The ever ending social-economic problems that Haiti has been dealing with for centuries have created an environment where many have turned to crime a way to earn a living. One of the most rampant crime in the past few years has been kidnapping
To counter counter these types of crime, the Haitian National Police has been developing a variety of strategy; however, due to lack of an adequate Police force in Haiti, kidnapping cases have been growing in the country, causing the population not to feel secure. Others who are able have decided to leave the country all together.
Some of the most vulnerable areas is Haiti for kidnapping are the slums. Foreigners are also a target of kidnappers as well as high-class neighborhoods such as Thomassin and Pelerin. Kidnappers do not discriminate base on profession, age, gender or social class.
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