WIT Press


Conceptual Design Of A Crime Regulatory System For Mexico

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/SAFE130031

Volume

134

Pages

7

Page Range

21 - 27

Published

2014

Size

344 kb

Author(s)

D. E. Santos-Reyes

Abstract

Over the last two decades, in addition to traditional crime, organised crime has permeated the fabric of Mexican communities and institutions. A great deal of effort has been put in by Mexican governments in order to address the increasing crime issues. It seems, however, that these efforts have faced a large number of conflicting conditions due to the complexity of not only crime systems, but also other systems that constitute the whole country. What would be the ideal crime control system for Mexico? What needs to be changed in the existing regulatory system? This paper presents an ongoing process of the design of a systemic regulatory system in order disrupt the growth of crime in Mexico. This control system intends to assist policy makers and decision makers to address the control of crime more effectively. Keywords: crime, S-curve, systems, control.

Keywords

crime, S-curve, systems, control