The ONDRP at a glance
The National Observatory of Crime and Criminal Justice (ONDRP) was set up in November 2003 to analyse crime trends and the associated criminal justice sanctions.
AN INDEPENDENT PUBLIC BODY THAT STUDIES CRIMINAL PHENOMENA
The ONDRP is attached to the National Institute for Advanced Security and Justice Studies (INHESJ), a public institution under the Prime Minister's supervision, whose status was enhanced by Decree No. 2015-1213 of 1 October 2015. It has an Advisory Board which oversees its work and shares information regarding the improvement of statistical systems and the production of knowledge on criminal phenomena. This Board guarantees its independence.
It is tasked with helping to improve knowledge of criminal phenomena and the characteristics of victims, implicated persons and convicted offenders by carrying out statistical studies or producing research articles.
The ONDRP Advisory Board is chaired by Stefan Lollivier, Inspector General of the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (Insee). Its members are elected representatives, security and justice stakeholders in the public and private sectors alike as well as representatives of the research world and the authorities. It is independent and determines the research aims and subjects of the ONDRP. It also defines the strategy guaranteeing the reliability and relevance of statistics.
The ONDRP is a recognised expert in France and abroad today.
Designing and processing the annual INSEE-ONDRP-SSMSI crime victimisation survey
Analysing crimes recorded by the police, gendarmerie and Ministry of Justice
Researching and aligning datasets from the authorities, professional associations and private bodies
Looking at datasets in the context of sources from international organisations and abroad
Statistical studies and analyses
Comparing criminological research with the data obtained
Expert appraisals and partnerships
Regular publications: long formats or executive summaries
Participating in research efforts in France and abroad
Contributing to higher education and vocational training programmes
KEY FACTS AND FIGURES
A team made up of 17 staff members from a range of government departments and contract workers with specific skills
20 publications including 8 long studies
208 hours of teaching delivered by ONDRP staff
28 keynote speeches at conferences in France and abroad
44 meetings with partners
8 partnership agreements
2 major international projects: European Commission and Université de Montréal
32 appearances in television or radio programmes
95% of publications covered by the mediaONDRP booklet