The Drugs Monitoring Platform (DMP) is a multi-source database which holds a range of drug-related data provided to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) by the Member States, other data-sharing partners, or obtained from open sources. The DMP draws its strength from the contributions of and collaboration with UN Member States and other cooperating partners in relation to the sharing of individual drug seizure data. As such, access to the DMP can only be granted to certain user groups who share data with UNODC
- Staff members of UNODC or other UN offices that research the impact of drug trafficking;
- Member State law enforcement organizations (local, national or federal police organizations);
- Member State government departments involved in drug related policy (for example Ministries of Interior, Ministries of Health, Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Embassies);
- Member State military units including military police and units involved in counter narcotics operations (for example Combined Maritime Forces);
- International police organizations (for example INTERPOL and EUROPOL);
- • Supra-national government organizations with an interest in drug-related policy and research (for example CSTO, AU, SCO, NATO, EU);
Due to the restricted nature of some of the data on the Drugs Monitoring Platform, UNODC is unable to allow access to the following groups:
- Academia and other research institutions;
- Members of the public;
- Commercial companies;
- Individuals requesting registration with a personal email account (unless they have been verified).
Users of the Drugs Monitoring Platform agree not to share information from the system with groups who are not authorised to access the system.