JUSTICE IN MEXICO
CRIME INDICATOR DATABASE
Today, numerous government, academic, non-governmental, and inter-governmental organizations compile statistics on crime and the justice sector. However, this information is often scattered across different datasets, spans short periods of time, is only available by purchase, is unformatted for use in statistical applications, is difficult to decipher, is made available only in Spanish, or is otherwise of limited application.
This web portal provides access to datasets managed by the Justice in Mexico Project of the Trans-Border Institute, as well as links to other publicly available databases related to Mexico’s judicial sector. The Justice in Mexico Project uses these data for research and analysis that helps advise policy makers on issues related to the rule of law and the administration of justice in Mexico.
The goal of this web-portal is to develop a comprehensive resource on crime and justice sector data that is accessible to English- and Spanish-speaking, project affiliated researchers. Because some datasets have been constructed using information that is proprietary to the Justice in Mexico Project or to government agencies that generated the datasets, only project affiliated researchers may obtain a password to enter the data portal.
Researchers who wish to become affiliated with the Justice in Mexico Project should contact the Trans-Border Institute at 619-260-4090 or email@example.com. It may take up to 48 hours to process email requests. Project affiliated researchers who already have a login and password may do so below.
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