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Keeping Haiti Safe: Police Reform

20 December 2011: Two years after the earthquake, Haiti remains susceptible to drug trafficking, violent crime and political instability. State institutions remain weak, particularly the Haitian National Police and the Justice system upon which public safety relies. Bernice Robertson, Crisis Group’s Senior Analyst in Haiti, explains how insecurity damages the country's recovery. 6:28

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