S. Prt. 112-36: Judicial and Police Reforms in Mexico: Essential Building Blocks for a Lawful Society, A Majority Staff Report Prepared for the Use of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, Second Session, July 9, 2012   [open pdf - 95KB]

From the letter of transmittal of John F. Kerry: "Mexico is one of the United States' most important partners. Recently, bilateral security cooperation has deepened and matured as Mexico and the U.S. seek to address drug trafficking and the violence associated with it. In April of this year, I dispatched Senate Foreign Relations Committee majority staff to Mexico City and Monterrey where they conducted extensive interviews with Mexican and U.S. officials, top policy thinkers and human rights advocates, closely examining U.S.-Mexico bilateral security cooperation. Their findings are included in this report. I hope these findings and recommendations will inform policy discussions during the forthcoming periods of political transition in both countries."

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