Drugs Monitoring Platform

The UNODC Drugs Monitoring Platform is a multi-source system for collecting, visualizing, and sharing drug data aimed at providing access to near real-time data on drug trafficking trends, delivering data using interactive visualizations adapted to user-specific needs, and improving early warning drug threat identification for law enforcement and analysts. The Drugs Monitoring Platform provides additional geographical insight on current drug trafficking trends, with over 493,000 geo-coded drug seizure data points obtained from countries around the world.

 

REVISED DMP ACCESS POLICY

Revised access policy

Includes information on data available in the Platform, new levels of access, and criteria for access. More

Total seizure events
505, 658
Opioids

91,510

Cocaine-type

138,186

Cannabis-type (excluding synthetic cannabinoids)

249,035

Amphetamine-type stimulants (excluding ecstasy)

31,648

Hallucinogens

1,730

New Psychoactive Substances

25,324

Precursors

2,722

Download Individual Drug Seizures

The Individual Drugs Seizures (IDS) dataset contains the most recent available information on global drug trafficking trends, submitted to UNODC by the Member States through the Individual Drug Seizure (IDS) data collection mandated by the drug conventions. Each event represents a singular interception or apprehension.

 

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Sustainable Development Goals

SDG goal 5
SDG goal 3
SDG goal 16

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THE DRUGS MONITORING PLATFORM IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA