According to an article in the national newspaper La Prensa, published November 25th 2011:
‘Chasquipampa has become as dangerous a place as la Ceja in El Alto, owing to the crime statistics and the proliferation of gangs of young people who come together to meet up in the area’, stated Colonel Daniel Quintanilla, director of the Special Forces in the Fight Against Crime (FELCC) in the La Paz area.’ 
According to Página Siete (another local newspaper) in an article dated June 10th 2013, it is stated that:
‘Chasquipampa is the place in the South Zone where the majority of sexual aggressions are registered, according to the statistics office of the Special Forces in the Fight Against Crime (FELCC) […] Between January and May, half of the cases reported took place in this area. This is due to the fact that there are a growing number of bars and canteens “where the gangs hang out” says the Chief of the Division for the Trafficking of Persons, part of the FELCC, Jeaneth Canqui. […] Of a total number of cases reported, 50% took place in this area. The anti-crime forces have warned of the increase in the use of alcohol.'
 Free translation from Spanish