Dedham Police Department Conducting Community Survey
Editor's note: The following information is from the Dedham Police Department.
Thanks to the assistance of the media the department has received numerous responses to the community survey related to police services. If you have already completed the survey thank you for your participation your input is greatly valued by the department. If you have not had the opportunity as of yet to fill out the survey please take a few moments out of your busy day and complete one. As a reminder the survey will only be available until March 17, 2013. Please refer to the information below for further details.
The Dedham Police Department is conducting a community survey related to police services. This survey is being conducted in order to gain community insight related to customer service, crime related perceptions, community concerns and desired police services. Responses to this survey will be anonymous
All residents, business owners and visitors to Dedham are invited to complete this survey. It is important for the Police Department to communicate with members of the community and to be aware of concerns that members of the community have.
The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
By completing this survey, you will provide the Police Department with information that can be used to guide future programs and activities of the Police Department. Further, information related to individual neighborhood concerns can be identified so that the proper resources may be dedicated to the proper areas of Town. The results of this survey can be used as a catalyst for continued improvement.
This survey will be available on-line at www.dedhampolice.org. The direct link is: http://www.surveymethods.com/EndUser.aspx?9BBFD3CA99DDC9C89B. A printable version of the survey will also be available at www.dedhampolice.org and may be filled out and returned to the Dedham Police Department, 600 High Street, Dedham, MA 02026, Attn: Chief d’Entremont. The survey will be available for members of the community until March 17, 2013.
Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated.