United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
A core mission by UNODC is to produce and disseminate high quality statistics on drugs, crime and criminal justice at the international level. UNODC regularly updates global statistical series on crime, criminal justice, drug trafficking and prices, drug production, and drug use.
Eurostat: Crime and Criminal Justice
Since 2008, the crime statistics published by Eurostat cover:
Intentional homicide by legal status and sex of the person involved - number and rate for the relevant sex group; Intentional homicide victims by victim-offender relationship and sex - number and rate for the relevant sex group; Intentional homicide victims by age and sex; Intentional homicide victims in largest cities by sex; Intentional homicide offences in largest cities
United Nations Surveys of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems Series (ICPSR)
The main objectives of the survey include: to conduct a more focused inquiry into the incidence of crime worldwide, to improve knowledge about the incidence of reported crime in the global development perspective and also international understanding of effective ways to counteract crime, to improve the dissemination globally of the information collected, to facilitate an overview of trends and interrelationships among various parts of the criminal justice system so as to promote informed
Contemporary Maritime Piracy Database (CMPD)
The CMPD includes information on maritime piracy attacks from 1991 through 2018, with over 10,000 cases worldwide. Each attack lists information on the date, time, location, target vessel characteristics, victimization, responsible party details, arms, responses, and evasion tactics.
Crime at Sea: A Global Database of Maritime Pirate Attacks (1993–2020)
This dataset contains information from more than 7,500 maritime pirate attacks that took place between January 1993 and December 2020, as well as country indicator data for the same time period.
IMB Piracy and Armed Robbery Map
This live map shows all piracy and armed robbery incidents reported to IMB Piracy Reporting Centre during 2022. If exact coordinates are not provided, estimated positions are shown based on information provided. Zoom-in and click on the pointers to view more information of individual attacks. Pointers may be superimposed on each other. Maps available for 2021 and 2020.
Historical Violence Database
Our goal is to create a collaborative database on the history of violent crime, violent death, and collective violence from medieval times to the present.The purpose is to help scholars better understand violent deaths (homicides, suicides, accidents, casualties of war), serious assaults (attempted murders, sexual assaults, arsons, maimings, aggravated assaults), and contentious political action that leads to violence. Data files from Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S.