Is there a lot of crime in Tel Aviv?
We asked people if there is a lot of crime. They answered...
"Tel Aviv is generally considered to be a safe city, with low levels of crime. However, like any other city, there are some areas where crime is more common. Petty theft, such as pickpocketing, is the most common type of crime in Tel Aviv. Violent crime is relatively rare, but it does occur. Tourists should take the usual precautions to protect themselves and their belongings," remarked another expat in Tel Aviv, Israel.
"Tel Aviv is generally considered to be a safe city. The crime rate in Tel Aviv is significantly lower than in other cities in Israel and the world, with most crime being minor property crime such as pickpocketing and purse snatching. However, there has been an increase in violence and drug trafficking in certain neighborhoods in recent years, and travelers should be aware of their surroundings and report any suspicious activity," said a member in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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