After the arrest of César Peralta, the Dominican Republic has continued going after remaining cocaine trafficking networks.
High-ranking officials from the former government of President Danilo Medina in the Dominican Republic continue to fall.
InSight Crime's GameChangers 2022 looks back at the most consequential criminal stories across Latin America this year.
As world leaders met for the United Nations General Assembly, Latin American presidents expressed various concerns about organized crime.
Dominican officials have banned 12 Haitian gang leaders and one of its top politicians from entering the country.
President Luis Abinader has vowed to root out corruption in the Dominican Republic. But this is much easier said than done.
César Peralta, alias "El Abusador," became the most powerful and well-connected drug trafficker in the Dominican Republic.
The port of Caucedo, the Dominican Republic's main maritime entry point, is trying to fight back against a wave of cocaine.
A network which sexually trafficked Colombian and Venezuelan women to the Dominican Republic has been dismantled.
Seizures of military-style assault weapons in the Dominican Republic are raising concerns that criminal groups are accessing powerful firearms smuggled from the United States and elsewhere.