The state has taken some steps to address this crisis, but it can do much more.
Two years ago, Adriana stopped running in the mornings.
It was a matter of personal safety: she realised a car was following her on her jogs.
For this 34-year-old woman, who has spent all her life in the northern Mexican city of Zacatecas (the capital of Zacatecas state), the menacing experience of being pursued every day brought a lasting sense of insecurity.
“I stopped running, but the…