Posted on September 14, 2016 • Category: Law and Order
More than one-fourth of all U.S. parents fear for their child’s safety at school.
Mothers, minority and lower-income parents are most likely to express concerns.
Gallup Analytics, August 19, 2016
The concerns that people feel about the safety of our schools, neighborhoods and communities affect how we relate to the people around us. What safety precautions are we taking and how do our concerns affect how we participate in community life? Arizonans indicate more concerns about safety and the justice system than the national average.
Recent Gallup data include Arizona responses to the following questions:
|24%||U.S. adults (ages 18 to 29) who have personally been the victim of at least one of seven common crimes.
Young, Poor, Urban Dwellers Most Likely to Be Crime Victims
Gallup U.S. Crime Victimization Rates, 2009-2015