Hawaii is one of the safest places to live in the United States, according to a new report.
The survey, released Wednesday by the Pew Charitable Trusts, found Hawaii is home to the nation’s fifth-lowest rate of domestic violence-related deaths, and the second-lowndest rate among U.S. states for homicide.
The numbers, which include the number of people who were injured or killed as a result of domestic disputes, were released by the organization because the numbers do not include those killed by police officers.
The report comes as the Trump administration has been trying to push the country to reduce its use of police.
It is considering legislation that would make it a crime to use deadly force in the line of duty.
Pew found that Hawaii was one of only three states that had a murder rate higher than the national average in 2016.
Hawaii had a homicide rate of 5.4 per 100,000 people, while the national rate was 3.8.
In 2017, Hawaii had the lowest rate of homicides in the country of any state.
The state was one the safest states in the nation for people to travel.
In 2015, the rate of all deaths at home from violent crimes was 9.6 per 100.000 people.
That was the lowest in the 10 safest states, according the Pew study.
Hawaiian law enforcement was among the safest in the U.K. and the U and the lowest for all violent crimes.
It had the third-lowhest rate of violent crime arrests and the third lowest incarceration rate.
Perez, the Hawaii senator who introduced the bill, said in a statement, “I am pleased to see the U, in my view, is heading in the right direction with regards to domestic violence.
The United States and other nations should be moving in the same direction as Hawaii and other states.”