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Is crime a big problem in your country?

GemmaRowlandsGemmaRowlands ModeratorPosts: 9,489 mod
Here, there is quite a lot of crime, but I know it is nothing compared to some other places - even in this country.

I can walk down the street alone at night and feel quite safe, and I can leave my door unlocked and not expect to get broken into.

What about you? What kind of precautions do you have to take against crime in your country?

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  • mheredgemheredge Posts: 38,691 ✭✭✭✭
    Where do you live in the UK that you leave your door open (on the other hand, don't say!) I didn't think anywhere in the UK was that safe any more.

    Even Nepal, where there's very little crime, people take care. I was bemused by my friend who takes his kukari knife to the bedroom with him at night, even though it is in a very safe and remote village, miles from anywhere.
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