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Join date : 2012-10-29
Location : Lahore Pakistan

PostSubject: Tips on Avoiding Becoming a Victim   Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:52 am

Situational awareness and common sense are imperative for personal safety. The RSO reminds visitors to always maintain a low profile; do not draw attention to yourself. Travelers are strongly encouraged to wear conservative attire that lends itself to blending in and does not easily identify you as being an American. Clothing that is military in nature, displays Western sports teams or immediately associates you with the U.S. is discouraged.

Avoid carrying or displaying large sums of money or valuables. Avoid crowded areas, markets and civil disturbances, including protests and demonstrations. Keep your meeting times and places unpredictable and always vary your routes if driving. If you feel that you are being followed or threatened in any way, go immediately to a safe public place such as a government building, police station or hotel.

When traveling throughout the city in a vehicle, keep your doors locked and windows up while driving. Whether you are driving or riding as a passenger, use extreme caution, expect the unexpected, and drive defensively. Expect other drivers to ignore road signs, traffic lights and drift into your lane of traffic without warning. Proceed through intersections with caution.

As of 31 December 2011, the Avari and Pearl Continental are the only EAC and RSO approved hotels for COM personnel to stay in while visiting Lahore.
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