10. Scarborough, Tobago
Last on the list is the city ofScarborough. Here, crime situation is better than the previous; however, security merits are still not met to declare it as a safe city to live in.Scarborough is a city and the capital of the Island of Tobago as well as the ninth-most-populous in Trinidad and Tobago. Scarborough became the capital of Tobago in 1769. In Western Tobago, at the confluence of the Atlantic Ocean, Scarborough is the economic and cultural center of the region of Tobago. The estimated population in 2011 was 17,537. Scarborough is ranked as one of Trinidad and Tobago’s most densely populated towns alongside Port of Spain, San Fernando, Chaguanas and Arima.
9. Sangre Grande
As we go down the list, crime rate is getting lower and safety index is getting high.
Sangre Grande is the 9th dangerous city in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located east of Arima and southwest of Toco. It is the seat of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation. The town falls into the Toco/Sangre constituency of the Elections and Boundaries Commission. The Member of Parliament for the Toco/Sangre Grande constituency and by extension of Sangre Grande itself is Rupert Griffith.
8. Diego Martin
Diego Martin is a town and is the urban commercial center and capital of the Diego Martin region in Trinidad and Tobago. Its location in the region is just on the south eastern border, west of the capital city of Port of Spain and east of the town of Carenage.