridad de la OEA contiene toda la informacion relevante para el tema de la seguridad en los paises de las Americas. Contiene indicadores actualizados para los distintos paises, respecto a los siguientes items: 1. Criminalidad y Violencia| 2. Oferta de Drogas| 3. Demanda de Drogas: Población General| 4. Demanda de drogas: Población Escolar | 5. Sistemas Carcelarios| 6. Actores de Seguridad| 7. Encuesta de Victimización| 8. Demográficos y Sociales
GunPolicy In a sea of web sites offering unverified, polarised opinions on gun violence, GunPolicy.org provides evidence-based, country-by-country intelligence from a broad range of official and academic sources. This university site is for researchers, officials, journalists and advocates who need accurate citations and rapid access to credible sources.
Small Arms Survey The Small Arms Survey is an independent research project located at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. It serves as the principal international source of public information on all aspects of small arms and armed violence and as a resource for governments, policy-makers, researchers, and activists.
EU Crime Statistics European Union (EU) statistics currently available on crime and criminal justice reflect the diversity of policing and legal systems within the EU.
EU Crime Trends in Detail This article provides an overview of recent statistics on crime and criminal justice in the European Union (EU) and its Member States, based largely on crime figures recorded by the police. National sources of information about crime show considerable differences in approach and coverage, which makes it necessary to exercise caution in making direct comparisons between countries and compiling totals at the level of the EU. Recent work to improve the comparability of statistics on crime and criminal justice reveals some significant developments in criminality in the European Union. This analysis is based on the number of offences recorded by the police for the period 2006-2009 (see Figure 1), with some reference to earlier trends.
Crime in India This is the oldest and the most prestigious publication brought out by NCRB. The data for the report is collected by State Crime Records Bureaux (SCRBx) from the District Crime Records Bureaux (DCRBx) and sent to NCRB at the end of the year under reference. Data from mega-cities (cities having population of 10 lakh or more as per the latest census) is also collected separately. District-wise data on some IPC heads is collected and published separately. The first edition of ‘Crime in India’ pertains to the year 1953 and the latest edition of the report pertains to the year 2011.
Observatorio Judicial del Uruguay El Observatorio Judicial del Uruguay de la Fundación Justicia y Derecho es un proyecto conjunto con Unicef cuya misión es trabajar en la investigación, promoción y defensa de los derechos humanos, para potenciar la transformación social, buscando alcanzar la justicia social y corroborar la fuerza de la democracia. Para tal fin, se abocan a combinar estrategias de investigación, comunicación y de exigibilidad de derechos.