In addition to the fact that domestic violence is on the rise in 26 states, crime has risen by 20% in one year, with a gradual decline in reforms, economic recovery and a return to face-to-face activities.
Figures from the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP) show that 143,777 investigation folders were launched from January to August 2020, bringing the total to 171,928 for the same period this year. , Ie 28,151 more inquiries or 19.6% increase in incidents.
This year, domestic violence has reached an all-time high, with more than 23,000 folders in March (23,708), April (23,388) and May (23,905), the months since the crime. Low, with a record of over 21,000 inquiries, but even higher than those starting in months like January (17,400) or February (18,204).
But the investigative folder is not the only indicator that warns of domestic violence in Mexico, because although the calls to the 911 emergency numbers in the states are not self-complaints, they represent help requests or some kind of official record.
SESNSP records show that from January to August 2020, 473,735 emergency calls on domestic violence were received, including 465,434 that were added during the same period this year, only 8,000. Considering the 301 decrease or 1.75% decrease, last year, the country was in jail due to a health emergency and had reached the highest crime figures to date.
The highest number of emergency calls to report domestic violence this year, including Nuevo Leon (62,853), Mexico City (56,127), Sonora (39,451), Guangzhou (38,018), and Jalisco (9 279) ) Are. ), Kohville (25,667), Veracruz (25,024), Baja California (22,882), Chihuahua (20,228) and Quintana Roo (14,480).
Meanwhile, an analysis of domestic violence by an organization called Cosa N. Commune found that crime was declining in only six states.
According to a comparison based on “victim base” data released by the SESNSP, Tlaxcala is the organization with the highest increase in cases between January and August this year in the same period of 2020. With an increase of 213%. Only eight cases from 25) followed by Yucatán (81 more, ie 407 to 735), Sonora (63, 3,157 to 5,157), and Mexico (43, 10,520 to 15). 032) and Tabasco (34, 4,078 to 5,445).
Other institutions with an increase in domestic violence include Coahuila, CDMX, Quintana Roo, Nayarit, Tamaulipas, Sinaloa, Baja California, Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, Chaihua, Chaihua, Chaihua. , Durango, Quirataro, Jalisco and Morelos.
Decreases occurred in Campe (-30), Chiapas (-9), Hidalgo (-6), Puebla (-5), Mikokin (-3) and Colima (-0.8).
On the contrary
- There are individuals who have reported a decrease in domestic violence: reduction occurred in Campe (-30), Chiapas (-9), Hidalgo (-6), Puebla (-5), Suspicious (-3)). Is. And colima (-0.8)).
And smuggling also increased.
As of August this year, 525 victims of human trafficking had been reported, an increase of 21% over the first eight months of 2020, the civil organization Cosa N. Commune explained.
The crime is on the rise in 14 states, most notably Puebla (1,900), Queertaro (300), Tamulipas (300), Nuevo Leونn (207) and Campe (200). Another 17 decreased, the most notable being Durango (-100), Sonora (-100), Guangzhou (-100), Guerrero (-89) and Telexkala (-89).
The Common Cause highlights that a large portion of the data does not reflect the reality of the country, as there are more than 90% of sub-records, according to the National Victimization Survey prepared by Anigi.
Undercord said the lack of complaints reflects a lack of trust in security and justice institutions. Similarly, possible manipulation of some of these data by the authorities should be taken into account.