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Mexico Capturing and Returning US Fugitives

The days of fugitives successfully hiding out in Mexico may well be over. The US Marshals Service and Mexico’s law enforcement agencies are working together to capture more criminals crossing the border than in the past. Click here for more information.   Keep Reading

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Survey Results: Home Burglaries Are #1 Local Crime

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An invitation to participate in an online survey about crime at Lake Chapala was sent on May 22, 2014 by the Lake Chapala Reporter to 2,630 email addresses. Of this number, 1,173 (about half) of the emails were opened. Of that number, 392 people looked at the survey, and 276 actually completed the survey.

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Know Your Police Officers’ Vehicles and Duties

This article is geared mainly to residents of the Chapala/Guadalajara area, but it also applies to all of Mexico regarding the federal police agencies. It’s important to know what each law enforcement agency’s vehicles look like and what each agency’s job is so you know whom to call in the event of an emergency. It’s… Keep Reading

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The Facts about Safety in Mexico

More than 154,000 Americans travel safely to Mexico every DAY according to Nation Master. The US Department of Commerce reports that Mexico is the number 1 travel destination for Americans, with 20.3 million trips each year. That’s almost twice as many going to Mexico as to Canada. 1.6 million Canadians travel to Mexico each year… Keep Reading

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Where Will You Get Help if You Fall?

Many Lakeside expats live by themselves. Without relatives to check up on them frequently, many of them, undoubtedly, worry about what would happen if they become incapacitated in their homes. And so do their families. But as expats, they don’t have the advantage of extended families to watch out for them. And, many older expats… Keep Reading

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