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Compstat: New York’s Giuliani Associates Contracted to Help Mexico City Implement a "Zero-Tolerance for Crime" Policy

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The mayor of Mexico City announced Friday that Giuliani Associates, the former mayor of New York’s consulting firm, had been contracted to help the largest city on earth implement a zero tolerance for crime policy. The consulting fee has not been disclosed but Giuliani Associates would work closely for one year with the police department to implement Compstat, a computer modeling system which combines electronic maps with police records and can monitor down to the number of people washing car windows at every street corner.

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