SafeWise is an online resource that offers safety solutions, information, and recommendations for your home and community. SafeWise experts have decades of experience as journalists, product testers, safety and compliance officers, homeowners, and community advocates.
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Our experts love working with journalists to share meaningful insights and helpful advice in the realms of home and community safety. We provide live or recorded interviews, expert quotes, press releases, safety and security recommendations, and guest posts.
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SafeWise Editorial Team Experience
- 50+ years of combined experience as journalists, bloggers, researchers, testers, and reviewers
- 20+ years of combined experience as safety and security writers, testers, officers, etc. in community, home, academic, and digital realms
- 2,400+ mentions, expert quotes, and broadcast airings
- 70+ media interviews completed for print, TV, podcasts, and radio
- Over 29 million viewers and listeners from TV and radio broadcasts
SafeWise In the News
SafeWise is committed to creating safer communities through timely news, insightful data analysis, and community action.
Safety Data Studies
Safest Cities in Each State
Other Data Studies
In 2018 we launched the SafeWise for Safe Rides Home campaign. The campaign targets holidays when deaths and accidents from impaired driving spike.
We provide ridesharing credits to communities that see the biggest jumps to help cut down on impaired driving and make our nation’s streets safer for everyone.
in Wyoming, South Carolina, North Dakota, New Mexico, Alabama, Montana, Texas, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana
Safe rides home given
worth of Lyft credit donated
In 2019 we published the Internet Safety Guide for Kids. As part of our efforts to support parents and educators, we provided multiple media interviews.
Our lead safety reporter also contributed cyberbullying tips and advice to the American Society for the Positive Care of Children and the National Foundation to End Child Abuse and Neglect.
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