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Often tourists get so focused on seeing the sights they never add into their phones the numbers of the local police, nor do they know their location. Take a moment to bookmark the address and try to have a general idea of where it is in the event your phone is stolen. But planning ahead to budget your cash and make fewer ATM withdrawals will make you less vulnerable to card theft.
Perhaps use that extra cash for a souvenir splurge just for you. Most hotels will be happy to give you a free map to the neighborhood and point out local sights to see. Take their free advice one step further and ask about areas you should not visit. If a neighborhood is deemed dangerous, then let it be and find out other gems throughout the location. Take particular care during Carnival to only take what you need with you and keep track of your items.
That may mean putting your wallet in your front pocket instead of your usual back pocket, or downsizing your purse for something less attention-grabbing. Petty crimes are just as likely to happen in the city center of Fortaleza as on the beaches. Tourists frequent Praia do Futuro in droves, eager to take in the sun and sand at this beautiful beach. Aggressors often head to the bus stops in Praia do Futuro to pickpocket tourists, and the deserted areas of the beach are dangerous as well, even during the daytime.
Getting robbed is obviously an awful experience, but what can make it even worse is putting up a fight. Often the best call is to hand over whatever they are asking for and let them go. Then immediately go to the nearest police station to file a report. Try to take in details of the assailant to help describe them to police. One other measure that some tourists have taken is to carry an extra wallet with fake IDs and credit cards and to keep their actual wallet hidden.
Fortaleza is a well-known city for tourist prostitution. Many hotels and residence buildings have a registry of late night arrivals, or at least security cameras that can catch a glimpse of the perpetrator. Get these details and then go to the police.