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According to José Antonio Ortega, president of the Citizens’ Council for Public Security and Criminal Justice, the main reason was that rival drug gangs had fought a turf war in the city, and the drop in violence was because there was a clear winner. Ortega said that homicide rates had fallen sharply in both La Paz and Los Cabos but not due to any ...


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What policies did the government institute to accomplish this change? Or is an artifact of some trickery like rezoning or not reporting crime data? Or is it due to a non-governmental factor? Security cameras, stepped-up police presence, enhanced communications, rapid response teams, etc. implemented by the government. No apparent trickery. Driven by the ...


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