Majority Of DC Residents Do Not Feel Safe Outside At Night
Residents in Washington, D.C., overwhelmingly do not feel safe outdoors at night, according to a new study highlighting the troubling crime trends in the District.
Roughly 73 percent of District residents said they do not feel safe or feel only somewhat safe being outside their house after dark in a survey from the Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC), a non-profit group. The study seeks to identify safety perceptions in each ward of the District and for the city overall to better understand how crime is affecting the community, reports Washington City Paper.
Majority of DC Residents Do Not Feel Safe Outside At Night, The Daily Caller, 06/28/2016