Life Generally Safe in Slovenia, But Crime is Rising
Ljubljana, 13 April - INTERNAL/SECURITY/CONSULTATION
Life in Slovenia is generally safe compared to other Eastern and Western European countries, but a lot still has to be done to maintain the present level of security. Recent surveys have shown that Slovene citizens feel more at risk than a few years ago although crime and street violence is not as extensive even in bigger cities as it is in other countries, Darko Maver, the dean of the College of Police and Security Studies, said during a consultation on internal security held in Parliament on Tuesday.
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