SSPC reports that federal crimes fell 24.7% in September
This morning at the National Palace, the head of the Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC), Rosa Icela Rodríguez Velázquez, explained that Federal crimes fell 24.7 percent in the month of September 2023.
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The data is part of the biweekly report offered by the federal secretary on security matters, which highlighted that both intentional homicide, kidnapping and femicides also registered a decrease, of 17.9, 75 and 49.5 percent, respectively.
It should be noted that in the case of intentional homicide, Rosa Icela recognized a slight increase of just 1.6 percent in the month of September but highlighted that despite this, said month was the month in which the fewest cases were recorded in the last seven years.
#Today We report that this year we had the lowest September in homicides in the last seven years. The National Security Strategy works, we are on the right path. @lopezobrador_#TogetherWeBuildPeace pic.twitter.com/R4Tj3Avjr9
— Rosa Icela Rodríguez Velázquez (@rosaicela_) October 17, 2023
Until now The months with the most cases of the year have been: January with 2,601; March with 2,604 and May with 2,662. While the six entities that concentrated 47.3 percent of the cases from January to September were:
- Guanajuato with 2 thousand 422
- State of Mexico with 2 thousand 22
- Baja California with 1,810
- Chihuahua with 1,596
- Jalisco with 1,511
- Michoacán with one thousand 343
As for the open feminicide folders decreased 22.72 percent in September compared to August, from 66 to 55, according to figures obtained through the country's 32 prosecutor's offices. This has been the lowest month of the year and of the entire López Obrador administration.
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