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Political Violence and Crime Incident Report, Q4 2018

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Political Violence and Crime Incident Report, Q4 2018


We are pleased to release our fourth quarter report on political violence and violent organised crime incidents around the world. This report draws upon and highlights the extensive incident mapping data and analysis that is available within CORE, the essential risk monitoring toolkit from Control Risks.

The Q4 report details global incidents of war, terrorism, unrest and violent organised crime with commercial relevance. Find out about:
  • The global distribution of incidents by country
  • Significant political violence and crime events across the globe
  • Distribution by region and target (military, government, financial, public spaces, etc.)
  • The total number of incidents by category (war, terrorism, unrest and violent organised crime)
  • Incidents by tactic (firearms, IED, strikes, vehicles, etc.)

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