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  1. Interesting article. If I was doing a 'safest area' , I would do 'safest urban area' , because people know the countryside is safe, so no news there. and to do this, I would use the office of National statistics area classification framework. They classify areas by LSOA. Then, I would use crime data classified by LSOA And from all of that, I would aggregate LSOA's by built-up area ( there are lookups one can use ) and then you would end up with a couple of things: Safest urban neighbourhoods in the UK Safest built-up areas in the UK I've already done a big p
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