Recently, the frequency of disaster and accidents has been rapidly rising and the public awareness and needs have also been increasing. The Ministry of Public Safety and Security in Korea publishes the regional safety index every year, reporting the evaluation results of traffic, crime, suicide, infectious disease, fire, safety accidents, and natural disasters. This research analyzes the current safety index of the Ulju region in those categories and suggests the strategies for improvement. We first analyzed core indicators and spatial information based on statistical data, and then selected vulnerable crime locations (Onsan-Eup, Duk-Shin Park) through both interviews with related organizations and GeoPros, the map of crime analysis and prediction. We also conducted the field inspection that evaluates vulnerability of the park areas with regards to lighting, usage, layout and appearance. The evaluation suggests the needs of infrastructure projects improving overall indoor facilities of the park, along with safety culture activities.