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Please find attached a table summarizing the burglaries / thefts (the list is not exhaustive) of which diplomatic missions in Belgium were the target in 2009. (...) New York, 11 May 2010 BAN Ki-moon Secretary-General of the United Nations New York List of burglaries/thefts reported to Protocol for 2009 Country Type of Mission Type of crime Date of crime Albania NATO Theft from vehicle (official) 21/04/2009 Albania NATO Attempted burglary (residence of staff member) 19/01/2009 Albania NATO Theft from vehicle (official) 03/06/2009 Albania Embassy Theft of ambassador’s vehicle (official) 22/06/2009 Azerbaijan Embassy Burglary (embassy) 24/07/2009 Bulgaria European Union Burglary (official residence) 04/07/2009 Bulgaria Embassy Attempted theft from vehicle (official) 14/03/2009 Bulgaria Embassy Attempted theft from vehicle (official) 04/03/2009 China European Union Burglary (diplomatic residence) No report China European Union Theft of diplomatic bag No report China European Union Theft of diplomatic bag No report Côte d’Ivoire Embassy Burglary (embassy) 16/02/2009 Denmark European Union Assault of a diplomat and theft of personal effects 26/01/2009 Greece European Union Burglary (diplomatic residence) 03/08/2009 Greece European Union Burglary (official residence) 01/01/2009 Guinea-Bissau Embassy Burglary (embassy) 16/02/2009 Haiti Embassy Theft of vehicle (official) 02/10/2009 India Embassy Attempted burglary in diplomatic residence 16/03/2009 Jordan Embassy Theft from vehicle (official) 12/11/2009 Kyrgyzstan Embassy Theft of diplomatic bag 28/09/2009 Oman Embassy Burglary (diplomatic residence) 14/05/2009 Qatar Embassy Theft of the bag of the ambassador’s wife 17/09/2009 Russian Federation NATO Burglary (diplomatic residence) 26/04/2009 Russian Federation European Union Burglary (diplomatic residence) 27/12/2009 Saudi Arabia Embassy Burglary (diplomatic residence) 27/12/2009 Slovakia Embassy Assault of a diplomat and theft of bag 05/10/2009 Sri Lanka Embassy Theft of diplomatic bag 22/05/2009 Switzerland Embassy Burglary (embassy) 07/12/2009 Switzerland Embassy Burglary (embassy) 15/08/2009 Thailand EMBASSY Burglary (ambassador’s residence) 24/12/2009 Ukraine European Union Attempted theft from vehicle (official) 17/02/2009 Ukraine European Union Attempted theft from vehicle (official) 02/03/2009 Yemen Embassy Burglary (embassy) 24/02/2009
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Score: 1742332 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...tesComments/Belgium_2010_E.pdf
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To collate, disseminate and analyse country stats 2. To develop methods/standards on crime data – Manuals on victimisation survey – Manual on indicators for juvenile justice – International classification of crimes – Methods to measure corruption, violence against women, organised crime, etc. 3. To support countries to improve quality&availability of crime data – Advisory and training activities on-demand – Capacity building projects (victimisation surveys, corruption surveys, etc.) in various regions of the world (on-going projects in Central America, Middle-East, Asia) Activities on data collection UN–Crime Trends Survey (UN-CTS) • Started in 1977, following a resolution of the General Assembly (1972) • Since 2009 conducted every year through questionnaire sent to all countries • Response rate: approx. 85-90 countries per year UN-CTS, a major undertaking • Police data on crimes: – Homicide, assault, sexual violence, rape, kidnapping, theft, vehicle theft, burglary, domestic burglary • Data on criminal justice operations: – Police: persons arrested (of which juveniles) – Prosecutors: persons prosecuted – Courts: persons brought before criminal courts, persons convicted (of which juveniles) – Prisons: persons held in prisons (of which juveniles) UN-CTS 2012: additional module on juvenile justice Possible topics of data collection: • Juveniles in pre and post-sentence detention • Juvenile in detention not separated from adults • Juveniles sentenced with custodial detention • Duration of sentenced detention (for children released) An example of analytical product UNODC Global Study on Homicide (2011) Global and regional levels of homicide (2010) 468,000 homicides at global level in 2010 (or latest available year) Africa and the Americas have the highest level of homicide Homicide rate by country (2010) Sharp increase in Central America and Caribbean, decline in Asia and Europe Strong increases in specific areas (2005 and 2010) The drivers behind Clear link between violent crime and human development, rule of law, firearms and organised crime Homicide levels and development, Americas (1995-2010) Countries that strengthened their rule of law experienced a decline in homicide rate.
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Score: 1736094.1 - https://violenceagainstchildre..._unodc_work_on_crome_stats.pdf
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3/31/2020 Zero hour: Our region in the face of the pandemic | IEyeNews https://www.ieyenews.com/zero-hour-our-region-in-the-face-of-the-pandemic/ 1/3 MARCH 31, 2020 Search iNews SEARCH 0 0 comments feed Zero hour: Our region in the face of the pandemic March 25, 2020 by ieyenews Leave a Comment By Alicia Bárcena Ibarra* Everything seems to be one gigantic mistake. (...) guid=1EkePQ276_0R-1&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ieyenews.com%2Fzero-hour-our-region-in-the-face-of-the-pandemic%2F&media=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ieyenews.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2020%2F03%2Funnamed-24.png&description=unnamed-24 3/31/2020 Zero hour: Our region in the face of the pandemic | IEyeNews https://www.ieyenews.com/zero-hour-our-region-in-the-face-of-the-pandemic/ 2/3 America and the Caribbean will record negative growth of -1.8% this year, with a probable downward bias. (...) These efforts must translate into support for companies with zero-interest loans for paying wages. In addition, companies and households must be aided by the postponement of loan, mortgage and rent payments.
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Score: 1709805 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...e_of_the_pandemic_ieyenews.pdf
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In 2018, the following incidents were reported: • 03.01.2018 - Russia - Attempted burglary at a diplomat's residence • 03.01.2018 - Russia - Burglary at a diplomat's residence • 05.01.2018 - Iran - Act of vandalism: Two PKK demonstrators entered the Embassy compound illegally to lower the Iranian flag. • 09.01.2018 - Slovakia - Attempted burglary at a diplomat's residence • 25 and 30.01.2018 - Algeria - Attempted burglary at the Ambassador's residence and threats and insults over the telephone against the Ambassador: The competent authorities made an assessment and concluded that the incident would be a crime under ordinary law rather than a terrorism-related crime. (...) Measures were enhanced in view of the national holiday. • 9-10.10.2018 - China - Burglary at a diplomat’s residence • 13.10.2018 - Kuwait - Burglary at a diplomat’s residence: The Crisis Centre was informed, and a complaint was filed. • 20.10.2018 - Senegal - Burglary at a diplomat’s residence • 10.11.2018 - Italy - Act of vandalism: The tires of a diplomat’s vehicle, with a CD licence plate, were punctured with knives. (...) The Crisis Centre was informed. • 14-15.04.2020 - Guinea - Burglary: Burglars penetrated the Embassy compound, broke doors, destroyed equipment and spread white powder in the offices.
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Score: 1680204.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...ion_of_diplomats/belgium_e.pdf
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Country Institution Incidents Date Turkey Residence of the Ambassador Acts of vandalism 10 April 2016 Turkey Consulate General (Antwerp) Intrusion in the garden during the night 2 April 2016 Niger Embassy building Theft of the national flag during the night 16 March 2016 Saudi Arabia Embassy building Threats and suspicious behaviour of an individual January 2016 Hungary Embassy building Acts of vandalism (defacing of the embassy nameplates) 17 October 2015 Mauritania Embassy building Acts of vandalism (graffiti) 5 October 2015 Islamic Republic Embassy building Acts of vandalism (damage to equipment) Early 2015 2 16-10900E of Iran Jamaica Residence of the Ambassador Burglary 6 December 2014 Islamic Republic of Iran Embassy building Acts of vandalism (throwing of stones, graffiti) September- October 2014 Greece Embassy building Acts of vandalism (graffiti) 2 September 2014 Morocco Embassy building Acts of vandalism (graffiti) 19 August 2014 Peru Embassy building Theft of the embassy’s copper nameplates 8 July 2014 Germany Permanent Representation to the European Union Acts of vandalism 25 June 2014 Brunei Darussalam Embassy building Burglary 9 May 2014 Malawi Embassy building Theft of the national flag 3 February 2014 Each incident and the measures taken by the Belgian authorities are outlined below. (...) In 2014, the following incidents were reported: 4 16-10900E  6 December 2014 - Jamaica - burglary at the residence of the Ambassador The police came to the scene and prepared a written report. (...) The Crisis Centre of the Federal Public Service for Internal Affairs was contacted by the Protocol Directorate.  25 June 2014 - Germany - acts of vandalism on the facade of the Permanent Representation to the European Union during a protest The Crisis Centre of the Federal Public Service for Internal Affairs was notified to ensure that police patrols were informed of the issue and appropriate security measures taken.  9 May 2014 - Brunei Darussalam - burglary of the embassy building The police came to the scene and prepared a written report.
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Score: 1448724.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...ion_of_diplomats/belgium_e.pdf
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ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL JUDGEMENT NO. 209 : CASE NO. 202 : CORRADO AGAINST THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS
-ResponsibiIity of the Board either to propose another method of evaluation or to callfor an expert evaluation. (...) Its argument for declining to decide on the compensation due was based solely on the method of evaluating the damage proposed by the Applicant. The Tribunal considers that it was the responsibility of the Board either to propose another method of evaluation, or to call for an expert valuation.
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Score: 1402339.55 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=AT/DEC/209&Lang=E
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ANALYTICAL STUDY ON SERIOUS CRIME : REPORT / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Terms of imprisonment prescribed for the offences of murder, rape, assault, abduction, theft, robbery, burglary, handling stolen property and extortion, by country Country Statutory distinction made between serious and other offences Serious offences Murder Rape Assault (bodily harm) Abduction Theft Robbery Burglary Handling stolen property Extortion (intimida- tion, blackmail) Austria X Maximum imprisonmen t of more than 3 years Up to 20 years or life Up to 5 or 10 years Up to 10 years Up to 5 or 10 years Up to 5, 10, 15, 20 years or life (depending on seriousness) Up to 5 years Up to 5 years Belarusa N/A N/A 4-8 years or 7-10 yearsb Up to 2 years (corrective labour) or a fine or public reprimand or impo- sition of community service Country Statutory distinction made between serious and other offences Serious offences Murder Rape Assault (bodily harm) Abduction Theft Robbery Burglary Handling stolen property Extortion (intimida- tion, blackmail) c Under the Bulgarian Penal Code, more severe punishment is imposed if an offence is committed by two or more persons or if the perpetrator belongs to or leads a criminal organization. (...) Under article 75 of the Penal Code of Romania, there are certain situations that constitute aggravating circumstances, such as, inter alia, perpetration of an offence by three or more persons; perpetration of an offence with violence or through means and methods that present a public threat; and perpetration of an offence with malice. (...) For example, the term of imprisonment for “violation of the regime established for explosive materials”, is 3-10 years, but if the offence is committed by three or more persons, imprisonment is increased to 5-15 years and if perpetration of the offence with violence or through means and methods that present a public threat, imprisonment is 5-20 years.
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Score: 1313141.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/AC.254/22&Lang=E
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WORLD CRIME TRENDS AND EMERGING ISSUES AND RESPONSES IN THE FIELD OF CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Of the three types of crime, burglary typically affects the greatest proportion of respondents in African countries and, according to respondents, is particularly high in Mozambique. (...) The clearest difference is in burglary rates, with a fourfold difference between the two data sets. (...) Figure VIII Reporting to police events involving burglary, assault/threats or robbery in 11 countries in Africa and 30 developed countries 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Burglary Assault/threats Robbery P ec en ta ge o f v ic tim s re po rti ng e ve nt s to p ol ic e 11 countries in Africa 30 ICVS and EU ICS countries 24.
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Score: 1295908.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.15/2011/10&Lang=E
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