From January to November 2019, 26,959 intentional homicides have been recorded, 336 more cases than during the same period of 2018 when there were 26,623 murders.
In November, 2,466 intentional killings were recorded, according to statistics from the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP).
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June was placed as the most violent month with 2,561 victims, while the least violent month in these 11 months was April with 2,310 victims, according to the report.
This is the month-to-month report:
January: 2 thousand 465
February: 2 thousand 389
March: 2 thousand 424
April: 2 thousand 310
May: 2 thousand 476
June: 2 thousand 561
July: 2 thousand 543
August: 2 thousand 489
September: 2 thousand 407
October: 2 thousand 429
November: 2 thousand 466
The entities that had the most casualties were Guanajuato, with 346; State of Mexico (245); Baja California (229), Chihuahua (227) and Jalisco (226).
The entities that had the least record of the crime were Yucatan (3), Campeche (4), Baja California Sur (5), Aguascalientes (8) and Durango (11).
From January to November of this year, the municipalities with the most willful homicides in the country are Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez and Acapulco, together they add up to 3,593 crimes of this type, equivalent to 13% of the total recorded nationally.
The top five are complemented by the municipality of León, Guanajuato and Culiacán, Sinaloa, both with 420 homicides each; Guadalajara, Jalisco, with 344 deaths.
Femicide also recorded a 12.23% rise from 793 victims from January to November 2018, to 890 in the same period this year, according to secretariat data. In November there were 74 cases of femicide.
The abduction – in the common force – also reported an increase of 3.79% this year compared to 2018. In November there were 83 cases
In 2018, 1,186 victims of the crime were recorded between January and November, in 2019 they added 1,231 in the same period.
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