Providing free and open access to centralized information on incidents of nuclear and other radioactive material that has been lost, stolen, or is otherwise out of regulatory control, the Global Incidents and Trafficking Database and Annual Reports prepared by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) offer researchers and policymakers a unique resource to assess the nature and scope of nuclear security risks.
The most current annual report and interactive content, as well as the download of the full database, are available at www.nti.org/trafficking. Reports and interactive visuals from past years are archived on this page. Access the 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013 annual reports, and view all archived interactives below.
View the 2019 Archive page.
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The 2023 NTI Nuclear Security Index
“The bottom line is that the countries and areas with the greatest responsibility for protecting the world from a catastrophic act of nuclear terrorism are derelict in their duty,” the 2023 NTI Index reports.
2019 Archive of The CNS Global Incidents and Trafficking Database
The only public database of its kind, includes global nuclear & radiological security trends, findings, policy recommendations, and interactive visualizations.
Tutorial on Nuclear and Radiological Security
Nuclear and radiological security aims to ensure nuclear and other radioactive materials are secure from unauthorized access and theft, and that nuclear facilities are secure from sabotage.