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Tag Archives: Chile
This column from Insight Crime rates police in Latin American countries on public trust and perception of involvement in crime based on data collected in 2012. Police in Chile and Panama rate best, Honduras worst. Nicaragua’s situation is unusual, with … Continue reading
The homicide rate in El Salvador dropped about 20% from 2015 to 2016, but at 81.2 murders per 100,000 residents it was still the highest in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to this report. Venezuela had the second worst … Continue reading
This short blog post addresses the question, “Why is there so much crime in Latin America?” The region has enjoyed economic and social improvements over the last decade, but also increases in crime and violence.
This article summarizes the latest homicide data for Central and South America, generally regarded as the world’s most violent region. El Salvador, Honduras, and Venezuela have the highest murder rates, Chile the lowest.