This report from the United Nations Economic and Social Council presents information on international efforts to implement policies aimed at the prevention, investigation, prosecution, and punishment of economic fraud and identity-related crime.
United Nations resolution 2013/39, developed by the UN Economic and Social Council, presents policies aimed at the prevention, investigation, prosecution, and punishment of economic fraud and identity-related crime. This report from the Economic and Social Council presents information on efforts by Member States to implement these policies. These efforts were reported to the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at its 23rd meeting. The Member States that reported on their efforts were Algeria, Armenia, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, China, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Germany, Guatemala, Iceland, Latvia, Mexico, Poland, Qatar, the Russian Federation, Spain, and Turkmenistan. The report also provides information on efforts by the UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime) to raise awareness about the problem of identity-related crime.
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