Politicians often make lofty promises about reducing homicides and improving citizen security, but which Latin American and Caribbean countries actually achieved this over the past year? Find out in our...
Venezuela is likely the second most dangerous nation on earth, and with the situation of political, economic and social crisis set to worsen, escalating homicides are expected in 2017.
A new analysis of 15 years of homicide statistics in Colombia's most violent city, Cali, highlights the direct correlation between underworld evolutions and violence in the country.
A policy initiative in Brazil aimed at expediting justice in homicide cases resulted instead in the mass closure of investigations, illustrating how institutional shortcomings can frustrate even well-intentioned public policies.