Central American police unite for cross-border pursuits
The governments of Central America and the Dominican Republic are planning measures to share information on criminal records and allow “hot pursuit” chases across borders, in an effort to fight transnational criminal groups.
Designed to target organized crime groups, the agreement will allow law enforcement agencies from one country to pursue suspects over the border into a neighboring country.
The agreement will also see states share criminal records so suspects are prosecuted as repeat offenders for crimes they have committed in other countries.
Source: Christian Science Monitor