In 2023, 6,965,247 people were stopped by the Police, 102,922 were reported and 18,944 were arrested. These are some of the main data from the collection published on the occasion of the 172nd anniversary of the Corps, celebrated today.

More than 1.2 million emergency and public emergency interventions by car, one every two and a half minutes. The 2023 budget figures for State Police operations room activity give a good idea of ​​the daily work of the 99,137 men and women who are part of the Corps.

Managed operating rooms 4,857,170 calls received to the emergency number, coordinating a total of 1,270,275 emergency vehicle and public rescue interventions. This is what emerges from the activity carried out by the State Police during the year 2023.

Voluntary homicides

Over the four-year period 2020-2023, they recorded an increase of 15%: they went from 287 to 329. Women victims last year, there were 119, a stable number compared to 4 years earlier (in 2022, there were 326 in total, including 128 women). In 2021 there were 309 and the previous year 287.

With regard to homicides where the victims are women, the overall figure remains almost unchanged, while those committed in the family/emotional context record a decrease of 5%; Furthermore, for women killed at the hands of their spouse or ex-spouse, this reduction amounts to 9%.


The Operations Room of the National Center for the Protection of Critical Infrastructures against Cybercrime (CNAIPIC) managed, at the national level, 632 attacks against the computer systems of national structures of strategic importance, 79 requests for cooperation within the framework of the Emergency against high-tech crime. circuit and launched 96 investigations and investigated 98 people. Prevention activity was characterized by the issuance of 77,012 alerts. Through the NOSCs (Cybernetic Security Operational Units), at the level of the Specialty's territorial branches, the CNAIPIC coordinated the management of 11,469 attacks against critical infrastructures, operators of essential services, individuals and businesses and investigated 126 people.

In the domain of cyber terrorism (religious and political extremism, antagonistic zone) 51 people were investigated. During Internet monitoring, 182,209 web spaces were accessed and in 2,037 cases illegal content was detected; while 2,700 resources were reserved for information and investigative activities.


In 2023, they arrive in Italy, via the different Mediterranean routes, 157,651 irregular migrants following 3,592 disembarkation events. Irregular migratory pressure by sea, constantly decreasing from 2017 to 2019, reversed the trend from 2021 to 2023, recording a significant increase.

The maximum peak of arrivals in 2023 occurred in August with 25,673 migrants (an average of 828.16 landed per day). In 2023, Italy was affected by flows from Tunisia (97,667), Libya (51,986), Turkey (7,153), Algeria (620), Lebanon (214) and Cyprus (1). The most affected regions were Sicily with 132,988 disembarked and Calabria with 13,202; the other regions subject to landings were: Puglia (4,272), Tuscany (1,628), Campania (1,490), Lazio (1,002), Sardinia (859), Liguria (734), Abruzzo (617), Marche (574) and Emilia-Romagna. (285). In 2023, a total of 28,983 expulsion orders from the national territory against foreign and European citizens.


They were 4,368 returnees for whom it was necessary to provide “escort” to their respective countries of destination 3,538 (around 81%), through the use of specialized State Police personnel (1,032 with regular flights or ships and 2,506 with charter flights). There were 106 operations with specially chartered charter flights, also carried out jointly in collaboration with FRONTEX and other EU member countries. In 2022, however, there were 110 charter flights, for the repatriation of 2,724 foreigners (2,234 Tunisians, 316 Egyptians, 95 Nigerians, 53 Georgians, 13 Albanians and 13 Gambians), including 18 relatives (4 organized by Italy). .

External extremism and terrorism

In 2023, 16 people were arrested and close to terrorism/religious extremism circles: among them, 7 are linked to terrorist groups of nationalist political origin. However, 77 subjects were repatriated because they were considered dangerous for national security, including 5 in execution of measures decreed by the Minister of the Interior for reasons of state security, 54 by the Prefect, 14 by the Judicial Authority, 2 by the Commission. for International Protection Recognition and 2 refusals at the border.

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