American International Journal of Social Science

ISSN 2325-4149(Print), ISSN 2325-4165(Online) DIO: 10.30845/aijss

Social Sciences as a Driver of Public Innovation for Coexistence
Marlon Mike Toro-Álvarez

Coexistence is a fundamental requirement for the exercise of the rights and duties of citizens and its preservation depends largely on the governance of public security. The crime prosecuting at the head of the police forces is insufficient for this preservation taking into account that it only moves the crime but does not eliminate its causes or restore the caused damage to victims. For this reason the present work describes different strategies to contain crime and its contradictions and suggests an interagency joint as an exercise of experimental innovation according to counteract the perception of insecurity. At the end, this article displays the benefits of collection and data analysis to support not just policing but also to establish baselines for future public policy. In this way it looks for building confidence scenarios and institutional credibility to the municipal level in advance to a Colombian post-conflict.

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