Forum on Crime and Society
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Forum on Crime and Society

Special Issue - Improving Knowledge on Crime: Towards Better Data

Proceedings of the meeting of the open-ended expert group on ways and means of improving crime data collection, research and analysis with a view to enhancing the work of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and other relevant international bodies, Vienna, 8-10 February 2006
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Author(s):
Gordon Barclay, Michael Rose, Marilyn Rubin

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Several institutions collect national police statistics. The numbers reported to such institutions may not be consistent over time and vary in terms of when the numbers are reported.
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