In a recently released list of Colorado's Safest Cities, Grand Junction finished near the bottom. Is safety an issue here?

Grand Junction ranked lower than Denver. That's according to the Safe Home website. Their Safety Score score is based on several factors. It starts with the FBI's latest reports of how many, and what kinds of crime occurred in that city in a given year. Next, in which way is that crime trending, up or down? Also included in the matrix is population density, population trends, unemployment, average income, education, and the ratio of law enforcement officers compared to the population.

According to Safe Home here are the Top 25 safest cities in Colorado:

1. Thornton

2. Parker

3. Windsor

4. Centennial

5. Castle Rock

6. Broomfield

7. Lafayette

8. Littleton

9. Arvada

10. Fort Collins

11. Boulder

12. Loveland

13. Greeley

14. Northglenn

15. Aurora

16. Fountain

17. Westminster

18. Commerce City

19. Brighton

20. Colorado Springs

21. Denver

22. Grand Junction

23. Wheat Ridge

24. Lakewood

25. Pueblo

I live downtown and walk to shows all the time. I've yet to feel I was in danger even walking home late at night. Do you consider Grand Junction an unsafe community? Are you comfortable with Grand Junction's ranking?