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Patrick Burton Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention (CJCP)

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The Common Challenges of Monitoring Conflict, Crime and Violence: The Nairobi Crime Observatory

The Common Challenges of Monitoring Conflict, Crime and Violence: The Nairobi Crime Observatory

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  • 1. The Common Challenges of Monitoring Conflict, Crime and Violence: The Nairobi Crime Observatory Patrick Burton June 2013 Geneva VIOLENCE REDUCTION AND PEACEBUILDING: HOW VIOLENCE OBSERVATORIES CAN CONTRIBUTE
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  • 3. Overview 3
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  • 5. 5 Collect data Data Sources Police stations Health Officials Police Administration officials Judiciary Officials Chiefs and Chiefs assistants Children’s Officers Data capturing Data Analysis and interpretation Produce weekly statistics Disseminate weekly reports Produce Monthly reports Disseminate monthly reports Data validation Write up Annual report Disseminate annual result report Information Validation workshop Dissemination of information to the public
  • 6. Design/Implementation • Distrust in the police, and in the utilization of the data • Resources constraints: – To record and analyse the data – to act on analysis • Data validation (population survey as part of audit and evaluation) Policy / Take-up • Integration of different forms or types of data (crime? Violence? GBV/VAWG/VAC) • Potential double-capture of cases of violence • Ownership (credibility) of process, data 6 Challenges
  • 7. Potential Success Factors • Initiated from the community level (Ownership) • Opportune moment politically • Support and buy-in of the IGP • Integration of data collection and analysis within the context of other local safety initiatives, including planning and interventions, and community safety structures • Starting relatively focused with opportunities and systems built in to expand • Integration of ICT 7
  • 8. 8 "Crime and violence impedes development, rolls back gains on women and children’s rights and threatens democratic governance"
  • 9. THANKYOU Patrick@cjcp.org.za www.cjcp.org.za 9
  • 10. THANKYOU Patrick@cjcp.org.za www.cjcp.org.za 9

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