Recommendations for National Criminal Justice Reforms in Mexico
September 5, 2018 | Grantee Publications | Human Rights

In its annual report on the criminal justice system in Mexico’s 31 states and Mexico City, México Evalúa recommends national coordination to address delays in the criminal justice system. The organization found consistent delays in criminal investigations, with only half reaching resolution. The Spanish-language report recommends creating a national agency charged with coordinating cases, standardizing public policies, and improving communication among different criminal justice entities. A MacArthur-grantee, México Evalúa urges the incoming administration to prioritize criminal justice reform.

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