In this section you can find video talks with International Statistical Experts who discuss different topics, studies and developments in crime and justice statistics.
Angela Me - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
The International Crime Victims Survey (ICVS)
Jan Van Dijk - University of Tilburg, Netherlands.
Corruption and Victimization
Giulia Muggelini - University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Can you measure sexual violence through victimization surveys?
Giuseppina Muratore - National Institute for Statistics of Italy.
Methods to measure small arms posession
Matthias Nowak - Small Arms Survey.
Measuring sexual victimization in US prisons
Allen J. Beck - Bureau of Justice Statistics of the US Department of Justice.
The Crime Survey for England and Wales
Joe Traynor - UK Office for National Statistics.
Transitions in the National Crime Victimization Survey - NCVS
James Lynch - University of Maryland, United States.
How to use Victimization Surveys to measure SDG 2030
Enrico Bisogno - Chief of the Data Development and Dissemination Unit at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
Crime Victimization Survey of Mexico (ENVIPE)
Edgar Vielma - National Institute of Statistics and Geography, Mexico.
How to measure sexual violence through Victimization Surveys
David Cantor - Senior Statistical Fellow at Westat and Research Professor at the University of Maryland, USA.
Characteristics of multiple victimization in Mexico
Oscar Jaimes Bello - Deputy Director General of Government Information Development and Indicators in the Directorate General on Government, Public Security and Justice Statistics of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) of Mexico.
National Urban Citizen Security Survey (ENUSC) of Chile
Andrea Guadalupe - Research Analyst at the Ministry of the Interior and Public Security of Chile
Patricia González - International relations analyst at the National Statistics Institute of Chile.
National Crime Victimization Survey of Panama
Aracelly de Casanova - Director of the Integrated National System of Criminal Statistics (SIEC) of Panama.
National Victimization Survey (ENPEVI) of Guatemala
Axel Romero- Deputy Minister of Violence and Crime Prevention of the Ministry of Interior of Guatemala.
Data collection on human trafficking
Ella Cockbain - Lecturer at the Department of Security and Crime Science at University College London (UCL).
National Specialized Survey on Victimization (ENEVIC) of Peru
Aníbal Sánchez - Deputy Head of the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI) of Peru.
Sources of information to measure money laundering
Peter Reuter - Professor at the School of Public Policy and the Department of Criminology at the University of Maryland, USA.
Crime Prediction using Big Data
Juyoung Song - Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Penn State University.
National Survey on Violence Against Women in Mexico (ENDIREH)
Oscar Jaimes - Deputy Director General of Government Information Policies and National Government Censuses of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) of Mexico.
Collecting data on poaching and wildlife trafficking
Vanda Felbab-Brown - Senior fellow in the Foreign Policy program at The Brookings Institution.
Sources of information and indicators on corruption
Mihály Fazekas - Project scientific coordinator, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
The challenges of measuring Organized Crime in Africa
Mark Shaw - Director of the Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime.
Victimization surveys in prisons
Marcelo Bergman - Center of Latin American Studies on Insecurity and Violence (CELIV), National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina.
Integrated Drug Statistics System
Oscar Santiago Quintos - National Office of Drug Policy, Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC), Mexico.
How to measure money laundering? The Netherlands case
Joras Ferwerda - School of Economics, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
Integrated Drug Statistics System
Jonathan Caulkins - Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, USA.
Measuring violence against children
Howard Kress - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), USA.