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1 POLICE 1. Police personnel, by sex, and financial resources, Police are part of the national security force Yes Yes Country has more than one police force Yes Yes Police or law enforcement personnel fulfill prosecutorial functions 1.1 Total police personnel 1.2 Female police personnel 1.3 Male police personnel There is a specialised police body assigned to the policing of organized crime 1.4 Total police personnel assigned to the policing of organized crime Total police budget/financial resources in millions of local currency Currency used Table 1: Use of an alternative reference date to "31 December" Table 1: Alternative date Table 1: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table 1 18 December 2008 Page 2251 of 2339

2 POLICE 2. Crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics and persons brought into initial formal contact with the police, by type of crime, Largest City Dubai Dubai City population 1,321,453 1,346,000 Definition consistent with questionnaire for "total recorded crimes" 2.0 Grand total of recorded crimes 64,291 72,670 1, , Grand total of recorded crimes in city 24,767 29,986 1, , Grand total of suspects 49,598 57,112 1, , Definition consistent with questionnaire for "intentional homicide" 2.3 Total recorded intentional homicide, completed Total recorded committed intentional homicides in city Committed intentional homicide suspects 2.6 Total recorded intentional homicides committed with a firearm 2.7 Intentional homicide, completed with a firearm: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.8 Intentional homicide committed with a firearm suspects 2.9 Total recorded intentional homicide, attempted 2.10 Total recorded attempted intentional homicides in city 2.11 Attempted intentional homicide suspects 2.12 Intentional homicide, attempted with a firearm: Total recorded offences at the national level 2.13 Intentional homicide, attempted with a firearm: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.14 Intentional homicide, attempted with a firearm: Total persons suspected, arrested, cautioned Definition consistent with questionnaire for "non intentional homicide" 2.15 Total recorded non intentional homicides Total recorded non intentional homicides in city Total non intentional homicide suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "assault" Yes Yes Data on assault include threats Data on assault include slapping/punching 2.18 Total recorded assaults December 2008 Page 2252 of 2339

3 POLICE 2. Crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics and persons brought into initial formal contact with the police, by type of crime, 2.19 Total recorded assaults in city Total assault suspects There is a distinction between aggravated and simple assault Yes Yes 2.21 Total recorded major assaults 2.22 Total recorded major assaults in city 2.23 Major assault suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "rape" Yes Yes Distinction between sexual assault and actual penetration Includes consensual underage sexual relations 2.24 Total recorded rapes Total recorded rapes in city Rape suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "robbery" Includes muggings Includes theft with violence 2.27 Total recorded robberies Total recorded robberies in city 2.29 Robbery suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "theft" Includes cases in which the property is returned 2.30 Total recorded thefts 2.31 All theft in the city 2.32 Total theft suspects Distinction between grand (major) and petty theft 2.33 Total recorded major thefts 2.34 Major theft in the city 2.35 Major theft suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "motor vehicle/automobile theft" Are data on motor vehicle/automobile theft included in total theft? 2.36 Total recorded automobile theft December 2008 Page 2253 of 2339

4 POLICE 2. Crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics and persons brought into initial formal contact with the police, by type of crime, 2.37 Motor vehicle/automobile theft: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.38 Automobile theft suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "housebreaking / burglary" Data include: Theft from a factory, shop or office Data include: Theft from a military establishment Data include: Theft by using false keys Data include: Theft from a car Data include: Theft from a container Data include: Theft from a vending machine Data include: Theft from a parking meter Data include: Theft from fenced meadow/compound Are data on housebreaking / burglary included in total theft? 2.39 Total recorded burglaries 2.40 Housebreaking / Burglary: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.41 Burglary suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "economic fraud" Includes fraudulent obtaining of financial property Are data on economic fraud included in total theft? 2.42 Total recorded frauds 2.43 Economic fraud: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.44 Fraud suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "embezzlement" Includes fraudulent obtaining of financial property Are data on economic fraud included in total theft? Total recorded embezzlements City embezzlement Embezzlement suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "drug related crimes" 2.48 Total recorded drug offenses December 2008 Page 2254 of 2339

5 POLICE 2. Crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics and persons brought into initial formal contact with the police, by type of crime, 2.49 Drug related crimes: Total recorded offences in the largest city Total drug crime suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "drug trafficking" Are data on drug trafficking included in drug related crimes? 2.51 Total recorded illicit drug traffic crimes Drug trafficking: Total recorded offences in the largest city Drug trafficking suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "bribery and/or corruption" 2.54 Total recorded bribery crimes City bribery or corruption Bribery/corruption suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "active bribery" 2.57 Active bribery: Total recorded offences at the national level 2.58 Active bribery: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.59 Active bribery: Total persons suspected, arrested, cautioned Definition consistent with questionnaire for "passive bribery" 2.60 Passive bribery: Total recorded offences at the national level 2.61 Passive bribery: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.62 Passive bribery: Total persons suspected, arrested, cautioned Definition consistent with questionnaire for "kidnapping" 2.63 Total recorded kidnappings City kidnapping Kidnapping suspects Definition consistent with questionnaire for "human trafficking" Are data on sexual exploitation included in human trafficking? Are data on forced labour included in human trafficking? 2.66 Human trafficking: Total recorded offences at the national level Human trafficking: Total recorded offences in the largest city Human trafficking: Total persons suspected, arrested, cautioned 18 December 2008 Page 2255 of 2339

6 POLICE 2. Crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics and persons brought into initial formal contact with the police, by type of crime, Definition consistent with questionnaire for "smuggling of migrants" 2.69 Smuggling of migrants: Total recorded offences at the national level 2.70 Smuggling of migrants: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.71 Smuggling of migrants: Total persons suspected, arrested, cautioned Definition consistent with questionnaire for "counterfeit currency offences" Are data on counterfeit currency offences included in economic fraud? 2.72 Counterfeit currency offences: Total recorded offences at the national level 2.73 Counterfeit currency offences: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.74 Counterfeit currency offences: Total persons suspected, arrested, cautioned Definition consistent with questionnaire for "participation in organized criminal groups" 2.75 Participation in organized criminal groups: Total recorded offences at the national level 2.76 Participation in organized criminal groups: Total recorded offences in the largest city 2.77 Participation in organized criminal groups: Total persons suspected, arrested, cautioned Source: city population Comments for "Total recorded crimes" Comments for "Intentional homicide" Comments for "Non intentional homicide" Comments for "Assault" Comments for "Rape" Comments for "Robbery" Comments for "Theft" 18 December 2008 Page 2256 of 2339

7 POLICE 2. Crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics and persons brought into initial formal contact with the police, by type of crime, Comments for "Motor vehicle/automobile theft" Comments for "Housebreaking / Burglary" Comments for "Economic fraud" Comments for "Embezzlement" Comments for "Drug related crimes" Comments for "Drug trafficking" Comments for "Bribery and/or corruption" Comments for "Kidnapping" Comments for "Human trafficking" Comments for "Smuggling of migrants" Comments for "Counterfeit currency offences" Comments for "Participation in organized criminal groups" Table 2: Source(s) of the data provided 18 December 2008 Page 2257 of 2339

8 POLICE 3. Persons brought into formal contact with the criminal justice system, regardless of the type of crime, by category and sex, age group and citizenship, where formal contact might include being suspected, arrested, cautioned, Data refer to persons suspected Data refer to persons arrested Data refer to persons cautioned Data refer to other categories 3.1 Total female suspects 6,615 6, Total male suspects 42,983 50,181 1, , Total adult suspects 47,282 55,222 1, , Adult female suspects 6,416 6, Adult male suspects 40,866 48, , Total juvenile suspects 2,316 1, Juvenile female suspects Juvenile male suspects 2,117 1, Formal contact with the criminal justice system: Citizens of other countries Table 3: Source(s) of the data provided Police: Definition of 'adult' used in the national criminal justice system Police: Definition of 'juvenile' used in the national criminal justice system Over 18 below 18 Police: Definition of 'citizen of other countries' used in the national criminal justice system Comments for Table 3 18 December 2008 Page 2258 of 2339

9 POLICE 4. Supplementary information on crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics Are there written rules regulating the way in which criminal (police) data are recorded? Data is collected: 1 when reported to police, 2 before invastigation, 3 after investigation A principal offence rule is applied Multiple offences are counted as: 1 one offence, 2 two or more offences, 3 uncertain An offence committed by more than one person is counted as : 1 one offence, 2 two or more offences, 3 uncertain 1 Data recording methods have been substantially modified during the reporting period Table 4: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table 4 18 December 2008 Page 2259 of 2339

10 PROSECUTION 5. Prosecution personnel, by category, and financial resources, 5.0 Total prosecution personnel Female prosecution personnel 5.2 Male prosecution personnel There is a specialized prosecution body dealing with organized crime 5.3 Total prosecution officials assigned to the prosecution of organized crime Total prosecution budget/financial resources in millions of local currency Currency used Prosecutor agency Table 5: Use of an alternative reference date to "31 December" Table 5: Alternative date Table 5: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table 5 6. Persons prosecuted, by selected types of crime, 6.1 Total prosecuted for committed intentional homicide Human Trafficking: Persons prosecuted 6.3 Smuggling of Migrants: Persons prosecuted Participation in Organized Criminal Groups: Persons prosecuted Table 6: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table 6 18 December 2008 Page 2260 of 2339

11 PROSECUTION 7. Persons prosecuted, regardless of the type of crime, by sex, age group, and citizenship, 7.0 Total persons prosecuted 3,082 3, Total females prosecuted Total males prosecuted 2,948 3, Total adults prosecuted 3,078 3, Adult females prosecuted Adult males prosecuted 2,944 3, Total juveniles prosecuted Juvenile females prosecuted Juvenile males prosecuted Persons prosecuted: Citizens of other countries 1,676 1, Are citizens of other countries included in total persons prosecuted? Table 7: Source(s) of the data provided Prosecution: Definition of 'adult' used in the national criminal justice system Prosecution: Definition of 'juvenile' used in the national criminal justice system Prosecution: Definition of 'citizen of other countries' used in the national criminal justice system Over 18 under 18 non UAE Citizins Comments for Table 7 18 December 2008 Page 2261 of 2339

12 COURTS 8. Judges, by status and sex, and financial resources, including in appeal courts, 8.0 Total number of professional judges/magistrates 8.1 Number of female professional judges/magistrates 8.2 Number of male professional judges/magistrates 8.3 Number of part time professional judges/magistrates 8.4 Professional part time judges: Females 8.5 Professional part time judges: Males Part time personnel is NOT included in total professional judges or magistrates 8.6 Number of lay judges/magistrates 8.7 Number of female lay judges/magistrates 8.8 Number of male lay judges/magistrates 8.9 Number of part time lay judges/magistrates 8.10 Lay part time judges: Females 8.11 Lay part time judges: Males Data on part time personnel is NOT included in total lay judges or magistrates There is a specialised court dealing with organized crime 8.12 Total professional judges or magistrates assigned to the judging of organized crime Total court budget/financial resources in millions of local currency Currency used Table 8: Use of an alternative reference date to "31 December" Table 8: Alternative date Table 8: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table 8 18 December 2008 Page 2262 of 2339

13 COURTS 9. Persons brought before the criminal courts and estimates on output statistics, regardless of the type of crime, Data on total persons brought before the criminal courts (input statistics) are available 9.0 Total number of persons brought before the criminal courts 9.1 Conviction rate 9.2 Duration of criminal trials (months) Table 9: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table Persons convicted in the criminal courts, by selected types of crime, 10.1 Total convicted for committing intentional homicide Human Trafficking: Persons convicted 10.3 Smuggling of Migrants: Persons convicted Participation in Organized Criminal Groups: Persons convicted Table 10: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2263 of 2339

14 COURTS 11. Persons convicted in the criminal courts, by sex, age group and citizenship, 11.0 Grand total of persons convicted 97,726 81,863 2, , Total females convicted 12,507 12, Total males convicted 83,186 68,798 2, , Total adults convicted 95,693 81,060 2, , Adult females convicted 12,507 12, Adult males convicted 83,186 68,798 2, , Total juveniles convicted 2, Juvenile females convicted 11.8 Juvenile males convicted 11.9 Persons convicted: Citizens of other countries 82,491 72,263 2, , Citizens of other countries are included in total persons convicted Yes Yes Table 11: Source(s) of the data provided Courts: Definition of 'adult' used in the national criminal justice system Courts: Definition of 'juvenile' used in the national criminal justice system Courts: Definition of 'citizen of other countries' used in the national criminal justice system Over 18 below 18 other nationalities Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2264 of 2339

15 PRISONS 12. Adult prisons, penal institutions or correctional institutions (including institutions for pre trial detention), 12.1 Total number of adult prisons, penal or correctional institutions (excluding temporary jail lock ups) 12.2 Adult prisons: Official capacity (intended number of places available without overcrowding) ,715 6, Table 12: Use of an alternative reference date to "31 December" Table 12: Alternative date Table 12: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table Juvenile prisons, penal institutions or correctional institutions, 13.1 Total number of juvenile prisons, penal or correctional institutions (excluding temporary jail lock ups) Data for juvenile prisons are included in adult prisons 13.2 Juvenile prisons: Official capacity (intended number of places available without overcrowding) Data for juvenile prison capacity are included in adult prison capacity Table 13: Use of an alternative reference date to "31 December" Table 13: Alternative date Table 13: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2265 of 2339

16 PRISONS 14. Staff of adult or juvenile prisons, penal institutions or correctional institutions (including institutions for pre trial detention), by sex, and financial resources, 14.0 Total number of staff in adult prisons 14.1 Total number of female staff in adult prisons Total number of male staff in adult prisons 2,860 2, Total number of staff in juvenile prisons Total staff of juvenile prisons is included in total staff for adult prisons 14.4 Total number of female staff in juvenile prisons Total female staff of juvenile prisons is included in total female staff for adult prisons 14.5 Total number of male staff in juvenile prisons Total male staff of juvenile prisons is included in total male staff for adult prisons Total prison budget/financial resources (adult and juvenile institutions) in millions of local currency Table 14: Use of an alternative reference date to "31 December" Table 14: Alternative date Table 14: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2266 of 2339

17 PRISONS 15. Persons held in prisons, penal institutions or correctional institutions (including institutions for pretrial detention), regardless of the type of crime Legal status, sex, age group and citizenship, selected day, 15.0 Total persons incarcerated 9,936 11, Total persons awaiting trial or adjudication 4,440 5, Total persons sentenced to incarceration 5,496 6, Incarcerated persons: convicted awaiting the sentence 15.4 Incarcerated persons: in other categories 15.5 Incarcerated persons: total adults 9,936 11, Incarcerated persons: total juveniles Incarcerated persons: total females 1,395 1, Incarcerated persons: total males 8,541 9, Incarcerated persons: female adults 1,363 1, Incarcerated persons: female juveniles Incarcerated persons: male adults 8,456 9, Incarcerated persons: male juveniles Incarcerated persons: citizens of other countries 8,953 10, Table 15: Selected day Table 15: Source(s) of the data provided Prisons: Definition of 'adult' used in the national criminal justice system Prisons: Definition of 'juvenile' used in the national criminal justice system Prisons: Definition of 'citizen of other countries' used in the national criminal justice system Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2267 of 2339

18 PRISONS 16. Persons on probation or under another form of supervision in the community, selected day, Definition consistent with questionnaire for "persons on probation" 16.0 Total persons placed on probation on given day 16.1 Adults placed on probation on given day 16.2 Juveniles placed on probation on given day Table 16: Selected day Table 16: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table Persons on conditional release/parole, by age group, selected day, Definition consistent with questionnaire for "persons on conditional release/parole" 17.0 Total persons placed on release/parole on given day 17.1 Adult persons on conditional release/parole 17.2 Juvenile persons on conditional release/parole Table 17: Selected day Table 17: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2268 of 2339

19 PRISONS 18. Estimated percentage of prisoners suffering from 18.1 Prisoners suffering from drug addiction Prisoners suffering from HIV/AIDS Prisoners suffering from tuberculosis Prisoners suffering from mental illness Table 18: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2269 of 2339

20 Annex 19. Statistics on police recorded crime: homicide and other crimes leading to the death of another person, by category Metadata 19.1 Attempted homicide 19.2 Murder 19.3 Manslaughter 19.4 Infanticide 19.5 Homicide related to intimate/proximity 19.6 Homicide related to family 19.7 Homicide related to felony murder/robbery/assault leading to death 19.8 Homicide related to fight 19.9 Homicide related to sex Homicide related to drug Homicide related to alcohol Homicide related to arson Homicide related to gang/organized crime Homicide related to juvenile gang killings Homicide related to act of terrorism Homicide related to professional negligence Abortion Euthanasia Help with suicide Causing death by dangerous driving Causing death by careless driving Other 1. recorded separately? 2. recorded as a group under cons. intentional homicide 4. cons. nonintentional homicide 5. cons. a crime, but not homicide 6. not considered a crime 7. Wording in national language Table 19: Source(s) of the data provided Comments for Table December 2008 Page 2270 of 2339

21 Annex 20. Statistics on police recorded crime: homicide and other crimes leading to the death of another person, by category Years 2005 and Attempted homicide: Total recorded offences Attempted homicide: Cases solved (%) 20.2 Murder: Total recorded offences Murder: Cases solved (%) 20.3 Manslaughter: Total recorded offences Manslaughter: Cases solved (%) 20.4 Infanticide: Total recorded offences Infanticide: Cases solved (%) 20.5 Homicide related to intimate/proximity: Total recorded offences Homicide related to intimate/proximity: Cases solved (%) 20.6 Homicide related to family: Total recorded offences Homicide related to family: Cases solved (%) 20.7 Homicide related to felony murder/robbery/assault leading to death: Total recorded offences Homicide related to felony murder/robbery/assault leading to death: Cases solved (%) 20.8 Homicide related to fight: Total recorded offences Homicide related to fight: Cases solved (%) 20.9 Homicide related to sex: Total recorded offences Homicide related to sex: Cases solved (%) Homicide related to drug: Total recorded offences Homicide related to drug: Cases solved (%) Homicide related to alcohol: Total recorded offences Homicide related to alcohol: Cases solved (%) Homicide related to arson: Total recorded offences Homicide related to arson: Cases solved (%) Homicide related to gang/organized crime: Total recorded offences Homicide related to gang/organized crime: Cases solved (%) Homicide related to juvenile gang killings: Total recorded offences Homicide related to juvenile gang killings: Cases solved (%) 18 December 2008 Page 2271 of 2339

22 Annex 20. Statistics on police recorded crime: homicide and other crimes leading to the death of another person, by category Years 2005 and Homicide related to act of terrorism: Total recorded offences Homicide related to act of terrorism: Cases solved (%) Homicide related to professional negligence: Total recorded offences Homicide related to professional negligence: Cases solved (%) Abortion: Total recorded offences Abortion: Cases solved (%) Euthanasia: Total recorded offences Euthanasia: Cases solved (%) Help with suicide: Total recorded offences Help with suicide: Cases solved (%) Causing death by dangerous driving: Total recorded offences Causing death by dangerous driving: Cases solved (%) Causing death by careless driving: Total recorded offences Causing death by careless driving: Cases solved (%) Other: Total recorded offences Other: Cases solved (%) Figures are checked with other sources Details for checking with other sources Figures are revised retrospectively Details for retrospective revision Used counting unit Explicit counting unit Table 20: Source(s) of the data provided Table 20: Comments 18 December 2008 Page 2272 of 2339

23 Annex 21. Statistics on police recorded crime: theft of motor vehicles, by category Metadata 21.1 Attempted theft of motor vehicles 21.2 Theft from motor vehicle 21.3 Handling of stolen motor vehicle 21.4 Trafficking of stolen cars/ Organized crime 21.5 Aggravated motor vehicle theft (using force against the person)/ Car hijacking 21.6 Joyriding 21.7 Theft of Cars/automobiles 21.8 Theft of taxi 21.9 Theft of vehicles for the transportation of livestock Theft of vans/minibuses Theft of motorcycles Theft of scooters/mopeds Theft of motorised miniscooters Theft of cyclomotors Theft of quad bikes Theft of caravans/motor homes Theft of buses Theft of coaches Theft of trains Theft of trams Theft of lorries Theft of construction vehicles Theft of agricultural vehicles Theft of military vehicles Theft of boats Theft of other motorised seacrafts Theft of snowmobiles Theft of aeroplanes Theft of other motorised aircrafts Theft of other categories of vehicle not mentioned above 1. recorded separately? 2. recorded as a group under Wording in national language 18 December 2008 Page 2273 of 2339

24 Annex 21. Statistics on police recorded crime: theft of motor vehicles, by category Metadata Table 21: Source(s) of the data provided Table 21: Comments 18 December 2008 Page 2274 of 2339

25 Annex 22. Statistics on police recorded crime: theft of motor vehicles, by category Years 2005 and Attempted theft of motor vehicles: Total number of recorded offences 22.2 Theft from motor vehicle: Total number of recorded offences 22.3 Handling of stolen motor vehicle: Total number of recorded offences 22.4 Trafficking of stolen cars/ Organized crime: Total number of recorded offences 22.5 Aggravated motor vehicle theft (using force against the person)/ Car hijacking: Total number of recorded offences 22.6 Joyriding: Total number of recorded offences 22.7 Theft of Cars/automobiles: Total number of recorded offences 22.8 Theft of taxi: Total number of recorded offences 22.9 Theft of vehicles for the transporetation of livestock: Total number of recorded offences Theft of vans/minibuses: Total number of recorded offences Theft of motorcycles: Total number of recorded offences Theft of scooters/mopeds: Total number of recorded offences Theft of motorised miniscooters: Total number of recorded offences Theft of cyclomotors: Total number of recorded offences Theft of quad bikes: Total number of recorded offences Theft of caravans/motor homes: Total number of recorded offences Theft of buses: Total number of recorded offences Theft of coaches: Total number of recorded offences Theft of trains: Total number of recorded offences Theft of trams: Total number of recorded offences Theft of lorries: Total number of recorded offences Theft of construction vehicles: Total number of recorded offences Theft of agricultural vehicles: Total number of recorded offences Theft of military vehicles: Total number of recorded offences Theft of boats: Total number of recorded offences Theft of other motorised seacrafts: Total number of recorded offences 18 December 2008 Page 2275 of 2339

26 Annex 22. Statistics on police recorded crime: theft of motor vehicles, by category Years 2005 and Theft of snowmobiles: Total number of recorded offences Theft of aeroplanes: Total number of recorded offences Theft of other motorised aircrafts: Total number of recorded offences Theft of other categories not mentioned above: Total number of recorded offences Figures are checked with other sources Details for checking with other sources Figures are revised retrospectively Details for retrospective revision Table 22: Source(s) of the data provided Table 22: Comments 18 December 2008 Page 2276 of 2339

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