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To fight crime, more U.S. law enforcement agencies are using undercover agents.

To fight crime, more U.S. law enforcement agencies are using undercover agents.

The U.S. federal government has expanded the use of undercover operations in recent years, with officers from at least 40 federal agencies posing as  welfare recipients, business people, doctors, political…

Research indicate Transnational Organize Crime expanding in Latin America

Research indicate Transnational Organize Crime expanding in Latin America

Organized crime is expanding its tentacles throughout Latin America, and wherever it arrives people flee. In El Salvador, street gangs force people from their homes. In Colombia, a place already…

“Nixle Tip Watch” Anonymous Tips System effective against Crime.

“Nixle Tip Watch” Anonymous Tips System effective against Crime.

In more and more cases, anonymous tips are leading to big breaks in criminal investigations in the United States.  Alert citizens chose to use Nixle Tip Watch as the first…

Guatemala: Immigration Head arrested accused on people smuggling and false passports.

Guatemala: Immigration Head arrested accused on people smuggling and false passports.

  Jose Alberto de Leon Gramajo, head of passports in Guatemala’s Department of Immigration,  has been arrested on human trafficking and/or people smuggling charges, highlighting Guatemala’s role as a hub…

Helicopter equipped w/FLIR thermal equipment monitored 2nd suspect during standoff in Boston.

Helicopter equipped w/FLIR thermal equipment monitored 2nd suspect during standoff in Boston.

Thermal-imaging devices have been used to watch the second suspect in this week’s Boston Marathon bombings as he was holed up in his last hiding place, the boat. Authorities said…

Brazil: lower spending on public safety.

Brazil: lower spending on public safety.

Recent surveys reflect public safety has not been the priority of the current Brazilian government. The surveys are talkinf about little investment public safety, high rates of crime and homicide,…

Gulf Cartel leader captured by Mexican Navy

Gulf Cartel leader captured by Mexican Navy

Mexican authorities have announced the capture of one of the country’s most wanted drug bosses, the head of the Gulf Cartel, marking another victory in President Felipe Calderon’s crackdown on organized crime.…

Senior US Immigration official accused of sexual harassment

Senior US Immigration official accused of sexual harassment

Three U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement staff members have filed serious complaints alleging that a senior Obama administration political appointee and longtime aide to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano used inappropriate…

Zetas split in two pieces.

Zetas split in two pieces.

Regardless of the veracity of the current rumors that Mexico’s feared Zetas organization has split into pieces, the organization’s breakup is a foregone conclusion given the group’s local revenue streams.…

In the Western Hemisphere, only Guyana and Suriname join Container Control Programme

In the Western Hemisphere, only Guyana and Suriname join Container Control Programme

 Guyana and Suriname are the first two Caribbean countries to join the highly successful Container Control Programme (CCP) which works with countries to improve port security and prevent the illegal…

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