slide STUDIES AND ANALYSIS ON TRENDS AND
THREATS REPRESENTED BY THE DIFFERENT
TYPES OF ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AND THE
TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME
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CdE participates in the 24th National Drug Policy Week

Brasília, June 22, 2022 – Cooperation...

CdE starts pilot project to monitor illicit drug prices in Brazil

The Center of Excellence for Supply Reduction...

CdE and SIMCI launch newsletter on monitoring illicit drug prices

The Center of Excellence for Supply Reduction...

SENAD presents CdE project at UNODC event in Colombia

This Monday (7), the National Secretary for Policies on...

Rapid Drug Alert Subsystem in Brazil launches first report

The Brazilian Rapid Drug Alert Subsystem (SAR)...

CdE presents strategic study results at an international seminar

About 230 people attended the International Seminar on...

DATA
Drug seizures in Brazil 1995-2020*

Source: Federal Police | *data collected until May 2020

Cocaine

633,35 tons
1,2 ton of coca leaves
277 kg of seeds

Cannabis and derivatives

4,047 tons
1,60 ton of seeds
434
thousand bottles of lança-perfume / year
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603
thousand LSD samples / year
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783
thousand units of amphetamines / year
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    The pilot project of the Centre of Excellence for Illicit Drug Supply Reduction (CoE Brazil) is the result of an innovative partnership between the National Secretariat for Policies on Drugs of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security (SENAD/MJSP), the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).