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Technical Director José Lobo

José Lobo is an expert on citizen security and crime and violence prevention policy. He has more than ten years of experience working in the public sector for the Office of the Presidency of Mexico, the Ministry of Social Development (SEDESOL) and the National Commission for Security (CNS). He currently serves as Technical Director for the USAID Juntos para la Prevención de la Violencia (JPV) Activity. Mr. Lobo holds a Bachelor’s in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM), a Master’s in Public Policy from Georgetown University, and a Master’s in Political Action and Citizen Participation from the Francisco de Vitoria University and Madrid’s College of Attorneys.


Blog Posts by José Lobo

Using Civic Justice to Disrupt Cycles of Violence: Lessons Learned from Mexico

Last month in Morelia, Michoacán in Mexico, a woman returned to her vehicle to find she was being ticketed by a police officer for parking in a no parking zone. She became verbally aggressive towards the officer, pushed him, and accused him of distributing tickets only to collect bribes. Three years ago, Morelia authorities would…