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NEWS
POLICIA EN MEXICO
October 6, 2023

Opening Ceremony and Opening Discussion at the 2023 Stockholm Criminology Symposium


June 13, 2023

My lecture at the 2023 Stockholm Criminology Symposium 


June 13, 2023

Award Ceremony of the 2023 Stockholm Prize in Criminology (I appear in minute 32 receiving the Award from H.M. Queen Silvia, and then my acceptance speech follows)


December 13, 2022

On this episode of Stanford Engineering’s The Future of Everything podcast, I tell host Russ Altman about the challenges of creating more humane policing


October 18, 2022

I was awarded the 2023 Stockholm Prize in Criminology.  The Stockholm Prize in Criminology is the most important international prize awarded for outstanding achievements in criminological research or for the application of research results by practitioners for the reduction of crime and the advancement of human rights.

The international award, equivalent to the Nobel in criminology, has highlighted the contributions of the most prominent lawyers, sociologists, psychologists, economists, and criminologists in the field, including the late professor Joan Petersilia at the Stanford Law School. The jury for the award comprises academics and practitioners from the five continents, who select nominations made by any three individual criminologists, any society of criminology, and/or other organization applying or producing criminology.

The motivation for awarding the 2023 Stockholm Prize in Criminology to Professor Magaloni was summarized this way by the jury: "The 2023 winner of the Stockholm Prize in Criminology is the leading scholar in the world for demonstrating that major changes in policing can increase compliance with the rule of law under the challenges of high violence levels and strong popular demand to reduce crime." 

Under the aegis of the Swedish Ministry of Justice, the Prize sum amounts to 1,000,000 SEK, funded permanently by the Swedish Ministry of Justice, the Torsten Söderberg Foundation, The Jerry Lee Foundation, and the Hitachi Mirai Foundation. The Award Ceremony will take place at the Stockholm City Hall during the international Stockholm Criminology Symposium, June 12-14, 2023.


April 7, 2022

The Challenges of Reimagining Policing: A Comparative Perspective, FSI seminar with Jeremy Weinstein and Beatriz Magaloni

 

 

 


June 30, 2020

World Class podcast Cracking Down on Police Violence, with Beatriz Magaloni


April 3, 2019

Milenio Noticias. Para bajar la delincuencia en CdMx, crean laboratorio de seguridad.


December 15, 2016

Expansión 79.4% de las víctimas de la 'guerra' al narco pertenecía al bono demográfico.


June 2, 2016

Stanford News Stanford project to focus on police accountability, citizen trust in Mexico.


January 26, 2015

Animal Político Policía y seguridad pública en Oaxaca: hacia una reforma basada en evidencia.


January 26, 2015

Here I am sharing my podcast "The World Unpacked: Dugs, Guns and Democracy in Mexico" with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace  


June 15, 2024

June 15, 2024

The Future of Everything: A Podcast with Russ Altman


June 15, 2024

The Future of Everything: A Podcast of my work on police violence with Russ Altman 


June 15, 2024

A Pod-cast with Russ Altman Stanford Engineering's Podcast, Russ Altman 


EXTORSIÓN
December 19, 2018

Wall Street Journal ‘A Feudal Regime’: How Gangs Extort Mexico.


VIOLENCIA
October 10, 2013

ABC news Mexican Government's War on Drugs Tied to Increase in Homicides.


September 10, 2013

The economist. Plantean soluciones focalizadas vs la violencia.


PREVENCIÓN EN MONTERREY
June 20, 2019

Milenio Noticias. La Universidad de Stanford evaluará labor de prevención


May 1, 2019

Milenio Noticias. Gobierno presenta en Stanford programa de prevención del delito


RIO DE JANEIRO
March 28, 2018

O Globo. Vitimização em favelas é maior entre jovens e pessoas sem religião, diz pesquisa de universidade americana.


October 2, 2016

O Globo. Pesquisa tenta decifrar as razões da violência policial.


August 3, 2016

The Guardian. How did Rio’s police become known as the most violent in the world?


July 8, 2016

Yes! We Already Know How to Reduce Police Racism and Violence.


January 3, 2016

Dunia. Experts on How to Reduce Deadly Police Force in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


December 16, 2015

Stanford FSI. Press Release: Will body-worn cameras curb police violence?


December 14, 2015

Stanford News. Stanford researchers study how to reduce deadly police force in Rio de Janeiro.


NEXOS MEXICO
December 10, 2018

Violencia que se reproduce: familia, comunidad y escuela.


October 22, 2018

El vínculo entre delincuencia organizada, jóvenes y pandillas.


March 1, 2016

Un método de investigación llamado tortura.


Recorded seminars
July 28, 2020

The Challenges of Reimagining Policing: A Comparative Perspective


June 30, 2020

Cracking Down on Police Violence


Awards




VIDEOS
STANFORD
June 30, 2020

Cracking down on police violence

January 3, 2019

Positive Peace Conference. Practical Applications of Positive Peace. Jan 3, 2019. (Min 12:35)

December 15, 2017

CDDRL. Criminal Extortion in Mexico.

April 19, 2017

CDDRL. The Problems of Social Order and Violence in Latin America.

June 25, 2015

CDDRL. Violent Crime as a Global Development Challenge.

June 16, 2015

CDDRL. Poverty and Governance.

May 30, 2015

CDDRL. Sergio Fajardo, Governor of Antioquia, Colombia.

May 14, 2015

CDDRL.Mariano Beltrame, Secretary of Security, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

May 8, 2015

FSI. The Use of Lethal Force by the Police in Rio de Janeiro and the Pacification Process.

May 24, 2012

Stanford Graduate School of Business. Constitutions, Institutions, and the Rule of Law.

YALE UNIVERSITY
October 16, 2017

How do Democracies fall apart?

BERKELEY
October 1, 2013

Mexico’s Drug War.

UNIVERSIDAD DE CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO
October 1, 2013

Mexico moving forward: Building Capabilities. Jul 26, 2012. (Min 18:30 en adelante)

ITAM
August 19, 2013

25 años de ciencia política.