This service consists of the publication, preservation, and promotion of databases for researchers in the field of the history of justice. When produced in conditions of relative isolation, these databases are often unavailable for the uses of collective research. They can be taken on by the CLAMOR once an evaluation of their technical and juridical potential is completed. The CLAMOR can also put into place collaborative databases to be eventually published online on the Criminocorpus platform.
At Criminocorpus.org in the “statistics” section, you can find three examples of this type of publication, preservation, and promotion of databases. See, for example, crime statistics for France in the database DAVIDO (1831-1981)