Preguntas Frecuentes

The event has no fee.
The Conference will take place in Lima City, Perú. The venue of the event will be the great Convention Centre in the District of San Borja.

National Statistical Offices and National authorities responsible for the collection, dissemination and analysis of statistics on crime, victimization and justice. Policy makers, experts, ministries and agencies involved in the development, monitoring and assessment of policies to prevent crime and improve the functioning of the criminal justice system.

Statisticians, researchers, scholars and other experts interested in crime statistics and involved in the improvement of surveys design, the development of research and the promotion of international standards within the fields of governance, crime, victimization and justice.

Civil Society Organizations, research institutions, academia, media representatives dealing with crime analysis and issues related to the measurement of access to justice/rule of law at national and international levels.


1. Statistics on crime, victimization and justice on public policies.
2. Institutional coordination for the production and dissemination of statistics on crime, victimization and justice.
3. Integrated statistical systems of data on crime, victimization and justice.
4. Compilation of statistics on crime and justice of populations at risk.
5. Classifications of crime statistics: national and international experiences.
6. Methodologies for measuring transnational crime: organized crime, cybercrime, human trafficking, migrant smuggling, illicit firearms trafficking, environmental crimes, money laundering, corruption and illicit financial flows.
7. New tools and instruments for measuring crime, violence and justice in low and middle-income areas (perception surveys, social networks assessments, Big Data and others).
8. Innovation in victimization surveys.
9. Methodologies for measuring crime prevention at local and national levels.
10. Current discussions about drugs.
11. Dimensions on Governance and the way to produce statistical data to measure it.
You may submit your registration here
It is an invitation for students, researchers and experts to submit their papers for being presented during the 4th International Conference on Governance, Crime and Justice Statistics. More information can be found here
You may consult the list of speakers here
Plenary sessions: Refers to an exposition by an expert about a topic or a particular problem.
Thematic Panels: Refers to a session in which various experts analyze a particular topic.
Workshops: Refers to a co-learning session, in which participants exchange knowledge and develop skills and attitudes about a certain topic.
The registration desk will open at 8:00 am.
It will be possible to register on the day of the event. However, we recommend submitting an early electronic registration in order to facilitate the process and be granted with a welcome kit.
No, there is no upper limit regarding the sessions you may attend.
Yes, it is possible to attend just one day of the Conference, but we will not be able to issue a certificate of participation.
Yes, certificates of participation will be issued to individuals who at least attend two session days.
Yes, there will be English-Spanish and Spanish-English interpretation.
Yes, the lunch will take place at the premises of the Convention Centre
Yes, wireless internet service is offered at the venue of the event.
The Convention Centre is equipped with access ramps, an elevator and all the necessary services in order to supply everyone with access to its areas.

For more information, please refer to:


National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI-Peru)

Email: cgsj4@inei.gob.pe
Phone: 0800 44 070
Website: http://www.inei.gob.pe


Center of Excellence in Statistical Information on Government, Crime, Victimization and Justice (CoE)
Email: cde.estadistica@unodc.org
Phone: +52 55 52-78-1000 ext. 1723
Website: http://www.cdeunodc.inegi.org.mx/