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PRESS - Geneva diplomats warn over local security

Geneva police have set up a special street crime unit and more officers are planned to combat a local crime wave. Yet certain foreign diplomats say more must be done and warn insecurity is threatening the city’s image. Geneva is regularly ranked in the top ten of quality-of-living listings and viewed as one of the safest cities in the world. But it continues to hold the top spot as the Swiss city with the highest number of reported crimes per inhabitant – 217 per thousand in 2011. http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/swiss_news/Geneva_diplomats_warn_over_local_security.html?cid=32806476

PRESS - Prevention campaign: reducing evening burglaries

The Police Cantonal and communal police departments in canton Vaud are launching a prevention campaign in November. Every year in autumn we see a rise in the number of break-ins as night falls. Dark arrives quickly and burglars take advantage of dusk to check out empty houses and enter them, under cover of the fading light. The season for evening home break-ins has started this way in recent years.  http://genevalunch.com/2013/10/24/lights-trick-burglars/