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Questionnaire under Draft resolution I of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice - "United Nations standards and norms related primarily to the prevention of crime"

In accordance with Draft resolution I of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recommended (at its 15 th session - 24-28 April 2006) for adoption to the Economic and Social Council, the Secretary-General is requesting Member States to reply to the questionnaires on standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice related primarily to crime prevention and to inform the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime of existing centres and focal points in the area of crime prevention, if applicable, in order to facilitate networking and cooperation, also keeping in mind the invitation to that end contained in the annex to Economic and Social Council resolution 2003/30.

Based on the responses received, the Secretary-General will report to the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its sixteenth session on the use and application of the United Nations standards and norms primarily related to crime prevention, in particular as regards the following:(a) The difficulties encountered in the application of United Nations standards and norms related primarily to crime prevention; (b) Ways in which technical assistance can be provided to overcome those difficulties;(c) Useful practices in addressing existing and emerging challenges in this field;(d) Suggestions from Member States of ways to further improve the existing standards and norms.

Governments are kindly requested to forward their replies, no later than 16 October 2006, in electronic and/or paper form to the Legal Advisory Section, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, P.O. Box 500, A-1400 Vienna, Austria, fax: +43-1-26060 5866. Electronic copies of the questionnaires can also be obtained from the UNODC public website. Electronic replies can be submitted via e-mail to legal@unodc.org

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Questionnaire on Economic and Social Council resolution 2004/26 ("International cooperation in the prevention, investigation, prosecution and punishment of fraud, the criminal misuse and falsification of identity and related crimes").

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Questionnaire on Fraud and the Criminal Misuse and Falsification of Identity (Identity Fraud)

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Questionnaires under Economic and Social Council Resolution 2004/28 of 21 July 2004 Standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice related primarily to persons in custody, alternatives to imprisonment, juvenile justice and restorative justice

In accordance with Economic and Social Council Resolution 2004/28 of 21 July 2004, the Secretary-General is requesting Member States to reply to the questionnaires on standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice related primarily to persons in custody, alternatives to imprisonment, juvenile justice and restorative justice and to indicate their needs for technical assistance in the areas covered by the standards and norms related primarily to persons in custody, alternatives to imprisonment, juvenile justice and restorative justice. Based on the responses received, the Secretary-General will report to the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its fifteenth session on the use and application of the United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice referred to above.

Governments are kindly requested to forward their replies, no later than 16 December 2005, in electronic and/or paper form to the Executive Director, c/o Commissions Secretariat Section, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, P.O. Box 500, A-1400 Vienna, Austria, fax: +43-1-26060 5866. Electronic copies of the questionnaires can be obtained from the website /missions/index.html (under Treaty and Legal Affairs), electronic replies can also be submitted via e-mail to legal@unodc.org

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Pursuant to its Resolution 59/156 on "Preventing, combating and punishing trafficking in human organs", the General Assembly requested the Secretary-General, in collaboration with the States and organizations concerned, to prepare a study on the extent of the phenomenon of trafficking in human organs for submission to the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its fifteenth session in 2006.

To comply with this request, the Secretary-General has prepared a questionnaire. The Governments are kindly requested to forward their replies, no later than 15 November 2005, in electronic and/or paper form, to UNODC, P.O. Box 500, A-1400 Vienna, Austria, fax: +43/1/26060 5866, or to Nicole.Maric@unodc.org.

Questionnaire on General Assembly Resolution 59/156
Preventing, combating and punishing trafficking in human organs 
 

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