Crime on the streets of most big cities is constantly increasing. Lastly, it also appears in smaller cities.

The following list of “protection measures” will help you protect yourself:

  • When you leave the house, make sure all doors and windows are locked – including the gantry door if you have.
  • Be careful and not transfer large sums of money.
  • If possible, walk along with another person, especially at night.
  • Have only a few low-value banknotes in your wallet.
  • Credit cards, high-value banknotes, driver’s license, keys and jewelry must be split into pocket coats, jackets or trousers to reduce the likelihood of big losses.
  • Women holding bags, do not wrap the strap around your shoulder, neck, or wrist because you may be injured in case of theft of the bag.
  • Do not transfer anything more precious than you can afford to lose.
  • Circulate on well-lit streets at night.
  • Do not ever hitching and do not take in your car unknown from the street.
  • Walk on the side of the road that is closest to the traffic. If someone threatens you through a car, run in the opposite direction to the direction of the car.
  • Keep polite but safe distance from people who ask you any questions on the road.

If you are people who move in dangerous areas, it is advisable to have a second wallet containing some low-value banknotes and old credit cards that have expired. If you are confronted by a gunslinger, give him the second wallet and observe him as best as you can to help the police to arrest him.

When returning home, especially at night, do not delay at the entrance, but get in immediately. If you feel that something strange is happening inside the house, do not go in but go where else you can ask for help. If you find a door or a window violated DO NOT GO IN. The criminal may still be in. Use a neighbor’s phone to call the police right away.

  • Do not touch anything or clean if you have been burgled.
  • Keep the situation until the police inspect data.
  • If you feel that someone is following you, go to the nearest residential house, building or lighted square and ask for help.
  • If you are faced with a dangerous situation, shout “FIRE! FIRE! ” instead of” HELP! “.
    Statistically, there will be more interest and faster.