What are safety and crime like in San Pedro City, Laguna?

three local experts

From petty theft to violent crime, here's what 3 local experts had to say about safety and crime in San Pedro City.

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Know how to cope with living in a very populated and polluted area, such as the rather dusty air and traffic on the streets. However, they should also be aware that despite the rampant poverty, the locals are welcoming and usually much nicer than those from other cities. Another thing they should be informed of is that more people would strongly advise living here instead of cities in Manila, for it is safer.

Estela, says: 2020

Someone who plans to relocate to my city may be surprised by a somewhat low crime rate. They should brace themselves for the fast pace of life due to the state being in the suburbs, and the big issue of pollution. However, because of the community, a positive side to it is the ecstasy and welcoming mood of the locals.

Kristina, says: 2020

If someone moves here know how to take care of her belongings and ask someone to accompany them to their specific destination. Some people might take advantage of someone unfamiliar to the places they visit, and might harm them or steal from them. I’m not saying there are a lot of thefts, but it happens most of the time. Not just here, but in all other places as well.

Chariz, says: 2020

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