Recent Trends of Organized Crime Related Violence in Mexico


  • Eduardo Guerrero

Eduardo Guerrero is a founding partner at Lantia Consultores and is currently a Ph. D. Candidate in political science at the University of Chicago. His research focuses on security assessments, anti-crime and anti-violence program design. His work has been quoted by The Economist, The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. He has worked as advisor for Mexico's National Intelligence Agency. Prior to Lantia Consultores, Guerrero held senior positions at Mexico's National Security Commission, the Federal Electoral Commission, the Federal Institute for Access to Public Information, and the Ministry of Social Development.

This talk is part of a series of speeches and discussions from the Conference on Violence and Policing in Latin American and U.S. Cities. The conference was hosted and organized by the Program on Poverty and Governance at Stanford's Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. Presentation: For more information on the Program on Poverty and Governance, please visit and follow #PovGov on Twitter.

Eduardo Guerrero, Recent Trends of Organized Crime Related Violence in Mexico