Result of the alliance for technical cooperation between the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Mexico (UNODC) and the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), through the Center of Excellence and the Directorate General on Government, Public Security and Justice Statistics, presents the first of a series of publications aimed at improving crime statistics and their analysis.
Almost 10 years away from its first results, ENVIPE ranks as one of the most relevant victimization surveys at regional and global level. However, it is necessary to stop and analyze the qualities that made this survey a benchmark in the field; as well as the challenges that the national and international environment demand from said statistical project.
The book National Survey of Victimization and Perception on Public Security (ENVIPE): a good practice make a revision with the objective of identifying its distinctive features, as well as the challenges and opportunities that it currently faces at the national and international level.
The book starts from a brief review of the background of the victimization surveys and their evolution over time, as well as the design and objectives of the ENVIPE, to subsequently carry out a comparative-descriptive analysis of the main conceptual and methodological characteristics of this type of Surveys internationally.
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