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4.5 Criminal Justice System Process | Persons convicted – By age status and sex, and y citizenship
4.5.1 Total Persons convicted
“Total Persons convicted” means the total number of persons found guilty by any legal body authorized to pronounce a conviction under national criminal law, whether or not the conviction was later upheld. The total number of persons convicted should also include persons convicted of serious special law offences but exclude persons convicted of minor road traffic offences, misdemeanours and other petty offences.

[Source: Data are provided by Member States through the United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (UN-CTS). Definition is also from the United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (UN-CTS), Definitions Section.]



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Antigua and Barbuda------ 
Argentina202051,566 
Bahamas------ 
Barbados20161,337 
Belize202044 
Bolivia------ 
Brazil------ 
Canada2019185,797 
Chile202019,937 
Colombia202039,526 
Costa Rica20169,408 
Dominica------ 
Dominican Republic------ 
Ecuador------ 
El Salvador20204,411 
Grenada202011 
Guatemala202016,579 
Guyana20201,043 
Haiti------ 
Honduras20202,612 
Jamaica201617,709 
Mexico202028,955 
Nicaragua------ 
Panama20167,210 
Paraguay20201,801 
Peru201796,521 
Saint Kitts and Nevis------ 
Saint Lucia2020129 
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines------ 
Suriname20181,286 
Trinidad and Tobago202048 
United States202066,113 
Uruguay------ 
Venezuela------ 
Regions
 
    
01. Americas------ 
02. Caribbean------ 
03. Central America------ 
04. North America------ 
05. South America------ 
* Alertamerica adopts the use of commas to indicate figures un the thousands (1,000) while points signal decimals (10.5).