Thunder Bay Police Seek Public Input in Citizen Satisfaction Survey

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THUNDER BAY  – LIVING – The Thunder Bay Police Service has launched the 2018 Citizen Satisfaction Survey. Police are looking to gather information from the public on how they are perceived in the community.

The 2018 Citizen Satisfaction Survey has been designed to provide the citizens we serve with an opportunity to let us know how we’re doing. The survey will also measure trust in policing. The survey was developed by Dr. Leisa Desmoulins, Assistant Professor, Department of Aboriginal Education on behalf of the Thunder Bay Police Service.

This new survey builds upon previous surveys conducted by the Thunder Bay Police Service. Once the survey process is completed, the data will be analyzed by a research team at the university.

In addition to going online, researchers with Lakehead University will also be going door-to-door to conduct surveys. Participants to both the online and door to door surveys remain anonymous and responses are confidential.

The online survey is available through a link on the front page of the TBPS website and Facebook page.

Citizens can participate online at

This survey will be conducted from December 5 to 19, 2018. The results will be analyzed and reviewed in early 2019.

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