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Building Partner Capacity: U.S. Agencies Can Improve Monitoring of Counter-Firearms Trafficking Efforts in Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico
Jessica Farb (au)
Trafficking of illicit materials, including firearms, is widespread across Mexicońˇ╗s more than 700-mile southern border with Guatemala and Belize. Such trafficking presents a challenge for law enforcement in all three countries and for U.S. security interests. The Department of State and other U.S. agencies, such as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), have provided support to build the capacity of their counterparts in these three countries to address problems related to firearms trafficking. This report examines, for Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico, (1) the activities undertaken by U.S. agencies to build partner capacity to combat firearms trafficking and the extent to which they considered key factors in selecting the activities; and (2) progress the U.S. has made in building such capacity. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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