Public safety issues have social and economic impacts. Members of a society are more likely to feel a sense of community with neighbors if areas are safer. Businesses are more likely to locate to areas with less crime, and customers are more likely to visit businesses in areas that are safer. There is a strong correlation between income and safety. For this reason, various measures of safety can indicate how a region is doing economically. Safety can be measured in many ways including crime rates, number of public safety officers, and domestic violence.