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Police and Law Enforcement in Davao City, Davao Del Sur

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Are the police helpful? Are they not? Do they carry guns? Here's what four local experts had to say about police and law enforcement in Davao City, Davao Del Sur. (Their opinions are their own.)

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The roads are very wide, so in crossing the streets you must be very careful. Also unlike some cities here in the Philippines, the police are very strict about jaywalking, so even if you think it’s fine because there are no cars, you should still look for a pedestrian crossing lane to be safe because might get caught by a policeman.

Precious, says: 2020

Davao City is listed as one of the top safest cities in the whole world. Anyone can use their phone freely without fearing to snatchers. The town is equipped with a lot of cops per street. A lot of activities during known celebrated festival such as Kadayawan on August and Araw ng Dabaw on March. It also offers a lot of possible jobs since the economy is growing. People are very hospitable and friendly. A lot of tourist attraction such as Rizal Park, People’s Park, dancing fountain in SM Lanang, Eden Park and more.

Keyzel, says: 2020

Davao City is a place where you will not worry about your safety. Even when you walk outside during midnights, it is still safe for police officers are making sure that no ruckus will happen while everyone is at their homes. Also, this city is famous for Durian, and yearly during August we celebrate Kadayawan Festival, a Festival of Good Harvest and many durians are being sold in cheap prices!

Davao City has a strict non-smoking rule. You are only allowed to smoke in the designated areas the government set up in public areas. Failure to comply would result to paying a fine or getting jail time. Second, drinking of liquor and singing to karaokes are cut off at 11:00 pm, unless you want the police to come after you. enjoy. Davao City is a developing city and has a lot of fun to offer.

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