Trust and Safety Survey Questions

Trust and Safety Survey Questions

  1. How safe do you feel in your neighborhood?
  2. Have you ever been a victim of a crime in your neighborhood?
  3. How satisfied are you with the police department’s response to your safety concerns?
  4. Do you feel comfortable reporting crimes to the police department?
  5. Have you ever witnessed a crime in your neighborhood? If so, did you report it to the police department?
  6. How often do you see police officers patrolling your neighborhood?
  7. Do you trust the police department to protect and serve all members of the community equally?
  8. Have you ever felt discriminated against by the police department? If so, can you provide an example?
  9. How do you think the police department can improve their relationship with the community?
  10. Have you ever participated in any community policing programs or initiatives? If so, did you find them helpful?
  11. Do you think the police department does a good job of informing the community about safety concerns?
  12. Have you ever attended a neighborhood watch meeting or other community safety event hosted by the police department?
  13. How important do you think community involvement is in maintaining neighborhood safety?
  14. Do you think the police department should have more or fewer resources allocated towards community policing programs?
  15. Is there anything else you would like to share about your experiences with trust and safety in your community?
  16. How familiar are you with the police department’s policies and procedures on use of force?
  17. Have you ever had a negative encounter with a police officer? If so, can you describe the circumstances?
  18. How well do you think the police department responds to incidents of domestic violence?
  19. Do you believe that the police department is transparent in its investigations of police misconduct?
  20. Have you ever had any interactions with community liaisons or police officers who work with specific groups, such as youth or seniors?
  21. How important do you believe it is for police officers to live in the communities they serve?
  22. How effective do you believe the police department is in preventing crime, as opposed to responding to it after it happens?
  23. Have you ever seen or experienced any examples of racial profiling or biased policing?
  24. How comfortable are you with the police department’s use of surveillance technology, such as body cameras or license plate readers?
  25. Do you believe that the police department should be responsible for responding to mental health crises, or should that be the responsibility of a separate agency?
  26. How satisfied are you with the police department’s response to hate crimes in your community?
  27. Have you ever participated in any police-led community events or programs, such as a National Night Out event?
  28. How important do you believe it is for the police department to work with community organizations, such as faith-based groups or non-profits?
  29. Have you ever had any positive interactions with police officers that have improved your trust in the department?
  30. Is there anything else you think the police department could do to build trust and improve safety in your community?

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