8:47 AM 6/19/2018 – The Caldero effect

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The Caldero effect

“My sources tell me that during the lunch at the table where the Federals and Caldero were, it was agreed to share information (about crime) between the federals and Caldero, something never before seen. That in addition to the motorcycles that Caldero requested and that the mayoress already approved them.

The Caldero effect has already begun to bear fruit; Now we have to see what Governor Ricardo Rosselló is going to do with the State Police, which is in TOTAL and COMPLETE ABANDONMENT, very similar to that of the mayor.

Something good will come out of this competition, at least for now for the residents and visitors of San Juan; the rest of Puerto Rico will have to wait.”

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Corruption in Puerto Rico may have been the cause of U.S. relief supplies not reaching those in need following Hurricane Maria in September 2017.

The administration of San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz (D), who made headlines for her criticisms of President Donald Trump’s handling of the relief efforts, is now being investigated for alleged corruption.

According to a local news report from El Vocero de Puerto Rico, the FBI is investigating several suppliers for alleged corruption in San Juan.

It says the investigation was launched after former procurement director Yadira Molina filed a lawsuitclaiming she faced punishment for reporting illegal activities to the local comptroller. The investigation has since grown to include several contractors.

“On February 21, Molina sued the city council after reporting alleged acts of corruption in the shopping division in the town hall under the administration of Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto,” the report says.

The complaint states that Molina was blocked from her right “to report wrongdoing in her capacity as a private citizen, not as a public employee.” It says she was retaliated against for reporting an allegedly rigged system and was fired for attempting to report corruption, and includes other additional claims.

There were many reports following the hurricane that U.S. supplies were trapped in the ports, with local corruption preventing proper distribution. The claims were largely dismissed by legacy news outlets as conspiracy, and were used to frame Trump’s relief efforts in a negative light. The Trump administration later bypassed local officials, and the U.S. military began delivering the goods directly.

Carlos Osorio, the FBI media representative at the San Juan field office, told The Epoch Times in October 2017 that the FBI received several complaints of alleged corruption in the distribution of relief goods, and that the FBI is required to look into criminal complaints.

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“Para nosotros una sola vida que se ha perdido es suficiente”. Así comenzó la alcaldesa de San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto, la conferencia de prensa que se llevó a cabo ayer en el Coliseo Roberto Clemente para anunciar la designación del coronel José Luis Caldero como comisionado de la Policía Municipal capitalina.

En Análisis 630 por NotiUno habíamos adelantado el pasado viernes que este nombramiento estaba ya adjudicado, lo cual nos llevó a anunciar el título de esta columna, pues entendemos que políticamente es un nombramiento de IMPACTO.

La alcaldesa de San Juan vio la crisis en su abandonado municipio cuando a principios de junio de 2018 se reportaron seis asesinatos en ese primer fin de semana. Según datos publicados en este periódico por el reportero Miguel Rivera Puig, podemos ver que marzo, junio y julio en los pasados años han sido meses calientes con respecto a los asesinatos en la ciudad capital.

Caldero, por su parte, trae en su hoja de servicio el haber comandado durante tres años la superintendencia de la Policía de Puerto Rico bajo la administración de Alejandro García Padilla; unos tres años de baja en prácticamente todas las estadísticas de criminalidad en Puerto Rico. Aun cuando no fue la primera opción de García Padilla para la superintendencia, logró lo que otros no habían podido.

Bajo su mando en la superintendencia, el coronel Caldero dio ascensos a tutiplén, los cuales redundarían en apoyo a sus nuevas funciones. No se ocupó de la División de Drogas y Narcóticos como se requería en aquel momento, lo cual luego llevó a varios arrestos por parte del Negociado Federal de Investigaciones (FBI).

En la conferencia de prensa para anunciar la designación del coronel Caldero, la alcaldesa habló más de las estadísticas de criminalidad en su municipio que de los atributos y necesidades de la Policía Municipal.

Esas conversaciones y negociaciones entre la alcaldesa y Caldero deben haber sido bien interesantes.

Caldero de por sí es un hábil y experimentado negociador y la alcaldesa es de por sí mandona y exhibe quién manda.

Cómo esos dos jueyes machos se van a llevar está por verse. Lo que sí es CLARO para mí es que la alcaldesa necesita urgentemente de Caldero y no él de ella. Por ende, estoy seguro que Caldero le debe haber establecido los límites de su entrometimiento y hasta dónde no será aceptable el maltrato verbal a sus subordinados.

La alcaldesa va a tener que tragar hondo, suprimir sus impulsos de rabia y malacrianzas para que esto funcione, pues si funciona políticamente ella luciría espectacular.

Si ambos logran lo que Caldero anunció ayer en cuanto a “traer paz y seguridad a los residentes y visitantes de San Juan”, esto la pondría a ella en una posición muy ventajosa para lo que decida hacer políticamente de camino al 2020.

Ayer en la conferencia de prensa la alcaldesa llevó varios mensajes, mensajes subliminales, pero directos.

El primero fue que ella no es “anti yankee” y que puede y está trabajando a “full swing” con las autoridades federales.

Esto quedó demostrado con la presencia del “special agent in charge” del FBI para Puerto Rico e Islas Vírgenes, Douglas Leff. También envió un mensaje de compromiso con la reforma de la Policía estatal al invitar y estar allí presente el monitor (para mí es el oficial de probatoria de la Policía de Puerto Rico), Arnaldo Claudio.

La presencia del máximo líder en Puerto Rico del FBI es significativa, pues según se ha publicado en este periódico por Melissa Correa, el FBI está investigando malos manejos en la división de compras del municipio de San Juan, lo cual me llama la atención que la jefa de Fiscalía federal, Rosa Emilia (qué se harían si no nos tuvieran) Rodríguez no estuviese allí.

Mis fuentes me indican que durante el almuerzo en la mesa donde estaban los federales y Caldero se acordó compartir información (sobre la criminalidad) entre los federales y Caldero, algo nunca antes visto. Eso además de las motoras que Caldero pidió y que ya se las aprobó la alcaldesa.

El efecto Caldero ya comenzó a rendir frutos; ahora hay que ver qué va a hacer el gobernador Ricardo Rosselló con la Policía estatal, la cual está en TOTAL y COMPLETO ABANDONO, muy similar a la de la alcaldesa.

Algo bueno va a salir de esta competencia, al menos por ahora para los residentes y visitantes de San Juan; el resto de Puerto Rico tendrá que esperar.

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5:56 AM 6/17/2018 – The Crisis OF Credibility In The Office Of Federal Prosecutor

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In My Humble Opinion: 

Rosa Emilia claims that Leff (FBI Director of PR Branch) “talks a lot”, or “talks too much”. I do not see what it is “too much” that he said. His statement regarding the investigations and the pending prosecutions of the “dirty politicians”, regardless of who they are, or whom he meant, are entirely appropriate, and even gracious and legally and politically correct: he gives the advance warning that corruption will not be tolerated. 

Ms. Rodriguez-Velez may think that I talk too much too but I will utter just one word for her and for now, as a private citizen and a blogger: 

OUT!

Michael Novakhov 

6:23 AM 6/17/2018

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Quotes: 

“Not only did she call Reyes Caparrós “immature” but, in reference to the head of the FBI in Puerto Rico, Douglas Leff, he contrasted that he “talks a lot” and she prefers to keep more reserved about pending investigations.

The brush with Leff is occurring since the verdict.” 

“After the verdict, there are demands for the official to be replaced.

“Reyes Caparrós makes extremely serious allegations because they confirm something that defendants, defendants and defenders have always claimed: that the

Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico has been dedicated to the fabrication of cases, which is illegal, unconstitutional, undermines our democratic aspiration and it worsens the tremendous political fragility of the government system in Puerto Rico,

“said María Mari Narváez, director of the organization ‘Kilometer 0’.”

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Credibility crisis in the Federal Prosecutor’s Office

Reactions after verdict draw attention

The Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico is going through a precarious moment between allegations of fabrications of cases, “terror” given by the head of the office, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez Vélez, and several cases of work harassment.

The aforementioned scenarios also occur while discussing a possible replacement of Chief Rodriguez at a time when the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigations (FBI) has also been evasive in answering questions about the work of Rodríguez Vélez for his employees.

Read also : Evasion reveals tense relationship between the FBI and the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in PR

The public discussion about Rodríguez Vélez’s performance intensified after Francisco Reyes Caparrós, a former employee of the Attorney General’s Office, won a lawsuit for labor harassment.

Rodríguez Vélez has tried to defend himself against the verdict in several ways, including accusing this means and the plaintiff. However, what represents a threat to her credibility as head of the United States Government in Puerto Rico is that a group of 12 people, constituted as a jury, simply believed the former employee more than her.

The predicament in which Rodríguez Vélez is located is the same as all the people that his office has criminally accused and who have been convicted: they can say whatever they want about their innocence but that does not erase that there was a unanimous verdict , who declares them guilty of crime.

See also :  To Rosa Emilia “the power was gone”

In the case of the chief prosecutor the situation is worse, because in many criminal cases the defendant chooses not to sit down to give his version in the witnesses’ chair but, in the case of Reyes Caparrós, Rodríguez Vélez sat down, offered his version of the alleged labor harassment under oath, and the jury did not believe him, granting greater credibility to the plaintiff’s version, who also sat down to testify. It took barely an hour and a half for the jury to assess both testimonies and decide in favor of the former.

And what did the jury think?

According to what Reyes Caparrós explained in his version of the events, the jury believed that Rodríguez Vélez has a “reign of terror” in his office. “Either you do what I say, or do what I say … there or you submit or submit,” said the plaintiff who is now entitled, according to the verdict, compensation of up to $ 300,000.

After the verdict, the former employee, who must now return to work in the office as part of his legal victory, also said that the prosecutor orders investigations and initiates prosecutions for capricious motives.

See also: “Hostile environment” in federal prosecutor’s office continues to produce resignations and demands

This week, in a ‘half tour’ with the Secretary of the Department of Justice, Wanda Vázquez Garced, on a campaign to address crimes against people of the golden age, the prosecutor was still combative with the outcome of the case.

Not only did she call Reyes Caparrós “immature” but, in reference to the head of the FBI in Puerto Rico, Douglas Leff, he contrasted that he “talks a lot” and she prefers to keep more reserved about pending investigations.

The brush with Leff is occurring since the verdict.

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“This man (Reyes Caparrós) suffers from immaturity, suffers from other situations that I will not bring at that moment because I really feel sorry that he has abused the moment,” said Rodriguez when interviewed by ABC 5.

“My record is there, the record of my office is there, I completely deny that, it makes me sad, because precisely if he had that kind of argument he should have brought it in the trial which he did not bring and none of those things he said after the verdict because he had brought it and none are true, “he said.

Reyes Caparrós, who resigned in 2015, filed his claim shortly after being stripped of his routine work obligations after complaining about having to run personal errands for his superiors.

After the verdict, there are claims for the official to be replaced.

“Reyes Caparrós makes extremely serious allegations because they confirm something that defendants, defendants and defenders have always claimed: that the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico has been dedicated to the fabrication of cases, which is illegal, unconstitutional, undermines our democratic aspiration and it worsens the tremendous political fragility of the government system in Puerto Rico, “said María Mari Narváez, director of the organization ‘Kilometer 0’.

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La jefa de Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez. (Juan R. Costa / Archivo NotiCel)

La jefa de Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez. (Juan R. Costa / Archivo NotiCel)

La Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico atraviesa por un momento precario entre alegaciones de fabricaciones de casos, “terror” impartido por la jefa de oficina, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez Vélez, y varios casos de hostigamiento laboral.

Los escenarios mencionados ocurren también mientras se habla de una posible sustitución de la jefa Rodríguez en momentos en que también el Negociado Federal de Investigaciones Criminales (FBI, por sus siglas en inglés), se ha mostrado evasivo a la hora de responder interrogantes sobre la labor de Rodríguez Vélez para con sus empleados.

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La discusión pública sobre el desempeño de Rodríguez Vélez se intensificó después de que Francisco Reyes Caparrós, exempleado de la Fiscalía, ganara una demanda por hostigamiento laboral.

Rodríguez Vélez ha tratado de defenderse del veredicto de varias maneras, incluso acusando a este medio y al demandante. Sin embargo, lo que representa una amenaza a su credibilidad como jefa del Gobierno de los Estados Unidos en Puerto Rico es que un grupo de 12 personas, constituidas como un jurado, simplemente le creyó al exempleado más que a ella.

El predicamento en el que se encuentra Rodríguez Vélez es el mismo en el que se encuentran todas las personas que su oficina ha acusado criminalmente y que han salido convictos: pueden decir lo que quieran sobre su inocencia pero eso no borra que hubo un veredicto, unánime, que los declara culpables de delito.

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En el caso de la jefa de fiscales la situación es peor, porque en muchos casos criminales el acusado opta por no sentarse a dar su versión en la silla de los testigos pero, en el caso de Reyes Caparrós, Rodríguez Vélez se sentó, ofreció su versión del alegado hostigamiento laboral bajo juramento, y el jurado no le creyó, concediéndole mayor credibilidad a la versión del demandante, quien también se sentó a testificar. Apenas hora y media tardó el jurado en aquilatar ambos testimonios y decidir a favor del exempelado.

¿Y qué creyó el jurado?

Según lo que expuso Reyes Caparrós en su versión de los hechos, el jurado creyó que Rodríguez Vélez tiene un “reino de terror” en su oficina. “O haces lo que yo digo, o haces lo que yo digo…. Allí o te sometes o te sometes”, dijo el demandante que ahora es merecedor, según el veredicto, de una compensación de hasta $300,000.

Tras el veredicto, el exempleado, que ahora debe volver a trabajar en la oficina como parte de su victoria legal, también dijo que la fiscal ordena investigaciones e inicia procesamientos por motivos caprichosos.

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Esta semana, en un ‘media tour’ con la secretaria del Departamento de Justicia, Wanda Vázquez Garced, sobre una campaña de atención a crímenes contra personas de la edad dorada, la fiscal todavía se mostró combativa con el resultado del caso.

No solo tildó a Reyes Caparrós de “inmaduro” sino que, en referencia al jefe del FBI en Puerto Rico, Douglas Leff, contrastó que él “habla mucho” y ella prefiere mantenerse más reservada sobre investigaciones pendientes.

El roce con Leff está ocurriendo desde el veredicto.

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“Este señor (Reyes Caparrós) sufre de inmadurez, sufre de otras situaciones que no voy a traer en ese momento porque realmente me da pena que él haya abusado del momento”, dijo Rodríguez al ser entrevistada por ABC 5.

“Mi récord está ahí, el récord de mi oficina está ahí. Yo completamente niego eso. Me da pena, porque precisamente si él tenía ese tipo de argumento debió traerlo en el juicio lo cual  no trajo y ninguna de esas cosas que dijo después del veredicto pues la había traído y ninguna son ciertas”, indicó también.

Reyes Caparrós, quien renunció en el 2015, radicó su demanda poco tiempo después tras ser despojado de sus obligaciones laborales rutinarias después de quejarse por tener que hacer recados personales para sus superiores.

Tras el veredicto, hay reclamos para que la funcionaria sea sustituida.

“Reyes Caparrós hace alegaciones extremadamente serias porque confirman algo que acusados, acusadas y defensores han alegado desde siempre: que la Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico se ha dedicado a la fabricación de casos, lo cual es ilegal, es inconstitucional, atenta contra nuestra aspiración democrática y empeora la tremenda fragilidad política del sistema de gobierno en Puerto Rico”, dijo por su parte, María Mari Narváez, directora de la organización ‘Kilómetro 0’.

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In the US, a frame-up (frameup) or setup is the act of framing someone, that is, providing false evidence or false testimony in order to falsely prove someone guilty of a crime.[1]

Sometimes, the person who is framing someone else is the actual perpetrator of the crime. In other cases it is an attempt by law enforcement to get around due process. Motives include getting rid of political dissidents or “correcting” what they see as the court’s mistake. Some lawbreakers will try to claim they were framed as a defense strategy.

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Federal Prosecutor Rosa Emilia Rodriguez defended herself against the accusations made by the former employee of her office that won her a lawsuit for retaliation and hostile work environment.

Speaking last night to ABC5’s On Record program, Rodríguez Vélez said that it is still being evaluated if the case is appealed, that it has not been concluded, and criticized the plaintiff, former intelligence specialist Francisco Reyes Caparrós.

¨Our position was always doing the right thing. This gentleman, as you have always said, suffers from immaturity, from other situations that I will not attract at this moment because I feel sorry that I have abused this moment and I am not going to abuse him. This is absolutely false, we have other mechanisms that we will be following in this case and that people should trust our record and how we are as human beings, “Rodriguez Velez told the television.

Whether to Questions about cases Were fabricated or at some point I That Demanded That figures to be Sought Judges as file charges, Rodriguez Velez replied. “It is absolutely false . I live quietly, I quietly sleep I’ve dedicated my whole life, 30 years as a federal employee, 12 years as a federal prosecutor for Puerto Rico, a lot of pride, my record is there, my office, I completely deny that. ”

“You can not manufacture the cases, we have processes … the grand jury that is so strict, we have 18 people who are the ones who decide … that’s ridiculous,” said Rodríguez Vélez.

Reyes Caparros denounced in statements to the media that Rodriguez Velez has a reign of terror in the prosecution, that there is an active investigation from Washington, and that he made expressions such that they would get him “a judge” to present him charges.

Rodríguez Vélez regretted that Reyes Caparrós did not make those allegations during the trial. The prosecutor said that the processes in his office are very rigorous and said that the “institutions” must be respected.

¨ I am sorry that it has been, as they say vulgarly, dispatched with the big spoon. I have kept silence in respect to the institution and the process¨

“Every day the federal prosecutor’s office is an institution that Puerto Rico needs, and you have to trust the institutions,” he said.

On the possibility of her being replaced as head of the federal prosecutor’s office in Puerto Rico, Rodriguez Velez said that she is in that position as long as the Department of Justice and the president of the United States determine it. “I am a career employee,” he said.

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Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, Chief of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico. (Juan R. Costa / File NotiCel)

Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, Chief of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico. (Juan R. Costa / File NotiCel)

After the former employee of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico, Francisco Reyes Caparrós, made statements about an alleged environment of “terror” that reigns in the office headed by Rosa Emilia Rodriguez and spoke about the manufacture of cases in this body, Rodríguez defended alleging that the gentleman who won a suit for work harassment to his office suffers from “immaturity.”

Their expressions were made in an interview by the program ‘En Récord’ that ABC 5 Puerto Rico transmits.

“This man suffers from immaturity, suffers from other situations that I will not bring at that time because I really feel sorry that he has abused the moment,” said Rodriguez, reacting to the allegations presented by Reyes Caparrós.

Read also : Evasion reveals tense relationship between the FBI and the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in PR

Consequently, the head of the federal prosecutor downplayed the allegations indicating that her work speaks for her, despite yesterday the head of the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation (FBI, for its acronym in English), Douglas Leff, avoided talking about the functions of Rodriguez in the presiding office and in substitution, stressed that “the most important thing is the employees that work in the streets”.

“My record is there, the record of my office is there, I completely deny that, it makes me sad, because precisely if he had that kind of argument he should have brought it in the trial which he did not bring and none of those things he said after the verdict because he had brought it and none are true, “Rosa Emilia claimed.

Last May, a court suggested an indemnity of $ 300,000 for Reyes Caparros for, among other things, being subjected to labor in the office that Rodriguez presides over.

After the decision, the gentleman argued that “[i] t is how the copper is beaten among the employees that is another singing, because there is the reign of terror, either you do what I say, or you do what I say .. There is no one to submit, or you submit, “I said while asking questions from the same radio while denouncing that it is Rosa Emilia who carries out the commands.

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10:51 AM 6/12/2018 – Update: Crime In Puerto Rico: “So far this year, there have been 296 murders, this is three less than the previous year.” | Meet Inspector Drone: A Single Drone Helped Mexican Police Drop Crime 10 Percent (!)

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Puerto Rico Population (2018) – Worldometers 

www.worldometers.info/world-population/puerto-rico-population/

The current population of Puerto Rico is 3,659,242 as of Sunday, June 10, 2018, based on the latest United Nations estimatesPuerto Rico population is equivalent to 0.05% of the total worldpopulation

Approximately: 700 – is the Absolute Numbers of the Yearly Estimate of the incidents of murders for 2018: (“296” reported up to mid-June 2018), if the reported figures are reliable.
Homicide Rate for PR for mid-2018, just like for mid-2017 (forming a plateau): 700 Homicides :3,7 ml Pop-n *1000 =  19. (For the first halves of 2017 and 2018.)
Most likely, it fluctuates somewhere between 20 and 30 per 1,000.
Correct me if I am wrong.
Previous recent peak in 2011: = 31.
Compare with the graphs below.
It looks like it (Homocide Rate for Puerto Rico) hovers around 20 (which is more than 5 times higher than the US average but more than 5 times lower than the Worlds’ and the Latin American highest rate of about 103 homicides per 1,000 for El Salvador for 2015). The consistency of data on the graphs is open to questions, they do not form the recognizable pattern yet.
We will observe the future data.
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El plan de Pesquera es “dar las gracias”

El secretario de Seguridad Pública se limitó a hablar estrictamente de la disminución en las estadísticas de delitos Tipo 1.

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From Wikipedia: Crime in Purto Rico

Puerto Rico
Crime rates* (2011)
Violent crimes
Homicide 30.6
Forcible rape 1.9
Robbery 174.4
Aggravated assault 78.1
Property crimes
Burglary 447.6
Larceny-theft 789.7
Motor vehicle theft 157.9
Notes
*Number of reported crimes per 100,000 population.

SourceFBI – Uniform Crime Reporting – Crime in the United States 2011 (Table 5)

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The Pesquera plan is “to thank”

Addressing the Security Council’s plan to address crime, Public Security Secretary Héctor Pesquera said today that his only plan is “to thank”.

“The only plan we have right now is to make the letters, to thank all of you who are reporting that crime has dropped significantly since January 21, that the criminal wave is no longer a wave,” said Pesquera after answering. of a meeting of the Security Council with Governor Ricardo Rosselló, in La Fortaleza.

Their expressions that the security plan has been effective and what remains is “giving thanks” contrast with the actions taken by the Bureau of Criminal Investigations (FBI) to assign more agents.

The director of the FBI on the Island, Douglas Leff, revealed exclusively with EL VOCERO that in view of the high incidence of violent crimes on the Island, the head of the United States has agreed to assign new agents and veterans from other districts with experience in gang cases.

The Secretary of Public Security limited himself to strictly speaking about the decrease in the statistics of Type 1 crimes, with respect to the same date of the previous year.

There are 14,369 cases of Type 1 crimes that occurred between January 1 and June 10 of this year. Also, so far this year, there have been 296 murders, this is three less than the previous year.

The number of Type 1 crimes represents a decrease of 3,852 complaints compared to the previous year.

However, there has also been a decline in the number of agents who handle these complaints. The appointed interim commissioner, Henry Escalera Rivera, reported in public hearings that a total of 914 officers of the Bureau of Police have left their employment during the last year and a half.

The system of official statistics recorded yesterday only four robberies in Puerto Rico.

No changes protocol

On the other hand, Pesquera indicated that there have been no changes to the protocol for counting deaths in the face of this hurricane season. “That is the law, we have to follow the law, the death certificate is the one that determines the cause and manner and if there is any ulterior reason that was related to the event, then we have to quantify it in that way,” he answered.

To questions from the press, he opened the door to make modifications to this protocol according to the recommendations finally made by the Milken Institute, of the School of Public Health of George Washington University.

The governor has said that the reason for having maintained the official number of deaths as a result of the hurricane in 64, is due to the protocol they were following.

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Number of murders soar in Puerto Rico amid ‘lawlessness’ following … – AP

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The number of murders in Puerto Rico have soared after the devastation …. Puerto Rico’s homicide rate is roughly 20 killings per 100,000 …
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Puerto Rico’s homicide rate is roughly 20 killings per 100,000 residents, compared with 3.7 per 100,000 residents on the U.S. mainland. In the last two years, Puerto Rico has seen an average of 56 homicides a month, a rate that held through December. Then after New Year’s, the killings started accelerating.

A man was shot Jan. 3 by a security guard while trying to rob a bakery. Two double homicides were reported Jan. 8 – two men found shot to death in a car near an upscale resort on the north coast and two other men discovered sprawled on the street near a public housing complex on the west coast. Five killings alone were reported Monday, in addition to three people wounded by gunfire during a shootout that night in the parking lot of a strip mall in Bayamon. This week, police say, the son of a former judge was killed after trying to write down the license plate number of a car whose occupants were firing a gun.

“The lack of police is increasing Puerto Rico’s safety issues,” said legislator Denis Marquez, who was mugged at gunpoint last month. “Everybody is feeling that insecurity.”

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One of Puerto Rico’s deadliest months in recent years has closed, with 78 killings reported in January as the U.S. territory struggles with a surge in violent crime and growing discontent among thousands of police officers.

The killings included a 20-year-old woman found kneeling and burned to death inside a car in the upscale city of Guaynabo and a triple homicide reported in the eastern mountain town of San Lorenzo.

Puerto Rico’s homicide rate is roughly 20 killings per 100,000 residents, compared with 3.7 per 100,000 residents on the U.S. mainland.

“I’m gravely concerned about these violent incidents reported in recent days,” said Sen. Miguel Laureano. “It’s a dramatic situation that requires immediate attention.”

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The majority of people killed last month were young men shot to death. The central mountain town of Caguas reported the highest number of homicides at 18, followed by the capital of San Juan with 14.

Police have issued warrants or arrested suspects in only a handful of the cases. On Thursday, authorities asked the public for help in solving the case of the young woman found burned inside the car. Police said they believe she was on her way to pick up a family member the day she was killed.

Hector Pesquera, head of Puerto Rico’s newly created Department of Public Safety, has said most of the killings in January were tied to drugs but added that there was “no rhyme or reason” to explain the surge.

In mid-January, local and federal officials announced they would implement a “broken windows” policing campaign to help reduce the number of killings. The plan is to crack down on all types of violations, including traffic infractions and illegal tints on car windows, to help get criminals off the street and prevent bigger crimes.

The increase in killings came weeks after thousands of police officers began calling in sick daily to protest millions of dollars owed in overtime pay following Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Absences have returned to the normal daily average, Pesquera says, but thousands of police officers are still upset about austerity measures, including a sharp reduction in their monthly pensions and an end to being able to cash in unused sick days.

Puerto Rico Rep. Felix Lassalle, president of the commission of public security, is holding public hearings to address those issues.

“There’s a big commitment … to address situations that can affect police officers and find solutions,” he said.

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SAN JUAN – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and U.S. Attorney for the District of Puerto Rico Rosa Emlia Rodríguez Vélez announced that the Justice Department is going to increase resources to combat violent crime, enforce immigration laws and help fight the opioid crisis.

The Justice Department is allocating 311 new assistant U.S. attorneys, broken down as follows: 190 violent-crime prosecutors, 86 civil enforcement prosecutors and 35 immigration prosecutors. Many of the civil enforcement prosecutors will support the newly created Prescription Interdiction & Litigation Task Force, which “targets the opioid crisis at every level of the distribution system,” the announcement reads.

“These exceptional and talented prosecutors are key leaders in our crime fighting partnership. This addition of new Assistant U.S. Attorney positions represents the largest increase in decades,” Sessions says in the release.

In Puerto Rico, five of these assistant attorneys will focus on violent crime, and one on civil enforcement.

“The Department of Justice has recognized, through the allocation of these positions, the significance of the violent crime problem on our island. They have also shown great confidence in our Office by placing these valuable department resources in a place where they are both desperately needed and greatly appreciated,” Rodríguez Vélez added in the joint release.

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Debates and discussions[edit]

Commentators that have questioned the effectiveness of government anti-crime policy altogether include Gary Gutierrez, a criminal justice profressor at the University of Turabo,[17] and Jorge Rodriguez Beruff,[1] an academic and historian associated with the University of Puerto Rico (UPR).

In the aftermath of 2017’s Hurricane MariaMiami Herald journalist David Ovalle wrote,

[T]he future for law enforcement on the island is bleak. The department has lost about 4,000 officers in the past five years and, because of the island’s economic crisis, cannot count on fresh recruits anytime soon. Hundreds of U.S. Army soldiers, outside law-enforcement officers and private security guards are helping— temporarily— but robberies, murders and drug dealing have resumed at levels that would seem outrageous in mainland states but are tragically normal here.[18]

In 2018, Puerto Rican social activists began a renewed push for statehood status in the atmosphere of increased post-hurricane media attention.[19] The effects that closer ties and direct governmental integration between the island and the mainland would bring, particularly in terms of crime and social stability in general, are uncertain.

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