Staying safe in Mauldin


The City of Mauldin has once again been named one of the safest cities in South Carolina, ranking fifth in a SafeWise Report released last week detailing the “30 Safest Cities in South Carolina.”

“Improving to fifth place from sixth place illustrates our city’s continuing efforts to promote a high quality of life and a safe community,” said public safety committee chair and Mayor Pro Tem Bob Cook.

SafeWise, a community-focused security organization, used the most recent FBI crime data from 2013 to analyze and rank cities, which all have a minimum population of 2,000 people. 


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