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Is there a lot of crime in Italy?

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"Italy generally has a low level of crime but some regions, particularly in the south, experience higher rates of violence, theft, drug-related crime, and organized crime. Most crimes in Italy are non-violent and property-related, such as pickpocketing, burglary, and vandalism. Computer fraud, identity theft, and online scams are also common, as are violent crimes such as assault, homicide, and organized crime activities," remarked another expat who made the move to Italy.

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