2015 UNODC International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS)

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Executive Summary

The International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS), in its first version, provides a comprehensive framework for producing statistics on crime and criminal justice, including homicide and - as part of it - femicide. The framework allows for comparability of statistics across different criminal justice institutions and jurisdictions. 

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The International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS) was developed using the “Principles and framework for an international classification of crimes for statistical purposes” produced by the UNECE-UNODC Joint Task Force on Crime Classification and endorsed by the Conference of European Statisticians in 2012.

The ICCS was produced on the basis of the plan to finalize by 2015 an international classification of crime for statistical purposes, as approved by the Statistical Commission in its decision 44/110 and by the Economic and Social Council in its resolution 2013/37.

The ICCS provides a framework for the systematic production and comparison of statistical data across different criminal justice institutions and jurisdictions. This means that the ICCS is applicable to all forms of crime data, whatever the stage of the criminal justice process (police, prosecution, conviction, imprisonment) at which they are collected, as well as to data collected in crime victimization surveys.

 

 

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