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According to the hierarchy of people's needs our first needs is a fhisiological needs and our second needs is a need for safety.

Many times in our life we are going somewhere - it can be travelling to a new unknown places or moving to a new city and each time we need more information about the safety of place we are going to.

The goal of this project is to collect and provide graphical and text information of safe and crime areas all around the world. We rely on information exchange between visitors of this project, and we are making an emphasis on providing each other a graphical information (marked sectors on maps) of any kind of dangerous areas in any city, town or village in any country of our planet. Realizing that it is not so easy to collect a full set of maps of all areas, we call for sharing safety information on our Forum, where everybody can ask a question and everybody can answer on it.

In order to keep safe beware of dangerous zones. It is known that criminals are usually desperate individuals with nothing to lose, trying to look for targets who are out of place and who do not fit in, or those with apparent weaknesses.
Many incidents of criminal violence occur in seedier areas of a city. Oftentimes this happens outside bars and nightclubs or in the immediate vicinity of train and bus stations, ports and vacant lots.
Also, criminal violence occurs after dark in more isolated areas such as alleys and side streets in urban areas, empty parks and empty buildings.






Did you know?:
Maslow's hierarchy of needs
 This hierarchy represents a basic human needs.

Physiological needs: breathing, drinking, eating, excretion, sleep and shelter.

Need for safety: personal security from crime, health and well-being,  security of resources, of property, of employment, financial security.

Need for group: friendship
intimacy, family.

Respect: self-esteem, self-respect, confidence, respect of others, respect by others

Self-Actualization: morality, creativity, spontaneity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, acceptance of facts