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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UNODC and MJSP launch study on illicit drug market in Brazil

Brasilia, December 13, 2022 – A panorama...

CdE and MJSP launch course on drug trafficking and transnational organized crime

The free online course, which helps the development...

Rapid Drug Alert Subsystem (SAR) completes one year

The Rapid Drug Alert Subsystem (SAR) complete,...

Fight against drugs: free course helps public managers in the preparation of plans on the subject

Course offered by the Ministry of Justice has virtual classes...

Data on the reduction of drug supply in Brazil
Seizures between 1995 and 2021

Source: Federal Police

Cocaine

788,29 tons
277 kg of seeds
2280 coca plantations (unit)

Cannabis and derivatives

4.951,62 tons
14,93 tons of hashish
11,48 tons of skank
1,84 ton of seeds
436
thousand bottles of perfume launcher
Corn
603
thousand points of LSD
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2
million units of amphetamines
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    The pilot project of the Center of Excellence for Reducing the Supply of Illicit Drugs (CdE) is the result of a partnership between the National Secretariat for Drug Policies and Asset Management 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).