Tell the mayor what you think of the Seattle Police Department and Public Safety in your neighborhood! The McGinn administration has partnered with the Evans School to facilitate the survey in direct response to the recent challenges with the relationship between neighborhoods and the Seattle police. Here's your chance to be heard, follow the link below to tell the mayor your public safety concerns. http://www.seattle.gov/publicsafetysurvey/
The City of Seattle is conducting a public opinion survey among Seattle residents aged 18 and over concerning their views of public safety and the Seattle Police Department. We are only asking for your opinion on the Seattle Police Department, not other police agencies such as the Washington State Patrol. This study is being conducted by graduate students at the Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington on behalf of the Mayor's Office. Your answers will help police and city officials provide effective and responsive police services. No identifying information will be collected and you may choose to skip any questions you do not want to answer or do not know the answer to. The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.