Created by Diego Valle-Jones.
The source of crime data is the PJG-CDMX. Cuadrante coordinates scraped from Consulta de Cuadrantes. The population figures are based on the 2010 Census by Manzana. Keep in mind that about 95% of crimes in Mexico City are not reported to the police and you should focus on homicides and car robberies since by their nature they are harder to ignore.
There's also a Spanish version and a really cool API
Visit El Crimen for crime information at the national, state and municipio level
You can download a map of cuadrantes as GeoJSON using the API
This webapp is opensource and you can view the code on GitHub
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