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
  12. Confianza, ¿Qué es? ¿Porqué es importante? y ¿Cómo medirla?: Enfoques experimentales y usos en políticas públicas.