Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Proactive Approach to a Longstanding Problem

At long last, something resembling a comprehensive approach to the problems in Chihuahua's jails:
The state's attorney general's office revealed that so as to maintain order and control in the state's prisons, it has implemented a policy in coordination with federal authorities so as to avoid acts of corruption and impede that within these facilities criminal activities are orchestrated.

As a part of this strategy, during the course of this administration [of Governor César Duarte], 36 operations in different Ceresos in the state have been carried out, which equals one operation every seven days.
This in and of itself doesn't necessarily mean anything, but at least they are going beyond putting out fires as they become visible.

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