TripIt provides hyperlocal safety scores for neighbourhoods around the world.
Neighbourhood Safety Scores represent risk on a 1-100 point scale from lowest to highest. A composite score represents the overall risk for a location. The neighbourhood safety score can also be broken down into categories such as:
- Women’s safety
- Access to health and medical services
- Physical harm
- Basic freedoms
- LGBTQ safety and more!
Separate scores are also available for daytime and nighttime. Travellers can find safety scores for their accommodation, restaurant and activity locations within the Android, iOS and Mac apps.
Neighbourhood Safety Scores are powered by our partner GeoSure which analyses metadata captured from hundreds of trusted sources to determine destination safety. This data includes statistics from the World Health Organization, Interpol, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, country and city crime statistics and more. GeoSure also takes into account user reports about on-the-ground safety conditions. Through their proprietary algorithm that combines hundreds of variables specific to each neighbourhood, GeoSure produces standardised, customised safety metrics.
Updated: 8 Oct, 2020