"SafeWise" an online company that reviews safety and security products, ranked Pullman as the fourth safest city in the state due to its good schools and low crime rate.
Pullman Police Commander, Chris Tennant said the community members play the biggest role in keeping the city safe.
"As a police department we're really trying to focus on the quality of life type issues before they become major crimes, and we've had a little success in that," said Tennant.
Tennant said the department listens to the public's concerns when deciding which problems to focus on, such as noise and fighting. According to SafeWise, other safe cities include Issaquah and Kennewick, however Connell, Washington topped the list.
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