DRUGS MONITORING PLATFORM (DMP)
The Drugs Monitoring Platform (DMP) is a common system for collecting, visualizing and sharing drug data. The DMP aims to provide access to real-time data on drug trafficking trends at the micro and macro level, deliver data using interactive visualizations adapted to user specific needs and improve early warning drug threat identification.
Individual Drug Seizure Cases Combined with a Dynamic Mapping Tool to Build Drug Pictures
The DMP provides geographical insight on current trends with close to 400,000 geo-coded individual drug seizure data points, obtained from over 180 countries. The Platform enables the generation of national, regional and international pictures on drug trafficking, including the early identification of drug trafficking routes and related branches.
The DMP offers a range of other mapping and statistical features including but not limited to:
- Map overlays of the estimated total area under opium cultivation in Afghanistan together with drug and precursor seizures and border crossing points;
- mapping of law enforcement training institutions;
- support to the World Health Organization (WHO)/UNODC Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facility Survey.
The Drugs Monitoring Platform is managed by the Research and Trend Analysis Branch and supported by the UNODC Regional Office for Central Asia.
The term cooperating partners
constitutes stakeholders who input or share information integrated into the Drugs Monitoring Platform. Information sharing mechanisms can be developed upon request or on a case-by-case basis.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
The Drugs Monitoring Platform contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Development Agenda 2030.
THE DRUGS MONITORING PLATFORM IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS OF: