Adriana Beltrán

Adriana Beltrán is head of the Citizen Security Program for the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), a U.S.-based research and advocacy organization, where she promotes policies that identify and address the root causes of violence and insecurity, and improve the effectiveness and accountability of police and judicial systems. She has extensive experience addressing human rights, citizen security, and rule of law-related issues, as well as U.S. policy toward Central America. She has written various reports and articles on U.S.-Central America policy, police and justice reform, and corruption in the region, and is currently leading a project to assess the level of progress in improving the rule of law, security, and accountability in Central America through a series of indicators. Follow her on twitter @Adriana_WOLA

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