Yucatan ranks first among Mexican states with greater confidence in their state police force.
According to “Mexico Evalúa” (Mexico Evaluates), a center of analysis that focuses on the evaluation and monitoring of government operation to raise the quality of their services and results; Yucatan State Police has a confidence level of 17.6 percent, well above the less than 4.2 percent of the national average.
In addition, Yucatán is among the four states across the country that had a surplus in the confidence level of the municipal police during the 2011-2015 period, alongside Colima, Queretaro, and Oaxaca.
Mexico Evalúa indicated that in the process of this analysis, data was taken from the National Survey of Victimization and Perception of Public Safety (Encuesta Nacional de Victimización y Percepción sobre Seguridad Pública: ENVIPE); this survey is conducted annually by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI).
Mexico Evalúa focuses its analysis on the assessment and monitoring of government operation in order to influence the process of improving public policies at federal, state, and municipal levels, by generating and issuing recomendations.
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