Suffolk Police seeks citizens’ survey input

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – The Suffolk Police Department is asking the public to provide them information in a survey regarding local crime and citizens’ opinions on living in an ideal environment.

The 36-question survey asks questions like, When walking around my neighborhood alone, I feel; When I am not at home, I am confident that my neighbors look out for my home, In my community, I would support a Neighborhood Watch Program; Amongst other detailed crime-related questions.

The survey can be found here.

Citizens without internet access can stop by Suffolk Police Headquarters at 111 Henley Place, or Precinct 2, located at 3903 Bridge Road to complete the survey.

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