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4.5 Criminal Justice System Process | Persons convicted – By age status and sex, and y citizenship
4.5.5 Foreign citizens convicted
"Foreign citizens convicted" means the total number of foreign citizens 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 foreign citizens persons convicted should also include those convicted of serious special law offences but exclude those convicted of minor road traffic offences, misdemeanours and other petty offences. For both United Nations Survey of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (UN-CTS) data collection and statistical purposes, this variable should NOT include the national citizens with dual-nationality.

[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------ 
Argentina20202,958 
Bahamas------ 
Barbados------ 
Belize20140 
Bolivia------ 
Brazil------ 
Canada------ 
Chile20182,004 
Colombia------ 
Costa Rica2014935 
Dominica------ 
Dominican Republic------ 
Ecuador------ 
El Salvador------ 
Grenada201233 
Guatemala------ 
Guyana201522 
Haiti------ 
Honduras201863 
Jamaica------ 
Mexico2018379 
Nicaragua------ 
Panama------ 
Paraguay2015125 
Peru------ 
Saint Kitts and Nevis------ 
Saint Lucia------ 
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines------ 
Suriname------ 
Trinidad and Tobago------ 
United States201432,512 
Uruguay------ 
Venezuela2016381 
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).