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Berlin is a safe place but it has some not so well maintained areas as well. Watch your bags during rush hours and at larger train stations. Racially-motivated violence is rare but the risk is higher on the outskirts of East Berlin. The police in Berlin are competent and not corrupt therefore if you try to bribe you are likely to spend a night behind bars to check your background. They are generally helpful to tourists. Most of the officers are able to speak English, so don't hesitate to approach them if you are frightened or lost.  The nationwide emergency number is 112 for medical emergencies and fires, while the police emergency number is 110.

Berlin is generally a very safe city and anyone exercising common sense should be able to avoid any unpleasant experiences. Pickpockets are more common around major transport hubs and tend to target obvious tourists. Walking around at night is fine in central areas, but it is advisable to steer clear of the eastern suburbs after nightfall if you don't look like a local.
Most Berliners speak English to some degree, with the youngsters in particular tending to be somewhere between very good and fluent.

Travelling alone, Dont be in the East side ( ex communist) berlin at night you may be followed around by drunks specially at night.

City is generally as safe as any U.S city

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