slide STUDIES AND ANALYSIS ON TRENDS AND
THREATS REPRESENTED BY THE DIFFERENT
TYPES OF ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AND THE
TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

Centre of Excellence for Illicit Drug Supply Reduction (CoE Brazil)

NEWS

What is and how the Early Warning Subsystem works

The Drug Early Warning Subsystem (SAR) was instituted by...

UNODC report brings data on cocaine trafficking between Latin America and Europe

With well-defined production sites in North America...

MJSP promotes national seminar on the use of aircraft in drug supply reduction

Registration for the 1st National Seminar is now open...

CdE partners with UNODC Colombia to study drug price monitoring

The Center of Excellence for Supply Reduction...

CdE collects data to study the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on drug trafficking

The Center of Excellence's first strategic study for...

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).