Healthy adults worried about safety less than unhealthy adults.
Feeling safe and secure at home, work, and play is basic to a sense of well-being and can influence healthy behaviors.
In 2011, King County adults were asked how often in the preceding 12 months they worried about 6 specific threats to their safety, the safety of their children, and the safety of their home. The possible range of perceived safety scores was 6 (low) to 30 (high). See Notes & Sources for more detail.
- Adults in fair or poor health worried about safety more than did those in excellent, very good, or good health.
- Veteran status was not related to perceptions of safety.
- Crime: Notes & Sources
- Index Crime
- Major Violent Crime
- Property Crime
- Identity Theft
- Hate Crime
- Domestic Violence
- Domestic Violence: Notes & Sources
- By Type
- DV Simple Assault by Regional Cities
- DV Simple Assault Trends for Regional Cities
- Violation of Protection Orders by Regional Cities
- Violation of Protection Orders Trends for Regional Cities
- Major DV by Regional Cities
- Major DV Trends for Regional Cities
- Child Protective Services Referral Trends
- Perceived Safety