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P-MANUAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SYSTEM OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE STATISTICS
E.86.XVII.16). 2 Guide to Computerization of Information Systems in Criminal Justice, Studies in Methods Series F, No. 58 (United Nations publication, Sales No. (...) Based on such information, the administration can examine a range of options, such as changing classification standards; increasing releases through reprieves and other methods; expanding existing facilities; and building new facilities. (...) Regardless of the technique, all forecasting methods assume that the future is somehow related to the past and present.
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UNICEF OFFICE OF INTERNAL AUDIT AND INVESTIGATIONS 2017 ANNUAL REPORT TO THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
The Office also undertakes investigations into alleged misconduct to help the organization to implement a zero-tolerance policy on fraud, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and other misconduct. (...) Investigations help the organization to implement a zero-tolerance policy towards misconduct, fraud and corruption by examining and determining the veracity of allegations of corrupt or fraudulent practices involving UNICEF and third parties, as well as allegations of other misconduct involving UNICEF staff, non-staff personnel, consultants and institutional contractors. 27. (...) Finally, as one of its priorities for the second half of 2017, OIAI revisited and revised its working methods to accelerate the process for clearing and releasing audit reports, both within the office and to management, including streamlining quality control and review processes, focusing the audit work (and reporting) more tightly on the key risks and issues that really matter to UNICEF, and devolving more responsibility for the end product to the audit teams. 41.
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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
China 9–10 October 2018 Burglary at a diplomat’s residence. Kuwait 13 October 2018 Burglary at a diplomat’s residence. (...) Serbia 11 March 2020 Burglary at the Ambassador’s residence and theft of valuables. (...) Chile End of January 2019 Burglary at the Honorary Consulate in Concepción.
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The following conditions must be observed in connection with suspected, charged or convicted persons: 1) Separate accommodation shall be provided for: - men and women; - minors and adults; in exceptional cases, by agreement with the public prosecutor, in cells where minors are being held permission may be granted for sharing with adults of positive character who are being held for the first time under charge of committing petty or intermediate criminal offences; (Federal Act No. 161-FZ of 8 December 2003) - persons charged for the first time with committing a criminal offence and persons who have previously been kept in a place of detention; - persons under suspicion or charge, and also convicted persons whose sentences have taken effect; - persons under suspicion or charge in the same criminal case. 2) The following persons shall be held separate from other persons under suspicion or charge: - those suspected of or charged with committing crimes against the foundations of constitutional order and national security and crimes against the peace and safety of mankind (Federal Act No. 117-FZ of 21 July 1998); - those suspected of or charged with committing the following crimes under the Russian Federation Criminal Code: murder; murder of a newborn child by its mother; causing intentional and serious harm to another’s health; infection with HIV; kidnap; rape; sexual assault; trafficking of minors; burglary; robbery; extortion under aggravated circumstances; terrorism; taking of hostages; organizing an unlawful armed gathering; banditry; organized crime; piracy; making an attempt on the life of a person engaged in the pursuit of justice or in carrying out a preliminary investigation; making an attempt on the life of a law enforcement officer; disrupting the normal operation of institutions whose task is to ensure separation from society (Federal Act No. 117-FZ of 21 July 1998).
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Score: 1128539.1 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...ational_legislation_piracy.pdf
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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
This incident is being followed closely by the Belgian security services. 2010: harmful acts targeting foreign diplomatic missions, as reported to the Department of Protocol for Foreign Affairs Country Institution Harmful act Date Afghanistan Embassy Embassy burglary 3/10/2010 Bhutan Embassy Theft of national flag 19/1/2010 Bhutan Embassy Theft of national flag 8/11/2010 Gambia Embassy Embassy burglary 16/4/2010 Iceland Embassy Attempted break-in of embassy premises 10/7/2010 League of Arab States Organization Mission burglary 24/1/2010 League of Arab States Organization Attempted break-in of mission premises 14/4/2010 Lesotho Embassy Embassy burglary 28/1/2010 Qatar Embassy Embassy burglary 22/3/2010 A/67/126 9 12-40389 Country Institution Harmful act Date Saudi Arabia Embassy Attempted break-in of embassy premises 23/1/2010 Sweden Embassy Embassy burglary 17/1/2010 Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) Embassy Attempted burglary of diplomatic building (military offices) 25/1/2010 Specific measures A diplomatic mission with a security issue reports it to the Department of Protocol for Foreign Affairs. (...) A diplomat at the Embassy had a burglary. The stolen property was worth about 540,000 Swedish krona. (...) Ukraine 11 April 2011 a diplomat at the Embassy had a burglary and jewellery valued at 500,000 Swedish krona were stolen.
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ESTIMATING THE ILLEGAL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN THE NATIONAL ACCOUNTS OF UKRAINE IN 2005 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The volume of drugs operations can be estimated both by the production and by the expenditure method. The output and imports are taken into account by the production method. (...) The amount of smuggled goods can be defined by the balancing method as difference between registered resources and consumption of goods. This method is used for alcohol beverages, tobacco and drugs.
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SAFETY AND SECURITY OF HUMANITARIAN PERSONNEL AND PROTECTION OF UNITED NATIONS PERSONNEL :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
While some of those attacks were of a sophisticated nature, many were not, and yet had a significant impact, as terrorist groups encouraged their followers to employ a wide range of methods, including using knives, ramming vehicles into pedestrians, carrying out office intrusions and armed assaults, detonating vehicle-borne and person-borne improvised explosive devices, kidnapping and hostage-taking. 8. (...) International personnel were, however, affected to a greater extent than locally recruited personnel by burglary, residence break-in, intimidation, harassment and robbery. (...) The Department is evaluating all training needs and identifying innovative, cost -efficient and sustainable methods to meet the high demand for training within limited resources. 48.
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SAFETY AND SECURITY OF HUMANITARIAN PERSONNEL AND PROTECTION OF UNITED NATIONS PERSONNEL :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In Europe, attacks were less frequent and on a smaller scale than in the previous reporting periods, and they relied heavily on the use of unsophisticated methods such as ramming vehicles into pedestrians or attacking victims with knives. (...) In this reporting period, the data on direct attacks against United Nations premises and vehicles were collected using a different method that applied a more stringent definition of armed attacks and did not include relatively minor events. (...) Of the 1,473 United Nations personnel affected by security incidents in 2017, 883 (about 60 per cent) were victims of criminal acts, which included robberies, residence break-ins, burglaries and aggravated and sexual assault (see figure IV and annex III).
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Table 3: Quick Interruption Method Pattern to Replace Replacement Pattern (N-1) * 0x00, 0x00 (N-1) * 0x00, S, 0x00 (N-1) * 0x00, S (N-1) * 0x00, S Note that this still allows the encoder to insert any number of zero-valued bytes just prior to any start code without harming the ability for the decoder to identify the location of the end of the data payload or the location of the next start code. (...) Table 4: Combination Method Pattern to Replace Replacement Pattern N * 0x00, 0x00 N * 0x00, S, 0x00 N * 0x00, 0x01 N * 0x00, S, 0x01 N * 0x00, S N * 0x00, S, S Note that this still allows the encoder to insert any number of zero-valued bytes just prior to any start code without harming the ability for the decoder to identify the location of the end of the data payload or the location of the next start code. (...) A Complexity Reduction Trick If we examine the operation in the encoder for the combination method of the previous section, its emulation prevention process will search for N zero bytes followed by three different values: 0x00, or 0x01 or S.
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