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Cooperstown is a very safe town and you should have no fears at all. Even though the town sees about 300,000 visitors each year, mostly for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, you do not have to worry. The majority of the people that visit this small town are families with small children and avid fans of baseball. There is a good police force that works in Cooperstown, and there are also a good amount of local security guards who take care of the facilities at the Hall of Fame and Doubleday Field. While you are at these locations, you should have no fears for your safety. Even if any such incident should arise, there are trained professionals to take care of it. You don't have to worry about looking like a tourist while you are in Cooperstown because the great majority of the people in the town are visitors, so there is no conspiracy to rip off the guests. You will find that the people of the town are more than willing to help you out and be of service. All of the accomodations, whether it be hotel or food, are taken care of by professionals who love their jobs, and you will have nothing fear.