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Friday, December 2 • 16:30 - 17:30
Police Crimes

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Transparency International and the Latin America Press and Society Institute (IPYS) have partnered for the IACC 2016 and for the IPYS 2016 Latin American Investigative Journalism Conference COLPIN. Throughout the 20 IACC-COLPIN Sessions we aim to showcase some of the most important corruption related investigations from around the world while discussing their impact and striving to forge stronger bonds between advocates and journalists.

The crew that eliminated criminals

Carlos Castro, America TV, Peru

Criminals set up by infiltrators who incited them to commit burglaries. Then, policemen were decorated for participating in their arrests.

The murder of the antidrug czar

Alberto Arce, The New York Times in Spanish, Honduras

Two generals organize, carry through and cover up the murder of Julian Aristides Gonzalez on behalf   of the Atlantic Cartel.

396 deaths by theSao Paulo Police Department

Ciro Barros, Agencia Pública, Brazil

An official data survey built a profile of lethal occurrences of the city’s military police.

Massacre at the San Blas Ranch

Roberto Valencia, El Faro, El Salvador

Journalistic reconstruction reveals signs of summary executions and cover ups in the scene of eight homicides.

Moderator:  María Elena Barrios, TVN, Forum of Journalists, Panama


María Elena Barrios

TVN, Forum of Journalists


Alberto Arce

The New York Times (Spanish)

Ciro Barros

Agencia Pública

Carlos Castro

America TV

Friday December 2, 2016 16:30 - 17:30 CST
The IACC/IPYS Colpin Conference