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DRDREAMS
8/5/2021 11:12 EST

Hello. I am always told of the difficulties of dealing with crime in the DR.Can someone elaborate? All info/opinions appreciated.

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BocaChica
11/17/2021 19:57 EST

I've been here over 3 years. If you keep your nose clean crime is non-existent. I'm American but not flashy. It's a very nice place to live.

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SOSUAPETER
8/7/2021 18:25 EST

When I worked for a real estate co in Sosua. I had a client who read an article about a woman raped in a hotel near Rio San Juan. He said he is no longer coming to the DR because of the violence.
Firstly, the woman had been attracting Dominicans and was not very friendly. I sent the client a list of criminal-activities in a city. and asked if he. would consider moving there.
He replied 'No way" would I go there. I then sent him the name of the city which is where he was living in the USA. Im happy living here for 10 years. I came because an air hostess said that the Dominicans are the friendliest people in the Caribbean.

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mageliot
8/7/2021 16:29 EST

i have lived in the DR as an expat from the US for 12 years and have never experienced crime....saw more crime between expats! Certainly there is crime, and more in Santo Domingo, Santiago, and in places with prostitutes and drug/alcohol abuse. Just like anywhere else in the world. If you go to these places extra care is required, and how you carry yourself. If you wear alot of jewelry and are showy , it will set you apart from a relatively poor but nonvilolent and happy population.

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