Safety and Crime in Dasmariñas City, Cavite

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Here's what 9 local experts had to say about safety and crime in Dasmariñas City.

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Our city is well-known to be very strict when it comes to our policies. Law-enforcers are keen on observing and maintaining peace and order for the safety and wellness of every citizen.

Vincent, says: 2020

Dasmariñas City is a fast growing city in the province of Cavite. Numerous malls and supermarkets can be found anywhere. Schools and hospitals, likewise, are located strategically within the city. Fewer and fewer crimes are being reported yearly mainly because of our responsible leaders who guide and attend to every needs of the people.

Robbie, says: 2020

There are no squatters, traffic is not so much heavy traffic, a flexible place and people are not crowded. The malls are much more eco-friendly than in most cities, not so much pollution compare to the big cities where people are crowded. In some small cities, the law or rules in a small city are preferably less strict than to the big cities.

Pamela, says: 2020

Dasmariñas City is the first urban area that had SM Supermalls among all cities in Cavite. It has so many tourist spot that every people would like to visit such as the Kadiwa Park, Promenade des Dasmariñas and more. Crime rate in Dasma in not that high because of the police guarding around the whole city.

Eunice, says: 2020

All you need is here. You don’t have to go anywhere to buy your needs and wants because the place is surrounded by many establishments that offers your needs and wants. There are also hospitals in our city. The city is well guarded so you will not have to worry about your safety.

When you’re moving to my city, know the crime rates here are very low. You and your family is safe here because the police officers are quick to respond and they are just one call away. Also, the transportation here are very easy because you have a lot of vehicles to choose from when you’re going to some places.

Dennis, says: 2020

For someone moving here, one thing to consider is the exact place you will be moving to. There are a lot of villages and subdivisions here, and each of those villages and subdivisions have their own pros and cons. There are subdivisions or villages that does not have tight security at the main gates, thus, if you want to live in a secure place, you must always search for villages or subdivisions that have tight security systems here.

Dasmariñas City is the home of the “Paru-Paro” (Butterfly) Festival in the historical province of Cavite. Truly, it is a beautiful city now after a period of struggles in its metamorphosis. It used to be a notorious place where victims of salvage were thrown. Today, Dasmariñas, as a progressive city, has created countless jobs for its residents and migrants. Dasmariñas will continue to develop in the coming years, as it gives paramount importance to education, health, and economy.

Desserie, says: 2020

Before moving to my city, be aware that it is not a unique and extravagant place where you can live your life without care. This city is also just like any other urban places with cemented roads and tall buildings. Its economic state is well off compared to the other cities in my province because of it bustling businesses that are easily accessible. Its safety and security is also good because of the just and fair government and authorities. Most of residents are disciplined and well-mannered.

Shannen, says: 2020

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