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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Saugeen Shores Police Want Community Feedback

Saugeen Shores | by Megan Johnson  

The 19 question survey has a completion deadline of February 14, 2020

Saugeen Shores Police are looking for public feedback in the form of an 19 question online Community Satisfaction Survey.

Sergeant Andy Evens says "allows us to explore the ways in which Saugeen Shores community members experience contact with and view the efforts of the Police Service."

The Saugeen Shores Police Service will use the information from this online survey will be made into a report for strategic planning in the 2020 Saugeen Shores Police Business Plan.

Questions that will be asked include: what challenges and issues within the community would you like to see the Saugeen Shores Police Service focus and take action on?

As well as, how safe one feels and how one feels about the current police presence?

Police hope the survey will help them do a better job. 

"Research has shown that people who have a high level of confidence in the police are more likely to report victimization, come forward with information to assist cases and cooperate with the police."

The Survey can be found here. Police say hard-copies can be mailed if requested.

The deadline to compete the Survey is Febuary 14, 2020.

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