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Online Course on Crime Victimization Surveys


Starting from January 2014, the Center of Excellence in Statistical Information on Government, Crime, Victimization and Justice has delivered six Online Courses on Crime Victimization Surveys in Spanish language. After a Pilot Test, the Center of Excellence delivers its First English version of the Online Course on Victimization Surveys. For the first time, English speaking countries in the Latin American and the Caribbean region and members of other regions in the world, will be able to participate in the Course and learn more about the implementation process of a victimization survey.

Addressed to:
Officials of National Statistical Offices and Criminal Justice Institutions responsible for producing data on crime, justice, victimization and security.

Objective:
The participant will understand the methodological characteristics of every step of the process of design and implementation of a victimization survey. This will allow him/her to design surveys implementation or improvement projects based on international standards that promote quality and comparability of the information generated on this topic at the regional and global level.

More information pdf (PDF) 

Enrollment

Online Course on Crime Victimization Surveys:
Register now for the 1st Online Course on Crime Victimization Surveys (English version). The call is from September 19 to October 1, 2018 and the course starts on Monday, October 15. The number of participants is limited.

Send the following documents filled and signed to this email: giada.greco@un.org

-Admission questionnaire  pdf (Word) 

-Commitment letter pdf (PDF) 

-Curriculum Vitae

At the end of the call, you will be informed by email if, according to your profile, you have been selected to participate in the Course delivered by the Center of Excellence. Remember that the course is aimed at officials belonging to the statistical systems of the States that are responsible for producing data on crime, justice, victimization and security.