A Congressional Research Service Report which compares federal programs for collecting crime data (the Uniform Crime Reports, the National Incident-Based Reporting System, and the National Crime Victimization Survey) and explores their limitations.
Co-sponsored by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics, the ICPSR, and the National Institute of Justice, the NACJD website provides free, downloadable access to hundreds of data collections for research and instruction.
A well indexed, comprehensive collection of statistics in tabular format. Includes basic statistics for a wide range of economic indicators. The index leads to specific table numbers. Each table lists the source of the statistics for further reference.
The UNODC is involved in many activities, from helping States fight against human trafficking and recovering stolen assets, to reducing supply and demand for drugs, preventing terrorism, and stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS.