In Sight: Organized Crime in the Americas, 2/14/12
US military and police aid for Latin America and the Caribbean will total $946 million for the 2013 fiscal year, according to a database kept by Just the Facts. This is a cut of about 10 percent from 2012. Of this, $432.4 million will come from the US State Department, according to the proposed budget. This includes $155 million for Colombia and $35 million for Mexico.
The US State Department also requested $85.2 million for other countries in the Western Hemisphere, $26.2 million of which will fall under the primary security initiative for Central America, known as CARSI, with another $47.5 million falling under the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative (CBSI).