Community survey to gauge resident satisfaction with Lacombe Police Service

Survey results will be analysed and reviewed by the Lacombe Police Commission

The Lacombe Police Commission’s 2019 Community Survey, on till June 30, 2019, seeks to obtain feedback on resident satisfaction of and trust in the Lacombe Police Service.

Residents can complete the survey online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/76KQVHC.

“The survey was developed in consultation with the community and with guidance and direction from the Lacombe Police Commission,” said Police Chief Lorne Blumhagen. “Resident input through this survey will help us develop plans and meet our goal of keeping Lacombe a safe, vibrant and evolving community for our citizens to live, work and play.”

“The Commission is an essential link between the community and the police, with a mandate to balance requirements of public accountability with those of police independence,” said Lacombe Police Commission Chair Bob Huff. “The results from this survey will provide us with data to better meet the requirements of the community in our strategic planning, and to meet the Commission’s mandate.“

The survey results will be analysed and reviewed by the Lacombe Police Commission at their regular meeting in fall 2019, and shared with the public.

-Submitted by the City of Lacombe

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