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According to crime statistics for the canton of Geneva, there was a seven percent decrease in overall crime, reported “thefts with violence” decreased 38 percent from 2013, pickpocketing fell by nine percent (to 5,245 cases), but the number of “thefts from vehicles” rose six percent.
Petty crime (pickpockets, theft of unattended bags) is a concern.
Hotels have reported guests’ bags being stolen at the check-in desk, and trams and buses are regular places for pickpocketing and bags that are left unattended to be stolen.
Travelers should be especially cautious at the airport, train stations, on trains, locations that are frequented by tourists (restaurants/bars in "Les Paquis"), and in shopping areas.
Cybersecurity Issues In 2014, the Swiss Cybercrime Coordination Unit (CYCO) received a total of 10,214 suspicious activity reports on cybercrime via the online reporting form (
This is an increase of 10.9 percent over 2013 (9,208 reports).
Most of complainants were men who claimed to have been targeted on social media or dating websites, supposedly by women.From the unusual to the fun to the glamorous, discover exceptional activities near you and all over Switzerland.Please note that these are not dating events – they are open to anyone who registers. According to crime statistics for the canton of Vaud, there was an eight percent decrease of reported crime, the number of “thefts with violence” decreased 30 percent (possibly the result of more visible police operations), reported pickpocketing fell 25 percent, but a 19 percent rise in the number of “thefts from vehicles.” Switzerland still faces the challenge of organized crime.According to police publications, Switzerland has affiliates of organized crime from: •West and North Africa, particularly false documents, trafficking of cocaine and fraud.