Investigative Dashboard
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Purpose: Helps investigators expose illicit ties that cross borders.

Investigative Dashboard (ID) has been developed by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), the world#s leading cross border investigative reporting organization. OCCRP designed Investigative Dashboard as a transnational collaborative effort to help journalists and civil society researchers expose organized crime and corruption around the world. It hosts three core tools: a crowd-sourced database of information and documents on persons of interest and their business connections, a worldwide list of online databases and business registries, and a research desk where journalists can go for help in sourcing hard to find information.

With help from dozens of reporters and civic hackers, ID researchers have created the crowd-sourced database where connections of people and business can be mapped internationally. Through collecting public records worldwide in numerous languages and by scraping the business registries and official gazettes of countries such as Panama, British Virgin Islands, and Luxembourg among others we have made data searchable and hence truly transparent and useful. These resources are offered to the public as a searchable self-serve repository of data and documents.

The Investigative Dashboard also links to more than 400 online databases in 120 jurisdictions where you can search for information on persons and businesses of interest.

Above and beyond the databases available on the Dashboard, the research desk provides access to a global network of expert researchers. Journalists and researchers working on organized crime and corruption topics who seek information and documents beyond their own borders and resources are invited to request the expertise of a network of information professionals. These professionals can access external databases and official filings for evidence of corporate ownership and property holdings that cross borders. For some journalists, these services are provided pro bono.

Journalists have used the Investigative Dashboard to work on stories that have won more than a dozen international awards, led to indictments, arrests and seizures, forced the resignation of heads of state, and exposed the activities of organized crime.

Geographic Scope: International

Structure: Non-Profit

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