It was Rudy Giuliani's signal achievement: reducing crime in the Big Apple.
He's been out of City Hall for almost a decade now, and didn't get far in his 2008 bid for the presidency, but the former New York City mayor is still cashing in on his expertise.
Peruvian presidential candidate Keiki Fujimori has hired Giuliani as an adviser to boost her law-and-order credentials. Giuliani is expected to help Fujimori's campaign design public safety programs.
Giuliani arrived in Peru on Sunday and met with several mayors in Lima, as well as with members of Fujimori's senior staff, reported La Republica.
He said he went to a police station and jail and then was going to give recommendations on how to reduce crime. "Your system is in need of tremendous repair," Giuliani said.