SEATTLE PUBLIC SAFETY SURVEY: Now ready for your replies

Do we have enough police officers? What do you think of the police force? Have you been a victim of crime? Are people in your neighborhood likely to intervene if they see potential criminal activity? Those are the types of questions you’ll be asked when you reply to this year’s Seattle Public Safety Survey. It’s now open and available online in 11 languages. It’s managed by Seattle University, which continues to have graduate students interning as research analysts in SPD precincts. This is the third year for the citywide survey – you can see last year’s results here.

P.S. If you don’t have time to take the survey now, you can use the “Share This” link below to e-mail yourself (or anyone else!) the link to this story.

2 Replies to "SEATTLE PUBLIC SAFETY SURVEY: Now ready for your replies"

  • Mark October 16, 2017 (12:40 pm)

    Public safety would be improved with an aggressive policy to arrest and jail anyone and all who assault another person.  There is zero excuse to tolerate this.  

  • BJG October 16, 2017 (4:28 pm)

    Took the survey and tried to keep responses solely to the SPD as the questions are posed. Still found that how cases are handled after arrests kept testing my tendency to slide the pointer lower. Still I tried to fairly rate. We get pretty good service in our part of WS where we get our share of street disturbances and theft of all kinds.

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