A Mexican revolution in public security

Mexico is trying an experiment that promises to be the most effective solution for public security problems in Latin American cities. Here we show its early results. What is this innovation? The eyes of the hemispheres should be turned toward Toluca and Ecatepec, two Mexican cities where centers were recently opened that are revolutionizing the way urban public security is managed. This is an issue of monumental relevance in Latin America which, statistics say, is the region that, sadly, is the most violent in the world. The transformation emanates from two recently-inaugurated locations with the number C5, the Spanish acronym for Centers of Control, Command, Communication, Computing and Quality. On the outside they are enormous concrete buildings, giving the lie […]

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