Tulsa Warnings and Dangers
Tulsa is pretty safe for a mid-sized city, though its crime rate is higher than the national average. It is generally safe to travel anywhere in the city during the day, but at night there are a few areas where you should be on the alert. You can find a crime map here.
Downtown is generally safe if you stay away from the bus stations and areas with no street lights. The downtown area is like a ghost town on weekdays but is a little more lively on weekends. There are a lot of auto thefts, purse snatchings, rapes, thefts, and home invasions on the south side of Tulsa.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about warnings and dangers in Tulsa.
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