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  • Crime in Bogotá, Columbia
    Kaamilah Abdu
  • Crime in Bogotá
    Bogotá has gone to great lengths to change its crime rate and its image with increasing success after being considered in the mid-90s to be one of the most violent cities in the world.
  • Crime in Bogotá
    In 1993 there were 4,352 intentional homicides at a rate of 81 per 100,000 people; in 2007, Bogotá suffered 1,401 murders at a rate of 19 per 100,000 inhabitants.
  • Crime in Bogotá
    Buisness.rediff.com
  • Crime in Bogotá
    This success was the result of a participatory and integrated security policy, "Communidad Segura”, which was first adopted in 1995 and continues to be enforced.Colombia is rated HIGH for both terrorism and crime by the Department of State.
  • Crime in Bogotá
    Comunidadesegura.org
  • Crime in Bogotá
    The threat facing Americans in Colombia is significant and continues to be a top priority. Practicing good security awareness is critical in Colombia and should be exercised by every American residing in or visiting the country. 
  • Crime in Bogotá
    Bogota’ mayor
    Opositionals.blogspot.com
  • Crime in Bogotá
    Bogotá and other large cities in Colombia share many of the problems that plague most of the world's large cities. The most prevalent threat to all travelers is street crime. This includes, but is not limited to mugging, pick pocketing, assault, jewelry theft, burglary and credit/debit card fraud.