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COMMUNICATION NO. 1090/2002 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 79TH SESSION, 20 OCTOBER-7 NOVEMBER 2003 : VIEWS
Tarawa was found guilty of sexual violation by rape, two charges of sexual violation by unlawful sexual connection, indecent assault, burglary, two charges of aggravated burglary, two charges of kidnapping, being an accessory after the fact, three charges of aggravated robbery, demanding with menaces, and unlawfully entering a building. (...) At the same time, the legislation provided for all whose appeals had been determined by a method held unlawful to seek a new appeal, which this author has not yet done. (...) They also allege that habeas corpus and judicial review applications would most likely be unsuccessful, and in any case these remedies would only arise after the ten year non-parole period had passed. 5.3 Concerning the assessment of their future “dangerousness”, the authors adduce academic studies and writings suggesting flaws or imprecisions in common methods of 19 Op.cit. 20 Ibid.
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Score: 1186818.75 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=CCPR/C/79/D/1090/2002&Lang=E
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INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS OF CRIME STATISTICS : CURRENT PROGRESS AND MAIN ISSUES : PAPER / SUBMITTED BY UNITED KINGDOM
COLLECTION OF CRIME STATISTICS 7. The methods used and the collecting agencies for both police statistics and victimisation data vary widely between countries: · few countries carry out regular victimisation surveys (the exceptions being England/Wales, Netherlands and Sweden), although several countries are now planning surveys (e.g. (...) Although many countries are now attempting to standardise the methods of collection between the different police forces in their country, this has still not been achieved. (...) The current sources of international comparative criminal justice data are mainly based on collecting information from central recording systems, the exception being the International Crime Victimisation survey. All the methods described below have developed in a relatively ad hoc way being limited by resources and often being the product of a few enthusiastic individuals rather than centrally funded projects.
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STATE OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE WORLDWIDE : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
One explanation for the consistent decline in burglary and motor vehicle theft may be due to “target hardening”. (...) With respect to data on law enforcement and criminal justice personnel, methods differ across countries in terms of the approach used to count the size of the workforce (for example, in some countries actual persons are counted while in other countries it is the number of budget posts that is important) and to assess which institutions are included in the count. (...) In particular, differences in definitions (for example, the term “official charge” might be understood to mean “all persons officially prosecuted” but also “persons indicted”) mean that the degree to which data are comparable depends heavily on the nature of the criminal justice system and methods used to record statistics. C. Punitivity 53.
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During the second half of 2009, in the Republic of Estonia, there were two burglaries of apartments occupied by members of the Belarusian consular office in Tallinn.
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Score: 1167644.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...omments/Addendum/Belarus_E.pdf
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Some of the benefits of Physical Security using surveillance camera include:  Reduce the risk of thefts and burglary  Protect communities or high‐rise buildings from strangers  Record violence, assault or theft as evidence in prosecution  Reduce bullying and loitering  Improve discipline and behavior  Detect entry of unauthorized people into buildings or communities  Detect bad behavior in public places such as government offices etc.  Safety and Security of staff, employees and visitors  Remote management observation 7.3.6 Smart Connected Workplace The office space has many different systems – Audio‐Visual, Voice, Video Conferencing, E‐mail and a smart office building can leverage these systems to act together.
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Score: 1167644.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page498.html
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CONSIDERATION OF EFFECTIVE MEASURES TO ENHANCE THE PROTECTION, SECURITY AND SAFETY OF DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR MISSIONS AND REPRESENTATIVES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Since it has not been possible to identify suspects who might have committed the burglary, the proceedings have been discontinued according to section 197 of the Austrian Code of Criminal Procedure. (...) These incidents included trespass on embassy premises, low-level threats, petty thefts and burglaries, and some cases of harassment of visitors to missions. (...) Belgium (11 May 2010) reported that no security incidents took place at Belgian diplomatic offices abroad in 2009 and submitted a table summarizing the burglaries/thefts that occurred at diplomatic missions of inter alia, Albania, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, China, Côte d’Ivoire, Denmark, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, India, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Oman, Qatar, the Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine and Yemen in Belgium in 2009: A/65/112 15 10-43699 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 A/65/112 10-43699 16 List of burglaries/thefts reported to Protocol for 2009 Country Type of Mission Type of Crime Date of crime 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 25.
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JUDGEMENT NO. 259. CASE NO. 250 : HOPPENBROUWER
-Qu~srrorl uhrrher. aI rhe rime of a burglary in his hotel. the Applicant was “rra~elling” within rhe meaning of the Ad,ni,li.\trcrrr~,c Insrrucrion ana’ whether rhe burglary was the direct rrsulr of the rravellinR.-Conc,lu. (...) The Applicant was, at the time of the burglary, staying at an hotel in Honolulu. The question therefore arises whether, at that time, he was “travelling” within the meaning of the Administrative Instruction, and whether the burglary was the “direct result of travelling”.
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Cybercrime victimization rates for acts, such as: hacking, and online credit card fraud, are higher than for many conventional crimes such as burglary, and car theft, and are typically higher in develop ing countries than develop ed countries.
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Score: 1147822.6 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i.../Ms.Sara.Greenblatt_UNODC.docx
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If the transmitter complies with the luminance-only encoding mode request, it selects one of the following two methods of encoding only the luminance component: 1) The encoder ignores chrominance components and encodes them as if they were zero according to the picture format of the present H.263 recommendation. (...) The method 2) requires no changes in present H.263 encoders. (...) EMBED PowerPoint.Show.7 Figure 2: Method 2). The chrominance is set to zero before encoding.
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Score: 1143967 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9709_Sun/q15b61.doc
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