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Safety Tips

Notwithstanding what you see on CSI Miami and other prime time shows, Miami is a relatively safe city if you use common sense and are always aware of your surroundings. In general, the areas frequented by visitors are much safer than areas with the highest levels of crime.

The Miami-Dade Police Department offers the following recommendations:

Vehicle safety

  • Review map(s) and other visitor information before leaving the rental car area or elsewhere. If unsure of how to reach a destination, ask for directions prior to leaving your point of departure, be that a hotel, attraction, restaurant, shopping mall or place of business.
  • Do not ask for casual street corner directions.
  • Do not exit expressways to avoid tolls.
  • If you are told by a passing motorist that something is wrong with your vehicle -- or if someone bumps you from behind -- do not stop. Drive to the nearest well lighted public area and call for assistance (police emergencies -- dial 911).
  • Always keep doors locked and windows up when driving or parked. Keep valuables in the trunk or locked glove compartment.

General Safety

  • Do not leave bags, briefcases, purses or luggage unattended.
  • Do not ever leave children unattended anywhere.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Carry travelers checks in place of cash.
  • Keep hotel and balcony room doors locked.
  • All members of your party should carry information with the name, address and telephone number of your hotel.
  • Carry purses and waist packs across the front of your body. Be sure they are closed securely.
  • For all emergencies dial 911 on the telephone.
  • For telephone number information dial 411 on the telephone.

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