As the US and Mexico enter our two hundredth 12 months of diplomatic relations, we’re bringing a brand new focus and strategy to addressing our widespread challenges. Through the October 2021 Excessive-Stage Safety Dialogue (HLSD) launch, the US and Mexico opened a brand new period in safety cooperation primarily based on partnership and guided by shared duty. America and Mexico are dedicated to remodeling our cooperation to raised shield the well being and security of our residents and promote the event of probably the most weak communities in each international locations, stop legal organizations from harming our international locations, and pursue and convey criminals to justice. The motion plan is pushed by a nationwide safety curiosity in each international locations to cease legal teams that smuggle the illicit medicine and weapons that threaten the well being and security of our residents, have interaction in migrant smuggling, and exploit people by human trafficking. The U.S.-Mexico Bicentennial Framework for Safety, Public Heath, and Secure Communities establishes a complete, long-term strategy for binational actions to pursue the protection and safety of our societies.
Throughout a January 31 assembly, the U.S. and Mexican governments mentioned a typical strategy to advance joint aims and consider and talk the influence of our cooperation to the American and Mexican folks as we operationalize the Bicentennial Framework.
The objectives and aims of our cooperation will likely be:
GOAL 1. PROTECT OUR PEOPLE
America and Mexico search to construct sustainable, wholesome, and safe communities to learn residents of each nations.
Cooperation Space 1.1: Public Well being
Joint goal 1.1.1: Promote evidence-based public well being coverage to handle substance use issues and related harms.
Joint goal 1.1.2: Present complete, community-based look after folks with substance use issues to cut back the related hurt and promote restoration in each international locations.
Cooperation Space 1.2: Help for safer communities
Joint goal 1.2.1: Strengthen and improve violence prevention and neighborhood outreach policing to foster peaceable communities.
Joint goal 1.2.2: Promote human rights and shield weak populations.
Cooperation Space 1.3: Scale back homicides and high-impact crimes
Joint goal 1.3.1: Strengthen institutional and legislation enforcement capability to forestall and reply to homicides and associated crimes.
Joint goal 1.3.2: Scale back impunity for homicides and associated crimes.
GOAL 2. PREVENT TRANSBORDER CRIME
America and Mexico search to decrease the capability of Transnational Legal Organizations (TCOs) and forestall trafficking of medication, arms, and wildlife, migrant smuggling, and trafficking in individuals.
Cooperation Space 2.1: Safe modes of journey and commerce
Joint goal 2.1.1: Enhance integration of customs data programs to expedite lawful commerce and journey and strengthen safety.
Joint goal 2.1.2: Strengthen oversight and coordination at land ports of entry and between ports of entry alongside the U.S.-Mexico Border.
Joint goal 2.1.3: Strengthen oversight and coordination at airports of entry.
Joint goal 2.1.4: Strengthen oversight and coordination at maritime ports of entry.
Joint goal 2.1.5: Strengthen oversight and coordination of cross-border parcels and e-Commerce.
Cooperation Space 2.2: Scale back illicit firearms trafficking
Joint goal 2.2.1: Enhance efforts to cut back the illicit trafficking of firearms, ammunition, and explosive units.
Joint goal 2.2.2: Enhance bilateral data sharing on illicit firearms trafficking.
Joint goal 2.2.3: Enhance investigative and prosecutorial capability to handle illicit firearms trafficking.
Cooperation Space 2.3: Disrupt the capability of TCOs and their illicit provide chains
Joint goal 2.3.1: Disrupt and dismantle narcotics manufacturing.
Joint goal 2.3.2: Scale back the capability of TCOs to distribute and promote managed substances.
Joint goal 2.3.3: Strengthen and broaden regulatory and legislation enforcement capability to handle the trafficking of artificial medicine and precursors.
Cooperation Space 2.4: Scale back human trafficking and migrant smuggling
Joint goal 2.4.1: Establish, goal, and dismantle migrant smuggling and human trafficking organizations by way of investigations, interdictions, and prosecutions.
Joint goal 2.4.2: Strengthen the authorized regime concerning migrant smuggling and human trafficking and broaden the sharing of biometric data within the area.
GOAL 3: PURSUE CRIMINAL NETWORKS
Disrupt TCO monetary networks and scale back their potential to revenue from illicit actions each transnationally and in our on-line world.
Cooperation Space 3.1: Disrupt illicit financiers
Joint goal 3.1.1: Enhance bilateral cooperation to disrupt illicit monetary networks.
Joint goal 3.1.2: Construct the capability to research and prosecute monetary crimes, associated corruption, and transnational legal organizations.
Joint goal 3.1.3: Increase data sharing and develop neighborhood of experience to modernize approaches to disrupt illicit finance.
Joint goal 3.1.4: Enhance authorized and regulatory frameworks to raised allow efficient concentrating on, seizure, and sanctioning of legal networks and their illicit funds
Cooperation Space 3.2: Strengthen capability of safety and justice sector actors to research and prosecute organized crime.
Joint goal 3.2.1: Strengthen the capability of safety and justice sector actors to cut back impunity for crime and shield human rights.
Cooperation Space 3.3: Enhance cooperation to handle shared threats in our on-line world.
Joint goal 3.3.1: Enhance cooperation to handle shared threats in our on-line world.
Cooperation Space 3.4: Enhance cooperation in extradition issues.
Joint goal 3.4.1: Enhance extradition cooperation to facilitate the well timed prosecution of TCO members and excessive precedence crimes.