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InterpolWanted Persons Listhttp://www.interpol.int/notice/search/wantedDatabaseThe international law enforcement agency provides a database of persons wanted by countries around the world. The database is searchable by name, nationality, key word, physical attribute or wanted by country.
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InterpolPublicationshttp://www.interpol.int/News-and-media/Publications2/Fact-sheets2InformationInterpol has published fact sheets that describe international efforts to address a number of crimes, including crimes against children, pharmaceutical crime, people smuggling, human trafficking, vehicle crime, bioterrorism, stolen works of art, chemical and explosives terrorism. Other topics like DNA profiling, fingerprints, disaster victim identification, new technologies, criminal intelligence analysis connecting police, etc. are also covered. Some fact sheets include statistics. The page also includes annual reports, guides & manual, leaflets & brochures
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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)UNODC Statisticshttps://data.unodc.org/Information; Databases; SourcesUNODC statistics are sourced from national statistical systems and pertain to Crime; Criminal justice; and Drug trafficking, prices, production and use. Crime statistics are broken down by assault, kidnapping, theft (including motor vehicle), robbery, burglary, sexual violence (including rape and offenses against children), and homicide. Drug indicators include drug use and health consequences, prices and seizures. Many other topics are addressed by UNODC on its website, including Corruption; Human trafficking and migrant smuggling; Money-laundering; Organized crime; Maritime crime and piracy; Terrorism prevention; Wildlife and forest crime; Justice and prison reform: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/topics.html?ref=menuside UNODC field offices, which can provide sources, are listed here: https://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/field-offices.html?ref=menutop
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U.S. Department of TreasuryOffice of Foreign Assets Controlhttps://sanctionssearch.ofac.treas.gov/DatabaseSearchable database includes individuals and entities sanctioned by the U.S. government on suspicion of terrorism, narcotics trafficking, organized crime, illicit finance, sanctions violations, etc. Lists are available by sanctions program, country, etc. Formatted Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons datasets are provided by the Treasury Department here: https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/SDN-List/Pages/default.aspx
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United NationsConsolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions Listhttps://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/sanctions/un-sc-consolidated-listDatasetThe Consolidated Sanctions List includes all individuals and entities subject to sanctions measures imposed by the UN Security Council, which may cover terrorism, narcotics and arms trafficking, destabilization and other acts.
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U.S. Department of Justice - Federal Bureau of InvestigationOrganized Crimehttps://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/organizedcrime/The U.S. federal law enfrocement agency's organized crime website provides information on transnational crime threats and groups, fugitives, cases and reports
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Centre for Information and Research on Organised Crime (CIROC)CIROChttp://www.ciroc.nl/en/home.htmlInformation; Expert SourcesThe Netherlands-based research center tracks developments and trends in organized crime. Contact institute for expert sources.
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The European Institute for CrimeHEUNIhttp://www.heuni.fi/en/InformationEstablished by the UN and the government of Finland, HEUNI focuses on information exchange and scientific research in the area of crime and criminal justice in Europe. Research areas include Confidence in the CJS; Corruption; Crime statistics; Human trafficking; Prison; Victimisation surveys; Violence against women.. Projects and expert sources can be accessed on the website.
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Goerge Mason UniversityTerrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC)http://traccc.gmu.edu/Information; Expert SourcesTraCCC is a research center within U.S.-based George Mason University devoted to "understanding the links among terrorism, transnational crime and corruption, and to teach, research, train and help formulate policy on these critical issues." Information on past and current projects, including wildlife trafficking in Africa, and expert sources are available.
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York UniversityNathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Securityhttp://nathanson.osgoode.yorku.ca/Information; Expert SourcesThe Canada-based research center provides databases with informaton on organized crime and corruption-related subjects. Expert sources: http://nathanson.osgoode.yorku.ca/researchers/
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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)NGO Databasehttps://www.unodc.org/ngo/doExtendedSearch.doDatabase; SourcesUNODC maintains a database of over 3,300 NGOs, of which 1249 are working on crime-related issues. Use the advanced search function to search by organization, address or sphere of action for local/relevant NGO sources. The database includes information provided by the NGOs and input from UNODC's field offices where NGOs actively participate in operational projects.
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The World BankWorld Bank Group Enterprise Surveyshttp://www.enterprisesurveys.org/data/exploretopics/crimeDatabaseThe World Bank Group Enterprise Survey uses eight indicators to measure the burden of crime on business in 135 countries. The results are based on surveys of more than 130,000 firms. A database query tool is available to help you better understand the burden of crime across various firm subgroups. You can also generate graphs to compare countries.
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Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)Investigative Dashboardhttps://investigativedashboard.org/Databases; ExpertsOCCRP's Investigative Dashboard includes software tools and databases useful for researching and mapping individals and companies. Its ID Search indexes more than two million documents on Politically Exposed Persons. Links to external databases include business registries, regional procurement registries, regulatory agencies, commercial registries and court registries around the world. Experts are available to assist with research.
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U.S. Department of StateInternational Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR)http://www.state.gov/j/inl/rls/nrcrpt/InformationThe INCSR is the United States government's annual country-by-country two volume report that describes the efforts to attack all aspects of the international drug trade, chemical control, money laundering and financial crimes.
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Organization of American StatesCivil Society Registryhttp://www.oas.org/en/ser/dia/civil_society/registry.shtmlExpert SourcesThe intergovernmental organization for the Americas deals with crime and has a list of associated civil society organizations in member countries that can be provide local sources. OAS also partners with universities in member countries, which can provide expert sources: http://www.oas.org/en/scholarships/regularprogram/consortium.asp Annual reports available here: http://www.oas.org/en/information_center/annual_reports.asp
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United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Researchhttp://www.unicri.it/InformationUNICRI's programs aim to create and test new and holistic approaches in preventing crime and promoting justice and development. Current priorities inclide: Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear risks mitigation; cyber-crimes; illicit trafficking in precious metals; environmental crimes; urban security; security during major events; counter-terrorism; addressing gender issues in drug abuse and treatment; domestic violence; protection of vulnerable population and victims; juvenile justice; international criminal law.
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Organization for Security and Co-operation in EuropeWhere we arehttp://www.osce.org/whereExpert SourcesThe intergovernmental European organization covers security issues and crimes, including human trafficking and terrorism. A local office may be a good place to look for expert sources.
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U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice AssistanceNational Criminal Intelligence Resource Centerhttps://www.ncirc.gov/Organizations.aspxExpert SourcesA list of professional associations where members are subject matter experts specializing in various fields related to crime. Most associations are international and some provide contact information in their member directory.
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PWCGlobal Economic Crime Survey 2016http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/services/advisory/consulting/forensics/economic-crime-survey.htmlInformation; Expert SourcesUK-based company PricewaterhouseCoopers uses surveys to comile an annual report on the occurence and impact of economic crime in 115 countries, targeted toward corporate clients. Sectors covered include Industrial, Financial Services; Consumer; Technology; Professional Services; Other. Regional expert sources are listed at the bottom of summary.
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Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized CrimesWebsitehttp://globalinitiative.net/
Information, Expert Sources
Rich, multifaceted site touching on many dimensions of organized crime.
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