United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network (UNCJIN)
1988-09 New York NY USA
Sep 1988, New York NY (USA), in collaboration with the School of Criminal Justice at the State University of New York at Albany, in response to resolution 1986/11 of E-XE3377 - ECOSOC. Ceased to exist when incorporated into E-XE3574 - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
Facilitate information exchange and interlinkages among policy makers, planners, practitioners, scholars and other experts as well as United Nations national correspondents and research institutions; provide gateways permitting transfer of knowledge, including research results; link criminal justice documentation centres and libraries round the world; support establishment and expansion of computerized national and local criminal justice systems.
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Day-to-day activities managed by H-XE3573 - United Nations Centre for International Crime Prevention, Vienna (CICP).
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