Seattle Public Safety Survey runs through Nov. 30
The City of Seattle is seeking feedback from people working or living in Seattle in its annual Seattle Public Safety Survey.
The survey is conducted independently by Seattle University researchers, and asks a series of questions to determine safety and security concerns in Seattle. The results of the survey will be reported to the Seattle Police Department and “be used in conjunction with crime data to direct Seattle police resources and services to target unique needs of Seattle’s micro-communities,” according to the City of Seattle.
The survey is open to people 18 years of age or older who live and/or work in the city of Seattle. It runs through Nov. 30 and all responses are confidential. It is available in 11 languages and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Learn more at publicsafetysurvey.org.