The Details of the program for the conference to be held from June 4th to 6th, will be available to users on April 30th. The topics to be discussed are the following:

  1. Crime statistics, victimization and justice in public policies.
  2. Institutional coordination for the production and dissemination of statistics on crime, victimization and justice.
  3. Integrated and/or unified statistical systems on data about crime, victimization and justice.
  4. Compilation of crime and justice statistics in at-risk populations.
  5. Statistical classifications of Crime: National and international experiences.
  6. Methodologies for the measurement of transnational crime: Organized crime, cybercrime, human trafficking, migrants smuggling, trafficking in firearms, environmental crimes, money laundering, illicit financial flows and corruption.
  7. New tools and instruments to measure crime, violence and justice in low and middle-income settings (Perception surveys, social network assessments, Big Data and others).
  8. Innovation in victimization studies.
  9. Methodologies to measure crime prevention at national and local levels.
  10. Current discussions about drugs.
  11. Dimensions on governance and the way to produce statistical data for measuring.
  12. Trust, what is it? Because it is important? and How to measure it: Experimental approaches and uses in public policies.