Monday 29 August 2011


The CLEEN Foundation in collaboration with the Macarthur Foundation hereby invites you to the public presentation of findings of the National Crime and Safety Survey, 2011 on September 1, 2011 at the Lagos office of CLEEN Foundation by 11am prompt.

The survey, which has a sample size of 10,000 respondents interviewed across the 36 states of Nigeria and Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, was designed to measure the nature, extent and patterns of criminal victimization; public perceptions of safety and fear of crime; Nigerians attitude to criminal justice institutions such as the police, courts and institutions and generally, governance assessment.

The objectives of the survey are to:

Provide credible and complementary source of information to official statistics on crime and safety collated by criminal justice institutions such as the Nigeria Police Force and courts.

Furnish policy makers and implementers in the justice system with the empirical evidence base for formulation of policies for the enhancement of citizens' safety and security as well as for better deployment of scarce security resources to areas of most need.

Give Nigerians the opportunity of participating in the determination of priority areas for attention in public safety, security and justice.

Details of the event are as follows:

Date:               Thursday, September 1, 2011

Venue:            CLEEN Foundation Resource Centre, 21 Akinsanya Street, Off Isheri Road, by Taiwo Bus Stop, Ojodu Berger, Lagos (The street beside Federal Road Safety Commission).

Time:               11.00 am prompt

NB:                  Strictly by Invitation

For more information Please contact, Mbaegbu Raphael on 08063292096 or or call 08098590152 or 07061203645


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