Drugs, Gangs, Guns and Transnational Organized Crime in the Caribbean: Observations on Managing the Crisis. Anthony T. Bryan, Ph.D. CSIS, Washington, D.C. 30 April 2012. Current Situation 1.
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Anthony T. Bryan, Ph.D.
CSIS, Washington, D.C.
30 April 2012
The International Commission Against Impunity Agreement in Guatemala (CCIG) should be examined by countries in the Caribbean as a way to invite international involvement in strengthening local prosecutions against corrupt officials. This might be appropriate where justice systems appear to be weak or are under threat.
Anti-drug and anti-crime policies that have yielded such disappointing results should be subject to intense review.