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Intentional homicide, number and rate per 100,000 populationGo toSearch glossaries

Source: UNODC Homicide Statistics 2012 | United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

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Country or AreaYearCountRateSourceSource Type
Switzerland2010520.7CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2009510.7CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2008540.7CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2007510.7CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2006600.8CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2005751.0CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2004791.1CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2003731.0CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2002861.2CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2001861.2CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland2000691.0CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland1999891.2CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland1998761.1CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland1997871.2CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland1996831.2CTS/EurostatCJ
Switzerland1995821.2CTS/EurostatCJ
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UNODC Homicide Statistics 2012

Source:  United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

UNODC Homicide Statistics provide users with a reference for the largest number of countries and the longest time series on homicide data possible. A variety of national and international sources on homicide have been considered to compile UNODC Homicide Statistics and, in order to present accurate and comparable statistics, data have been selected which conform as much as possible to the definition of intentional homicide used by UNODC for statistical purpose: ‘‘unlawful death purposefully inflicted on a person by another person”.

All existing data sources on intentional homicides, both at national and international level, stem from either criminal justice or public health systems. In the former case, data are generated by law enforcement or criminal justice authorities in the process of recording and investigating a crime event while, in the latter, data are produced by health authorities certifying the cause of death of an individual. Public health data on homicides were derived from databases on deaths by cause disseminated by WHO, both at central level and through some of its regional offices.

Data included in the dataset correspond to the original value provided by the source of origin, since no statistical procedure or modelling was used to change collected values or to create new or revised figures.

    Source type:
  • CJ: Criminal Justice
  • PH: Public Health
    Data sources:
  • CTS: United Nations Surveys on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (CTS)
  • Eurostat: The statistical office of the European Union. Offences recorded by the police.
  • GBI: Global Burden of Injuries, Injury Mortality Data Collection
  • Interpol: International Criminal Justice organization
  • NGO: Non-governmental organization
  • NSO: National Statistical Office
  • OAS: Organization of American States - Observatory on Citizen Security. Number of offences of intentional homicide recorded by the police.
  • OCAVI: Observatorio Centroamericano sobre Violencia - The Central American Observatory on Violence. Sourced from national police data.
  • PAHO: Pan American Health Organization's Core Health Data System
  • SES: Regional System of Standardized Citizen Security and Coexistence Indicators
  • Transmonee: UNICEF TransMONEE Database. Innocenti Research Centre, Florence
  • UN-OCHA: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Integrated Regional Information Network
  • UN-PKO: UN Peacekeeping Operations
  • WHO: World Health Organization Global Burden of Disease Mortality Estimates
      Last update in UNdata: 1 August 2012
      Next update in UNdata: Jun 2013